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Crafatsman Rotary Tool Single speed - chuck has no power - that is motor will run smoothly - - chuck will turn - but your finger can stop it - it is free wheeling on it's own even while the motor is running - there is no friction what so ever between the chuck and the motor. the chuck holding switch will hold the chuck still. you can turn the chuck by hand - but the cooling fan as seen through the side is not turning

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These are fairly easy to disassemble and get back together, take it apart and find out what got stripped, It might be an easy fix, then again, it might be going back to sears. They will take it back no matter what. Hope this helps.

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Replacement available for $2.57 from
http://www.searspartsdirect.com
Number: 2615294309
Category: Hardware and Tools
Weight: 0.18

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As of 5-18-2010
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