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I have 8 Kawasaki 21.6v cordless drills Model 691220 they all have burned out power switch was there a recall on these switches and where do I find them

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  • Lance John Jul 30, 2012

    I have 2 drills and both have problem with the power switch. Also all batteries are dead, where do I get replacement parts?

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    facebook651 Sep 12, 2012

    HI, I do have one. The switch burn down but got a replacement switch ($15) from the US importer (Alltrade tools LLC). Call 1-800-590-3723

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Are you sure the model of the drill is 691220? That would appear to be the model of the charger base. I know of no recall on the switches but I need the correct model # to be sure. There was a recall on the charger base for certain drills. http://www.consumeraffairs.com/recalls04/2007/alltrade.html

Posted on Jul 14, 2010

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  • pcaranci Jul 14, 2010

    Hi thanks for your quick reply tomorrow when I go back to the shop I will verify that number but one thing is certain the switches are all burned out I took one apart and where the main contact makes contact it has melted the plastic right trough, basically there is a hole burned right trough on 5 out of the 8 who carries parts for kawasaki in Canada or USA I will get back to you tomorrow with the Model #

    Thanks Mike

  • pcaranci Jul 15, 2010

    Hi Clay I verified the model # 0n this drill and it is 3076022 tell me where I can get the swiches for them and weather there is a recall there should be when 8 out the dozen that we bought all have the same problem Any help would be greatly appreciated

    Mike

  • NOT ME Jul 16, 2010

    Sorry I have looked and looked and can find no parts for this drill. There also is no recall on the power switch that I can find.

  • Joyce Heathco-Tatsch
    Joyce Heathco-Tatsch Aug 31, 2012

    I have the same drill, whick I loved. Model of the drill is 691220. It was working great and right in the middle of putting in a screwwed it just quit. It is possible that it is also the switch. I would love to fix it instead of buying a new drill.Please help. Everything else works, the light comes on the batteries are good. Twice when I pulled the switch it worked for about 10 second and quit again. s

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    dwalters5 Nov 02, 2012

    I bought a pair of them and one has no serial # and when i put battery in it run one way and you could shut off then i open it and the switch is burnt through,after taken it apart and puting it back together it run 2secs and quit ,they are china junk, im calling to see why there isnt a recall on them because this is unsafe if i were you i would do the same call service Don Walters

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    dwalters5 Nov 02, 2012

    I bought a pair at a thrift store only one charger and when i got it home the one was locked in one direction and wondnt stop untill i took out the battery took it apart and found the trigger was burned through, so i will call the 1800 590 3723 o yes same model#691220 but in the case it came in it is model 840972

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