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I have a Makita modle # 60930 driver drill that stopped working. Battery OK. took apart and switch worked. Tried to put back but a couple parts fell out. Need to know where they go. Ome is a small black washer (nylon?) and the other is a sall piece of metal about 3/4inch x 1/8th with a hump in middle. Need schematics please. Thanks, Joe Martin

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When you have it open, check carbon brushes. This schema might help you (even if it's not the same model)

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