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I need a switch for my 3/8 Milwaukee right angle reversing drill . Do you know where I can purchase one? Thanks

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Check with the manufacturer for this switch ... or any of the several advertisers here at FixYa.com ... or there is probably a electric supply in your town ... have them order one for you. Here is the manufacturer: http://www.milwaukeetool.com/parts-service/find-service-center

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