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Where can i get a new trigger switch for a kawasaki 19.2v cordless drill?

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I have a trigger out of a new drill. My motor went out. Do you want to purchase the switch? deansbarn@hotmail.com

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No problem, just call 1-800-423-3598, give them your model number and they can providew you with a replacement as it's covered by warranty. I handlke the web site for Alltradxe Tools LLc and they'll take good care of you.

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It is possible that you overloaded it in high range and maybe stalled it out. Usually when the motor burns it is from overloading/overheating. If this is a newer tool I would try and take it back for warranty repair and not say anything about the smell. Its worth a try, some of the motors for the cordless tools are around 50-60 dollars

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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Hi Tim, Sounds like you got it figured out! The only question I see is if there is a quick fix, and it looks like you answered your own question. You can certainly pursue requesting that it be fixed as a manufacturing defect/ faulty part, or even a safety hazard as that is your right. While I can not suggest you take that route, the old metaphor of the sparking trigger that melted in my hand always seemed to get a lot of attention. Good Luck to you, hope this Fixsya!

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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Re: Burned trigger switch: call the number on the drill (800.590.3723) and tell them what happened. They will offer to send you a new switch or have you send the drill in for replacement of the switch--although the person I talked with said they would probably just replace the whole drill.

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your trigger switch is going bad

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I will go one further, they had a recall of their batteries which could have led to your problem back in 2007 and the chargers on some of them also. I would again call the number and give them the date codes from both and then try again at getting it replaced. Their are a lot of posts online for this to be a simple occurence, The battery could have shorted internally causing the switch to melt and there would be a potential for user injury also. Let me know if you find anything out and if you have there web address I would be interested.

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Hi Tim, Sounds like you got it figured out! The only question I see is if there is a quick fix, and it looks like you answered your own question. You can certainly pursue requesting that it be fixed as a manufacturing defect/ faulty part, or even a safety hazard as that is your right. While I can not suggest you take that route, the old metaphor of the sparking trigger that melted in my hand always seemed to get a lot of attention. Good Luck to you, hope this Fixsya!

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