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Fell apart!! I tried cleaning up my drill beacuse is wasnt working. I took it apart droped the section with the gears on the floor and everything went flying! I think i found everything and now i need to put it togeather!! HELP PLEASE!!!

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The transmission comes in assy. all u can do is to match the gear & test every small installed. if it's dw997 see www.erplacementparts.com for your guide how to re-assemble.
if dw988 trans diagram see similarity on how to put it back.

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