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Cordless drill trigger is stuck do i need a new strich

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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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Yes - go to www dot eurtonelectric dot com - they have a pdf file download for replacement switches

Posted on Aug 21, 2007

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