Model #31511260 CRAFTSMAN Drill-Misc Craftsman

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My Cherished Cordless Drill Model No 315111260

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Jackie S -
June 19, 2011
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Thank you very much Jackie S you are very kind. I guess us old geezers can get fiesty sometime when thing become outrageously complex for such an easy replacement part. Yes my drill might be an oldie but goldie but it has server me so well that I just hate to part with it. It still works so well but the charger just peetered out on me for some unknown reason. So, anyone who can help an old geezer out would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again. :)

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ScorpioRich50 -
June 19, 2011
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Thank you for your question.

I can understand your frustration on finding the correct charger and battery replacements.

For the 315.111260 drill driver the part number for the charger is: 9-11021 and the battery is as slide in with a part number:9-11119.

It looks like they used the model number over again and the 1987 model drill driver has a wall plug type charger. The battery is internal on this old model and not replaceable and the charger part number 9-11081 is no longer available.

The part number of 999555-004 is for a 315.11134 drill driver and it has a replaceable battery pack part number 967156-001 and you have to spilt the case and un-solder the wires and solder in the new battery pack on this one. This 999555-004 charger is no longer available.

I hope I got all that straight.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
June 21, 2011
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Thank you Sam A for your expert answer. Well looks like I will be parting with my precious 315.11260 drill that I have enjoyed for many years. I am not an electronic technician to open this drill up, unsolder the old battery and resolder the new one in. It is just SO FREAKIN horrendous that last Sunday I was on the phone with the parts replacement office and they are now sending me a replacement battery 9-11119, so I presume they will be AGAIN giving me a credit for something that REALLY does not work for me. Unless of course I misunsderstood you information wrt 9-11119 above. Boy it is tough to get old....ya know... Thanks again Sam

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ScorpioRich50 -
June 21, 2011
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If you can see my picture, I do understand about getting old and trying to write coherent sentences. Good luck with the soldering of the battery. My question is how are your going to charge the battery if the charger is not longer available. Did you find a substitute? I got thinking that if you take it to a Radio Shack you might be able to match the terminal and + and - connections and the voltage so you can continue being able to use it. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
June 21, 2011
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Richard - I hope this message doesn't get to you late. I too have a Craftsman 315.111.260 cordless drill. The drill itself i think has died - but I think the charger 999555-004 still works. If your interested in it - I could sell it to cheap. We could do on Ebay, for protection of both of us. Let me know what you think. Thanks

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vern -
November 23, 2011
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Hello Vern - I was having some issues loggin into this site yesterday and updating my profile, etc. I would like to thank you very much for your generous offer and utmost consideration for your cordless charger. I am not a big ebay user but I do have an account and do have paypal as well. So, please let me know about how much you are talkin about selling you charger for and then we can see if it will be worth my while to connect up with you to perform that transaction. Much thanks again for you offer, Vern

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ScorpioRich50 -
November 25, 2011
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