Model #315114420 CRAFTSMAN Drill Driver

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Q:

Brushes for motor 315114420 Craftsman Drill-driver

A:

Thank you for the inquiry and for using SearsPartsDirect.com. 

I have pulled up the model for the 16.8V Craftsman Drill, however, I do not see that the motor brushes are available as a single part available for purchase. Typically on small motors such as drills, the brushes are not sold individually. They are usually offered on larger power tools like drill presses or band saws. Without having the brush being broken down or offered, I wouldn't know which one would work as a replacement. 

If you open the unit up and pull the brushes, you can go onto our parts website SearsPartsDirect.com or Sears.com and see if you can match them up. That would be the best thing I could recommend in regards to the brush replacement. If it doesn't seem that will work, you can purchase the motor assembly.

For convenience purposes, I have included a blue link below that you may click on to be directed to the PartsDirect page to purchase the motor if needed.

Motor for Model 315114420

If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
September 16, 2013
Q:

Craftsman 16.8 VOLT Cordless DRILL-DRIVER Model 315.114420

A:

While your waiting on an expert answer, you can visit the Sears Parts Direct website and purchase a new battery online. I attached the link below, I hope this helps!!!!! http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Craftsman-Parts/Drill-Parts/Model-315114420/0247/0713065?pathTaken=

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Raquel F -
November 08, 2010
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More than likely the batteries are the problem. I have seen very few of the chargers go bad. I have an 18 volt unit that I don't use all that often and one battery runs down pretty quick and the other won't really take enough of a charge to notice. I used my charger on my neighbors unit and it charges his just fine. My experience has been that if you don't use the drill pretty often to where the batteries need to be charged that they will weaken to a point where they will not recover.

Given the price of a new battery pack, you may be money ahead to just replace the whole drill with a new unit. If you're interested in buying the battery or searching around for a good replacement, the part number is 11370. You can order it from us HERE .

If you search the internet for ways to bring back batteries, there are lots of theories out there. Some of them seem to have good science behind them. I've never bothered to try any of those methods. But it certainly wouldn't hurt to try as the battery is of no use to you in its current state.

As far as the store taking one back on a trade or something, I cannot say. That would depend on the store and the manager.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
November 08, 2010
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Thank you, Wade B. and Raqel F. I have come to the same conclusions. I visited a Sears Store. With the same results. Unless you have an "Extended Warranty", thereis no return or replacement on a seven (7) year old Drill/Driver Set. Two (2) answers: replace the batteries at a cost nearly $60 per battery, plus shipment. If they are shipped to the store - you still pay the cost of shipping. ANSWER: Research and purchase a new set with two (2) batteries. Make sure thr batteires are Ni-Cad Ion, which are much more resilient and longer lasting. Certain manufactured models MAY be interchangeable. I am not considering Hitachi or DeWalt.

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Lint1947 -
November 09, 2010
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P-L-E-A-S-E.....label the set and donate the the unusable set to a charity or proper disposal - NOT a land fill!

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Lint1947 -
November 09, 2010
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