Model #32061189 CRAFTSMAN Drill Driver

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Q:

I have a Nextex Impact Driver Model #320.61189 and I had a question about part #4890532001 Pcb Assembly. What is the importance of this part?

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Joseph P. -
August 29, 2011
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Thank you for your question on the Nextex Impact tool.

This pcb board is part of the reversing switch on the tool.

It is very important for the tool to operate as intended.

Is there a problem with the tool not working?

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 31, 2011
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Still having trouble with 12 Volt Impact driver model-320.61189

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James -
March 26, 2011
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I am repeating???I lost last message. But my Drill is---Craftsman--Nextec--12 Volt Cordless--1/4 in.-Impact driver...Model-320-61189--ant it acts like --it stops and needs recharging, but the charger light says it is charged.I discharge the battery put it in my Charger--light shows its charging--put it in my drill aand shortly sfter it stops, like it needs recharging....Putting a meter on the battery after it is charged, it reads 8Volts DC.

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tomthomas -
March 27, 2011
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If the batteries started not being fully charged at the same time, I agree the problem is probably the charger. The description of the problem sounds more like a battery problem.

Your batteries are Lithium and they don't develop a memory from short charging. If you leave them in the charger until the red led goes off and the green led is on, the battery should be fully charged.

You can't read the voltage output of the charger unless a battery is in the charger. Without a load, the charger won't put out the full charging voltage.

This makes it hard to know for sure if the problem is the charger or the batteries.

If the charger leds are working correctly, I would buy a battery. It is better to have 3 batteries than 2 chargers.

If your drill is less than 1 year old, it is covered by warranty. You should take it to a Sears service center or contact the retail store about a replacement.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
March 28, 2011
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