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crwdns2893794:0crwdne2893794:0 jayeff ,

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Hi,
Have you checked the switch is OK using a meter?
Here’s the [link|https://documents.milwaukeetool.com/54-24-5383.pdf|service parts list] for the drill.
-it shows the wiring coming into the switch and where it goes to the brushes.
+It has a wiring diagram that shows the wiring coming into the switch and then where it goes to the brushes.
-You said that there is 120V AC on both sides of the brushes, so for current to flow there needs to be a return path. You have the voltage at the brushes, check if the neutral return leg is OK. Looking at the wiring there is a black and white wire coming into the drill and connecting to the switch. Usually black is the neutral so presumably the white will be the active.
+You said that there is 120V AC on both sides of the brushes, so for current to flow there needs to be a return path. You have the AC voltage at the brushes, check if the neutral return leg is OK. Looking at the wiring there is a black and white wire coming into the drill and connecting to the switch. Usually black is the neutral so presumably the white will be the active.

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crwdns2893796:0crwdne2893796:0 jayeff ,

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Hi,
Have you checked the switch is OK using a meter?
-Here’s the [https://documents.milwaukeetool.com/54-24-5383.pdf|service parts list] for the drill.
+Here’s the [link|https://documents.milwaukeetool.com/54-24-5383.pdf|service parts list] for the drill.
-it shows the wiring coming into the switch and where it goes to the brushes. You said that ther4e is 120V AC on both sides of the brushes, maybe check if the armature windings are OK.
+it shows the wiring coming into the switch and where it goes to the brushes.
-If they are OK then for current to flow there needs to be a return path. You have the voltage at the brushes, check if the neutral return leg is OK. Looking at the wiring there is a black and white wire coming into the drill and connecting to the switch. usually black is the neutral so presumably the white will be the active.
+You said that there is 120V AC on both sides of the brushes, so for current to flow there needs to be a return path. You have the voltage at the brushes, check if the neutral return leg is OK. Looking at the wiring there is a black and white wire coming into the drill and connecting to the switch. Usually black is the neutral so presumably the white will be the active.

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crwdns2893792:0crwdne2893792:0 jayeff ,

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Hi,

Have you checked the switch is OK using a meter?

Here’s the [https://documents.milwaukeetool.com/54-24-5383.pdf|service parts list] for the drill.

it shows the wiring coming into the switch and where it goes to the brushes. You said that ther4e is 120V AC on both sides of the brushes, maybe check if the armature windings are OK.

If they are OK then for current to flow there needs to be a return path. You have the voltage at the brushes, check if the neutral return leg is OK. Looking at the wiring there is a black and white wire coming into the drill and connecting to the switch. usually black is the neutral so presumably the white will be the active.

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