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Have seen this once before on a DeWalt. Chances are the tool fell and upon impact something jammed the switch. Kawasaki Power Tools are manufactured by Alltrade Tools, you can contact them to get this drill serviced. http://www.alltradetools.com/index.php/product-support/parts-and-service/

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