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Reverse Switch on an old Craftsman 1/2 Drill

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05-22-2020 13:53:59

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Afternoon and happy Friday.

My father was using a Craftsman 1/2 inch Electric Drill (double insulated, reversible, MODEL 315.11490) to put holes in a tractor bucket (don't ask). It caught and tore the handle, and most of the wiring, out of the drill. He was able to salvage everything, but some of the wiring came loose from the Reversing Switch (part # 1-616982-01). Google and Yahoo have been of no help so I turn to you.

The switch has six ports in two rows of three:

1 2 3

4 5 6

2 is white (still connected) and 3 and 6 are still connected. 1, 4, and 5 are disconnected. He has the wires for them, which are red, yellow, and black, but he doesn't know which wire to plug into which port.

So! Which wires (red, yellow, black) go into which port (1, 4, 5)?

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05-29-2020 21:02:24

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 Re: Reverse Switch on an old Craftsman 1/2 Drill in reply to Matchstick, 05-22-2020 13:53:59  
This was exactly what he needed. Drill is fixed and back in service. Thanks so much to everyone who replied.

- Matchstick

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05-23-2020 17:56:56

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 Re: Reverse Switch on an old Craftsman 1/2 Drill in reply to Matchstick, 05-22-2020 13:53:59  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeGo to searspartsdirect on a google search. Put in your model # and if you are lucky you will find a full break down of parts with part # and prices. You can then use the part # to search other vendors if need be.

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05-23-2020 04:54:09

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 Re: Reverse Switch on an old Craftsman 1/2 Drill in reply to Matchstick, 05-22-2020 13:53:59  
I have had some good luck with ereplacement for some small parts on tools.

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05-23-2020 03:18:19

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 Re: Reverse Switch on an old Craftsman 1/2 Drill in reply to Matchstick, 05-22-2020 13:53:59  
Bet if you keep searching you will find a drill diagram with the same switch out there.

I知 not sure what I知 looking fore, but there are dozens of models that show up like this.

I believe the drill was made by ryobi?


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