Where’s my Screwdriver Model Number?
When you need parts for your electric screwdriver, the best place to start is with the model number. This will prevent you from getting incompatible parts when you order. If you still have your screwdriver owner’s manual, you can find the model number there. Otherwise you may have to search a bit on your tool.
The first place you should check is on the nameplate. Many manufacturers will include the model number there, especially on smaller tools. If you don’t see the model number there, check on the reverse side for a sticker or metal plate with the information you need.
Once you’ve located the model number, just enter it into the search box above to bring up the list of parts specific to your tool. Still having trouble? Just give us a call and we’ll happily help you find the information you need.
The Repair Resources You Need
So you’ve received the new parts you need to repair your screwdriver, but you aren’t really sure what to do next? You don’t have to fumble through your repair, making mistakes that cost you time along the way. That’s because at eReplacementParts.com, we do more than help you find the right parts for your fixes.
You can visit our Repair Center where we have hundreds of articles that will guide you through every step of your repair. If you don’t find a solution to your problem there, visit our forums, where a community of experts gathers to discuss DIY culture, help each other with repairs, and share tips and tricks that will make every fix a cinch.
Screwdriver Spare Parts Shipped Fast
We know you count on your screwdriver for a lot of quick repairs around your house. So we can understand just how frustrating it is when it breaks. But you don’t have to go out and buy an expensive replacement or wait weeks for a repair shop to get the job done.
That’s because we ship all our in-stock parts within one business day. That means most people can have the parts they need in under a week! So you can spend less time waiting to hang pictures or repair your car, and more time working on the projects you need that screwdriver for.
We can also arrange for special orders. So if you don’t see the screwdriver part you need on our site, just give us a call and we’ll do everything we can to get you the part you need.
A Long History of Driving
The first known screwdrivers existed in Europe during the middle ages. They were most likely invented in Germany or France. The original use was to secure lathes, breastplates, helmets, and other, mostly war-oriented pieces of equipment.
Since then we’ve seen many advancements, including the use of electric power to give screwdrivers that extra oomph that helps so much when you need that extra power to drive fasteners.