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Fix Number FIX11929641
Manufacturer Part Number N257540Designed for use with select DeWalt tools, this OEM approved replacement Brush fits a variety of models. To see if this part will fit your tool, please see the "Model Cross Reference List" below. This brush is made out of a durable carbon alloy, has a lead wire attached to it, and its primary purpose is to conduct electrical current from the stationary wires to the moving parts of your tool. Brushes are one of the most commonly replaced power tool parts because carbon brushes are wear items, meaning that through friction and regular use they will gradually wear away until they need replacing. Worn brushes are a common cause of intermittent motor function, reduced electric braking, and reduced motor power. A worn-out brush will often be worn down near to the wire lead and can be cracked, pitted, or burned. Brushes are sold individually, and might also be known as Carbon Brushes or Motor Brushes. It is recommended to replace both brushes, even if only one is worn.
Hex Hole Flange
Fix Number FIX10188627
Manufacturer Part Number N134467
Fix Number FIX10183735
Manufacturer Part Number 650916-01Sold Individually This motor brush is for angle grinders. The motor brush transfers electric current to the spinning armature in the motor. Unplug the angle grinder before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.
Pam from BENBROOK, TX
Worn brushHonestly I Utubed it, cause it was the first time I've done it and wanted to make sure I did it right, super easy. Read more...
Fix Number FIX10336574
Manufacturer Part Number 01468This is a spring for your sander. It is known as a conical spring because it is cone shaped, and coiled. It is comparable to a compression spring because it stores energy by absorbing shock, and then releasing it, to maintain the force between two surfaces. The spring is a part of the muffler assembly in your sander. The muffler assembly reduces the noise coming from your machine. Over time the spring may lose tension and need replacing. If you are replacing your muffler assembly, or similar parts, we also recommend replacing the spring for an even wear.
Fix Number FIX10188358
Manufacturer Part Number N097696
Fix Number FIX10188483
Manufacturer Part Number N115381This is an OEM metal clamp washer for angle grinders. It is located on the spindle shaft and gives support to the grinding wheel. Most of our customers have found this repair very quick and easy. You will need a hex wrench to complete the installation.
Fix Number FIX10336573
Manufacturer Part Number 01464
Fix Number FIX10336527
Manufacturer Part Number 01024
Fix Number FIX10169875
Manufacturer Part Number 330072-98This power cord is used for power tools and some of the following tools: electric drills, reciprocating saws, jig saws, biscuit joiners, and routers. The power cord is made for double insulated tools and is a two-wire cord with two prongs, but it does not need a ground wire. If there are cuts in the cord insulation, intermittent power during operation, or damaged and bent prongs, then replacing the power cord will solve the problem. The tools needed for this repair are a Phillips screwdriver, small screwdriver, wire cutters/strippers, crimping tool, and terminal (ring or spade). Repair tip: During installation, remember that new cord wires must go correctly into wire terminals. Also, to avoid pinching when the tool case is put back into place, remember to route cord and wires in the right path.
John from Hancock, MI
Did not come with grinding disc guardWhile unit was unplugged I screwed clamp of guard around grinder. Read more...
Fix Number FIX10188435
Manufacturer Part Number N110359This authentic ball bearing is sold individually. It can be used in a variety of differently model types, such as miter saws, circular saws, table saws, and angle grinders. This ball bearing is sealed on both sides. Its job is to minimize friction between rotating parts. The armature rotates at a very fast rate, so after years of use, it is normal for the bearings to wear.