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Cord Protector
Fix Number FIX10169655
Manufacturer Part Number 330005-01
This is a cord protector, but it is also called a strain relief, and it is used with multiple power tools. This part is made of firm rubber to protect the cords from being pulled out or exposed, which would be a safety hazard. Over time the strain relief can develop cracks and break into pieces. This part is black and 4 inches long. The smallest end has a diameter of 0.5 inches. When completing this repair tuck in all wires to avoid pinching.
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John from Hancock, MI
Did not come with grinding disc guard
While unit was unplugged I screwed clamp of guard around grinder. Read more...
$15.58
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Power Cord
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Fix Number FIX10169875
Manufacturer Part Number 330072-98
This 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.
Installation Instructions
John from Hancock, MI
Did not come with grinding disc guard
While unit was unplugged I screwed clamp of guard around grinder. Read more...
$4.21
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Carbon Brush (Sold Individually)
Fix Number FIX10167153
Manufacturer Part Number 176846-04
This is a single OEM carbon brush. Two are needed to make a set, so if you require two, order accordingly. Carbon brushes are used to conduct electricity to the armature through its commutator. Brushes are a common wear part that will need to be replaced periodically due to consistent rubbing against the rotating commutator. Worn brushes can cause sparks around the commutator, which can also cause damage to the armature, which should also be inspected. If your electric motor is experiencing issues, the brushes should be one of the first things you check.
$13.22
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Ball Bearing (608D)
Fix Number FIX10169608
Manufacturer Part Number 330003-04
This ball bearing fits various gardening and lawn tools such as, electric drills, hammers, saws, and sander polishers. Ball bearings are used to reduce friction between rotating parts. This happens when the ball bearings take the load and spin to distribute the weight evenly without causing friction. The ball bearing function can reduce wearing and allows your tool to run smoothly. Replacing this part regularly is important for the function of your tool. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for further installation instructions and guidance.
$8.42
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Brush Box (Sold Individually)
Fix Number FIX10180814
Manufacturer Part Number 603754-01
The brush box assembly is used on a variety of cordless tools and appliances. This assembly includes a carbon brush, spring and holder. Carbon brushes are commonly replaced because they wear out easily with friction. If your brush is worn out it disrupt the function of the motor and reduce electric braking. Tip: to check if the brush is worn out, inspect the wire lead for cracks, burns and other damage. Replacing the brush can restore the motor and its functions. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for further installation instructions. *Please note: This part is sold individually.
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Belt Hook
Fix Number FIX10189049
Manufacturer Part Number N268241
This OEM belt hook makes it possible for drills and drill drivers to attach to a regular belt or tool belt. It attaches to the bottom of the handle assembly and makes it convenient to access your tool when it is not in use. This part includes the belt hook and screw needed to attach it.
$6.55
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Brush (2 Required)
Fix Number FIX10116574
Manufacturer Part Number N119739
This part includes one carbon brush with a wire lead and brush spring attached. If the motor of your tool is running poorly, a common cause of this is a worn carbon brush. Carbon brushes should be inspected regularly because they are prone to wear due to friction. If you notice burning or smoke during the use of the tool, it is important to check not only the brushes, but the armature as well.
$16.55
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Charger
Fix Number FIX12004687
Manufacturer Part Number 90592363-01
This is an OEM 18v NiCad battery charger used in various model types, such as drills, chainsaws, hedge trimmers, etc. This part includes the charger only. When the battery is placed in the charger, a red-light indicator will come on, telling you there is a connection between the battery and charger. This light remains on while it is connected to a power source. It will not turn off, flash, or change color once the charge is complete.
$34.28
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Keyless Chuck
Fix Number FIX10188921
Manufacturer Part Number N196034
$2.99
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Strain Reliever
Fix Number FIX10113583
Manufacturer Part Number 901266
This is a strain reliever for your power tools. It found at the meeting place between your cord, and the outer tool housing. The relief is an important part for your power tool because it protects your cord from tearing and breaking due to constant pressure. Keep your relief in good condition because it will extend the life of the cord, and the machine overall.
Installation Instructions
Jeff from WISC RAPIDS, WI
Strain reliever broken at base of saw. Core frayed.
1. Unplug saw. 2.Examine and determine which parts need to be removed to gain access to switch. 3.Remove screws one at a time and placed in dish keeping track of size and length of where removed from handle. 4. Slowly pull handle apart exposing switch and wires. 5. Remove screws holding black and white wires keeping track of which wire goes where. 6. Thread new power cord the same way the old one was positioned though the handle and reassemble. Read more...

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