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Carbon Brush (Sold Individually)
Fix Number FIX10122113
Manufacturer Part Number 22-16-0275This is a carbon brush, it is also known as a motor brush, and it is used with various power tools and equipment. The brush transfers electric currents to the motor. Your motor brush is an extremely common replacement part. It is considered a wear part, because the constant friction will wear it down. If you are experiencing a poor running motor, you will need to replace this part. New brushes will restore your motors electric braking. We recommend also inspecting your armature for damaging cracks or burns, this can indicate a larger problem in your motor that will require attention.
Carbon Brush Assembly
Fix Number FIX10122192
Manufacturer Part Number 22-18-0680This carbon brush is used on a variety of cordless tools and appliances. *Please note: This part is sold individually. Carbon brushes are commonly replaced because they wear out easily with friction. If your brush is worn out it can cause disruption in the functioning of the motor and reduce electric braking. If you notice cracks, burns and other damage on wire lead, then it is best to replace it to restore the motor and its functions. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for further installation instructions.
Fix Number FIX10134025
Manufacturer Part Number 48-66-3280This is an OEM chuck key and it is sold individually.The chuck key fits into a hole on the side of the chuck. The teeth are what help to hold the adjusting ring. As you rotate the key, the adjusting ring turns to tightly engage with the drill bit. This chuck key tightens jaws that have a 1/2-inch capacity. Over time, the teeth can deteriorate and this can cause the gear to slip. To make it easier to keep track of the chuck key, a chuck key holder can be ordered separately. It attaches to the power cord and the chuck key can be attached to it.
Fix Number FIX10131782
Manufacturer Part Number 44-76-0210This cord protector is created to slide onto your cord and fit tightly at the end to protect the base of the cord from getting damaged. If the wires are exposed it can a be a safety hazard, so make sure to replace your cord protector if damaged. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for further installation instructions.
Fix Number FIX10123375
Manufacturer Part Number 23-52-0160This part includes one brush spring for a power tool. This OEM part is compatible with multiple tool-types. The brush spring is responsible for providing tension on the brush against the armature. It works with the brush and brush retaining screw, which are sold separately and should be checked for deterioration as well. Your tool has two of these springs, however they are sold independently. If the brush spring has lost its springiness, it will require replacement. To access the spring, remove the brush holder cap with a flat blade screwdriver, and then remove the spring.
Brush Assembly (2 Required)
Fix Number FIX10122258
Manufacturer Part Number 22-18-1310This is a single carbon brush, and it is compatible with various types of equipment. Although it is sold individually, it is always recommended to replace both carbon brushes are the same time, even if only one appears worn. Properly maintaining the carbon brushes will ensure your motor runs consistently smooth, protecting the longevity of your equipment. Take this opportunity to also inspect the armature, especially if sparks are present.
Quik-Lok Power Cord Set
Fix Number FIX10134042
Manufacturer Part Number 48-76-4008This Milwaukee Quik-Lok® cord is a genuine OEM replacement part, it is sold individually. This is a three wire grounded 8 foot cord for fast field replacement of a damaged cord. Made of premium grade Hi-Flex wire the cord is quickly removed and attached to Milwaukee tools with the Quik-Lok® cord feature. To change a damaged cord simply turn the collar at the top of the cord counter clockwise to loosen the nut and pull down on the cord to remove. To re-attach a new cord, line up the pins in the end of the tool with the pin receptacles in the end of the cord, push together and turn the collar clockwise to lock in place. The Cord has a 5-15P NEMA type plug.
Brian from ATHENS, AL
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