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Carbon Brush
Fix Number FIX10116513
Manufacturer Part Number N031652
This brush is a genuine Porter-Cable replacement part, not generic. As pictured, this brush is ready to install and includes carbon brush, wire lead, and spring. This item is sold individually. Over time, brushes will wear down and eventually require replacement. This brush will fit the models listed in the 'Compatibility' section below. It is not guaranteed to fit any other power tool models. • Worn brushes are often the cause of a poorly running motor • Replacing brushes can fix an intermittent motor • New brushes can restore a motor’s electric braking Carbon motor brushes are one of the most commonly replaced power tool components. Because carbon brushes are wear items, meaning that through friction and use they will gradually wear away, they will eventually require replacement. Worn brushes are common causes of intermittent motor function, reduced electric braking, and reduced motor power. A worn out brush will often be worn down near the wire lead and may be cracked, pitted, or burned. When replacing carbon brushes, be sure to also inspect your armature for burns, cracks, or other damage which indicates a larger motor problem.
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Router Motor Brush
Fix Number FIX10116510
Manufacturer Part Number N031634
This motor brush is for routers. The motor brush transfers electric current to the spinning armature in the motor. Unplug the router before installing this part.
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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
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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Brush Cap
Fix Number FIX10109745
Manufacturer Part Number 803483
This is a brush cap for your power tools. It holds the brush inside the tool. It has external threads that lead into the housing of the tool. When removing this part be gentle because too much pressure can make them crack. This part is made of plastic, and is sold individually. To remove the brush cap you should use a flat head screw driver.
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Wrench Open End 1 1/8"
Fix Number FIX10115468
Manufacturer Part Number A22709
This is an open end wrench for a router, sold individually. This genuinely sourced part is approximately 1-1/8-inches in dimension. It is usually replaced because the original has been misplaced. Two wrenches are needed, one to hold the collet nut, and one to hold the collet chuck.
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Clamp Knob
Fix Number FIX10110668
Manufacturer Part Number 874582
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Fix Number FIX11874019
Manufacturer Part Number 330003-05
This part includes a single bearing, and it is compatible with a variety of brands and model-types. This ball bearing has a metal shielding on both sides and is an OEM quality part. Ball bearings are used in power tools to lessen the amount of friction caused with the rotation of components. This limits the amount of stress put on the tool and allows it to run efficiently. Bearings are a common wear part due to the consistent pressure, heat, vibration, and friction. This bearing (and all bearings) require regular inspection and replacement.
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Brush and Lead
Fix Number FIX10172059
Manufacturer Part Number 398139-01
This is a single carbon brush with lead and rubber sheath attached. If your motor is running poorly, intermittently, or the electric braking has failed, these are all signs of worn brushes. For this repair, you will need to remove the motor cap, pull the brush springs away from the brush, and pull the brushes away from the commutator. Use a pair of needle nose pliers to disconnect the wire lead connector from the holder.
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On/Off Switch- 120V
Fix Number FIX10115476
Manufacturer Part Number A22756
This part is a 120V rocker type OEM switch with two terminals, sold individually. It has a compact design, which makes the installation process much easier. The switch controls the on and off function as well as the variable speed. It usually becomes apparent that the switch is malfunctioning if the tool will not turn on, works intermittently, or the variable speed or electric braking are not working. Switch replacements are common on power tools, especially after years of use. If you suspect a faulty switch, test it with a multimeter. Installation and removal of this part may vary depending on the model. For most routers you will need to remove the motor cap from the motor, and then the wires from the switch to remove it.
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Fix Number FIX10109847
Manufacturer Part Number 823374


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