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Rotor and Blade Set
Fix Number FIX10338983
Manufacturer Part Number 57113This is a genuine Dynabrade replacement part designed for use with sanders/buffers. It fits inside the cylinder assembly. This set includes a plastic rotor and a set of five (5) blades. To replace it you will need a screwdriver and pliers.
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 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 FIX10336573
Manufacturer Part Number 01464
Fix Number FIX10338798
Manufacturer Part Number 56052
Fix Number FIX10336578
Manufacturer Part Number 01472
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.
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Muffler Insert (Sold Individually)
Fix Number FIX10338782
Manufacturer Part Number 56027This is a muffler insert for a sander and it is sold as an individual item. It is sourced directly from the original manufacturer. It is located underneath the muffler cap, in the muffler body. The purpose of the muffler insert is to reduce the sound of air coming from the exhaust and to filter out leftover oil inside the tool. If it is clogged, this can slow down the tool significantly, and allow contaminants to make their way to the motor, which can cause further damage. It will become evident that a replacement is required when it has turned black in color.
Fix Number FIX10109745
Manufacturer Part Number 803483This 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.
Brush and Spring
Fix Number FIX10116511
Manufacturer Part Number N031635This part includes one carbon brush with a wire lead and brush spring attached. A poorly running motor is often due to worn brushes, which is why they are such a common repair in power tools. Due to the constant friction they are under, they will wear over time, and will need to be replaced. If upon inspection you notice the carbon brush is burnt or otherwise damaged, you will also want to check the condition of the armature, as this might suggest a larger problem with the motor.