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Brush (Sold Individually) – Part Number: 22-16-0035
$3.99
Brush (Sold Individually)
Fix Number FIX10122103
Manufacturer Part Number 22-16-0035
This is an OEM part sourced directly from Milwaukee. Carbon brushes are used in the chop saw to transfer electricity from outside the motor to the motor?s spinning armature, which is how the motor gets power. Due to the friction they endure these brushes will wear down over time, this is why they are one of the most common parts you?ll need to replace in your chop saw. If your brushes have worn down you will notice the motor is no longer running efficiently, you might experience intermittent motor function, motor might have reduced power, or there could be a reduction in electric breaking. This carbon brush comes with wire lead and brush spring attached, and it is sold individually. When you are replacing a carbon brush be sure to inspect the armature, if there are burns, cracks, or other signs of damage this might indicate a bigger problem with the motor.
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Carbon Brush (Sold Individually) – Part Number: 22-16-0045
$2.99
Carbon Brush (Sold Individually)
Fix Number FIX10122105
Manufacturer Part Number 22-16-0045
This genuine OEM part has been sourced directly from Milwaukee. If you notice the motor in your chop saw in running intermittently, if you are experiencing reduced power, or if there are electric breaking issues you might have a worn out carbon brush. Carbon brushes are used to transfer electricity from outside the motor to the motor?s spinning armature, which is how the motor gets power. Due to the friction they endure these brushes will wear down over time, this is why they are one of the most common parts you?ll need to replace in your power tools. This carbon brush is sold individually, however some motors require two carbon brushes; we recommend you replace both at the same time, even if only one is worn out. To determine how many you need for the motor in your power tool we recommend you refer to model specific diagrams. When you are replacing a carbon brush be sure to inspect the armature of the motor, if there are burns, cracks, or other signs of damage this might indicate a bigger problem with the motor.
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Carbon Brush and Lead (2 Required) – Part Number: 22-18-0126
$10.54
Carbon Brush and Lead (2 Required)
Fix Number FIX10122149
Manufacturer Part Number 22-18-0126
This is an authentic Milwaukee replacement part. The rubber feet on the bottom of your chop saw not only keep the machine stable, they help keep the machine in one place during operation, and they help minimize the vibration. These rubber feet help keep things running safely and efficiently. This part is made out of rubber, over time they will break down and need to be replaced. Each foot is sold individually. Installation is simple and requires no special tools. Before repairing or replacing any part on your chop saw make sure it is unplugged.
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Carbon Brush (2 Required – Part Number: 22-16-0036
$3.99
Carbon Brush (2 Required
Fix Number FIX10122104
Manufacturer Part Number 22-16-0036
This is an authentic Milwaukee replacement part. Carbon brushes are used in the chop saw to transfer electricity from outside the motor to the motor?s spinning armature, which is how the motor gets power. Due to the friction they endure these brushes will wear down over time, this is why they are one of the most common parts you?ll need to replace in your chop saw. Signs your carbon brushes might be worn down are that the motor is running intermittently, there are electric breaking issues, and engine is experiencing reduced power. This carbon brush comes with wire lead and brush spring attached. This carbon brush is sold individually, however some motors require two carbon brushes; we recommend you replace both at the same time, even if only one is worn out. To determine how many you need for the motor in your power tool we recommend you refer to model specific diagrams. When you are replacing a carbon brush be sure to inspect the armature, if there are burns, cracks, or other signs of damage this might indicate a bigger problem with the motor. Before attempting repair on your power tools make sure they are unplugged.
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10-24 X 1/2" Pan HD. Sit. Tapt. T-25 – Part Number: 06-82-5314
$2.99
10-24 X 1/2" Pan HD. Sit. Tapt. T-25
Fix Number FIX10118952
Manufacturer Part Number 06-82-5314
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1/4 Oz. "Y" Grease – Part Number: 49-08-5270
$20.54
1/4 Oz. "Y" Grease
Fix Number FIX10134088
Manufacturer Part Number 49-08-5270
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Carbon Brush Holder – Part Number: 22-20-0025
$3.86
Carbon Brush Holder
Fix Number FIX10122275
Manufacturer Part Number 22-20-0025
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Spring Torsion – Part Number: 40-50-0280
$2.99
Spring Torsion
Fix Number FIX10127806
Manufacturer Part Number 40-50-0280
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Wheel Flange (Inner And Outer) – Part Number: 43-34-0905
$6.95
Wheel Flange (Inner And Outer)
Fix Number FIX10130004
Manufacturer Part Number 43-34-0905
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Bearing – Part Number: 02-04-1745
$6.93
Bearing
Fix Number FIX11876489
Manufacturer Part Number 02-04-1745
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