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Brush and Lead
Fix Number FIX10181643
Manufacturer Part Number 614367-00
This OEM brush is sold individually, however two are needed in most power tools, and should be replaced at the same time, even if only one is worn. If the motor of your power tool is running poorly, worn brushes are the likely cause. A brush that is worn out will often wear down near the wire lead and can become cracked, pitted, or burned. When replacing the carbon brushes, take this time to check the condition of the armature, if it appears damaged this can indicate more significant motor issues.
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Wheel, Roller
Fix Number FIX10420657
Manufacturer Part Number 151799
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Brush Assembly
Fix Number FIX10095000
Manufacturer Part Number 291131002
This is a single OEM brush assembly with the leads, wire, and spring included. The brush holder is sold separately. Carbon brushes are known to wear from normal use of the tool, so it is important to consistently inspect and replace them as instructed by the manufacturer. It is also advisable to replace both brushes at the same time even if only one appears worn. For this quick and easy repair you will need a screwdriver. Disconnect the tool, remove the brush caps, remove worn brushes. Insert the new OEM brush assembly and secure the brush cap.
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John from MACOMB, MI
Bad motor
Electrical and complete breakdown of saw. Plastic fan was shipped with missing blades. Started up out of balance. Did not solve problem. Used lithium grease as a last resort. Nice bon fire. Will be buying a new one Read more...
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Fix Number FIX10091958
Manufacturer Part Number 089006017092
Designed for use with select Ridgid and Ryobi tools, this OEM approved replacement Brush fits a variety of models. To see if this part will fit your tool, please see the "Model Cross Reference List" below. This brush is made out of a durable Carbon alloy, has a lead wire attached to it, and its primary purpose is to conduct electrical current from the stationary wires to the moving parts of your tool. Brushes are one of the most commonly replaced power tool parts because carbon brushes are wear items, meaning that through friction and use they will gradually wear away until they need replacing. Worn brushes are a common cause of intermittent motor function, reduced electric braking, and reduced motor power. A worn-out brush will often be worn down near to the wire lead and can be cracked, pitted, or burned. Brushes are sold individually, and might also be known as Carbon Brushes or Motor Brushes. It is recommended to replace both brushes, even if only one is worn.
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rich from WILLOW GROVE, PA
blade was making bad noise, and not spinning properly
Removed motor housing, arm, handle, spring and replaced. Found that gear and pinion were both stripped. Poor quality metal used in both. Read more...
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Ball Bearing (608)
Fix Number FIX9995584
Manufacturer Part Number 671498001
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Ball Bearing
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Fix Number FIX10180918
Manufacturer Part Number 605040-65
If your tool is making a squeaking or squealing sound, a worn bearing is a likely cause. Bearings are designed to lessen the friction between moving parts, so they are prone to deterioration over the life of your equipment. This part includes one OEM ball bearing which is sealed on both sides. Installation may vary depending on the model-type, but in general, this should be a quick and easy repair that can be easily done yourself.
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Guard, Splash
Fix Number FIX10421997
Manufacturer Part Number 160310
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Bearing, 17mm X 40mm X 12mm Ball (6203-2NSE)
Fix Number FIX10420499
Manufacturer Part Number 137711
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Plug, Water Drain
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Fix Number FIX10421829
Manufacturer Part Number 159529
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Fix Number FIX10092811
Manufacturer Part Number 089038001073


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