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Compression Spring
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Torx Oval-Head Screw
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Switch Contact
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Adapter Module
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Brush Holder
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Recessed-Head Screw M 3X5
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Auxiliary Handle
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Depth-Gauge
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stevenclaws
Question: Forward Doesnt Work On My Bosch ...

stevenclaws

how do you take the bearing beacket off and remove the armature to replace the adapter modules on a bosch 1199vsr hammer drill?
My switch works
pjfog
Question: On-off Switch

pjfog

I suspect that the switch on my 1199VSR has failed. Is it possible to repair the switch or must it be replaced?
1179764
Reply: On-off Switch

1179764

The switch assembly 'rarely' fails in that drill. The most common problem is the small adapter module Bosch uses on their fields assembly's. They always burn out.
It's located under the field and plugs into a copper contact under the reverse mechanism.
Part numbers 1614465012 and 1611329024. (both parts total about $3.25)
I'd check those parts first before ordering a $25.00 switch you probably don't need.
How do I disassemble the Bosch 1199VSR to the point where the armature and field can be removed? I can't sem to lift it out of the case.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Bosch 1199VSR Armature & Fie...

Tinkerdave

Hi ,
If you have removed the brushes and 4 transfer case screws and still can't remove the armature from the housing,chances are you have gotten the tool so hot that its melted the plastic support around the field and the melted plastic is whats holding the armature in.If that's the case you will have to pry it out as both the field and armature are already damaged. Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Need help on reinstalling the contact spring pn 2601324048 on tne Bosch hammer drill 1199vsr. Cancel, I figured it out, thanks!
SureshPatel
Question: Chuck, Part Number 2608571060

SureshPatel

Hi,

does this chuck come with the chuck key or does that have to be ordered separately?

thanks
WJA
Reply: Chuck, Part Number 2608571060

WJA

Hello SureshPatel,

The chuck and key, part number 2608571060 as shown in the image does come with the chuck key. You will not have to order it.

-WJA
adalberto
Question: 1199VSR

adalberto

I need special pulley for take out the parts 36
dotty
Question: Bosch 1199vsr Died

dotty

My hammer drill has lived a full life, to be sure, but I really don't want for it to go to the scrap heap yet.

The other day I was drilling concrete and shortly after I started, it just stopped and has not shown any interest in running since.

I have removed the back panel and tested the switch, and it seems to be OK, as well as the cord, of course.

What is my next test?
WJA
Reply: Bosch 1199vsr Died

WJA

Hello dotty,

I would check the 1614336061 brush holder assembly for any wear or damage, second make sure your 2604220704 field is making good contact with all of its contact points. If that isn't it, your just going to have to tear it down and inspect all the electrical components.

Good luck,
-WJA
What is the size of the chuck spindle and threads/in
WJA
Reply: Spindle Threads/in And Shaft Dia...

WJA

Hello 1059510,

The spindle, part number 2606135113 thread size is 1/2-20.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
I have a bosch 1199vsr hammer drill and can't figure out how to remove the brush holder to get access to the switch contacts to replace them. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Derek
Tinkerdave
Reply: Bosch Hammer Drill Switch Contac...

Tinkerdave

Hi anyango,
The brush assembly lifts out of the drill by rotating the assembly half way between forward and reverse .Lift with light force as you rotate between forward and reverse and you should see two springs aline with groves and it should lift out.Check your field contact closely as they sometimes get burnt and will burn out a new set of contacts it the don't make good contact.Hope this helps.good luck.
Tinker
masonlife7
Question: Compression Spring

masonlife7

How do you replace this spring or where does it go. do you have a diagram on how to put it back where it belongs
Thank You
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valkokir
Question: Armature Removal

valkokir

I'm unable to pull the armature out of the plastic case and field coil. With the gearbox disassembled I can pull the armature forward about 3/8" before it meets resistance and won't spin which tells me it's hung up on something (possibly the contact spring #48 above?). I have removed the brush holder. The armature moves forward far enough for the rear armature bearing to be free of its pocket in the plastic case.

Thank you
Tinkerdave
Reply: Armature Removal

Tinkerdave

Hi valkokir,
If you overheated the tool and burned out the armature them most likely you have melted the plastic field housing and that is whats preventing the armature from being removed. If this is the case you'll have to replace both the field and armature. Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
valkokir
Reply: Armature Removal

valkokir

Thanks Tinker.
Well my description wasn't very good, I suppose. The drill operates great intermittently. The only thing wrong is a broken Switch contact (#74) it occasionally makes good contact and when it does, the drill works great. The contact connection is broken off in the terminal of the field coil and consequently, I need to remove the armature and field coil to repair. I just can't get the thing apart and I can't tell what it's hung up on. Quite frustrating.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Armature Removal

Tinkerdave

Hi Valkolir,
You don't have to burn the motor out to get the field housing hot to melt or distort enough to prevent the armature out .If the armature moves freely around the housing then this is most likely what happened.
Tinker
valkokir
Reply: Armature Removal

valkokir

You were spot on. I managed to pull hard enough to get the armature out and the plastic shielding on the field is distorted, preventing it from coming out easily.
Thank you very much for the help
Tinkerdave
Reply: Armature Removal

Tinkerdave

Hi valkokir,
No problem I'm glade I could help. Have a happy Thanksgiving.
Tinker
I have a Bosch hammer drill (Model 1199VSR) and do not know how to remove the chuck assembly. I have a new assembly and can see it threads onto the drill body. I can't tell if it threads 'on' in a clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation.

I also see there is a small hole on the drill body near the chuck, if I rotate the old chuck a corresponding hole appears in the shaft of the chuck. Is this to 'lock' the drill armature so the chuck can be removed; if so is there anything in particular I should insert or just something of similar diameter.
WJA
Reply: Help Replacing Bosch Chuck Assem...

WJA

Hello,

We have an article and video demonstrating how to remove a drill chuck. Here is the link.

Removing a Drill Chuck.

Hope this helps,
WJA
chris
Question: 1199vsr Quit

chris

I was drilling holes in concrete and the drill quit instantly. The switch is okay and the brushes look alright. I took the drill completely apart to look at the armature and field to check for heat damage. It didn't look to have any. Any ideas?
valkokir
Reply: 1199vsr Quit

valkokir

Chris,

My drill has a similar issue and I found that it shorted internally and burned the tab off the switch contact (part 74 above) where it connects to the field. It worked intermittently since the contact was still close enough to the terminal to occasionally male contact. My issue now is that I cannot get the armature out of the drill to remove the field and repair the terminal.
My drill works perfectly in the reverse mode but not in the forward mode. Is there a possible electrical short?
Paul
Question: 1199vsr Chuck Removal

Paul

I think the flat keys are sheared and I assume I need to remove the chuck first then slide the gear assembly out to remove the gears. For proper removal of the chuck, do I insert a punch through the hole to lock the shaft and then unscrew the chuck? If so, is it right or left handed threads? I do not see any other internal screws that need to be removed on the parts page.
Scott
Question: No Power Past The Brushes

Scott

Hi, I have power past the switch but the drill still will not run. Could it be a bad armature or field? Any advice?
I drilled a hole. Drill worked fine. Layed it down for a few minutes and went to drill another hole and drill would not turn on. Power cord checks ok.
Mark
Reply: Bosch 1199VSR Hammer Drill

Mark

Hi Dave,

My first two ideas would be either the switch or the brushes. Sometimes the dust from drilling concrete will get into the brush holders and cause them to bind so the brush no longer contacts the armature.

Hope this helps!

-Mark
The chuck is damaged on my Bosch 1199VSR and I want to replace it. Can anyone tell me how to remove the chuck and install a replacement? I'd like to do it myself rather than pay a shop. Thanks.
UtahAV
Reply: How To Remove Chuck On Bosch 119...

UtahAV

Hi gringucho,

Replacing your chuck is a very easy repair to make. You will need the new chuck, part #2608571060 which is available from ereplacementparts.com. We have an article available which will show you everything you need to know to replace your chuck. It even has a short video to show you how!

Here is a link to the article...

Replacing a drill chuck article and video


Hope this helps with your repair!

-UtahAV
-Mark
gringucho
Reply: How To Remove Chuck On Bosch 119...

gringucho

Thanks!!!!
My chuck don't want to open completely. I've noticed that a new chunk would cost around 35$. Is it easy to install, what are the steps... Thanks alot
cmoorejack
Reply: How To Replace Chuck On A Bosch ...

cmoorejack

Hey ticurse,
It doesn't look like your model # has a reverse screw to remove or a flat side on the spindle shaft to apply a wrench..so try this...make sure it is in low gear..[to provide the most resistance] lock the largest allen wrench [or chuck key] that will fit in the jaws..lay the drill flat on its side with the allen wrench turned up slightly and hit the allen with a sharp blow with a hammer [you may have to strike more than once]... :)
most repair shops also use an impact method
here is a video link that may also help..
link removed - How to Remove a Drill Chuck
cmoorejack
edmoe
Question: Bosch 1199vsr

edmoe

I have a Bosch 1199vsr hammer drill which only works in reverse. What part do I need?
cmoorejack
Reply: Bosch 1199vsr

cmoorejack

Hey edmoe,
You probably have a worn or broken connection..the two components that are involved is the brush holder assy 1-614-336-061 and the switch contacts 1-611-329-024 remove the rear cover and check to see if this is the case and which component you will need to replace..[maybe both]..
hope this helps?
cmoorejack
edmoe
Reply: Bosch 1199vsr

edmoe

Thanks cmoorejack. I cleaned switch contacts and its working fine.
edmoe
brandtmeister
Question: Bosch 1199VSR Chuck Slipping

brandtmeister

Hi all,
working on a building a porch and had to drill a bunch of 1/2" holes into concrete. A friend who was helping got the drill bit stuck on rebar a couple of times and now the chuck keeps slipping in both hammer and normal drill mode (I can barely drill through a 2x4 with a 5/8th bit at this point). :(
I can actually stop the chuck from rotating by gripping it with my hand - motor keeps on running, but chuck is stopped.

Bought a bulldog extreme last weekend to get the job finished (I think it's the 11255 model) and the drilling went very well on the remaining ~ 70 holes.

Anyways, I was wondering if I can get the 1199 drill fixed as it is otherwise a great tool (guess it was undersized for the 1/2" holes)? From the parts diagram I can't quite tell what parts are the clutch/transmission - would guess one of those are the problem. I'll see if I can get it opened up this weekend and check if I can see any worn/stripped parts, but any help/suggestions would be appreciated.
cmoorejack
Reply: Bosch 1199VSR Chuck Slipping

cmoorejack

Hey,
It might just be a problem with the switch lever and it is keeping it from becoming fully engaged in the drill or hammer mode..when you get inside look for a bent or broken tab on the lever.. hopefully you don't have any gear damage as that might not make it economical for repair..:(
Parts are available at eReplacementparts.com : Power Tool Parts and Tool Repair
hope this is helpful..
cmoorejack
ozy
Reply: Bosch 1199VSR Chuck Slipping

ozy

I bought my drill 3 years ago at Rona in Canada.

6 Months later, I had the exact same problem; granted I was drilling into wood, but you'd think that the motor in the drill wouldn't have enough torque to kill the gears.

I went in for a replacement and I got a brand new spankin' drill ( same model ). Guess what? 1.5 years later ( and this time doing absolutely no hard drilling at all ), I'm back in the same situation. I was just drilling with a 1/8" bit through some concrete.

The low-speed gear is fine, but the high-speed gear does nothing. I can hold the chuck with my hand and the motor on the drill will keep spinning no problem.

The motor on this drill has way too much torque for its gears / internal components ( IMO ).

If the gears / components can't handle it, then decrease the strength of the motor so that it stalls before killing the gears. The transmission / gears should be the strongest of the two, not the other way around.

I find that with this drill, the marketing of 8.5A on the motor was probably more important to get it sold than the other internal components were. Given my problem and that of many on the web with the same model, I'd think a recall was in order, but then again, I'm just one person, who will think twice before buying another Bosch drill. ;o)
ozy
Reply: Bosch 1199VSR Chuck Slipping

ozy

[QUOTE=ozy;4754]I bought my drill 3 years ago at Rona in Canada.

6 Months later, I had the exact same problem; granted I was drilling into wood, but you'd think that the motor in the drill wouldn't have enough torque to kill the gears.

I went in for a replacement and I got a brand new spankin' drill ( same model ). Guess what? 1.5 years later ( and this time doing absolutely no hard drilling at all ), I'm back in the same situation. I was just drilling with a 1/8" bit through some concrete.

The low-speed gear is fine, but the high-speed gear does nothing. I can hold the chuck with my hand and the motor on the drill will keep spinning no problem.

The motor on this drill has way too much torque for its gears / internal components ( IMO ).

If the gears / components can't handle it, then decrease the strength of the motor so that it stalls before killing the gears. The transmission / gears should be the strongest of the two, not the other way around.

I find that with this drill, the marketing of 8.5A on the motor was probably more important to get it sold than the other internal components were. Given my problem and that of many on the web with the same model, I'd think a recall was in order, but then again, I'm just one person, who will think twice before buying another Bosch drill. ;o)"

So I finally got to opening my drill as a result of the one of the plastic motor contacts burning out on me... $3.00 part - had to take the whole drill apart. *rolls eyes*

This gear thing is really the switch lever. I guess that after a few times of switching between gear 1 and 2, the spring in the lever starts eating away at the plastic and the spring looses force. As it turns out, it's preventing the gear from engaging. I'll be ordering the three parts that make up the whole switch lever. Total cost ~ $6.00.

Funny thing is that part #67 isn't listed on the site, so you can't order it...
One question: Is the bigger gear supposed to be really tight against the inner steel 'axle'? To turn it, I really have to grip it hard. The smaller gear runs around, like a knife through butter.
skstang
Question: Tool Repair Help

skstang

bosch 1199vsr How do you get the chuck off the end of the drill?
cmoorejack
Reply: Tool Repair Help

cmoorejack

Hey skstang,
here is a previous post..hope this helps..?:)
http://forums.ereplacementparts.com/power-tool-repair/2033-how-replace-chuck-bosch-1199vsr.html
cmoorejack
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