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DeWALT D28110 Type 1 Grinder Parts

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 DeWALT D28110 Type 1 Grinder Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
1623584-02SV
Armature Assembly.
Armature Assembly.
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$53.75
2623599-00
Field Case
Field Case
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$7.56
3623586-00SV
Gear Case Assembly
Gear Case Assembly
In stock
6 available
$27.68
4330065-31
Screw
Screw
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
5648743-00
Arm
Arm
In stock
25+ available
$1.15
6623592-00
Felt Seal
Felt Seal
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
7650916-01
Brush (Sold Individually)
Brush (Sold Individually)
Note: Sold Individually
In stock
25+ available
$5.49
9623589-00
Brush Spring (Sold Individually)
Brush Spring (Sold Individually)
In stock
4 available
$0.92
10623591-00
Cap
Cap
In stock
4 available
$0.92
11593685-00
Screw
Screw
In stock
4 available
$0.92
12625243-01S
Handle Set
Handle Set
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$8.40
13641889-00SV
Switch
Switch
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$6.49
16636963-00
Cord Clamp
Cord Clamp
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.05
17330019-03
Screw
Screw
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.07
18330005-01
Cord Protector
Cord Protector
In stock
25+ available
$4.52
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
19636226-00
Nut 5/8"
Nut 5/8"
In stock
25+ available
$7.69
20633257-00SV
Flange
Flange
In stock
1 available
$5.19
21628580-00
Guard
Guard
In stock
4 available
$7.56
24330072-98
Power Cord - 8', 18 Gauge, 2-Wire
Power Cord - 8', 18 Gauge, 2-Wire
In stock
25+ available
$11.56
26623593-00
Terminal
Terminal
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
27628396-00
Spring
Spring
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
29629109-00
Nameplate
Nameplate
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
30635892-00
ID Label
ID Label
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.55
31626891-00
Warning Label
Warning Label
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
70604484-00
Nut
Nut
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.07
71623564-00
Pinion
Pinion
In stock
4 available
$6.72
72330003-60
Bearing (608DW)
Bearing (608DW)
In stock
23 available
$4.65
73623617-00
Felt Seal
Felt Seal
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
74623580-00
BRG. Retainer
BRG. Retainer
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.67
75623613-00
Slinger
Slinger
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$2.95
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
76605040-02
Ball Bearing
Ball Bearing
In stock
8 available
$3.79
77641823-00
Bearing Cup
Bearing Cup
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.45
78624764-00
Field
Field
In stock
2 available
$19.33
79623572-00
Fan Baffle
Fan Baffle
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
80330065-25
Screw
Screw
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.00
81623618-00
Gasket
Gasket
In stock
3 available
$0.92
82611492-00
Sleeve,Rubber
Sleeve,Rubber
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.94
83625414-00
Gear Case Cover
Gear Case Cover
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
84385676-01
Screw
Screw
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
85631609-02
Screw
Screw
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.21
86444262-00
Terminal
Terminal
In stock
13 available
$1.07
87401680-00
Wrench
Wrench
In stock
2 available
$8.13
88N239381
Side Handle
Side Handle
In stock
12 available
$10.11
89626999-00
Link
Link
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$0.92
90644326-00
Bar
Bar
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.33
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
91623608-00
Switch Button
Switch Button
In stock
4 available
$1.10
92633044-00
O-Ring
O-Ring
In stock
4 available
$1.15
93633043-00
O-Ring
O-Ring
In stock
14 available
$1.55
429954-00
Grease, 7LBS
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$194.49
429954-01
Grease,1 LB.
Grease,1 LB.
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$97.55
8465140030-98
Shim
Shim
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$1.05
856643772-00
Guard
Guard
Ships in 9 - 12 business days
$12.93
861651196-00
Kitbox
Kitbox
In stock
3 available
$32.78

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Symptom:
No Power
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Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
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Entry Date:2013-10-08 12:59:38
1 of 1 customers found these instructions helpful
Motor brushes wore out, old switch was still working but was replaced as preventative measure
No special skill required for doing this repair. Remove lower part of housing and remove cord and cord clamp. Mark wires for correct replacement. Use small needle nose pliers to move leaf spring end from back of brush holder onto small molded pin provided - to take spring pressure off brush. A #6 torx bit is needed to remove the brush holder. New brushes come with friction connectors that fit through the hole in the brush holder. Replace brushes one at a time. A quick photo of the wiring packing around the cord clamp and switch might help in getting wires back into the case at the end.
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55head69
Question: 28110 Grinder

55head69

How do I get the gear off of the head gear assembly?
WJA
Reply: 28110 Grinder

WJA

Hello 55head69,

If you are looking for the large bevel gear it can only be purchased as an assembly. part number 623586-00SV. To remove the 623564-00 pinion gear, take off the 6044484-00 nut and you should be good to go.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Could someone please tell me how to properly replace the link and start button on a Dewalt D28110 grinder. The cases are split at the switch and the broken link has been removed. How do I install the new link and start button
1124044
Reply: Dewalt D28110 Link And Start But...

1124044

The link slides all the way up inside the main body and the new start button snaps into the long slot in the new link.
It is easier to follow the diagram above and lay your parts out like it. The switch
will only fit and work one way.....
If you need more help, contact me at
walterboswell@bellsouth .net.....
give me a day or 2 to respond.
dsdairy
Question: Dewalt D28110 Grinder

dsdairy

Does this grinder take one or two brushes? Figure #7 part # 650916-01. The picture shows one brush. But then the order form says, sold individually. I'd already ordered one.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Dewalt D28110 Grinder

Tinkerdave

Hi dsdairy,
The tool takes two brushes.Hope that helps.
Tinker
susswein
Question: Dewalt Angle Grinder Dead

susswein

I have 2 dewalt angle grinders that won't start (models D28110 and D28402). One of them is totally dead, the other will occasionally start for a split second, then die.

Any suggestions on what to look for when I open them up, besides checking the switch for continuity? Can you tell through visual inspection if the brushes are bad?
Hi all, this is my first post & I hope someone can help me out. I've got a DeWalt 4-1/2" angle grinder, model # D28110 to be exact, & I suspect the power switch is bad because one minute it was working fine & then it just wouldn't switch on. I've got a multimeter but I don't know how to go about testing the switch before I order a new one. I use this grinder in my job & am now relying on my 7" grinder but it's so heavy & the small one is fine most of the time so i'd like to get it going again soon. My next grinder will be a Metabo but until then any advice would be greatly appreciated.
UtahAV
Reply: Testing Power Switch On Grinder

UtahAV

Hi pirana,

First set your multimeter to test impedance (Ohm's). Make sure that the tool is unplugged. You will need to remove the housing so that you can access the switch. The switch will have four wires coming from it. The first thing you will need to determine is the path which the electricity follows through the switch. Many times there will be a diagram right on the switch. The power may flow through the switch front to back or side to side. First, with the switch off, hold the test leads on two opposite wires on the switch. If you still are not sure of the flow of power test front to back and side to side. At this point you should not get any reading anywhere on the switch. Now turn the switch on and do the same test. With the switch on you should get a reading across both sides of the switch. If you don't or if it is only on one side then the switch is bad and will need to be replaced.

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
pirana
Reply: Testing Power Switch On Grinder

pirana

Thanks Utah. I did as you suggested and it looks like it is indeed a bad switch.
UtahAV
Reply: Testing Power Switch On Grinder

UtahAV

You bet! Glad I could help.

-UtahAV
-Mark
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Soft Rubber Backing Pad - 4-1/2" Diameter, 5/8-11 Arbor
$18.22

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Paper Backing Pad - 4-1/2" Diameter, 5/8-11 Arbor
$13.71

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Paper Backing Pad - 4-1/2" Diameter, 7/8 Arbor
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