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Pcb Assembly
Pcb Assembly
Part #: 5140072-00
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3 available
 $61.01
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3
Pcb Assembly
Pcb Assembly
Part #: 5140072-02
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1 available
 $53.82
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4
Pcb Assembly
Pcb Assembly
Part #: 5140072-03
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $1.46
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5
Pcb Assembly
Pcb Assembly
Part #: 5140113-36
In stock
5 available
 $15.18
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6
Speaker Grille
Speaker Grille
Part #: 5140072-39
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3 available
 $7.43
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7
Front Cabinet Assembly
Front Cabinet Assembly
Part #: 5140072-77
In stock
2 available
 $26.39
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8
Air Duct
Part #: 5140072-40
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $2.16
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9
Front Cover
Front Cover
Part #: 5140072-09
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3 available
 $3.40
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10
Push Button Assy.
Push Button Assy.
Part #: 5140072-10
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4 available
 $1.17
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11
Speaker
Speaker
Part #: 5140072-11
In stock
8 available
 $12.28
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12
Rubber Cover
Part #: 5140072-41
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $12.42
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13
Top Handle
Top Handle
Part #: 5140072-42
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $9.93
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14
Air Duct
Part #: 5140072-43
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $2.16
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15
Roll Cage-Left
Part #: 5140072-44
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $18.40
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16
Cord Wrap
Cord Wrap
Part #: 5140072-45
In stock
9 available
 $4.49
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17
Shock Mount
Part #: 5140072-17
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $5.47
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18
Power Pcb Assy
Power Pcb Assy
Part #: 5140113-37
In stock
2 available
 $51.02
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20
Roll Cage-Right
Part #: 5140072-47
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $18.40
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22
Transformer
Transformer
Part #: 5140072-22
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9 available
 $13.27
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23
Plate
Part #: 5140072-48
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $1.33
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24
Bracker- Mountng
Part #: 5140072-49
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $1.04
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25
Sensor Bracket Kit
Part #: 5140072-50
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $1.04
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26
Pcb Assembly
Pcb Assembly
Part #: 5140072-26
In stock
6 available
 $14.86
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27
Pcb Assembly
Pcb Assembly
Part #: 5140113-39
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $11.56
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28
Mounting Bracket
Part #: 5140072-28
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $1.95
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29
Charger Assy.
Part #: 5140072-29
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $184.76
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30
Tuning Knob
Tuning Knob
Part #: 5140072-30
In stock
3 available
 $1.17
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31
Battery Door
Battery Door
Part #: 5140072-51
In stock
2 available
 $14.10
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32
Volume Knob
Volume Knob
Part #: 5140072-32
In stock
2 available
 $1.17
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33
Latch Assembly
Latch Assembly
Part #: 5140019-23
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $8.57
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34
Battery Door
Battery Door
Part #: 5140072-34
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $12.28
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35
Antenna
Antenna
Part #: 5140019-28
In stock
9 available
 $19.38
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36
Tuning Pwb Assembly
Tuning Pwb Assembly
Part #: 5140113-40
In stock
2 available
 $12.87
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37
Volume Control
Volume Control
Part #: 5140113-41
In stock
3 available
 $15.18
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38
AC Outlet Assembly
AC Outlet Assembly
Part #: 5140072-38
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $53.25
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39
Power Cord
Power Cord
Part #: 5140072-52
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $26.39
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40
Screw- M4X16
Screw- M4X16
Part #: 5140072-53
Note: Package Of 10
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $1.04
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41
Retainer
Retainer
Part #: 5140072-54
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $10.40
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I bought this Dc012 used. Everything works great, except that the radio won't run off the battery. But it will charge a battery fine.
I know a little about electronics, and I've got a meter. The two fuses I found are good. Seems everything is good up to the main pcb. It's getting 18v coming into it with either the AC or the battery. But the big white connector that goes out to the radio, will only output 8v on the 3rd pin down, when connected to ac. running off the battery, it's not putting out any power. So. maybe I should just get a new main board. But then I'm wondering about this pin I see called AC det. Could you tell me what that does ? It doesn't make sense to me that putting 18vdc in to the board that's being transformed from the ac, should do anything different than the 18vdc coming from the battery. ya know ?
1567208
Question: Low Volume

1567208

My radio has extremely low volume you have to be 3 inches away from the speaker to hear it at all on full volume. everything else seems to work fine. i replaced the volume control already
Tlloyd
Question: Dc012 Radio Won't Work

Tlloyd

Everything works on my dc012 radio but the radio. I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction on what part I need. Soon after I got the radio the antenna broke off. A co worker shoved copper wires in it making a make shift antenna. Now the radio won't work at all. No sound from the speakers what so ever. Everything else works fine. I saw one fuse when I took it apart and it was fine. Hoping some one can help me. Thanks
DC012 radio wont hold stations or clock in memory. You have to put in a new radio battery every three days for it to work and by the third day it drains the battery. Any idea what part is bad?
1534178
Reply: DC012 Radio Wont Hold Stations O...

1534178

I'm having same problem,,radio isn't 6 months old and is inside won't hold programming when it is shut off
HELP PLEASE !!!!!
WJA
Reply: DC012 Radio Wont Hold Stations O...

WJA

Hello 1534178,

If your Dewalt DC012 Jobsite Radio is less than six months old. You should take it to the nearest Dewalt Service Center for a warranty repair. It should have a 1 Year Free Service Contract, and 3 Year Limited Warranty.

-WJA
385585
Reply: DC012 Radio Wont Hold Stations O...

385585

radio has a small battery inside large battery door in back is a small black door with a 3.2v flat battery.battery allows radio to hold presets and time
psprad4u
Question: DC012 Right Speaker Not Working

psprad4u

Replaced the right speaker but still does
not work. Is this the PCB assy?
Radio has very low volume not sure if I need volume control or Pcb Assembly
My radio no longer charges batteries. It flashed rapidly as if the battery pack is defective. It does this for all batteries. Also the radio will not play from a fresh battery.
The radio will play only when it is plugged in. Any idea what part I need?
WJA
Reply: Radio Does Not Charge Or Play Fr...

WJA

Hello ErikEggs,

Obviously it sounds like your charger defective. The part number is 5140072-29. And at $153.00 that's a little expensive to replace, when you can purchase a new one for not to much more.

-WJA
neilmaclean
Reply: Radio Does Not Charge Or Play Fr...

neilmaclean

I also have a dc 012. It does not charge batteries, nor does it play the radio unless I insert a battery into the charging bay. I checked the fuses, both of them are good.
Is the problem with the charger assembly, the transformer, or the Power PCB assembly (circuit board?)
I tested the male pins on the Power PCB assembly and found power to the transformer. It does not seem to go to the charger assembly. (There are several sockets on the PCB assembly. With the main feeds heated up, I tested power on male pins for the transformer, but not for the charger assembly. I am not certain this is the power plug feeding the charger assembly or a feed from the charger to the board.
I couldn't find power anywhere else on the board either.

thanks in advance

lumba
Question: Dewalt Radio Charger Dc012

lumba

made the mistake of buying a radio on a website and now have a great radio but is 120 v ac and need to convert to 240 v. Is there anything i can do, can i buy a part to change over internally in the radio? cheers
fancyboxy