Discussion for the DeWALT DC410A TYPE 1 Cordless Cut Off Tool
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We understand your frustration with receiving this type of news regarding a part that is needed to operate your machine. Unfortunately, as companies count on other companies to satisfy customers and to achieve success, mishaps do occur. Changes within parts occur as the manufacturers are producing a better product, which does in fact cause the unfortunate mishap of parts being put on backorder or being discontinued.
eReplacementParts.com is a distributor for over 200 different manufacturers. Unfortunately, just like you, we are at the mercy of the manufacturers. They most definitely do the best that they can to keep customer satisfaction as well, but they also receive their product from other sources.
However, keep in mind that as changes progress throughout this industry, all companies involved have a desire to achieve one goal . . . customer satisfaction, not only with the product itself and all companies involved, but most importantly your satisfaction as the customer.
The part number for the Dewalt DC410A is 387558-02.They are sold separately. Two of them would have to ordered for each cut-off tool.
Hope that helps,
Question: Worn Switch
The switch on my companies' cutoff seems to have melted the plastic surrounding it. Now it won't complete the circuit most (95%) of the time. Leaving me to squeeze and squeeze the trigger to no avail. Have they updated the new switch to solve this problem? I don't want to buy a replacement just to have a failure again. I tried filing away the charred plastic covering the leads but that didn't work.
Question: Switch Question (620508-00)
On my grinder that I took apart, the connections to the motor housing seem to be (squarish) metal pieces that slide into a slot held in by a clip. The picture above seems a bit different. ALSO, the reason it needs replaced is because, when the battery was plugged in last time it was used, the metal connectors came into contact with each other and I'm assuming kept the connection staying open, allowing machine to continue to run after trigger was released. Therefore, I'm assuming it led to shorting out the switch. (I just don't want to buy the wrong part.) Thanks :)
Question: Grinder Turns Backwards
My Dewalt DC410 grinder was dropped and and the brush ring and the brush and lead were broken. I ordered the new parts and installed them, but I clearly did something wrong as the grinder now spins clockwise instead of counter-clockwise.
I assumed I must have installed the magnet ring upside down so I turned it around. No good. What do you think I did wrong?
Reply: Grinder Turns Backwards
Switch the leads...it is a DC current motor