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1Clamshell Set
Part #: 620787-01
In stock
2 available
 $14.56
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2Bit Clip
Part #: 148354-03
In stock
13 available
 $2.99
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3Screwdriver Bit
Part #: 607918-41
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20 available
 $2.99
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4Dewalt Logo Label
Part #: 395657-00
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10 available
 $1.20
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5Keyless Chuck
Part #: 330075-64
In stock
11 available
 $38.50
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6Screw (Reverse Thread)
Part #: 605256-01
Note: Torx T20 Head
In stock
13 available
 $2.99
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7Fwd/Rev Button (Capax Switch For Marquette Use 634728-00)
Part #: 623997-00
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5 available
 $3.99
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8Shifter
Part #: 392086-01SV
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7 available
 $12.24
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9Variable Speed DC Switch
Part #: 152274-26
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5 available
 $33.19
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10Torx Screw
Part #: 682211-00
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25+ available
 $1.99
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11Adjust Collar
Part #: 618335-00
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7 available
 $4.86
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12Detent
Part #: 326467-00
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 $3.99
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13Motor and Pinion
Part #: 397156-01SV
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4 available
 $50.73
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14Transmission/Clutch Assembly
Part #: 623331-00SV
Note: Includes Figure 15
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2 available
 $36.53
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15Spindle Assy.
Part #: 392095-00
Note: Included In Figure 14
In stock
4 available
 $14.97
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16Ball
Part #: 386690-00
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7 available
 $1.20
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17Clutch Plate
Part #: 397303-00
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2 available
 $3.99
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18Clutch Spring
Part #: 391912-01
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2 available
 $3.99
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19Adjusting Nut
Part #: 391911-00
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2 available
 $1.20
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20Clip,Bearing
Part #: 798959-00
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3 available
 $3.99
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23Nameplate
Part #: 620804-00
Ships in 11 - 13 business days
 $1.01
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35Shifter Wire
Part #: 391896-00
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
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40Pin
Part #: 392094-00
In stock
2 available
 $5.81
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800Grease,Molykote
Part #: N017298
Note: 8 oz.
In stock
3 available
 $74.32
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861Kitbox
Part #: 652211-00
In stock
4 available
 $23.40
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866ADewalt 14.4 Volt Battery (XRP, Ni-Cd)
Part #: 615824-12
Note: 14.4 Volt
In stock
6 available
 $94.27
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866BDewalt 14.4 Volt Battery (XRP, Ni-Cd)
Part #: 615824-12
In stock
6 available
 $94.27
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867Battery Cap
Part #: 645221-00
In stock
18 available
 $1.99
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871ADeWALT 7.2V-18V NiCd - NiMh - Li-Ion Battery Charger
Part #: DC9310
In stock
7 available
 $77.84
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871BDeWALT 7.2V - 18V Charger
Part #: 388683-12
In stock
7 available
 $100.97
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How do I decide which charger I need for my DC728 cordle3ss drill?
mike
Question: Replacing Chuck

mike

How do I get the old keyless chuck off after I have removed the reverse thread screw?
james flaherty
Reply: Replacing Chuck

james flaherty

Can I order a new chuck? And if so, where are instructions for removal and installation?
josh
Question: Grinding Noise

josh

When I turn the drill on in makes an awful grinding noise. I was wondering what I need to replace?
bill
Question: Drill

bill

Will all DeWalt 14.4V batteries interchange?
Mark
Reply: Drill

Mark

Hi Bill,

Yes, all of the 14.4 Volt batteries will work with the 14.4 Volt tools. If you are upgrading to a different battery, such as the Lithium Ion batteries, you may need to replace your charger as well. The charger for your NiCD batteries wouldn't charge the lithium batteries, you would need to purchase a new charger. The new charger for the lithium battery would also be able to charge all of your nickel based batteries.

I hope this helps!

-Mark
I have a Dewalt DC728S 14.4 volt Screwdriver. The black rubber or plastic sleeve/collar that you turn to adjust the mouth opening need replacing.

I need your help in identifying this part and where I may be able to get a replacement?

I really don't want to have to purchase another one because this has worked excellent for me and a replacement is somewhere around $100.00.

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Mahalo in Advance
Kauaiguy
Stephen Tashiro
Reply: Help With Part ID And Locating R...

Stephen Tashiro

Did you look at part 11 here:
DeWALT DC728 Parts List and Diagram - Type 1 : eReplacementparts.com
Kauaiguy
Reply: Help With Part ID And Locating R...

Kauaiguy

[QUOTE=Stephen Tashiro;1673]Did you look at part 11 here:
DeWALT DC728 Parts List and Diagram - Type 1 : eReplacementparts.com"


Thanks!

Yes I did, but it looks like the collar that adjusts the tension (because it looks narrow) and not the collar that adjusts the bit openning.

Now that I look at it closer, it's item number 5 (keyless chuck). Problem is I only need the black plastic cover and not the entire unit. The entire unit is $38.00 plus shipping. Guess I have to call them to get more info.

Mahalo from the Island of Kauai Hawaii!
Mike
Reply: Help With Part ID And Locating R...

Mike

[QUOTE=Kauaiguy;1678]Problem is I only need the black plastic cover and not the entire unit."

Unfortunately individual components of chucks aren't available. When those sleeves wear out you'll have to get a new chuck. Most power tool manufacturers don't build their own chucks, but buy them from Jacobs or Rohm for use on their tools.
k_leenig@hotmail.com
Review: DeWALT - DC728
1 star
k_leenig@hotmail.com
When this tool works, it's fine. God forbid that the chuck should fail as it did on mine. I've removed chucks on drills for thirty years and never encountered one I couldn't replace before this one. The chuck that came with the drill literally fell apart in my hands when I went to change a bit. This should never happen. Even after investigating how to replace it on the internet, it seems impossible to do. Further, about twelve years ago, I bought two 14.4 dewalt drills and they still work fine--slightly different model. The batteries lasted a long long time while being used commercialy. I don't know what happened, but I've had bad luck with the new batteries that came with this drill. In one case, one battery wouldn't hold a charge at all, and the other doesn't last very long. I have four dewalt battery drills along with a number of other dewalt tool, and I'm thinking about completely switching over to another brand.
Armis666
Reply: DeWALT - DC728

Armis666

MY KEYLESS CHUCK FELL APART TOO. Dewalt should probably fix all the chucks free of charge.
Dick
Reply: DeWALT - DC728

Dick

I've had the same experience with my DeWalt batteries. I bought my first 14.4V drill when it came on the market, maybe late 80s or early 90s. One battery lasted until about 2000, the other about four years longer. I bought this same model drill at that time thinking I would have two new batteries to use with either drill. But neither has ever held a charge for more than 3 or 4 days. When idle. A normal day of D.I.Y. work will have one or the other on the charger at all times. Now the speed control failed, which is what brought me to this site. I guess when any product becomes a commodity item profit comes before quality!
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