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 DeWALT DCD950 Type 1 18V XRP Hammer Drill Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
1N026313
Gear Case Assy. Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
N/A
23N113656
Keyless Chuck
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $58.14
24652378-00
Retaining Plate
In stock
4 available
 $6.25
25650470-00
Lock Ring
In stock
3 available
 $5.56
26652379-00
Anvil
In stock
3 available
 $1.17
27654110-00
Pin
In stock
9 available
 $0.97
28N017098SV
Gear Assembly Obsolete - Limited Quantity
In stock
6 available
 $7.95
29N038862
Spring
In stock
2 available
 $1.67
30650444-00
Ring Gear
In stock
4 available
 $3.75
31N017099SV
Gear Assy.
In stock
7 available
 $10.18
32N030490SV
Gear Assy.
In stock
7 available
 $13.20
33657453-00SV
Shifter Assembly
In stock
5 available
 $9.66
34654927-00SV
Baffle Assembly
In stock
2 available
 $1.49
42N014498SV
Clamshell Set
In stock
11 available
 $21.91
43N020621SV
Switch,V.S.R.
In stock
13 available
 $56.95
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
44N031214
Brush & Holder Assy
In stock
25+ available
 $10.99
45N023147SV
Armature Assembly
In stock
10 available
 $27.77
46648124-00
Magnet Ring
In stock
2 available
 $27.71
47N007948
Bearing Cap
In stock
15 available
 $0.97
48N091392
Button(Fwd/Rev)
In stock
4 available
 $1.09
49N031214
Brush & Holder Assy
In stock
25+ available
 $10.99
50148354-03
Bit Clip
In stock
25+ available
 $1.14
51N028034
Id Label
In stock
3 available
 $1.04
52682211-00
Torx Screw
In stock
25+ available
 $1.14
53330019-52
Screw Plastite
In stock
14 available
 $1.10
54N014681
Detent Spring
In stock
10 available
 $1.02
56650421-00
Side Handle
In stock
3 available
 $9.65
61N211312
Gearcase Assy
In stock
2 available
 $114.16
70N037637
Nameplate
In stock
3 available
 $1.40
800429698-00
Grease:4 LB Can
In stock
3 available
 $87.09
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
800N017298
Grease,Molykote
In stock
2 available
 $71.05
861660141-00
Kitbox
In stock
1 available
 $32.67
866389795-23
Dewalt 18 Volt Battery (XRP, Ni-Cd)
Note: DC9096
In stock
3 available
 $184.61
867645221-00
Battery Cap
In stock
19 available
 $1.07
867388683-12
DeWALT 7.2V - 18V Charger
In stock
2 available
 $96.53

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Repair Articles

How to Replace the Handle Assembly on a DeWalt DCD950 Cordless Drill
How to Replace the Handle Assembly on a DeWalt DCD950 Cordless Drill

This article will take you through the steps needed to replace a DeWalt drill handle or housing. You'll also learn to break down your drill completely with this article.
How to Replace the Switch on a DeWalt DCD950 Cordless Drill
How to Replace the Switch on a DeWalt DCD950 Cordless Drill

This article will help walk you through the steps needed to replace a switch in your drill. This repair can save you lots of money when compared to a repair shop and can address issues with power, spe...
How to Remove a Stuck Drill Chuck
How to Remove a Stuck Drill Chuck

Broken gearboxes and sticky chuck screws can make removing a drill chuck difficult. This article explains the tricks you need to overcome these common repair setbacks.
Drilling, Fastening, and Hammering Power Tools
Drilling, Fastening, and Hammering Power Tools

This article lists the major categories of drilling, fastening, and hammering tools, and explains the basic applications, types, and features of each.
Repair Stories
Symptom:
Worn Brushes
Parts Used:
Part Number:
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Entry Date:2014-01-03 11:03:35
3 of 6 customers found these instructions helpful
BRUSH WAS WORN
REMOVED ALL SCREWS TO SPLIT HANDLE AND REAR BRUSH HOUSING. REMOVED SCREWS TO FRONT OF GEARBOX. REMOVED MOTOR, SLID BRUSH ASSEMBLIES OUT AND REPLACED. REPLACED MOTOR AND TOP BRUSH ASSY. REPLACED ALL COVERS AND SCREWS.

WHEN REPLACING MOTOR, BE SURE TO LINE UP NOTCH IN MOTOR STATOR TO ASSURE THE MOTOR SEATS PROPERLY.
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olemd
Question: Dcd 950

olemd

we ordered the keyless chuck for the dcd 950. when we noticed the hole is missing for the retainer bolt to go threw. and when you install it on the motor it wont open all the way. We orded 3 chucks and all 3 are the same way. the pn is n113656.
paulliam
Question: Installing Keyless Chuck

paulliam

For the DCD950 do I just thread the new chuck on with Locktite? there was no set screw for removal so I'm curious what the install procedure is. Thanks.
WJA
Reply: Installing Keyless Chuck

WJA

Hello paulliam,

A while back we had some questions regarding the N113656 Keyless Chuck. This a post by ifix2ls that I hope will answer your questions.

Just found this for a Dewalt #DC901 Chuck and it works great for the DCD950 also. As far as the heat gun or hair dryer................ I used a propane torch and it did great.[/I]

To remove the DCD950 chuck, you want to first ensure that the drill is in all the right places, positions, settings, and etc. First, ensure the tool is in low-gear. This is a stronger torque gear that is simply better suited for the intense wrenching the chuck is about to encounter. You will also want to ensure the tool is set to drill-mode, that the clutch is set at clutch setting “22,” and that the drill-chuck itself is entirely open. These few steps, while simple, are vitally important to the overall process and will literally make or break your chuck removal procedure.

The next step in removing your chuck requires a vise or vise-like mechanism to clamp the DCD950 hammer drill. If you don’t have access to this kind of equipment, it is advised that you take the drill to a certified repair shop, or, at least, borrow someone else’s. If you do have access this kind of equipment, tightly clamp the drill-chuck (just the chuck and leaving the body of the drill entirely free) into the vise. If, for one or another reason, you wish to avoid any scratching or injury to the chuck, wrap a shop rag around it before clamping.

Using just your own body strength, whip the drill in a counterclockwise direction until the Loctite breaks. You will hear a “pop” and you will feel a significant decrease in the overall tightness of the chuck. If after a few whips the Loctite remains persistently unbroken, you can heat it up with a heat-gun or blow-dryer. This should render the glue pliable enough to break the more easily.

Once you hear that “pop,” remove the drill from the vise. Next, using counterclockwise twists, simply hand-twist the chuck off the drill. It should now easily remove with only a few complete twists, and that is just about it.

To reinstall a new chuck, simply dab a dob (really, only a small dob) of Loctite onto the drill’s threaded chuck shaft. Twist and hand-tighten the chuck onto the shaft in a clockwise motion. Allow the glue set and secure to the threads for at least one-hour before using your DCD950 in any capacity. I reiterate, while it is smart to allow the Loctite to set for up to 24-hours, you must let it set for, at very least, one hour.
Does anybody know a way to remove the chuck on new model dewalt drills without cutting it up? The information in the eReplacement repair article is helpful, but my chuck looks different from the ones they're talking about.

Please help:(:confused:
WJA
Reply: Removing The Chuck On New Model ...

WJA

Hello DaveSR,

The chuck on the Dewalt DCD950 is a bit different then the standard chuck on other drills. For the purpose of helpng you remove your chuck, we have prepared an article and video to assist you. Here is the link to it. You instuctions would be shown near the end of the video or near the end of the article.

How to Remove a Drill Chuck

Hope this helps,
-WJA
ifix2ls
Reply: Removing The Chuck On New Model ...

ifix2ls

Well I looked at your video again and also read the directions but they do not come close to the chuck on the DCD 950 DeWalt. I have 3 tools that need chucks and have tried every way I know, The allen tool and hammer, channel lock pliers and even heat for the liquitite but nothing. Anyhelp would be very much appreciated!
MTR
ifix2ls
Reply: Removing The Chuck On New Model ...

ifix2ls

[I]Just found this for a DeWalt #DC901 Chuck and it works great for the DCD 950 also. As far as the heat gun or hair dryer................ I used a propane torch and it did great.[/I]

To remove the DCD950 chuck, you want to first ensure that the drill is in all the right places, positions, settings, and etc. First, ensure the tool is in low-gear. This is a stronger torque gear that is simply better suited for the intense wrenching the chuck is about to encounter. You will also want to ensure the tool is set to drill-mode, that the clutch is set at clutch setting “22,” and that the drill-chuck itself is entirely open. These few steps, while simple, are vitally important to the overall process and will literally make or break your chuck removal procedure.

The next step in removing your chuck requires a vise or vise-like mechanism to clamp the DCD 950 hammer drill. If you don’t have access to this kind of equipment, it is advised that you take the drill to a certified repair shop, or, at least, borrow someone else’s. If you do have access this kind of equipment, tightly clamp the drill-chuck (just the chuck and leaving the body of the drill entirely free) into the vise. If, for one or another reason, you wish to avoid any scratching or injury to the chuck, wrap a shop rag around it before clamping.

Using just your own body strength, whip the drill in a counterclockwise direction until the Loctite breaks. You will hear a “pop” and you will feel a significant decrease in the overall tightness of the chuck. If after a few whips the Loctite remains persistently un-brocken, you can heat it up with a heat-gun or blow-dryer. This should render the glue pliable enough to break the more easily.

Once you hear that “pop,” remove the drill from the vise. Next, using counterclockwise twists, simply hand-twist the chuck off the drill. It should now easily remove with only a few complete twists, and that is just about it.

To reinstall a new chuck, simply dab a dob (really, only a small dob) of Loctite onto the drill’s threaded chuck shaft. Twist and hand-tighten the chuck onto the shaft in a clockwise motion. Allow the glue set and secure to the threads for at least one-hour before using your DCD 950 in any capacity. I reiterate, while it is smart to allow the Loctite to set for up to 24-hours, you must let it set for, at very least, one hour.
[I]good luck and make sure you cut off the torch. lol[/I]
MTR
DaveSR
Question: 18V Drill Chuck

DaveSR

How do I replace a chuck on a DCD950 Drill it seems difficult.
Hep
WJA
Reply: 18V Drill Chuck

WJA

Hello DaveSR,

There are a couple of way chucks are mounted on to the spindle. We have prepared an article and video that I hope will assist you with the removal of yours. Here is the link to it.

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/article/890/How_to_Remove_a_Drill_Chuck.html

Hope this helps,
-WJA
tinker_bill
Reply: 18V Drill Chuck

tinker_bill

The clutch on my drill is slipping. I was going to rebuild the clutch. I watched the chuck removal video and it said to tighten the clutch before whacking the key with a hammer. My clutch slips, is there another way to restrict the movement? Can the clutch be rebuilt or is it necessary to buy a clutch assembly?
WJA
Reply: 18V Drill Chuck

WJA

Hello tinker_bill,

Definitely sounds like there is a problem in your gearcase assembly. You have two choices. You can either tear down the assembly and look for the worn or broken parts in it, replace them and rebuild the gearcase. Which is always a time consuming and very difficult job, to get every part to line up correctly. Or you can simply order a new gearcase assembly. Remove the defective on and replace it with the new one. The part number for the new gearcase is N120429SV.

Hope this helps, and good luck with your repair,

-WJA
Whizkidams
Question: Dcd950

Whizkidams

My dcd type 1 does not turn on with a full 18v battery. the light will turn on but the drill will not turn on no matter what setting i put it on. Any suggestions ??
Pete
Question: DCD950 Won

Pete

My DCD 950, Type 1, XRP Hammer Drill will not drill in 1st gear. You can hold on to the chuck and it just ratchets. I noticed that it won't do this in reverse. I disassembled the gearbox and found the wave spring, item 29, turned in on itself, and some of dogs on the shifter ring, item 33, had sloped sides. I found no other damage in the gearbox. What would be the cause of the drill to break away like this. I did clean and lightly grease all the parts in the gearbox and tried the drill again to no avail. I thank you in advance for any help.
jared
Question: Dcd 950 Chuck Removal

jared

How do I remove the chuck? Every time I try to back out a screw the chuck loosens itself immediately. I took the drill apart because the chuck does not have a screw down in it to remove it, but I could not get into it deep enough with the tools I have to actually remove the chuck. Is there something I am missing? Any help is appreciated.
Gasmandm
Question: Keyless Chuck Removal

Gasmandm

I have a Dewalt DCD950KX Type 1 18v drill and I can't figure out how to get the keyless chuck off of it to replace it?
Mark
Reply: Keyless Chuck Removal

Mark

Hello,

Replacing a drill chuck is a simple repair if you first know a couple of tricks. We have prepared an article and video that will provide you with all of the information you will need to replace your drill chuck. Your drill will be a little bit different in that there is not a chuck retaining screw. Just disregard the part about removing the screw. You can find the article and video at the following link...

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/article/890/Cordless_Drills_101.html

I hope this helps you with your repair!

-Mark
dakotamobile
Question: Dewalt Battery Parts???

dakotamobile

Hey everyone Im the newbie...

I dropped a dewalt DC9096 battery for my dcd950 drill. the housing broke.
I tried to type in that number in the ereplacementparts.com search and it didnt come up with anything.

do they sell parts for just the battery??

basically I would like to know if there is a way I can get JUST the plastic housing for a battery... so I dont have to spend 70 CLAMS on a whole new battery.... really all I need is the BLACK bottom 'bowl' part of the battery case.

All help is appreaciated.

Thanks in advance.

DOYLE
bec98x
Reply: Dewalt Battery Parts???

bec98x

Lookup battery pack rebuilders in washington state. they usuallly have good used parts.

DeWalt does not sell battery parts that I know of.
dakotamobile
Reply: Dewalt Battery Parts???

dakotamobile

Thx bec98....
I sent them an email. We'll see what they come up with.

anyone else have any ideas?

I cant be the first one to break a battery housing... what does everybody else do?
DUCT TAPE????
hahahaha
ponch37300
Reply: Dewalt Battery Parts???

ponch37300

place an add on your local craigslist for "dead" dewalt batteries. I'm sure someone has a battery that doesn't hold a charge anymore and will give or sell it to you for 5 bucks.
ponch37300
Reply: Dewalt Battery Parts???

ponch37300

There are some batteries on ebay going for really cheap right now.
Simoski
Question: Dewalt XRP 18V Chuck Wabble

Simoski

Hello,

I revieved the Dewalt XRP 18V hammer/Drill for my birthday lasy Nov 08. It's more drill than I need really but my son can have it when i'm gone. I believe it will live that long. Anyway, I've had some difficulty driving screws sometimes (bit pops out of place) but I thought it was because of the major torque this thing has. I had a freind over to help me with something and he was having the same problem. He took a close look and told me that the chuck has a very slight wabble to it. I've never dropped it from higher than my waste but like I said, I do have a son. What part do I order, how hard is it to replace and could this be a Mfg defect?
Thanks in advance.
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Accessories for the DCD950

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DW1916
1/4" x 4.0" Gold Ferrous Oxide Drill Bitt
$4.06

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DW1208
1/8" x 2.75" Metal Drill Bit
$2.15

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