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8Special Screw
Part #: 384844-00
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10Screw
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11Field Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 624158-00
Discontinued
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12Armature (includes figure# 60, but not figure# 18) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 383652-08S
Note: Includes Figures 60, 80
Discontinued
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13Field Case
Part #: 383151-00
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14End Cap
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15Fan Baffle
Part #: 383167-00
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16Brush Ring Asm
Part #: 383685-01SV
Note: Includes Figures 61, 62
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17Arm/Gear Case
Part #: 386628-00SV
Note: Includes Figures 18, 19, 87
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18Ball Bearing (6202)
Part #: 330003-13
Note: Included In Figure 17
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19Ball Bearing (6001DW)
Part #: 330003-64
Note: Included In Figure 17
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21
Gear Case Cov
Part #: 383158-00SV
Note: Includes Figures 63 - 67
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22Guard Assembly
Part #: 386527-02
Note: Includes Figures 8, 23, 68, 86
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23Spark Guard Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 383175-00
Note: Included In Figure 22
Discontinued
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24Inner Cl.Washer
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25Otr CLMP Washer
Part #: 382884-00
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26Screw
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27Washer
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28Blade Lock Pin
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29Compr Spring
Part #: 384716-00
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30Switch Kit
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31Switch Kit
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32Switch Kit
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33Screw
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34Compr Spring
Part #: 387282-00
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35Pivot Bracket
Part #: 383168-00SV
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36Pivot Shaft
Part #: 383118-00
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37Lock-Down Pin
Part #: 383148-00
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39Fence Assembly
Part #: 384137-00
Note: Includes Figures 70 -74
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40Vise Assembly
Part #: 384180-00S
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41
Base
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42Foot
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43Spark Deflector
Part #: 384159-00
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44Taptite Screw
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45Cordset
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46
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47Lead Wire
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48Lead Wire
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49Wrench Holder
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50Nameplate
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51ID Label
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60Ball Bearing (6000DU)
Part #: 330003-17
Note: Included In Figure 12
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61Torsion Spring
Part #: 384612-00
Note: Included In Figure 16
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62Brush (Sold Individually)
Part #: 384613-01
Note: Included In Figure 16; Sold Individually - Order Two For A Set
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63Ball Bearing
Part #: 146555-01
Note: Included In Figure 21
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64Spindle
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65Square Key
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66Gear
Part #: 386277-00
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67Ball Bearing (6001Z)
Part #: 330003-09
Note: Included In Figure 21
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68Rubber Stop
Part #: 386526-00
Note: Included In Figure 22
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70Plate Lock
Part #: 391459-00
Note: Included In Figure 39
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71Fence
Part #: 382677-00
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Cam Lever Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 382540-00
Note: Included In Figure 39
Discontinued
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73Clamp Block
Part #: 383254-00
Note: Included In Figure 39
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74Screw
Part #: 383450-00
Note: Included In Figure 39
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75Vise Handle
Part #: 383252-00
Note: Included In Figure 40
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76Pin,Roll
Part #: 330036-08
Note: Included In Figure 40
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77Threaded Rod
Part #: 395856-00
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78Washers
Part #: 384365-00
Note: Included In Figure 40
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79Washer
Part #: 607592-00
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80Retaining Ring
Part #: 144803-00
Note: Included In Figure 12
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81Retaining Ring
Part #: 383169-00
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82Pin
Part #: 5140000-11
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83Vise Jaw
Part #: 607278-00
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84Dowel Pin
Part #: 386525-01
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85Vise Lock
Part #: 383828-00
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86Nut,Lock
Part #: 148641-00
Note: Included In Figure 22
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87Dowel Pin
Part #: 386525-00
Note: Included In Figures 17 and 35
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88Plug
Part #: 033055-00
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89Saddle
Part #: 383451-00
Note: Included In Figure 40
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90Tubing
Part #: 386998-00
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93Lock Washer
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108
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rlvirant
Question: Armature Verse Fields?

rlvirant

The armature is 'arching' very badly.
That Com Bar is high the rest are OK.
Open or Shorted turn cause this?
Applied DC to fields - from a 15vdc supply - and from that it appears that both create same mag field. Ran it on 15vdc and armature still arch's.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Armature Verse Fields?

Tinkerdave

Hi rlvirant,
Generally what causes this is heat issues.The temp get high enough that the laminates start to break down. If the field and armature winding looks the color of dark red or purple its a sign of a heat problem.You would then need to replace both the field and armature to do a clean repair. Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
rlvirant
Reply: Armature Verse Fields?

rlvirant

Thanks
The field has NO dis-coloration. The armature windings are alittle more difficult to detect. In this case the arm windings are poorly wound - loose. The epoxy didn't bind the individual windings inplace. Heat? maybe but question remains Open or shorted turn? I soldered the supected turm at the riser but didnt' help - if open - it should have lessened the arching NO?
I do work with industrial motors(frac to 5000hp) Reliance Electric so I have a good basic understanding of a DC motor but not enough to get thru this one. That's when I call a motor expert.
Still need some guidance.
721445
Question: Armature?

fatdog

Ok so I was using my dewalt dw871 the other day and the all of the sudden it lost power and started smoking and sparking at the brushes. I took the brushes out and they looked good as well as the springs holding them in. So I shined up the armature where the brushes make contact, reassembled and still the same. Will a new armature fix the problem or is the field suspect as well? One or the other would be worth replacing but probably not both. What is the general concensus? Any input would be greatly appreciated.
WJA
Reply: Armature?

WJA

Cut-off saws, as do other power tools get a good work out when they are used, and under heavy loads the motor will get hot and eventually breakdown the insulation on the windings of the armature and field causing them to short out. Look again at the armature to see if any of the commutator bars are discolored or raised up higher than the others. If so replace the armature. If not, it's sometimes a tough call to tell if it is the armature or field are bad. Most qualified repair shops will have a piece of test equipment in the shop called a "high-pot tester" in their shop to test the parts in question. You might ask one to test your parts.

Good luck,
WJA
donald
Question: Brush Replacement

donald

How do you install new brushes in a dewalt dw871 type 1?
dale
Question: Same Field

dale

I have a dw871-xe type 1 14" chopsaw and it needs a new field. Is it the same model as the dw871 type 1 14" chopsaw?
Mark
Reply: Same Field

Mark

Hi Dale,

From what I can tell, the DW871-XE was not built for the US market. It appears that it is most common in Australia. I believe that it runs off of 240V power so the field from the DW871 will not be compatible as it is wired for 120V operation.

Thanks!

-Mark
Clint
Question: Brushes On Armature

Clint

How do you replace the brushes on the DW871 chop saw?
hdhick
Question: Dewalt Dw871 Gaurd

hdhick

The company I work for has a couple of dewalt dw871 both of which has gaurds that drop down completely, any help towards info for repairing these would be helpful and appreciatted. Harry
duseknic
Question: DeWalt 871 Motor Problems

duseknic

I have a Dewalt 871 metal chop saw. When you start the trigger it makes all kinds of sparks around the armature and brushes, and doesn't get up to full speed. I replaced the brushes but this didn't help anything. I really don't know much about electric motors but I don't thing anything looks real bad or out of place.
cmoorejack
Reply: DeWalt 871 Motor Problems

cmoorejack

Hey duseknic,
It sounds like you have a shorted armature and or field.. The armature is usually tested with a test growler..but you can look for discoloration.. an open between the commutator bars..anything that kind of sticks out like a sore thumb..so to speak..:)
If your saw isn't tripping your breaker you may get away with just replacing the armature.[usually when the breaker trips both components are bad and it may not be economical to repair..]
There is also a number of posts on this website about this type of tool that can provide you with more troubleshooting info to aid you in your repair..parts avail at ereplacementparts.com
Hope this is helpful..
Craig
mike Jensen
Question: Dewalt Dw871 Type 1

mike Jensen

I need to remove the armature and install a new one I have the saw broken down but can some one tell me how to remove the armature. does the spindle that attaches to the end of the armature have threads and if so clockwise or counter clockwise ? If not threads, how can I get it removed to install the new one. Thanks for any help I can receive on this issue.
Mike Jensen
cmoorejack
Reply: Dewalt Dw871 Type 1

cmoorejack

Hey mike,
Dang..this can be a tough one..sometimes you can rock the armature back and forth[..or is that to and fro..?] :) and pull it out..however, this armature is in there so tight [the bearing is tight in the housing] that you will need to go in thru the gear side and knock it out with a hammer and punch..since you are replacing it anyway you wont have to worry about damaging it too much..[if you tap it out so far you may be able to finish pulling it out by hand so it doesn't fly across the room..also be sure and put the cat outside to prevent the chance of injury..!] when you go to reinstall the new one it might be a good idea to emery cloth the inside of the housing where the bearing fits so it wont be so tight..!..
Anyway..that has been my experience with this particular model..
hope this helps..?
Craig
mike Jensen
Reply: Dewalt Dw871 Type 1

mike Jensen

Craig;
I will give it a heave ho and see what happens, thanks to you I now know what I should be doing to remove it. Do you think it is worth fixing at $85. for a new armature, guess it will give me something to do and keep me out of trouble.
Thanks for your expert advice.
Mike Jensen
cmoorejack
Reply: Dewalt Dw871 Type 1

cmoorejack

Mike,
I just responded to your private message thu the system but will post here for others..:)
You asked about the quality of the dw871 saw or a good middle of the road cut off saw..
The dw 871 is actually a very good saw..The most important thing to remember is not to bog down the tool and to use high grade cut off wheels..I once had a customer bring in a cut off saw that he had replaced several times [under warranty] from a local hardware store..his complaint was no power and that it was a piece of doo doo ..he was very fond of this particular brand [milwaukee] and was disappointed in the manufacturer..
The saw checked out ok..I asked the customer to bring in his cut off wheel and he demonstrated to me what a piece of CRAP it was..[it absolutely would not cut thu the material..] I then installed a GOOD cut off wheel and it cut thu the pipe like butter..:)
The customer then informed me that there was no way he was gong to pay 8 dollars for a wheel when he could get them for 2 bucks at a discount store and then proceeded to storm out with his saw...sigh..Anyhoo..this is just 1 story of many and I'm sure that repair techs all over the country have many of their own..Thanks for letting me share..:D
Craig
mike Jensen
Reply: Dewalt Dw871 Type 1

mike Jensen

cmoorejack:
Craig:
Well I have the new armature and took emery cloth like you said to the seat where the larger bearing on the shaft goes. Now I have another question for you, should I have of ordered a new bearing for there or can the old one be removed from that shaft somehow and reused?
It seems like the old bearing is in good shape but a new one is only $ 4 or so. If I need to order a new bearing how is it attached to the new armature shaft, is it pressed on or is there a key or snap ring that I can not see?
Sure are glad you are there to help out this old retired guy, I am having fun though thanks to you.
Mike Jensen
cmoorejack
Reply: Dewalt Dw871 Type 1

cmoorejack

Hey Mike,
It is a lot easier to just install the new bearing instead of removing and then installing..:)
The $4 will be well spent as far as time is concerned..
The bearing is pressed on ..so to install you can gently tap on with a hammer and a deep well socket lined up against the inner race of the bearing..or if you have a bench vice you can open the jaws wide enough to support the bearing and gently tap the armature thru the bearing..[a heavy soft blow hammer might be best for this]..There is a snap ring that the new bearing will set up against already on the the new armature so no worries there..the repair industry use's an arbor press and or bearing pushers [also bearing pullers] but you should be able to make do with what you have as long as you use caution and have a can do attitude..! :cool:
Craig
mike Jensen
Reply: Dewalt Dw871 Type 1

mike Jensen

Cmoorejack:
Craig:
I have the saw back together and guess what, IT WORKS LIKE A CHAMP !!!
Thanks so very much for your help, you made it all happen.

Mike Jensen
Story City, Iowa
Happy user of a rebuilt Dewalt 871 Chop Saw
oneballjaywax
Question: Dewalt Chop Saw DW871 Type 1 Pro...

oneballjaywax

Well just placed an order for some brushes for a Dewalt Chop Saw DW871, hopefully that will solve my problem...tell me what you think.
I have owned this chop saw for a good number a year and just recently it has begun blowing the outlet in which its plugged. The outlet has been replaced (w/ another GFCI outlet) and it is a direct run to the circuit breaker panel (only outlet on the line w/ 20 amp d-square breaker) so to sum it up it HAS to be the chop saw...it worked like a champ on this outlet along w/ other outlets until recent.

I read on a forum that worn motor brushes (in general) can sometimes cause breakers to pop...killing the juice to the chop saw and making it useless. The thing stops working just from turning it on....with zero load/not cutting anything.
That about it.Any input would be appreciated as this is confusing the hell out of me.
cmoorejack
Reply: Dewalt Chop Saw DW871 Type 1 Pro...

cmoorejack

Hey oneballjaywax,
If it is still throwing out the new breaker..you may have a shorted armature and or field..I have worked on quite a few of these and usually that is the case..if the machine sounds kinda funny and runs slower that is a sign [without using an amp meter!] of course if you cant even get it to start without throwing the circuit it is hard to tell..ugh!
hopefully the brush's take care of it...but if the armature or field is bad..it may not be worth repair..
hope this helps?:)
Craig
buildthings79
Reply: Dewalt Chop Saw DW871 Type 1 Pro...

buildthings79

I know exactly what the problem is. I went through the same thing. This is straight from dewalt's mouth too. The DW 871 was a great saw with only one problem, The startup current draw exceeded 20 amps. I went through three off these saws ( returning them to the store) before Dewalt told me to to change the breaker in my service panel to a 30 amp SLOW BLOW breaker. Dewalt says that the startup current can reach 27 amps just for a breif moment to get the saw up to speed. Now I know what your thinking, this cant be safe to do if the wire in the wall is rated to 20 amps. This is only for a split second that it draws that much. Just remember what outlet to plug it into . It also makes it worse if its plugged into a GFCI breaker because they are designed to blow at the slightest increase in current.
Oh yeah and the more you blow a breaker the less effective it becomes. Breakers are only designed to only be triped about 10 to 15 times so if you keep blowing one over and over again I wouldn't trust that breaker any more. This was told to me by a master electrician. He also said that the larger the breaker the less times it can be tripped. Breakers in huge factories are supposed to replaced every time they are tripped( that can get expensive).
I hope this sheds some light on it. Dewalt has fixed the problem on the newer models. My friend bought a newer chop saw and ran it on and extension cord on a 20 amp breaker with no problem. Extension cords can be a big part of the problem too. The smaller gauge and longer the length the more the saw has to work to get up to speed because of the voltage drop. This makes the saw draw more current or Amps to compensate for the lose.
junkyarddog
Question: Please Help! Dw871 Chop Saw

junkyarddog

i have a type 1 dewalt dw871 chop saw. when i plug it up it will turn on but the spindle doesnt turn. it sounds normal but when i manually try to turn the spindle (with the wheel off) it kinda makes a grinding noise. its not the brushes if it will turn on correct?? any help would be appreciated greatly as i am not smart enough to fix this thing...haha thank yall so much
cmoorejack
Reply: Please Help! Dw871 Chop Saw

cmoorejack

Hey Junkyarddog,
ugh..your gears are stripped and the armature is part of the gear train..this one is probably not cost effective...ouch..:(
hope this helps..
Craig
junkyarddog
Reply: Please Help! Dw871 Chop Saw

junkyarddog

hey thank you so much you have been really helpful. i really appreciate the info i won't waste my time then i will just buy a new one. once again thanks for all your help
dionbill
Reply: Please Help! Dw871 Chop Saw

dionbill

i have a dw871 that smokes when i am done operateing it, also notice power loss during operation , do any one help me.
Disgruntled
Review: DeWALT - DW871 Won't Go
2 star
Disgruntled
As soon as you pull the trigger, the breaker pops. From looking at the reviews, it is a common problem with this
saw. The question is, is it worth fixing? Thought Dewalts
were supposed to be good!
loyal but bitter
Review: DeWALT - DW871
1 star
loyal but bitter
i have owned dewalt tools all my adult life and have never had one made like this one it was this worst example of a company trying to cheapen a product down i have ever encountered. I swear by my other dewalt tools but swear at this one just had the drive go out of it and was told not worth fixing they are just junk and i was screwed. I hope you forward this to your engineering dept or the bean counters who think that screwing over honest customers is worth the few dollars you saved but i wont buy the next one from you thats for sure so add that up and see how good of an idea that it was to cheat a loyal customer by creating a cheap version of the 872 . if your looking at one dont bother with the 871
mr disapointed
Review: DeWALT - DW871
1 star
mr disapointed
trying to get parts for dewalts tools i can go to the moon and back faster Crap.
Gary
Review: DeWALT - DW871
1 star
Gary
tool stinks barely used it & armiture burned out. Will look for diffent brand.
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