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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
1
Door Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 429790-41
Discontinued
N/A
2
Latch Assembly.
Part #: 429790-42
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $4.12
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3
PCB Assembly
PCB Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 429790-43
Discontinued
N/A
4
Front HSG
Front HSG
Part #: 429790-44
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $40.41
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5
Holder Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 429790-45
Discontinued
N/A
6
Charger Assembly.
Part #: 5140019-43
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $160.68
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7
Door Rod
Door Rod
Part #: 429790-19
In stock
2 available
 $2.20
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8
Holder Basket
Holder Basket
Part #: 429790-18
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $4.46
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10
Antenna (Updated Version)
Antenna (Updated Version)
Part #: 429790-56
In stock
5 available
 $18.81
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11
Antenna Contact
Antenna Contact
Part #: 429790-47
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
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12
Housing Gasket
Housing Gasket
Part #: 429790-23
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $1.82
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13
Handle
Handle
Part #: 429790-17
In stock
2 available
 $7.31
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14
Roll Cage-Left
Roll Cage-Left
Part #: 429790-38
In stock
2 available
 $11.12
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15
Shock Mount
Shock Mount
Part #: 429790-20
In stock
3 available
 $5.73
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16
Transformer
Transformer Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 429790-48
Discontinued
N/A
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
17
Tuning Knob
Tuning Knob
Part #: 429790-09
In stock
1 available
 $2.20
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18
Mode Knob
Mode Knob
Part #: 429790-12
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $2.20
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19
Vol. Knob
Vol. Knob
Part #: 429790-10
In stock
2 available
 $2.20
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20
Foot
Foot Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 429790-49
Discontinued
N/A
21
Pad Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 429790-25
Discontinued
N/A
22
Latch Plate
Part #: 429790-50
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $1.20
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23
Cord Wrap (L)
Cord Wrap (L)
Part #: 429790-13
In stock
1 available
 $3.99
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24
Cord Wrap (R)
Cord Wrap (R)
Part #: 429790-14
In stock
2 available
 $3.93
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25
Logo Plate
Part #: 429790-51
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $4.15
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26
Power PCB Assembly
Power PCB Assembly
Part #: 429790-40
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $43.54
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27
Aux Jack Cover
Aux Jack Cover
Part #: 5140019-29
In stock
3 available
 $1.05
Add To Cart
28
Aux.Input P.C.B
Aux.Input P.C.B Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 429790-52
Discontinued
N/A
29
Roll Cage-Right
Roll Cage-Right
Part #: 429790-37
In stock
3 available
 $11.12
Add To Cart
30
Speaker Assembly
Speaker Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 429790-54
Discontinued
N/A
31
Fuse
Fuse
Part #: 5140019-09
In stock
10 available
 $2.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
32
FUSE,1A
FUSE,1A
Part #: 429790-32
In stock
7 available
 $2.99
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33
Power Cord
Power Cord
Part #: 429790-33
In stock
5 available
 $8.69
Add To Cart
34
Cord Bushing
Cord Bushing
Part #: 429790-34
In stock
1 available
 $1.20
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35
Screw
Screw
Part #: 098091-10
In stock
14 available
 $2.99
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36
Lock Screw
Lock Screw
Part #: 330045-05
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
37
Antenna
Antenna
Part #: 429790-57
In stock
6 available
 $9.88
Add To Cart
846
Hardware Bag
Hardware Bag Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 429790-53
Discontinued
N/A

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Is part # 429790-57 what I need to replace my antenna or do I need something else to adapt it to my radio Thanx Ron link removed
WJA
Reply: Antenna For DW11 Jobsite Radio

WJA

Hello gotc74,

I don't see a parts diagram for a Dewalt DW11. So I will give you two choices of antennas for two different Dewalt radio model numbers. If it is a DW911 the part for the antenna is 429790-57. If your Dewalt radio is a model number DC011, the part number for the antenna is 5140019-28.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
DBQLH
Question: DW911 Radio

DBQLH

My radio just stopped working checked this site and used your comments to get it apart. Worked great. Replaced fuse, plugged in and lights came on. Put it backed together, did not work, fuse blown. Opened unit, replaced fuse, powered up unit, worked again. Again when I placed front back on fuse blown again. Where to look for problem and answer? Please help.
WJA
Reply: DW911 Radio

WJA

Hello DBQLH,

Usually when a fuse blows as many times as yours has. It would indicate that there is a another electrical problem causing it to blow. For example transformer, PCB board,could be a number of things. Try taking it to Factory Owned Dewalt Service Center. They have a max repair rate on that model for $74.00

Good luck
-WJA
1050887
Question: Dw911 Type 1 Radio

1050887

My dw911 will only work with a battery, it will not work with the AC cord. I read a short across the yellow leads of the transformer, does this mean the transformer is no good? Both fuses are okay, no cold solders..no burnt components. Power cord is good to the circuit board. Thank you
mikesvagera
Question: Transformer #429790-48

mikesvagera

can i get this part anywhere else . can it be cross referanced
cheryl
Question: Delivery

cheryl

u got to have some idea when we are gonna receive this item.its been 4 months since i placed this order.now come on people.
WJA
Reply: Delivery

WJA

Hello cheryl,

I contacted the manufacture today regarding the delivery date on the part number, 429790-53 hardware bag. Unfortunately they cannot give a delivery date of when they will have this item available to ship. We have checked with other service centers around the country in the attempt to locate this, but we are not having any luck. As soon as we receive this item be rest assured it will be shipped to you.

-WJA
Munsen
Question: Radio Charger

Munsen

Any idea's on how to convert older DW911 to charge new Li-ion 18v? New Li-ion charger, charges the old 18v batteries, why not vice versa on the radio. Sure would be neat.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Radio Charger

Tinkerdave

Hi Munsen,
Sorry but you can't charge a Li-ion battery with a single line charger as Li-ion requires very controlled conditions in charging and discharging.Hope that helps .Good luck.
Tinker
Munsen
Reply: Radio Charger

Munsen

Do you think a retrofit is possible? I'm not sure if the new radio's charge Li-ion either. Thanks for the reply
Tinkerdave
Reply: Radio Charger

Tinkerdave

Check and see if the new radio has a Nano charger.this will charge your new Li-ion and Ni-cad batteries.hope that helps.
Tinker
Loran
Question: Dead Radio

Loran

My Radio is dead! Is there somewhere in Milwaukee where I can get it repaired?
Rod
Question: Dewalt Radio

Rod

Radio works off of battery but will not charge the battery.
UtahAV
Reply: Dewalt Radio

UtahAV

Hi Rod,

There are a couple of fuses inside your radio. Items #31 and 32, part numbers 5140019-09 and 429790-32. Sometimes these fuses will go bad. Of course a blown fuse can be a signal of a bigger problem as well. Replace the fuses. If the fuse blows again then your radio likely has a problem with one of the circuit boards.

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
I have the dw911 type 2. It wont charge or run off the battery but runs fine off 120 volts. I have replaced both fuses
KenClugston
Reply: Dw911 Won't Charge Or Run Off Ba...

KenClugston

my radio only works off a battery,willnot charge or work from 120 v cord.
Randy
Question: Radio Is Dead

Randy

A loose neutral in power source sent voltage to neutral side of plug. What would that have damaged in my DW911 radio and how could I test it to know that is the only problem it caused? The power company fixed the problem and this radio is the only thing that was damaged.
James Green
Question: Type 2 DW911

James Green

The symptom: Plays on battery but not on AC plugged in.
The failure was the printed circuit trace between the point where the power cord enters the circuit board and the second point where it feeds the power transformer.
The copper traces had vaporized. Both legs. They were totally missing.
The paths had the appearance of overheating.

Fix was to solder jumper wires between the 2 points (2 places)
When charging batteries the current between these 2 points must have exceeded the capacity of the trace to handle the load.
tim
Question: Power Cord Replacing

tim

Besides the screws on the back of the radio, what else needs to be done to open up the radio and replace the power cord?
craig
Question: AUX Troubles

craig

I like to connect my mp3 player though the aux port... I already tried multiple aux wire connectors and came to realize that the aux on my DW911 is malfunctioning; some sort of shortage. Any suggestions?
Tom
Question: AM Radio Doesn

Tom

The Am radio does not work, but the FM radio and charger do.
No noise or static coming from the AM side. Could this be the tuner (pcb asm) or something else?
jack
Question:

jack

My radio cracks when I change the stations.
Seve
Question: Charger

Seve

My radio won't charge the batteries although the light on the radio flashes showing it's charging. It then shows that the battery is charged but the battery is less than 1/4 charged. The same battery inserted in a good charger works fine.
Thanks, Steve
tony
Question: Dewalt Antenna

tony

Where do the wires from the antenna go to?
Melanie
Question: Battery Connection

Melanie

The computer board for the connection in the radio that the battery goes into is broken. Is there any way to find a new board to replace the cracked one?
Greg
Question: Battery Won

Greg

My radio works great and the battery seems to charge but the radio doesn't work on the battery alone. I have verified the battery is fully charged. Just quit for an unknown reason.
Phil
Question: Screws

Phil

Are the screws included with the feet and shock mounts because I can't see any numbers for them?
pam
Question: Fuse

pam

How do I get to the fuses? Do you have to disassemble the whole radio?
Larry W. Brewster
Reply: Fuse

Larry W. Brewster

How do you access the fuses and replace them? I have managed to open the radio without damaging it any further, other than a few screwdriver marks in the seam.
It was given to me and upon plugging it in, it does nothing. No lights or anything else.
Appreciate any information you may provide
Thank you
link removed
Bruce
Question: Antenna

Bruce

How do I tell the difference between DW911 Type 1 or Type 2.
I need a new antenna.
Mark
Reply: Antenna

Mark

Hi Bruce,

The Type number will be listed on the same tag as the model and serial numbers. If the antenna is the only part in question it looks like it is the same on either the Type 1 or 2. The antenna is part #429790-56 and is available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark

larry
Question: No Charge

larry

The battery will make radio work but when the radio is plugged into 120V it won't charge and the radio won't work. It appears that the transformer is no good?
agustin
Reply: No Charge

agustin

I have the same problem; how can I know the real problem?
Greg
Question: Fuse

Greg

What makes the fuse blow when radio is not in use?
Bill
Reply: Fuse

Bill

Most likely the fuse was blown upon plugging in the unit.
Sometimes a sudden voltage spike will occur upon plugging in the ac cord and blow the fuse, sometimes it happens so quick the unit appears to have been dead all along. The fuse used in this unit is only 1 amp and will tend to blow quite easily. I've seen many fuses blow due to the radio being plugged into an extension cord that was also supplying power to a circular saw or similar, the sudden power drop and spike when the saw is started and stopped is enough to pop the fuse. Hope this helps you
Jeff
Question: DW911

Jeff

Nothing works on the radio when the cord is plugged in and the battery is out. Radio does work with battery.
Bill
Reply: DW911

Bill

I Had the same problem and it was the 1 amp fuse on the pcb board next to the transformer. At first glance the fuse appeared good, but a quick test for continuity showed that it was in fact no good.
ron t
Reply: DW911

ron t

The same thing has happened to mine twice. Although the fuse looked good, it was bad. Temporarily bridge the fuse holder and the radio will come on. I replaced the 1A fuse both times and it works great again. When ordering a replacement fuse, order a few extras, they're cheap.
STEVEN TARAS
Question: MY UNIT IS ALMOST NEW

STEVEN TARAS

I used it to charge a battery. It worked fine. I went to turn the radio on and it was completely dead. Where are the fuses and how do I get to them?
Paul
Question: Radio Charger Transformer

Paul

Does anyone know the voltage of the built in transformer (usually part 14 or 16 in the schematics)?
My radio was unknowingly plugged into a 240v circuit. It worked for about a minute, then nothing. What do I need to fix the radio? Fuses? transformer? or something else?
Mike
Reply: Plugged Into A 240v Circuit.

Mike

I would try a fuse first. I've changed mine twice.
kenny
Reply: Plugged Into A 240v Circuit.

kenny

New fuse did not work. Is it the transformer? Can I ohm it? And how?
Tim
Question: DW911 Case Won

Tim

I have the same problem as the other guy, the case seems to be glued shut. Any suggestions?
Mike
Reply: DW911 Case Won

Mike

I had to use a screwdriver to pry it apart.
marty
Reply: DW911 Case Won

marty

The newest model radio has 2 small screws in the back next to the bottom handle. I almost broke my radio before I figured it out.
gatorjoe
Reply: DW911 Case Won

gatorjoe

I had this same problem. For cosmetic reasons, pry open the bottom seam about 4 inches in on each side. Use two screwdrivers one to hold open position and the other to work your way down the seam. Once you get the bottom---the sides and top will fall open. Then unplug the two small multi-plugs to separate the front completely. I had some major pry marks on the bottom to finally get mine open. Not a real good design for separation. They should have put separation slots with arrows to "PRY HERE". Once you get it open, you will see and understand the guides and snap locks they connect with. I marked mine with a black marker. The fuse will not appear to be blown but it is. Check with ohm meter to prove. Good luck. Gator Joe. Ocala, Forest
Phil
Reply: DW911 Case Won

Phil

I had to open the case, I found this to work well. I removed all 8 screws, and put 4 back in but only slightly tightened to get the screw about 2-3 threads in. I placed the Phillips screw driver in the screw head and popped the top of the screw driver with a rubber mallet, rotating around the radio. That seemed to break the seal and the front popped off without and pry marks. Good luck. (Like the guy above I plugged mine into 220v, seems to have fried the transformer - I hope. Glad I could find one on this site).
JerryK
Reply: DW911 Case Won

JerryK

I did as Phil did in Response #4: Took all eight screws out, then replaced two long screws in each end, backing them out 2 complete turns each; then took rubber mallet and long phillips screwdriver and tapped firmly on each screw 2-3 times. Front popped off and no unsightly pry marks marks on seam.
284075
Question: Radio

plbrew

trying to take apart radio to see if the fuse blew. Can't figure how to disassemble. any help?
I picked up a used DW911 worksite radio/charger with a missing antenna,
I've been told this happens a lot with these units, has anyone replced one
of these parts (part #429790-56) and do you have any tips?
canadianmuskie
Question: Trouble With Dewalt DW911

canadianmuskie

I have the older model DW911 radio/charger. I tried to remove the front case cover on the radio after removing the 8 screws but front cover will not come off case? any suggestions on removing, seems like it's glued on
This charger is a older version the pcb board use to blow fuses about once a week , now when I was using it last just listing to the radio it stopped . I checked the fus and it was blown again I replaced the fuse and still nothing . I checked the voltage on the board and it was zero . I ordered a new PCB board accordind to the model # , when I recieved it I noticed it was different. The new on is missing wires going from B+ AND B- going to the battery location also wires from A1 AND A2 going to the transformer. Do I have to un soder the wires from the old board and put them on the new one. Any info on this subject will be helpful. THANKS,
cmoorejack
Reply: Dewalt Dw 911 Work Site Radio/ ...

cmoorejack

Hey shocker,
You do have to unsolder the wires from the old board and solder to the new board..be sure and not to get too hot as it will damage the board...:o
hope this helps..
cmoorejack
shocker
Reply: Dewalt Dw 911 Work Site Radio/ ...

shocker

I am trying to put the PCB board back in the charger the soldering went ok. My problem is the 4 WIRES that go to =AC5 AC6 CH- CH+ I don' t know where the go ,the wires colors are white brown black blue. I should have taken a picture of the wires before I took them off, any help with this problem sounds easy if I can find a picture of this but I can not find any. THANKS , ANDY
fancyboxy