Repair Forum     Repair Center    Blog
Sign In Support Shopping Cart
Authentic Parts
      Call us toll free 866-802-6383
8:00AM-10:00PM Mon-Fri, ET
9:00AM-8:00PM Sat, ET
Repair Parts Home    Power Tool Parts    DeWALT Parts    DeWALT Electric Drill Parts    DeWALT DWD110 3/8 Drill Parts
DeWALT DWD110 3/8 Drill dewalt logo

 DeWALT DWD110 3/8 Drill Parts

Page A

 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
1496251-00
Armature Assembly
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
 $158.96
4643441-00
Field
In stock
5 available
 $18.87
5653476-00
Armature
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
 $56.09
6649381-00
VSR Switch
In stock
25+ available
 $25.94
7330005-01
Cord Protector
In stock
25+ available
 $4.75
8330072-98
Power Cord - 8', 18 Gauge, 2-Wire
In stock
25+ available
 $12.14
9647142-02
Brush Box Assembly
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
 $3.30
10647142-03
Brush Box Assembly
In stock
3 available
 $3.30
11649380-00
Brush
In stock
25+ available
 $1.52
12330019-13
Screw,M4X19
In stock
25+ available
 $1.12
13143845-00L
Level
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $1.77
14655012-00
Nameplate
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
 $0.94
15655011-00
ID Label
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
 $0.99
16464292-00
Deflector
In stock
2 available
 $1.12
21330003-04
Ball Bearing (608D)
In stock
25+ available
 $10.32
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
22389216-00
Gear
In stock
1 available
 $6.23
23605040-23
Ball Bearing
In stock
2 available
 $5.37
24658145-00
Spindle
In stock
2 available
 $5.76
25330075-46
Keyless Chuck (Jacobs, 3/8
In stock
25+ available
 $46.70
283484-01
Grease,32 Oz.
In stock
2 available
 $81.63
761995-01
Grease, 6 Oz (Oem)
In stock
2 available
 $34.09
861653885-00
Kit Box
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
 $22.94

Enter your engine's type number in this search field to show the parts that match your engine.

Your engine's type number is the second part of the model number stamped on your Briggs & Stratton engine (see picture).

Drill Parts  Electric Drill Parts  Drill Parts

Repair Articles

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.
How to Remove an Armature Bearing with a Vise
How to Remove an Armature Bearing with a Vise

This article explains one backup method for removing armature bearings when a bearing puller isn't available.
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.
Electric Power Tool Parts 101
Electric Power Tool Parts 101

This article defines the basic parts of most power tools, explains how they work, and what to look for when they stop working.
Repair Stories
Symptom:
Broken Gear
Parts Used:
Part Number:
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Entry Date:2013-12-13 10:05:24
0 of 0 customers found these instructions helpful
By overusing the drill working with a big concrete bit, the gear broke..
1)- disconnect the drill., 2)-use a Phillips screwdriver to open the drill,once you open it note how the armature assembly is installed, you can put it back in the same way it was., 3)-pull out the armature, carefully use the vise clamp to hold it and with the hammer to knock it and take out the ball bearing then the gear but make sure not to knock the pin too hard because it can get damage., 4)-put back the new gear then the ball bearing, if necessary put some grease by the gear and bearing., 5)- close it back, test it and that\'s it....
Did these repair instructions help you?
Discussion
Discussion for the DeWALT DWD110 3/8 Drill

Post a Comment
Login or signup to comment.
Login or signup to comment.
Ask a question, answer a question, or post a comment!
  • Subject:
  •  
  • Comment:
  •  
I have a dewalt DWD110 cord drill. I am getting
110 v. through the switch. But I can't get anything to run. I don't know where it is loosing power.
ringo
Question: Keyless Chuck

ringo

My chuck is hard to open and close. What parts do I need to repair the problem?
Tinkerdave
Reply: Keyless Chuck

Tinkerdave

Hi ringo,
You'll need to replace the chuck 330075-46 Keyless Chuck (Jacobs, 3/8. Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
1133700
Question: Chuch Will Not Open Or Shut

1133700

I have a Dewalt DWD110 3/8 drill. I probley abused the drill and now the keyless chuck is very hard to open and close. What parts do I need to repair my favorite drill?

Thanks
Tinkerdave
Reply: Chuch Will Not Open Or Shut

Tinkerdave

Hi,
You'll need to replace the chuck 330075-46 Keyless Chuck (Jacobs, 3/8. Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Bill Schechter
Question: Dewalt 3/8 Drill

Bill Schechter

How do I remove the chuck to replace it with a 1/2 in.
chuck
Jeff
Question: Chuck

Jeff

How do I remove the chuck from a DWD110?
Bill
Reply: Chuck

Bill

How do I remove the chuck from a DWD110?
FFF
Reply: Chuck

FFF

There is no screw in the bottom of the chuck. Just tighten a large hex-wrench in the chuck, hold the drill in the vice, and rapidly hit the wrench! The chuck is on a reverse thread and will easily come off.
Ronny Price
Question: Electric Short

Ronny Price

I have a dewalt DWD110 drill that started throwing sparks out of it. Do you think that it could be the brushes?
Mark
Reply: Electric Short

Mark

Hi Ronny,

Typically heavy arching and sparks are caused by a bad armature. The brushes will also need replacing and you will want to inspect the field for any signs of damage.

The armature is part #653476-00, the field is part #643441-00 and the brushes are part #649380-00. All of these parts are available from http://ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
622153
Question: DeWalt DWD110 Gear Replacement

djabel422

Hello,

I have a DWD110 3/8 drill. The larger toothed gear, not the worm gear is trashed.
The gear that needs replaced is illustrated here as part #22
DeWALT DWD110 Parts List and Diagram : eReplacementParts.com

My question is, how do I get to it? I have the drill apart, however the gear is restricted from coming off the drive shaft on either end by bearings. Looking at the exploded view it looks as though it would only come off the rear of the shaft by removing the bearing shown as #21. It looks as though there is a collar on the other end of the shaft that would prevent the gear from sliding off that direction.

So, how do I remove the bearing? I am a pretty handy guy with a decent compliment of tools but am trying to do as little damage as possible. Will I have to cut the bearing off and replace it with a new one and a new gear? I do not have a shop press and was intending on replacing the bearing by tapping it back on with a socket and hammer, I know not the ideal way.

Any and all help is greatly appreciated!
MartinEdm
Reply: DeWalt DWD110 Gear Replacement

MartinEdm

By using a gear puller, first remove the bearing #21 P/N 330003-04, then remove the Gear #22 P/N 389216-00. similar to:

(link removed Mechanix%26%20153 1-Ton 3-in. Gear Puller.jsp?locale=en)
Accessories
Accessories for the DWD110

Hole Saws:
See more hole saws 
49-56-0193
3-1/2" Hole Saw - 5/8"-18 Thread
$17.72

49-56-0117
2" Hole Saw - 5/8"-18 Thread
$13.18

49-56-0062
1-1/4" Hole Saw - 5/8"-18 Thread
$12.18

fancyboxy