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KIT,1/2 Det.Pin

Part Number: 94783-00
Black and Decker
Availability: 11 in stock
Leaves our warehouse within 1 business day.
Price: $8.10

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First I would recommend getting another drive pin(#47)(or if you order the kit it appears this will come with it). Drive the old pin half way out. Then get a set of wire cutters/diagnol cutting pliers. Pry both the old pin and the new pin all the way out. There is a spring (#18) underneath the detent pin. Once you have both pins out you should be able to remove the detent pin with a small magnet or tap on the head of the impact with the pin being upside down. Start to put your pin (#47) a light tap of a hammer just enough to get it started. If you drive it in too far you will not be able to continue just pry it out a little bit. If you have purchased the kit you have a new spring that will go in the bottom of the hole. Then you put your detent pin on top of the spring flat side against the spring. Lightly press the detent pin on top of the spring and hold whlie continuing to driving in your pin (#47). Once the pin is in enough it will hold the spring and detent pin then put the anvil on something solid and finish driving your pin.

Hope this helps!
Product Information
Manufacturer: DeWALT, Black and Decker
Category Number: 94783-00
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
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