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 Makita 5007NBK Type 1 7-1/4" 15A Heavy-Gauge Aluminium Base Circular Saw Parts

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1241513-4
Fan 92
Ships in 4 - 7 business days
 $4.12
2514856-0
Armature Assembly 115V
Ships in 4 - 7 business days
 $112.04
3618613-2
Ins. Washer Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
4211033-2
Ball Bearing
In stock
6 available
 $8.93
5524536-0
Field Assembly 115V
Ships in 4 - 7 business days
 $72.22
6266020-6
Tapping Screw 4X12
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
7651172-0
Switch (Ac/Dc)
In stock
25+ available
 $15.33
8911148-2
Pan Head Screw M4X25
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
9953106-2
Rivet 0-5
In stock
25+ available
 $0.30
11911273-9
P.H. Screw M5X50
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
12152928-9
Motor Housing
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3 available
 $21.75
13CB154
Carbon Brush Set
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 $8.24
14643650-4
Brush Holder Cap 6.513.5
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 $2.99
15682505-8
Cord Guard / Strain Reliever
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25+ available
 $3.99
16687001-1
Strain Relief
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4 available
 $3.99
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
17265995-6
Tapping Screw 4X18
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25+ available
 $1.99
18654020-2
Garter Spring
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16 available
 $1.99
19410201-6
Handle Cover
In stock
2 available
 $8.13
20664265-4
Power Cord - 8', 16 Gauge, 2-Wire
In stock
25+ available
 $17.74
21911280-2
Tapping Screw 5X55
Ships in 4 - 7 business days
 $1.33
22251644-1
Bolt M8X20 (Right Thread)
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13 available
 $3.99
23224275-9
Outer Flange
In stock
12 available
 $5.95
24224151-7
Inner Flange
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11 available
 $7.56
25961201-4
Retaining Ring S-42
In stock
12 available
 $3.99
26231806-7
Tension Spring 4
In stock
16 available
 $2.99
27285807-7
Bearing Retainer 22-36
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
28323789-6
Spindle
In stock
2 available
 $10.53
29254032-1
Woodruff Key 5
In stock
2 available
 $1.49
30211206-7
Ball Bearing
In stock
10 available
 $11.22
31251247-1
P.H. Screw M6X20
In stock
8 available
 $3.99
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
32262502-6
Rubber Sleeve 6
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
154321-3
Blade Case Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
154321-3
Blade Case Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
34211106-1
Ball Bearing
In stock
7 available
 $13.39
35213102-5
Dust Seal 12
In stock
2 available
 $1.49
36163113-9
Shaft Lock
In stock
2 available
 $4.47
37931402-8
Hex. Nut M8
In stock
11 available
 $3.99
38911106-8
P.H. Screw M4X8
In stock
15 available
 $2.99
39341415-5
Lock Plate
In stock
9 available
 $3.99
40341416-3
Lever Plate
In stock
9 available
 $3.99
41941201-0
Flat Washer 8
In stock
11 available
 $3.99
42212052-1
N. Bearing 1010
In stock
2 available
 $7.56
43961055-9
Retaining Ring S-15
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
44221647-9
Helical Gear 39
Ships in 4 - 7 business days
 $21.29
45257064-7
Ring 15
In stock
2 available
 $1.49
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
46321061-0
Bearing Box
Ships in 4 - 7 business days
 $27.47
47911126-2
Pan Head Screw M4X16
In stock
12 available
 $0.35
48317436-9
Safety Cover
In stock
8 available
 $13.62
49341417-1
Lever
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
50911111-5
Screw M4X10
In stock
23 available
 $1.99
51251858-2
Screw M6X15
In stock
11 available
 $3.99
52951225-8
Spring Pin 6-40
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
53251920-3
C.S.N. Bolt M6X30
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
54253069-5
Flat Washer 12
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
55912207-5
Screw M5X12
In stock
12 available
 $1.99
56251918-0
C.S.N. Bolt M8X24
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
57163378-3
Base / Shoe
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12 available
 $17.74
58163248-6
Angular Plate
Ships in 4 - 7 business days
 $22.43
59941151-9
Flat Washer 6
In stock
8 available
 $3.99
60942151-2
Spring Washer 6
In stock
9 available
 $3.99
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
61252624-0
Wing Nut M6
In stock
8 available
 $3.99
62652021-4
Switch Screw
In stock
4 available
 $2.99
63266213-5
Screw M5X12
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
64415603-1
Fan Guide
Ships in 4 - 7 business days
 $2.98
66962153-2
Retaining Ring
In stock
1 available
 $1.33

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1041919
Question: Brushes For 5007nb

1041919

My saw was working perfectly fine. The manual recommended regular inspection of the brushes. I removed the caps, inspected the brushes and there was no wear at all. I replaced the brushes and now the saw will not run. Power goes to the motor, but the blade does not spin. I have removed the brushes and replaced them over and over but to no avail. Same issue. I can hear the motor hum, my workshop lights dim a bit (so amperage seems good), the noise is a loud clunking/grinding type sound inside the housing but the blade barely moves. Can anyone help me?
Tinkerdave
Reply: Brushes For 5007nb

Tinkerdave

Hi,
Well I'm confused by the sequence of events.That normally sounds like a spun bearing.With the saw unplugged can you rotate the blade .Are you saying that this problem happened after you removed and reinstalled the brushes.When you mention that the lights dim in the shop it sounds like something is binding up the motor.That would generally be a bearing.Any extra information on the problem would help.
Tinker
Tesla_Tech
Reply: Brushes For 5007nb

Tesla_Tech

[QUOTE=Tinkerdave;79605]Hi,
Well I'm confused by the sequence of events.That normally sounds like a spun bearing.With the saw unplugged can you rotate the blade .Are you saying that this problem happened after you removed and reinstalled the brushes.When you mention that the lights dim in the shop it sounds like something is binding up the motor.That would generally be a bearing.Any extra information on the problem would help.
Tinker"


link removed

...or possibly the blade shaft lock lever is partially engaged.
my angular plate cracked.
it looks like there is a compression retainer type piece that holds the base to the plastic housing. Is it necessary to have special tools to remove and replace this retainer sleeve?
WJA
Reply: Angular Plate Removal/replacemen...

WJA

Hello 1174241,

I've looked at the 163248-6 angular plate that you have questions about. As you know it is all metal fabrication. But I cannot see the compression retainer piece that you are speaking about. I've looked at a few tool diagrams the use the angular piece. If you could post the model number of your tool and the part number of the part you are speaking of. I hope that I will be able to answer your question.

-WJA
How do I connect the brush terminals from the field to the brush sockets?

Thanx to whomever can answer this.
kbuffett
Reply: Connecting Brush Terminals To So...

kbuffett

use a box end wrench that just fits over brush socket start from one side and roll the field spring over socket
CHARLES
Question: BRUSHES

CHARLES

HOW DO YOU REMOVE BRUSHES FROM MAKITA SKILL SAW?
I REMOVED THE CAPS BUT THEY WILL NOT COME OUT.
Bob B
Question: Depth Setting

Bob B

I have a Makita 5007NB circular saw. The lever that locks the depth of the cut doesn't lock down. I may be in the middle of a job and the saw will not hold the depth of cut I have set. I've fooled around (trial & error) trying to get it to firmly hold the depth of cut setting without reliable results. I'm wondering if there is a cam in the lever assembly or if replacing a series of components will restore reliable use. The blow up on the website shows parts that may be involved [37-41, 54, 56] but I can't see if they may be the solution. Meanwhile, I'll try Mark's suggestion to John's Loose Shoe question. - More trial & error?

Thanks.
Colliemutt
Reply: Depth Setting

Colliemutt

I am having the exact same lever-lock problem with my Makita 5007NB and would like to know if you found the solution or which parts you needed. Thanks.
Steve112
Reply: Depth Setting

Steve112

I had the same problem with a slipping depth lock. What worked for me:

Remove P.H. Screw #38 in above diagram and remove LOCK PLATE #39.
Slightly tighten HEX NUT M8 #37 (this takes some trial and error to find the right setting.
Replace LOCK PLATE #39 and hold in place with thumb as you test the depth lock. (The first time I over tightened the HEX NUT.)

After you have properly positioned the HEX NUT & LOCK PLATE, replace P.H. Screw #38.

By the way, if you are using the original power cord, you might want to remove the handle cover #19 to check the insulation. The individual hot & neutral wire insulation on my saw had dried and cracked, however the internal wiring was fine.

- Steve
Gerald Hines
Question: Replace A Power Cord

Gerald Hines

Which screws do I remove to replace a power cord?
Steve112
Reply: Replace A Power Cord

Steve112

To replace the power cord, you'll need to remove 4 screws that secure the HANDLE COVER (#19). You'll also need to remove the STRAIN RELIEF (#16) by removing PAN HEAD SCREW M4X18 (#17).

- Steve
WJA
Reply: Replace A Power Cord

WJA

Hello,

We have prepared an article and video on replacing power cords on tools. Her is a link to it.

Replacing Cords on Power Tools

-WJA
Bernie Lubberts
Question: Power Cord

Bernie Lubberts

Which screws do I remove to replace the power cord on a 5007NB saw?
sean staunton
Question: Wiring

sean staunton

I replaced the switch but forgot to write down where the white wire or the black wire goes or does it matter? Anybody know?
rwill
Reply: Wiring

rwill

there is a PDF download file at the bottom of the parts diagram. the PDF has a wiring
diagram in the lower right corner.
My saw switch has a number 1 above the black wire and the number two for the white. Saw works fine connected this way.
Glen
Question: Spring

Glen

Where do I hook the tension spring?
Mark
Reply: Spring

Mark

Hi Glen,

There is a small eyelet inside of the upper guard, above the location of the spindle. On the lower guard there is a small hole right next to the large center hole. The spring connects between these two points.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark
phoenixgod414
Question: Repairing A Makita 5007nb Wobble

phoenixgod414

We have 7 saws we use at work 5 being makita 5007nb. The older ones tend to get used for cutting plywood simply because it puts more strain on them. As a result they become less accurate. However, we have one saw that you have to rotate at least 10 degrees either direction to keep cutting a straight line. The is less then 5 years old and everything else on it is in good condition. I think it is simply the main bearing that attaches through the worm gear has worn out from all the abuse. My question is:

How do I dissasemble from the worm gear up through the bearing retainer ring? Is the retaining ring threaded on or pressed on? I have tried a couple of different things but I don't want to apply too much force and end up replacing more than I have too.

Thank you in advance for any help.
cmoorejack
Reply: Repairing A Makita 5007nb Wobble

cmoorejack

Hey phoenixgod414,
The bearing retainer is threaded..it has raised tabs that you can tap against with a flat punch or screwdriver to remove..righty tighty lefty lossey i believe..if it gets tighter one way just loosen it the other way..:)..
also look for wear or play on the spindle shaft as this may cause some wobble..and check your inner blade washer for grooves or wear..
be sure and look over an exploded view of your saw before you get down and dirty so you will feel more comfortable with the repair..[you may also need a bearing puller and or a press to remove the gear and bearing]
parts and the breakdown are avail at ereplacementparts.com
hope this is helpful...
Craig
phoenixgod414
Reply: Repairing A Makita 5007nb Wobble

phoenixgod414

thats what I thought it was. I already replaced the inner blade washer (it was showing signs of wear.) That did seem to corect it at first but when I tried to cut through 3-1/2" pieces of plywood, the saw was all over the place. I just got the main shaft bearing in the mail. Hopefully this will fix the problem but htanks to you now I know who to put it in!;)
tripletdaduk
Reply: Repairing A Makita 5007nb Wobble

tripletdaduk

hi ,just a thought ,have you checked the blade for warp? or do you have movment on the spindle ? ie with machine off and unpluged if you hold the blade can you move it backwards and forwards ,or from side to side? if not ,have you checked when machine is running if theres any blade wobble? best way to check is to run it up to full speed ,than switch off and watch blade,will be much more noticable just before blade comes to a complete stanstill..
hope this may help
srdumo7993
Question: Sole Plate Adjustment

srdumo7993

My question is, is there any way to adjust the sole plate on my Makita 5007NB? It is off from the blade about 3/32" to an 1/8". I'm about ready to 'bend' something or bend something straight. Thanks in advance.
cmoorejack
Reply: Sole Plate Adjustment

cmoorejack

Hey Srdumo,
There isn't really any way to adjust your plate..you might need to replace you angular plate [your shoe or base plate attaches to it]..also check your blade for end play..you may have some issues inside the gearbox with the spindle or gear and that is throwing it out..
hope this is helpful..
Craig
Geneva Tool Repair
srdumo7993
Reply: Sole Plate Adjustment

srdumo7993

Thanks I'll look into it.

Srdumo
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