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1Support
Part #: 632679-5
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2Field 115V
Part #: 634291-7
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 $28.26
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3Baffle Plate
Part #: 416253-5
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4Ball Bearing
Part #: 211031-6
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 $11.22
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5Insulated Washer
Part #: 681644-1
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 $1.49
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6Armature Assembly 115V
Part #: 516306-1
Note: Armature Assembly Includes Figures 4, 5, 7
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 $104.95
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7Fan 70
Part #: 240002-6
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8Bearing Retainer 48
Part #: 285687-1
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9Ball Bearing
Part #: 211106-1
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 $13.39
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10Retaining Ring S-12
Part #: 961052-5
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 $2.99
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Tapping Screw Flange 5X35
Part #: 266012-5
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
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Tapping Screw Flange 5X35
Part #: 266012-5
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13Grip 36
Part #: 153489-2
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 $3.99
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14Makita 9227C Pin Cap
Part #: 415491-6
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 $2.99
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15Compression Spring 8
Part #: 233072-2
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 $2.99
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16Pan Head Screw M5X16
Part #: 911221-8
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 $0.99
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17Pan Head Screw M5X12
Part #: 911211-1
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18Gear Housing
Part #: 159951-5
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 $34.45
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19Pin 6
Part #: 256446-0
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 $3.55
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20
Lead Unit
Part #: 632783-0
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21Pan Head Screw M4X8
Part #: 652014-1
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 $2.99
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22
Indication Label
Part #: 816330-7
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 $0.99
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Tapping Screw, Flange PT 5X70
Part #: 266038-7
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Tapping Screw, Flange PT 5X70
Part #: 266038-7
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24Magnet Sleeve
Part #: 688110-9
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 $4.47
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25Stop Ring E-6
Part #: 961012-7
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 $2.99
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26Rivet 2
Part #: 255058-6
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 $1.99
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27Compression Spring 3
Part #: 233002-3
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 $2.99
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29Handle Set
Part #: 182917-0
Note: Includes Figure 52
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 $16.48
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30Power Cord - 8', 18 Gauge, 3-Wire
Part #: 664630-7
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 $19.57
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31Cord Guard 8-90
Part #: 682503-2
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 $2.99
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32Strain Relief
Part #: 687063-9
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4 available
 $3.99
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33Tapping Screw 4X18
Part #: 265995-6
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 $1.99
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34Terminal Block
Part #: 654571-5
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 $2.98
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35Tapping Screw 4X18
Part #: 265995-6
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 $1.99
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36Pan Head Screw M4X8
Part #: 652014-1
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 $2.99
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37Switch
Part #: 651282-3
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 $31.24
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38Controller 100-130V
Part #: 631801-1
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 $41.31
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39Dial 28
Part #: 271417-6
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40Motor Housing Set
Part #: 182918-8
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42Carbon Brush Set CB-303
Part #: CB303
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 $8.24
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43Brush Holder Cap
Part #: 643750-0
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 $1.99
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44Makita Label
Part #: 819001-5
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $0.99
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45
Spiral Bevel Gear 52 Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 226744-6
Discontinued
N/A
46Retaining Ring R-32
Part #: 962151-6
In stock
7 available
 $2.99
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47Ball Bearing
Part #: 211106-1
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 $13.39
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48Bearing Box
Part #: 316896-2
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 $13.50
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Tapping Screw 4X16
Part #: 266034-5
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 $2.99
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Tapping Screw 4X16
Part #: 266034-5
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 $2.99
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50Spindle
Part #: 152552-8
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517" x 5/8"-11 Hook and Loop Backing Pad
Part #: 743052-5
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 $28.39
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52Handle Set
Part #: 182917-0
Note: Included In Figure 29
In stock
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 $16.48
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53Tapping Screw 4X18
Part #: 265995-6
In stock
18 available
 $1.99
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A02 Sleeve 18
Part #: 262542-4
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
 $4.58
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1167496
Question: Field 115v

1167496

How do I remove the FIELD 115 in my Makita 9227c rotory? Took it apart to clean it and I don't wanna break anything, but I gotsta clean that part.
1167496
Reply: Field 115v

1167496

How do I remove the FIELD 115 in my Makita 9227c rotory? Took it apart to clean it and I don't wanna break anything, but I gotsta clean that part.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Field 115v

Tinkerdave

Hi,
I wouldn't remove it if I didn't have to.Your best bet is to used compressed air and gently blow the dirt and saw dust out.That should get 95% out.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Tinkerdave
Reply: Field 115v

Tinkerdave

Hi,
I wouldn't remove it if I didn't have to.Your best bet is to used compressed air and gently blow the dirt and saw dust out.That should get 95% out.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
1126373
Question: Repairs

1126373

How do I get the shoulder pin and the bevel gear apart
Tinkerdave
Reply: Repairs

Tinkerdave

Hi,
Well you have one of the easier of the 4.5" grinders to get the gear off.You have to use a hydraulic press to press the shaft out of the gear.Its a zero fit and we have had at times used as much as 12 tons of pressure to get the shaft out.Be very careful how you support the housing so as not to break it.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
hhk
Question: Intermittent Power Loss

hhk

Losing power at odd times with this polisher. If I lay it on it's back & hold the trigger, no power, but if I rotate the tool along its length, the power comes on when the polishing head is about 45 degrees from vertical. Stays on until about 10 degrees from horizontal - like you were polishing a hood. Variable speed works, but any thoughts before I buy a bunch of parts?
WJA
Reply: Intermittent Power Loss

WJA

Hello hhk,

It sounds like you may have a short in the cord or the switch. We have prepared an article and video to help you diagnose your polisher. Here is the link to it. How to Diagnose a Bad Power Cord or Switch.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
ghenry
Question: Spiral Bevel Gear

ghenry

How do you remove the bevel spiral gear?
sailandoar
Reply: Spiral Bevel Gear

sailandoar

I have the same question .... I am wondering about it being a press fit, but a flat, spline or key would make more sense but is not shown in drawing. My approach will be to put the head in the freezer, then clamp gear in a vise and then warm the gear with a small torch and tap the end of the shaft with a copper hammer.
WJA
Reply: Spiral Bevel Gear

WJA

Hello sailandoar,

You are correct, it is pressed on to the shaft. I think your idea would work just fine. You could also take it to a tool repair shop, and for a minimal price the should be able to press the old one off and press the new one on in no time at all. Hopefully the pinion on the end of the armature is not worn.

-WJA
763871
Question: Makita 9227c Dead?

763871

I have a Makita 9227c sander/polisher that has lived a long life of wet and dry concrete polishing that recently seems to have kicked the bucket. When I try to use it, it just whines/hums and doesn't move. Any thoughts on what might be the issue?
UtahAV
Reply: Makita 9227c Dead?

UtahAV

My first guess would be a bad armature. If there is some arcing and smoke or smell associated with the noise then I would be certain of it. If it is the armature you will want to disassemble the tool and inspect for additional damage to the field, housings and brush holders. These other parts are often damaged by the armature when it fails. I know how hard concrete work is on tools. My suggestion if the armature failed is to replace the tool.

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
bondo
Question: Variable Speed Control

bondo

What item do I replace to correct the variable speed control?
Unit runs fine at full speed but is inconsistent at slower rpms?
Help!
Thank You in advance for your reply!
Bryan
Question: Extension For The Buffer

Bryan

I work in the boating world and can't find an extension for the buffer pads that I use. No store holds this part and I know that the part is out there. It has a Female end and a male end; one end to goes on the buffer and the other for the pad to screw on.
WJA
Reply: Extension For The Buffer

WJA

Hi Bryan,

I checked with Makita and they do not supply a extension for their polishers. You might try some distributors of automotive detailing polishers and see if they can help you.

Good luck,
WJA
boater
Reply: Extension For The Buffer

boater

Made by 3M. Part #05710
WJA
Reply: Extension For The Buffer

WJA

Thanks for the info boater. I will hold on to this for future reference.
Glen
Question: Makita 9227c Question

Glen

I am trying to replace the spiral gear on my polisher. How do I get the old one off?
scott
Question: Makita 9227c Question

scott

When I pull the trigger it starts but stutters like it is being turned on and off really fast. The trigger only works when pulled all the way in. I'm thinking the trigger is bad or the speed controller?
josh
Question: Test Armature

josh

How do I test the armature on this grinder polisher?
Mark
Reply: Test Armature

Mark

Hi Josh,

A bad armature will usually let itself be known with lots of sparks and some smoke from through the vent holes near the rear handle. If you tool has not done this and you still suspect a bad armature you will need to remove the armature and take it to a good repair shop. The shop should have some specialized tools they will use to test the armature. One test will put very high voltage through the armature. That will help isolate an open short in the windings. Another test will create a magnetic field around the armature and will find any shorts on the commutator.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark
Bondo
Question: Makita 9227C Rotary Buffer

Bondo

I have a used Makita Rotary Polisher.
Speed control does not seem to be responding consistantly.
Full rpms work but the lower rpm, are inconsistant, they work and then they don't work.
I"m am going to toss in a new set of brushes, and a new cord and cord protector, but I am not sure what controls the variable speed?
Any body have experience with these buffers?
Thanks in advance for the reply!
Tinkerdave
Reply: Makita 9227C Rotary Buffer

Tinkerdave

Hi, you have most likely have a bad controller #681801-1 and/or Magnet sleeve # 688110-9. Check the Magnet sleeve first and make sure it tight on the shaft.This is generally what goes wrong with the Makita polishers when they start acting like that. If you replace the controller also replace the magnet sleeve also.Hope this helps.Good luck.
marty0461
Question: Makita 9227c Trobles

marty0461

I have just purchaced replacement spira bevel gear for my polisher. Just wonderong how to remove it. Don't know if it the old one is pressed in or not
DoctorD
Reply: Makita 9227c Trobles

DoctorD

yup its press on
i'm trying to replace the spiral bevel gear on my makita 9227cy sander/polisher. i can't see how to remove the old one from the spindle assembly.. does anyone know how?
cmoorejack
Reply: How To Remove Bevel Gear On Maki...

cmoorejack

Hey bptool,
It looks like a pressed on fit and it is best to use an hydraulic or arbor press to remove..pullers and a torch to heat the gear is another option..ugh :( if you have a local repair shop nearby they shouldn't charge too much to change out for you..it is also recommended that both gear components are replaced for maximum results..sorry.. I wish I had a better solution for you...
hope this helps..?
cmoorejack
bptool
Reply: How To Remove Bevel Gear On Maki...

bptool

thanks. that will save me lots of headache trying and likely damaging parts while trying to pry or hammer the gear off.
makita
Question: 9227 Help

makita

I have a 9227cy 7 inch polisher that I want to change pad from 7 inch to 5 inch to polish concrete with. Can someone recommend a 5 inch pad? How do you get the 7 inch pad off? I will be using wet diamond discs.
Thanks, Jim
UtahAV
Reply: 9227 Help

UtahAV

Hi Jim,

There is a milled spot on the spindle, just above the pad, that will accept a wrench. Lock the spindle with a wrench and then you can remove the pad with a counterclockwise rotation.

I am not sure what type of abrasive you had planned to use for polishing concrete but I thought I would mention that we do offer diamond grinding cups here at ereplacementparts.com You can find the cups at the following link...

5" Diamond Cups

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
a scott
Review: Makita - 9227C
5 star
a scott
great tool. mounted an 8 " foam rubber "floater" disc for use as a non-digging sander. use stick on paper-cut my own discs from regular sheets- automotive adhesive or contact cement.
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