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 Makita DPC7311 Power Cutter Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
326-173-080
Prefilter
In stock
25+ available
$6.84
326-118-611
Filter Cover Assembly
In stock
2 available
$35.12
1394-114-605
Tank , Blue
In stock
2 available
$128.24
2957-117-020
Throttle Mechanism,
In stock
1 available
$22.78
3395-117-011
Throttle Linkage
In stock
2 available
$2.36
4957-117-030
Half-Throttle Lock,
In stock
2 available
$4.82
5394-114-100
Screw Plug
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$3.37
6394-114-070
Rubber Foot
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$6.62
7010114081
Angular Union Accessory
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$18.96
8010-114-091
Tank Cap , Fuel
In stock
2 available
$7.63
9963-230-031
O-Ring, Red
In stock
2 available
$3.03
10963-230-031
O-Ring, Red
In stock
2 available
$3.03
11010-114-010
Suction Head
In stock
8 available
$6.62
12963-601-240
Felt
In stock
12 available
$4.82
13010-175-050
Air Valve
In stock
2 available
$16.16
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
14965-404-911
Fuel Line Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
15394-114-661
Bracket
Backorder:
No ETA.
$20.76
16965-403-535
Rubber Buffer
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$9.20
17965-403-535
Rubber Buffer
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$9.20
18965-403-535
Rubber Buffer
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$9.20
19965-403-535
Rubber Buffer
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$9.20
20394-114-281
Axle
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$3.37
21394-114-281
Axle
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$3.37
22394-114-281
Axle
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$3.37
23900-005-078
Washer
In stock
2 available
$1.17
24900-005-078
Washer
In stock
2 available
$1.17
25913-455-454
Screw 5,5X45
In stock
4 available
$1.68
26913-455-454
Screw 5,5X45
In stock
4 available
$1.68
27913-455-454
Screw 5,5X45
In stock
4 available
$1.68
28913-455-204
Screw 5,5X20
In stock
3 available
$1.68
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
29908-305-405
Screw M5X20X40
In stock
3 available
$3.03
30394-114-051
Pot, Grey
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$10.66
31394-310-101
Wrap Around Handle
In stock
2 available
$76.07
32394-114-190
Foot
Backorder:
No ETA.
$25.92
33908-114-988
Label, Makita Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
34913-455-454
Screw 5,5X45
In stock
4 available
$1.68
35394-114-271
Foot W/Roller,
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$48.81
36394-114-230
Roller
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$15.26
37394-114-240
Bushing
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$3.37
85957-151-180
Set Diaphragm/Gaskets
Note: WALBRO model
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$27.49
111394-112-641
STARTER ASSY (GRAY) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
113181-163-050
Rewind Spring
In stock
5 available
$8.08
117122-164-010
Starter Rope
In stock
1 available
$4.82
001-131-150
Decompression Valve
In stock
1 available
$24.24
180394-228-130
Axle 22.2mm Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
208908-006-355
Screw M6X35
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$3.37
209908-905-165
Screw 5X16
Ships in 6 - 10 business days
$1.57

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toolstore
Question: Wrong Part Number

toolstore

The Makita part number for this cover should be 395-211-640 and it is still available from the manufacturer.
WJA
Reply: Wrong Part Number

WJA

Hello toolstore,

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We will have this fixed on our site.

-WJA
anybody making a compatible part
KENNYMELANCON
Question: AIR VALVE

KENNYMELANCON

where is the aor valve on the mikita dpc 7311
i think its restricted i have to loosen the gas cap for the engine to run
porshman
Question: Carburetor

porshman

Is there a complete diaphram and gasket set for the carburetor on this tool?
WJA
Reply: Carburetor

WJA

Hello porshman

Yes there is a gasket/diaphragm set that you can order for the carburetor,. It depends on who manufactured your carburetor. I fit is a Tillotson it is part number 957-150-100. If it is a Walbro it is part number 957-151-180.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
wayne
Question: Starter Ratchet Replacement

wayne

How do I remove the old starter ratchet pins to replace with new starter pins and springs?
nicolas martinez
Question: Wrong Gas

nicolas martinez

I let my friend use my concrete saw, Makita DPC7301. He used clean gas to run the machine and the machine does not start any more. Can you tell me what is the possible problem and solution? Thank you.
Damian
Reply: Wrong Gas

Damian

You have to open up the whole machine and check the piston. most likely the piston and the piston rings are damaged
JP
Question: CARB REMOVAL

JP

MAKITA DPC7311: HOW DO YOU REMOVE CARBURETOR?
I lent a friend my saw, he said there was concrete debri in the housing where the starter pulley is, causing it not to rotate. He said he removed just the rope portion and cleaned it out and not it wont start. I was wondering is there a certain position the wheel need to be in before placing the started rope assembly back on? if not what are common reason Makita dcp7311 would not start. Replaced plug and cleaned everything already.
Bb
Question: Rewinding Spring

Bb

What is the best way to rewind the recoil spring?
Steve
Question: Starter Housing Broken

Steve

Broken starter housing, can't find the part on the parts list
Mark
Reply: Starter Housing Broken

Mark

Hi Steve,

The Starter housing is item #112 on page C of the parts diagrams. The Starter Housing is part #394-112-621. You can also order the starter as a complete assembly. The starter assembly is part #394-112-642. Both parts are available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark

leatherD
Question: Makita DPC7311 No Power

leatherD

I just bought 2 Makita DPC7311 cut off saws used knowing they had a running problems. One is hard starting seems to be flooding. Once it does start it doesnt have power or take gas as it should. A new carb has been installed within the past 6 months. If anyone knows what are the specs on the ignition coil? resistance and output? It does have spark but Im thinking it maybe too weak.
The other was not starting I removed the cylinder and replaced the rings and its running like a champ..Any suggestions on the first?
Mike
Reply: Makita DPC7311 No Power

Mike

It doesn't sound like the ignition coil to me. It might be a problem with the exhaust being plugged up. You might want to remove the muffler and clean it out. Sometimes those mufflers can get a lot of stuff in there which will restrict airflow. If that's not the problem, you should probably check the compression against your other saw. If they're different you may have to replace the cylinder and rings like you did on the other saw.
jdebbins
Reply: Makita DPC7311 No Power

jdebbins

Hi, just went to Home Depot, they have a couple used ones, they will sell me a non-starting unit for $200... is this a good deal? I checked the compression in the store >120psi, so that looks fine. The ignition seemed weak as well, I pulled the plug out and turned out the lights while pulling starter, did not see any spark. But then I touched the plug with my hand and got a good tingle when starting, so not sure if the coil is the issue. I can certainly try the "clean the muffler" routine, but I get the impression that these units are hard to start and then start to go "bad"... They take a lot of punishment, concrete dust is nasty stuff.

Is $200 too much to pay for this, assuming I might have to put parts in? I have a pretty big job coming up and if I could get it at this price, add a $100 blade I might be in good shape.

thanks!!!
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