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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
1911241-2
Pan Head Screw M5X25
In stock
24 available
 $0.68
3155896-5
Seal
In stock
8 available
 $2.98
4213107-5
O Ring 12
In stock
6 available
 $0.68
5214167-0
Plane Bearing 12.7
In stock
4 available
 $2.98
7911225-0
Pan Head Screw M5X16
In stock
25+ available
 $1.03
8163392-9
Slider (Updated Version)
Note: This Slider will convert the earlier versions to the type 4
In stock
9 available
 $37.42
9212001-8
Needle Bearing 708
In stock
3 available
 $14.99
10253816-4
Flat Washer 6
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $4.12
11212115-3
Needle Bearing 1216
In stock
2 available
 $8.93
12133244-8B
Gear Assembly
In stock
2 available
 $51.72
14253805-9
Flat Washer 18
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $5.95
16321263-8
Gear Shaft
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $23.46
18214167-0
Plane Bearing 12.7
In stock
4 available
 $2.98
19341462-6
Plate
In stock
2 available
 $0.81
20911225-0
Pan Head Screw M5X16
In stock
25+ available
 $1.03
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
21911251-9
Tapping Screw 5X35
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $0.68
23251295-0
Countersunk Head Screw M4X14
In stock
11 available
 $1.03
24285650-4
Bearing Retainer 54
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $2.98
25211087-9
Ball Bearing 6200DDW
In stock
8 available
 $13.39
26961006-2
Retaining Ring S-10
In stock
4 available
 $0.68
27911215-3
Pan Head Screw M5X12
In stock
3 available
 $0.68
28911256-9
Tapping Screw 5X35
In stock
4 available
 $0.68
29421801-7
Insulation Cover
In stock
7 available
 $12.25
31265836-6
Set Screw
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
32313075-3
Blade Clamp
Note: Please Note: There have been some modifications to this clamp. Call us if you have any questions.
In stock
23 available
 $7.56
33163258-3
Shoe
In stock
10 available
 $8.93
34941101-4
Flat Washer 5
In stock
15 available
 $3.99
36922216-6
Hex. Socket Head Bolt M5X14
In stock
18 available
 $3.99
37516456-2
Armature Assembly 115V
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $69.58
38417613-4
Baffle Plate
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $1.10
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
39681653-0
Insulation Washer
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $1.19
40211033-2
Ball Bearing
In stock
12 available
 $8.93
41253192-6
Flat Washer 14
In stock
2 available
 $1.49
42594416-4
Field Assembly 115V
In stock
2 available
 $21.51
46664064-4
Power Cord - 8', 18 Gauge, 2-Wire
In stock
25+ available
 $16.48
47682502-4
Cord Guard / Strain Reliever
In stock
25+ available
 $2.41
48687002-9
Strain Relief
In stock
3 available
 $0.81
49911133-5
Pan Head Screw M4X18
In stock
19 available
 $0.68
52911153-9
P.H. Screw M4X28
In stock
11 available
 $0.68
53417611-8
Handle Cover
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $5.50
55911124-6
P.H. Screw M4X14
In stock
2 available
 $0.68
56CB75
Carbon Brush Set CB-75
In stock
25+ available
 $5.95
57643551-6
Brush Holder 38115
In stock
3 available
 $1.49
58650206-6
Switch
In stock
22 available
 $24.72
59421145-5
Switch Cover
In stock
9 available
 $2.98
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
61911280-2
Tapping Screw 5X55
Ships in 6 - 8 business days
 $1.33
62241832-8
Fan 62
In stock
2 available
 $7.56
63258009-8
Spring Pin
In stock
25+ available
 $0.68
64263014-2
Rubber Pin 4
In stock
2 available
 $1.03
65263002-9
Rubber Pin
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
66443070-0
Plate 12X16
In stock
3 available
 $1.10
67443070-0
Plate 12X16
In stock
3 available
 $1.10
70266090-5
Hex. Socket Head Bolt M5X15
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
72343657-7
Hex. Socket Head Bolt M5X12
In stock
3 available
 $1.10
73256701-0
Pin 3
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
74941101-4
Flat Washer 5
In stock
15 available
 $3.99
403783202-0
Hex. Wrench 4
In stock
1 available
 $3.66
404410048-8
Wrench Holder 3.4
In stock
3 available
 $1.10
405824539-7
Plastic Carrying Case Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A

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Important note:

The Makita JR3000V reciprocating saw has had a large number of service changes over the years. Due to these service changes we are unable to offer Fig #2, Fig #22, Fig #32, Fig #53, and Fig #73. If you need these particular parts, we recommend that you visit your local power tool repair shop for assistance. In many cases, replacement of these parts requires replacement of other components within the tool. We are happy to provide all other listed parts for the JR3000V.
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Entry Date:2013-12-10 16:31:10
5 of 8 customers found these instructions helpful
Switch
I needed a Phillips screw driver for the handle cover. The old switch and the new switch holes were not in the exact same configuration. So I slowly matched up each wire based on the designation next to the hole, comparing the two switches. Both switches had two screws in the side which hold the power wires in the switch. Unscrew the old switch and put each wire in their respective holes and tighten the screws down in the new switch. You\'ll need a very small flat head screw driver for these screws. I pulled my wires out by hand, or you can cut them. I very carefully tested the new switch to make sure it worked, then put the handle cover back on. Tried it on a piece of wood just to make sure. It works great.
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wsudhoff
Question: Fan62

wsudhoff

is fan 62 pressed on armature 37 or is there set screw
WJA
Reply: Fan62

WJA

Hello wsudhoff,

The Makita part number, 241832-8 is pressed on to the armature shaft.

-WJA
1189923
Question: CLAMP FOR JR3000A SAW

1189923

CAN I USE JR3000V ON MY SAW JR3000A?
Tinkerdave
Reply: CLAMP FOR JR3000A SAW

Tinkerdave

Hi,
I would say that its 99% no.The reason I say that is that the JR3000 had so many confusing engineering changes that Makita requested that the tool be shipped back to their factory service center for repair.Sorry that I couldn't give you more information.
Tinker
gsaver
Question: Blade Clamp Compatibility

gsaver

can I use upgraded blade clamp on original slider , do I also need part 70 and 73 ?
Theron
Question: JR3000v Blade Swivels

Theron

Any idea on what parts are needed to stop the blade from swiveling during cutting? I bought the saw used and the shoe already had cut marks in it. The problem has only gotten worse. Thanks for any help.
Tinkerdave
Reply: JR3000v Blade Swivels

Tinkerdave

Hi Theron,
If you have lateral movement of the shaft its caused by a worn 214167-0 Plane Bearing 12.7 and in some cases along with a worn slider.Chances are you have the old style slider and will need to upgrade to the 163392-9 New style Slider (Updated Version)You will also need to get new blade clamp. But don't order anything until you call ereplacement parts and talk to them.Reason is the Makita JR3000V had all sorts of engineering changes and you can really get into a mess if you don't have help ordering.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
rrayne
Question: Type 4??

rrayne

I need a slider for my JR3000V, What is a type 4? If you go to the trouble of putting this on the part why do you not explain?
Theron
Reply: Type 4??

Theron

Did you ever get any answer from anyone? I need one as well as the end of mine swivels.
murphy
Reply: Type 4??

murphy

just conjecture here as I replaced mine about 15 years ago. Original part is a hollow tube with the rectangular catch welded onto to that tube, very weak design..$27.00 then, type 4 should be upgraded to solid rod or at least heavier walled tube..as I said, just conjecture.
goober52
Question: JR3000v Replacement Switch

goober52

The 651225-5 repalcement switch wires differently from the original switch. Which wire goes where? Thanks for any help.
1200570
Reply: JR3000v Replacement Switch

1200570

I'm having the same problem. Did you figure it out?
WJA
Reply: JR3000v Replacement Switch

WJA

Hello 1200570,

If you go to the parts diagram for the JR3000V. Click on Download Diagram. Then scroll down, you will see a wiring diagram for all of the switches used on the JR3000V and the JR3000 saws.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
I am replacing the switch in my Makita JR3000V reciprocating saw. The switch part # is 650206-6. I failed to mark the wires from my old switch and am trying to figure out where the wires go. There are 2 blue wires coming from the motor, and a black and a white wire coming from the cord. The switch has 4 holes for attaching the wires. Two of them arer marked M1 and M2. The other 2 are marked C1 and C2. I assume that the M stands for motor wires and the C stands for cord wires. Can anyone tell me if that is correct or not?? If that is correct, does it matter which of the 2 blue motor wires goes into M1 or M2? Also, would it matter which of the black or the white cord wires goes into C1 or C2?
One other thing, the 2 holes in the switch marked C1 and C2 have a set screw in them to tighten the wires, but M1 and M2 do not have set srews. How do you tighten these 2 wires?
Could someone help me with this?
Thanks
WJA
Reply: Replacing Switch On Makita JR300...

WJA

Hello,

Here is a link to the Makita JR3000V Wiring Diagram. As for the connections without screws to hold the wires in the switch, here is an article and video on How to Wire a Trap Door Switch.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
gus
Question: Slider For Jr3000v

gus

Why is the slider on the jr3000v different on the picture than the one I have?
Ed
Question: Makita

Ed

My jr3000v has an issue it operates fine until you place the blade against something and then it wont go. I can grab the blade with my fingers and squeeze the trigger I can hold the blade while the motor operates. Can you help me?
Steve Wright
Question: Repair Blade Clamp Attachment

Steve Wright

My schematic of JR3000V Recip Saw is slightly different. I have a piece I believe is a spring pin #63 on my schematic and it was sheered leaving the Blade Clamp broken loose, your schematic does not show this part, but it is in your parts list. Your schematic shows part #70 Hex socket head bolt which is not in my schematic nor did I have one in my saw. It appears in your diagram that perhaps the Hex Socket Head Bolt is what secures the Blade Clamp to #8 Slider where as my schematic shows # 63 Spring Pin is what secures the Blade Clamp to the slider. This is the second time the Spring Pin in my saw has sheered the last time I took it in to repair, but it seems to be a pretty straight forward repair. Is the Hex Socket Head Bolt an up dated part in a later release of this same model saw (My saw is quite old) and if so do I need to replace Blade Clamp as it appears that the Hex Socket Head Bolt is threaded and my Blade Clamp has an unthreaded hole in which the Spring Pin is pressed in to secure the Blade Clamp. I can repair with a new Spring Pin, but it has sheered twice and appears to be a weak link. Also a third part #73 called a Pin is on my schematic and yours as well was pulled loose when the Spring Pin sheered. Should I replace this with a new one (I pressed it back into the Slider and it appears snug)?
Ryan
Question: Testing The Field

Ryan

I have a JR3000V. When I pull the trigger nothing happens. I have checked that power is leaving the trigger. The carbon brushes have continuity. There is continuity from the trigger to the carbon brushes through the wire. I think it may be the field but not sure as I have never diagnosed one of these before. Is there something I am missing? Any help would be great. Thanks
Herman Preuss
Question: Variable Speed Switch

Herman Preuss

How to install wires in new switch?
Mark
Reply: Variable Speed Switch

Mark

Hi Herman,

This type of switch you will want to strip the insulation back about 1/4". Then with a soldering iron and solder, tin the exposed wires making them a solid wire rather than strands. Then insert the tinned wires into the appropriate hole on the bottom of the switch and tighten the corresponding set screw.

I hope this helps you with your repair!

-Mark
jim yockey
Question: JR3000V Part

jim yockey

Why do you not carry repair part 32?
MikeF
Reply: JR3000V Part

MikeF

We chose to remove the part from this page because listing the part ended up being more of an inconvenience for our customers than not listing it at all. In short, it is extremely complicated to determine which specific part is actually needed.

There are so many different versions of the #32 blade clamp that people ordering it almost always end up with the wrong version through no fault of their own. The JR3000V has gone through so many service changes that replacing some parts often involves replacing several other parts as well, complicating the issue further.

The documentation on the service changes regarding this part is complicated, and people may still end up with the wrong part, even after reading it.

We recommend taking the reciprocating saw to a service center for repairs. We also have a forum thread with additional information on this part if you choose to track down and repair the part yourself; however, it still may be best to try a service center. That thread can be found here:

http://forums.ereplacementparts.com/parts-ordering-help/24-blade-clamp-jr3000v.html
chappy52
Question: Makita Recip Saw JV3000V

chappy52

Went into a cut the blade can stop and there is a squealing sound.
Your help would be appreciated.
Thanks
UtahAV
Reply: Makita Recip Saw JV3000V

UtahAV

Hi Chappy52,

My guess would be that the needle bearing, item #11 on the parts diagram.

You will want to open the saw up to verify that the needle bearing is bad before ordering. The JR3000V is a difficult saw to make any repairs to. There have been many service changes to the saw over the years and many of the parts cannot be replaced without replacing several other parts as well.

Be sure to take a look at the PDF file that is attached to the parts diagram. All of the service changes are listed on the PDF. You can view the PDF file here.

Good luck with your repair and lets us know how it goes!

-UtahAV
-Mark
TERRY P
Reply: Makita Recip Saw JV3000V

TERRY P

If the blade stops into a cut chances are the drive gear is stripped ( probally along with the armature gear). Makita has a pretty crappy design when it comes to sawsalls, and alot of other models now a days.... But the weak link in the model you have is the gears.
My dad gave me the saw and I was told it would not power on. He said the brushes had been replaced but nothing else had been worked on. The cord tested positive to power at the switch. Would anyone know what the problem could be. Thanks.
cmoorejack
Reply: Makita Jr3000v Will Not Power On

cmoorejack

Hey pbchaps,
You will need to troubleshoot the other end of the tool now..:) check for continuity from the wires coming from the brush's and or field..if everything checks ok and the cord shows voltage to the switch [live] then you have isolated that it is the switch..there have been many changes to the saw over the last several years.so matching up the correct parts may be difficult..[be sure and read the disclaimer or the parts list..]
Makita JR3000V Parts : eReplacementParts.com
hope this is helpful?
cmoorejack
mc808
Question: Makita Jr3000V Saw

mc808

I just bought a variable speed switch for this saw but it is wired different from current switch. Need help with where the four wires go. Two form the power cord and two going to the motor.
cmoorejack
Reply: Makita Jr3000V Saw

cmoorejack

Hey mc808,
If the new style switch has the side screws..that is when the cord connects [doesn't matter which screw] the 'tinned' wires coming from the motor go to M1 and M2..[doesn't matter which one]
hope this helps..:)
cmoorejack
nbedinger
Question: Which Makita JR3000V Switch?

nbedinger

The diagram for this 115V reciprocating saw shows two available switches--a black switch (for $21.95) and a red variable speed switch ($31.95). The trigger in my saw is black, while the switch inside the handle is white, but it varies the saw speed according to how far I depressed the trigger.

So I guess my question is, "Variable speed means I can run and lock any speed from 0 - 2300 SPM, like the switch I have in the saw that I need to replace, right?" I think I know the answer is yes, but I'm wondering because I use the variable speed feature a lot to finesse cuts through nails in wood in tight places, and would be stopping to straighten or change out a lot more bent blades if my saw ran at top speed the instant I hit the trigger.

I guess I have a second question: What sort of work do people use a one-speed reciprocating saw to do?

Thanks.
erikrocks
Question: Makita Jr3000v

erikrocks

Hi--I have a Makita jr3000v reciprocating saw. It has a keyed system in order to change the blade, but I'd like to replace it with the newer toolless clamping system. Is this possible? Does anyone know where I can buy that toolless piece. THanks.
cmoorejack
Reply: Makita Jr3000v

cmoorejack

Hey ericrocks,
Changing over to the new design is not economical with your model #.. and to the best of my knowledge there is not a universal quick change or tool less clamping blade lock available..most quick lock assembly's are specific to the brand...
hope this helps?:)
Craig
flintlockdave
Question: Item 32 For A Makita JR3000V Rep...

flintlockdave

Anyone know where I can find a couple of these?

No longer available for Makita.

It's the collar with a set screw that holds the blade in place, just need the collar.

David
Paducah, KY
link removed
cmoorejack
Reply: Item 32 For A Makita JR3000V Rep...

cmoorejack

Hey David,
They did change that 4 or 5 times..! I have some junked out ones with different styles..do you have a serial # handy and see how close we can get..the one i have in my hand has a set screw and a allen head screw that holds it to the shaft..
Craig
Geneva Tool Repair
DavidTheJeweler
Reply: Item 32 For A Makita JR3000V Rep...

DavidTheJeweler

I have a Skill 701 Repo saw and need the same part. Any Help?
TERRY P
Reply: Item 32 For A Makita JR3000V Rep...

TERRY P

A skil model 701 is one seriously old sawsall (almost 30yrs.) and unfortunetly not a single part (including screws) is still available for it. Sorry.
rohamm
Reply: Item 32 For A Makita JR3000V Rep...

rohamm

Mine's over 20 years old and broke around the same time as both of you guys'. Huh!

I don't like this saw because the grip is uncomfortable and the trigger seems impossible to set to a fixed speed. I thought that's what the little wheel on the front of it's for, anyway.

Anyway, the blade-holder collar snapped at the end of a long cut a few months ago. I thought about putting in an extra 3 or 4 hours at work, paying the taxes, and getting a new saw which in many respects would be nicer - mostly because of the toolless blade clamp. I found a nifty Milwaukee with a rotatable head being cleared out for a buck and a quarter at Home Depot, but left without it due to cashier indifference.

In the end, I spent this afternoon making a new collar. It's a pretty trivial exercise on the lathe - not required, actually - and vertical mill.

Not so easy for me, though, is keeping track of parts. Putting it together, I noticed that crank looked all wrong for that recess it engages on the slider. Found nothing on the bench or the floor, but do see a needle bearing in the parts diagram.

Anybody got a generic part number that I could maybe get from McMaster? I might make a bronze bearing in the meantime otherwise.



Makita obviously tried multiple approaches, so YMMV. Those square corners seem like a serious weak spot. That's where mine broke, and they're not necessary.
ided45
Reply: Item 32 For A Makita JR3000V Rep...

ided45

Craig - do you still have one of these blade clamp collars available? My JR3000V is from 1993 - SN55138 - still like new - hate to junk it!
Thanks
Ed
Matt_in_AK
Question: Blade Clamp For JR3000V

Matt_in_AK

I have a Makita JR3000V that is about 8 years old. It has been a great saw, but the little piece that holds in the blade is broken. When I look on your site for a replacement, I see that it is item number 32. There is no 32 in the list of parts.

Is there another part that will work? I would hate to throw away such a good saw.
Mike
Reply: Blade Clamp For JR3000V

Mike

Those JR3000V recip saws are pretty complicated, especially when it comes to the blade clamp.

Makita has used several different blade clamps on the JR3000V, and compatibility depends on which slider you have. I've attached an image from a Makita parts diagram which should clear things up.

Basically, the #313075-3 clamp is the only current blade clamp for the JR3000V. You will also need a #266090-5 screw and a #265836-6 set screw. This is a complete blade clamp for your saw. Now the question is whether the clamp is compatible with your saw's reciprocating slider. In the second attached diagram, you'll see that the original slider with an oval-shaped center piece has been discontinued. If yours looks like the type 1 slider then you'll need to upgrade your slider to a #163392-9
.
Matt_in_AK
Reply: Blade Clamp For JR3000V

Matt_in_AK

Thanks Mike -

That is helpful. I will double check the slider on my saw.
mauss
Reply: Blade Clamp For JR3000V

mauss

I realize that this is an old thread, but will the blade holder used on the Type 1 slider work with the newer Type 4 slider? The Type 1 slider on my JR3000V broke last weekend and I was wondering what all I needed to replace. Thanks, Mark
Its a good saw until I tried to replace the blade clamp. Now I find I need to spend close to 50 bucks to update it to accept the new blade clamp. That's just wrong!!! Why build a quality tool then make it hard for a person to repair it? I am definitely going to look real hard at Porter Cable and Milwalki from now on. You have lost my loyalty
mike
Reply: Makita - JR3000V Slider Issue

mike

no kidding, me too. they suck; never buy another makita product
I paid dearly for a Makita JR3000V Recip Saw. Now when a part breaks because of a faulty part, the company changes the construction of the Saw and makes modifications to the part that breaks. The problem is now Makita has 6 parts that cost over half of what I paid for the saw. Why should I have to buy their mess up. There should be a recall and they should eat the charges, not charge the customer. They should have made sure the tool was worth the price. I have never been so dissatisfied with a tool. My company will not be buying any more Makita tools and no one else I speak to will either. Makita is junk. If they felt the parts needed to be changed they should have a kit for the customer to call and get to replace it free of charge.
Don S.
Review: Makita - JR3000V
5 star
Don S.
I've owned this tool since 1986-'87, and it's the one tool which I have relied on, and used every year since I've owned it. It is the one tool that keeps coming out of the tool box month after month, year after year, and now that it's disabled, is sorely missed. Trying to find alternative ways to perform tasks usually handled by this tool, usually ends up in disaster. I need this part, and hope it returns the tool to it's usual trusty service that I've come to rely on. My only real dissapointment is that the part that I need to return the tool to service-able condition is a quite pricey.
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