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Question: Milwaukee Sawzall
It seems that the clutch is no longer holding. What parts do I need to repair it?
I have a 6537-22 ser 916H.
Reply: Milwaukee Sawzall
Hi Hammer Head, The Sawzall does not use a clutch. I wonder if you are referring to the Blade Clamp. Is so, it is available as a kit with will include all of the parts you need to replace it. It is part #14-46-1011 and is available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com. There is also an installation video available that will help with the installation. You can view it here... http://www.ereplacementparts.com/how-change-the-milwaukee-sawzall-quiklokreg-blade-clamp-assembly-c-8873_15200.html Good luck with your repair! -Mark
Question: Repair Of Milwaukee Sawzall 6537...
My sawzall will reciprocates untill i start trying to cut with it. Any suggestions on how to figure out the problem?
Reply: Repair Of Milwaukee Sawzall 6537...
I would guess that the gears have stripped out on the armature and the gear that it contacts. I would need your serial number to quote specific parts. You will need to open the saw up to confirm that the gears are the problem but they are what I would look at first.
Let us know what you find.
Question: Milwaukee Sawzall Question
[FONT="Times New Roman][B][SIZE="3][COLOR="Navy]I have a Milwaukee Super Sawzall. I had to replace the armature and the wobble shaft because the end of the armature had snapped. The new parts came from ereplacement parts last night. I was rather excited and rushed to install them. I had replaced the old parts after removing them until the order arrived just so I wouldn't forget how things went back together and I also took pictures of everything as I took it apart.
I took everything back apart and installed the new armature. I then put that end of the casing back together.
I then went to install the new wobble shaft and noticed that when I had set that end of the sawzall down part of the blade shaft had slid out. I slid it back in but the two arms off the wobble shaft had slid out.
I went to my pictures for a reference on where to re install the arms coming off the wobble gears and it's the only picture I have that was so out of focus that all I could make out was the gear at the top of the wobble shaft.
I went through trial and error and have the larger arm installed into the slots in the blade shaft which make the blade shaft go up and down. I have the shorter arm installed into a metal collar, about 3" long that fits around the shaft and goes up and down. The hole in the collar that receives the arm is at the top left of the shaft.
When I install the wobble gear and turn it manually the blade shaft goes up and down with the rotation. But, I can only get 1 rotation of the gear and then I can't turn it anymore.
I plugged the other end of the sawzall in and turned it on and the armature works fine and spins in only one direction so I am thinking that the wobble gear is suppose to keep spinning also and not stop.
I need advice on the proper installation of the wobble assembly and exactly how the arms from the wobble shaft are suppose to sit in the blade shaft seats. I don't want to ruin a brand new armature.
Reply: Milwaukee Sawzall Question
I am wondering if the wobble gears or bearings may be shot also and maybe that's why the end of the armature had snapped off and the gear on top of the wobble shaft was chewed up? Turning the wobble gear and assembly out of the casing works properly.Both arms go up and down and the shaft rotates without a problem.
Question: Milwalkee SawsAllarts
My son loaned out his Milwalkee SawsAll and it came back without the quick disconnect blade holder. The serial no. 977 4222128 Catalog No 6527. I can't find this starting serial no. on a parts list. I think the highest is 963.
Anyone have any ideas how to find the correct parts?