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Looking for Your Porter Cable Model Number?

Last modified on 10-03-2013
It's never fun to receive an incorrect part. That's why we require your Porter Cable model number in order to start shopping for parts. If you didn't come prepared with this number, it's okay. We'll help you find it in this section.

Porter Cable places their model number on the box your product came in, the owner's manual and on the tool itself. If at all possible, always attempt to look on the product first -- it's the surefire way to get the information you need, quickly.

You'll want to search your product for a rating tag (sticker) that's white or silver. It should have various numbers including, the model number, serial number and type number -- all of which may be required to properly identify your product. It should appear in an area that's free from wear and tear, but also easy to find. Look in places like the handle, backside, and even front of your unit.

Once you've found the number, enter in the search box on this page to start browsing parts.

Once you have search for, and correctly identified, your model the results will list the various types to choose from.In some instances the type number will follow a dash in the model number, for example an HFAC3030-1 is a Type 1 tool.

If you're still have trouble, feel free to give us a call! We can be reached at (866) 802-6383.
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The Parts and Resources You Need

Did you know that a lot of the parts being sold online for Porter Cable power tools are not the exact part that your tool came with? These are referred to as “After Market” parts and you are going to want to avoid these if you can. These parts are cheap knock-offs that will lower the performance of your equipment and possibly cause damage. Your best choice will always to be to choose a genuine OEM part. OEM is an acronym for Original Equipment Manufacturer, which just means that the replacement part is made by the same manufacturer as the original part. This will ensure that your equipment will function according to its design. You will be happy to know that all of the parts we sell for Porter Cable are OEM and come backed with our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.

In addition to our huge selection of OEM Porter Cable parts and accessories, we also give you all of the help you could need to properly install them. You'll find this information in our Repair Center and our YouTube channel.

For those of you that like to have a guide for use during the repair, your best bet is to locate your specific repair in our Repair Center and print it off to use while you're repairing.

And for those of you that work best by visually seeing the repair, the YouTube channel should be right up your alley. Our in-house expert, Mark, will walk you through each step while explaining it in a way that anyone can understand.

Check them out today!
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I just wanted to thank you for the great video on how to repair a Porter-Cable router. I broke the spindle pin on my router and had to disassemble it to get the chuck off. Your video was exactly what I needed to make the repair. It took a while, but seeing what had to be done before completing the project was priceless Thanks again.
Willet
New Hampshire, USA
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Porter Cable developed the first portable belt sander, as well as the first helical drive circular saw, and portable band saw. In 1996, the Smithsonian Institution began collecting many of the tools they’ve made in their long history, making them the first power tool company to have such a collection. The collection includes an unusual array of company artifacts, such as their original inventions, photographs, and even a bowling trophy from the 1930s.
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