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Armature 120V

Armature 120V

Part Number: 2610941200
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: and 2610912779.

Product Information
Manufacturer: Dremel
Product Number: 2610941200
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.47 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Description:
Original OEM replacement Armature Assembly used on some Dremel Corded Multi-Tools. This item includes an Armature, Fan, Armature Bearing, Commutator End Bearing, and the fan with pulley. Remember to be especially careful of the armature fan when you remove it, because if you break it, you will have to replace the entire armature. Due to constant contact with Carbon Brushes armature will eventually wear out and would need to be replaced. It is highly recommended to replace both Carbon Brushes when replacing an armature.
Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Multi-Tool
Questions & Answers

Is the armature & bearing assembly the same part on type 3 and type 4 model 395? Thank you
Howard Pierce for model number Dremel moto-tool model 395 type3 and 4
Hello Howard, thank you for your question. We only have information on the type 3 unit which is Part Number: 2615294320. This part has been discontinued and is no longer available. The other dremel units under model Dremel Corded Multi-?Tool Model Number: 395 (F0130395CA) and Dremel Corded Multi-?Tool Model Number: 395 (F013039504) use the same armature and bearing which is Part Number: 2610941200. I hope this helps.
Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Lock - 2610009839
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Torx driver
I was unable to get the collet to release the bit. The armature kept slipping past the lock button.
I took the tool to a repair shop, and they told me they could no longer get parts and turned me away. Good thing. Three minutes of Google searching led me to this site. The parts were very inexpensive. Remove the screw-on tip cover just below the collet. The case is held together by four (4) torx screws. Take those out and pull the top cover side off.The entire assembly lifts right out of the slots that line up with the bearings. The lock button is a simple u-shaped piece of spring steel that sits over the tip of the metal locking pin. The tip of that locking pin had sheared off of mine, probably by accidentally bumping it during operation. The armature slides out of the outer assembly (there are electrical connecting pins-be careful not to bend them). Remove the old collet assembly. Install the collet assembly onto the new armature. Slide the new armature into place, putting the pins back into the sockets. Place the bottom bearing of the assembly over the slot. Slide the tip of the armature through the lock-button spring, and place the entire thing back into the case. Make sure the locking pin lines up with the plastic outer button, and firmly seat the bearings into their slots. Align the power cord grommet with the slot in the bottom of the case. Reinstall the top side of the case. Reinstall the top screw cover just below the collet. Done.
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Rubber Ring - 2615297373
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Torx drive
Heavy vibration
Removed motor brushes,opened motor case and removed armature, cleaned interior of motor casings, replaced rubber bushing for rear bearing and installed new armature, installed new motor brushes, Closed motor casing and test ran.
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Torx driver
Bad ball bearings
Remove bushes. Split housing. Pay attention to the shaft lock spring. Install new armature assembly. Carefull reinstall upper case half. Snug Torx screws. Enjoy the tool. 15 min.

Don't even think about bearings for the ease and price of a new assembly!
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Field 120V - 2610907324
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, file
Intermittent power - shut off after running awhile - would not restart until cooled off period
Opened case and removed old armature and field assembly.. .Closed body up and works fine now...Problem was not on\off switch as originally though...Found minor discolored areas on the old field assembly and armature...Must have heated to the point where wiring was compromised internally on old armature and field assembly...
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
The commutator on the old armature was damaged
Removed the brush caps and old brushes
Removed the arbor end cap.
Removed two screws at cord end.
Carefully split the housing
Lifted out the armature
Placed the rubber ring on the bearing on the commutator end of armature
Slid new armature into position
Reassembled housing
Installed two screws in housing on armature end
Replaced seal cap
Installed new brushes and brush caps
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, torx screwdriver
Armature was making a screeching sound plus was losing variable speeds
Your web-site had eBay video on how to do repair, as stated above it took less than 15 minutes to complete. Tool works just as it did when new. I copied the video foe others to use.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7EbQrUqhro&list=PLfgSq7jBiq4J_q4OAP6MLU_FS81qDSEbk
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers
Armature was damaged from heat
A ohm meter is needed to test the armature, once verified that the armature is bad it must be removed. Case must be split open by removing four screws, then brushes are removed and then remove armature. Reverse procedure and reassemble unit with new armature.
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Dremel bits got loose and the part was striped.
I watch a tutorial in you tube and everything was easy.
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Sealing Cap - 2610913684
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, None
My Dremel 395 was running very rough after I had overloaded the tool cutting U-bolts from a Jeep axle .
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Tool Type:
MultiTool
Parts Used:
Variable Speed On-Off Switch - 2610912780
Armature 120V - 2610941200
Driver Cap - 2610916116
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
, Torx driver, needle nosed pliers, Dremel specific wrench
110V Dremel tool have stopped and would not run at all
1. Diagnosed problem to be both worn brushes and bad variable speed/on-off switch
2. Ordered replacement parts needed and decided a new armature with attached bearings would be a good investment in saved time and extended tool life between repairs
3. Verified unit was unplugged, removed end nut
4. Removed hanger bail, brush caps and brushes. One brush was jammed -see note 9
5. Removed housing retainer screws and positioned tool upside down before splitting
6. Used plastic scraper to gently split tool casing open. It would not part by hand
7. Removed power wires from old switch, making careful note of which wire color went where based on the position of the switch. If there were any guide marks I couldn't see them so color/position was important to reassemble properly.
8. Removed armature and switch together
9. Removed rubber isolation washer from rear bearing and then used diagonal cutter to break old switch bridge so I could remove it from the armature - it just wouldn't come off any other way and it was obviously bad. After removing armature/switch from case, clean both case halves.
10. Positioned new switch over new armature and reinstalled the rubber isolation washer
11. Installed new switch/armature into casing, take your time and work gently
12. Re-installed power wires into switch, they are a push in and lock type, smaller needle nosed pliers are great for this
13. Positioned power wire strain relief in case and worked the two case halves back together, then verified fit and reinstalled screws to lock it closed and reinstalled hanger/bail
14. Installed brushes and brush caps, then drive nut for flex shaft
15. VERY IMPORTANT - after verifying free spinning of armature when unplugged, I plugged the tool in and did a ramp from slow to max speed start, about five seconds between start to full speed, and then let the tool run with no load for five or six minutes to wear in the brushes. I hung the tool up in open air so it could ventilate and also blow away any brush dust from the run in.
16. Tool works great and the cost of the parts to make it better than new was less than buying a new grinder. The job was fun and should not be beyond the skill set of anyone who owns and uses one of these tools. .
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  • Replacing the armature was much easier than i thought it would be.
    Part works great, fixed the vibration problem from a possible bent shaft.
    Guest - September 17, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Perfect fit
    Absolutely perfect fit. Installed easily. Works great!
    Guest - August 17, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Armature Replacement
    Product was exact part and work great. Perfect replacement!
    Guest - June 27, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Great products in record time. Better than new!
    One of the guys in the shop threw away a complete Dremel kit with all of the accessories and box because the shaft had broken. I literally took it out of the trash can and ordered a new armature. It is now quieter and runs better than any new Dremel I have ever owned. The part was perfect and arrived within days of me ordering it.
    Guest - May 30, 2019 Verified Purchase
    An affordable replacement part
    Getting this part was a great opportunity when in fact all that I needed at first were the bearings. Getting the armature with the bearings attached made life much easer. It is like having a new ❤️.
    Guest - September 21, 2019 Verified Purchase
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    Product Information
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Product Number: 2610941200
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 0.47 lbs.
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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