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This switch activator button is a genuine Makita replacement part, It is sold individually.
It has to be pressed to activate the power switch.
This is a very common replacement part. It is advised to order one or two extra to keep on hand.
This Makita switch button is compatible with the tools listed below, and it is not guaranteed to fit any other power tool models.
This cord is a genuine DeWalt replacement part. This cord is compatible with the list of models below. This part is made for double insulated tools It is a two wire cord with two prongs and does not need a ground wire. The cord is sold individually. Installation of this part requires the new cord wires to go correctly into wire terminals also routing the cord and wires in the right path can help avoid pinching when the tool case (Plate) is put back into place.
This cord protector is a genuine DeWalt replacement part and is sold individually.
Cord Protectors are designed to slide onto your cord and fit securely at the end, where it’s firm rubber will protect the base of the cord from getting bent and pinched, which can expose the wires and become a safety hazard.
This Rocker switch has 4 terminals and a compact design for easy installation. This authentic Delta replacement part is sold individually.
Switches are commonly replaced parts in power tools, handling all on/off and variable speed operations. They also have a role in electric breaking; they can momentarily reverse electrical polarity. Because switches use mechanical internals, they will degrade and wear out over time, eventually requiring replacement. Some common signs of a broken or failing switch are:
This is a genuine Dewalt replacement part, it is sold individually.
Worn brushes are often the cause of a poorly running motor
• Replacing brushes can fix an intermittent motor
• New brushes can restore a motor’s electric braking
Carbon motor brushes are one of the most commonly replaced power tool components. Because carbon brushes are wear items, meaning that through friction and use they will gradually wear away, they will eventually require replacement. Worn brushes are common causes of intermittent motor function, reduced electric braking, and reduced motor power. A worn out brush will often be worn down near the wire lead and may be cracked, pitted, or burned. When replacing carbon brushes, be sure to also inspect your armature for burns, cracks, or other damage which indicates a larger motor problem.
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