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Cord Guard

Part Number: 682505-8
Makita
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Makita
Product Number: 682505-8
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
Also Known As: Strain Relief, Cord Protector, Cord Cover, Cord Grip
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Specifications
  • Genuine O.E.M. Makita replacement cord guard
  • Protects from cord damage
  • Constructed of tough rubber
Description:
This cord guard / strain reliever is a genuine Makita replacement part. It covers the final portion of cord before entering the tool, providing extra rigidness and preventing cord damage. Over time these cord guards break down and require replacement. The guard is constructed of heavy duty rubber compound for toughness.



This cord guard is compatible with the tools listed below. It is not guaranteed to fit any other power tool models.
Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Makita
3803A Groove Cutter
420S Dust Collector
5007NBA Circular Saw
5007NBA Circular Saw
5037NBA Circular Saw
5037NBA Circular Saw
5177B Hypoid Saw
5402A Circular Saw
5402A Circular Saw
9016DB Angle Grinder
9060L Angle Sander
6922NB Shear Wrench
5057B Circular Saw
5057B Circular Saw
7104L Chain Mortiser
2030N Planer Jointer
2030N Planer Jointer
5007S Circular Saw
5007S Circular Saw
5077B Hypoid Saw
LS1214 Dual Slide Compound Miter Saw
LS1214 Dual Slide Compound Miter Saw
9015A Angle Grinder
5277NB Hypoid Saw
LS1221 Compound Miter Saw
LS1221 Compound Miter Saw
5007FAK Circular Saw
5007FAK Circular Saw
5007FK Circular Saw
5007FK Circular Saw
LS1013F Miter Saw
LS1013F Miter Saw
LS1013FL Compound Miter Saw
LS1013FL Compound Miter Saw
LS1040F Compound Miter Saw
LS1040F Compound Miter Saw
LS1013L Compound Miter Saw
LS1013L Compound Miter Saw
5008FA Circular Saw
5008FA Circular Saw
LS1000 10 inch Miter Saw
LS1000 10 inch Miter Saw
9607BL 6000RPM Grinder
LS1214FL 12" Dual Slide Compound Miter Saw
LS1214FL 12" Dual Slide Compound Miter Saw
LS1214L 12" Dual Slide Compound Miter Saw with Laser
LS1214L 12" Dual Slide Compound Miter Saw with Laser
5104 14A 10-1/4" Circular Saw
5104 14A 10-1/4" Circular Saw
5007NBK Type 1 7-1/4" 15A Heavy-Gauge Aluminium Base Circular Saw
5007NBK Type 1 7-1/4" 15A Heavy-Gauge Aluminium Base Circular Saw
GA6010Z 10.5A 6" Cutoff / Angle Grinder
GA5020 10.5A 5" SJS Angle Grinder
GA5010Z 10.5A 5" Angle Grinder
2401B 10" Miter Saw
2401B 10" Miter Saw
LS1211 Miter Saw
LS1211 Miter Saw
LS1440 Miter Saw
LS1440 Miter Saw
2030 (Type 1) 12" Planer-Jointer
2030 (Type 1) 12" Planer-Jointer
2030 (Type 2) 12" Planer-Jointer
2030 (Type 2) 12" Planer-Jointer
LS1430 14" Miter Saw
LS1430 14" Miter Saw
LS1400 14" Miter Saw
LS1400 14" Miter Saw
5057KB 7-1/4" Circular Saw
5057KB 7-1/4" Circular Saw
RP1800 3-1/4 HP Plunge Router
RP2301FC 3-1/4 HP Plunge Router
SP6000K1 6-1/2" Plunge Circular Saw with 55" Guide Rail
SP6000K1 6-1/2" Plunge Circular Saw with 55" Guide Rail
GA5020Y Super Joint Angle Grinder

Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Chain Saw
  • • Chop Saw
  • • Circular Saw
  • • Demolition Hammer
  • • Grinder
  • • Impact Wrench
  • • Jointer
  • • Miter Saw
  • • Planer
  • • Rotary Hammer
  • • Router
  • • Sander
  • • Saw
  • • Shear
  • • Table Saw
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Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Miter Saw
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Power Cord - 664265-4
Compression Spring 9 - 231297-2
Switch Lever - 414157-5
Switch SP115F-1 - 651895-0
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Wrench Set, wire stripper and cutter
Power cord was frayed and needed replacement
1. Removed 4 phillips head screws to remove handle assembly from saw.
2. Removed 5 phillips head screws to open handle assembly and provide access to wiring
3. Removed power cord and its connection to a connector component and the switch.
4. Cut new wires as needed to make connections
5. Noted that the new strain relief was not the correct size. Discovered that this was due to the labeling on the miter saw which indicated that it was a model LS 1030 when it was actually a model LS 1030N. Was able to determine this from drawings which were accurate.
6. Used old strain reliever which was in good condition
7. Then disaster: One of the handle assembly screws fell into the armature casing. The armature unit could not be removed as it appeared to be stuck in the casing. This condition has been reported by others. After a couple of days trying magnets, shaking the casing, using wires, etc. I finally was able to see where the screw was stuck with a flashlight shining on the casing air vents. Once seeing the screw I was then able to remove it.
8. Then took a little time to discover how a retention spring functioned together with the safety release button on the unit.
9. Voila! Repair complete and the saw started and has been resurrected from the dead!!
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Tool Type:
Circular Saw
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Power Cord - 664265-4
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Cord was worn
Removed the handle cover
Removed the cord clamp
Removed the cord wires from the switch
Slid the new cord relief onto the new cord
Connected the new cord wires to the switch
Screw in the cord clamp
Screwed the handle cover on
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Tool Type:
Circular Saw
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Power Cord - 664265-4
Lever - 341417-1
Tapping Screw Bind CT 4X8 - 266061-2
Handle Cover - 410201-6
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Wire stripper, crimping pliers
The 5007 Makita saw had been thrown away with a broken handle, lever missing, and cord cut.
1. Removed the switch assembly and the old cord.
2. Crimped new ring terminals on the new cord.
3. Installed new cord with cord guard
4. Installed new handle cover using M3 x .7 x 25mm screws
5. Installed new lever and screw
6. Put a new blade on it and it cuts great.
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Tool Type:
Miter Saw
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Power Cord - 664265-4
Switch SP115F-1 - 651895-0
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Died suddenly. Figured it was something with the switch.
Replaced the cord (very worn and cracked) and replaced the switch inside. It was the switch (Switch SP115F-1 (651895-0) = $15.28) that was bad. Took the motor off then the handle/button cover, cut the new cord wires to length, attached, then put in the switch (you'll need to buy the electrical flat slide female connection for the wire that goes to the switch, the other wire is a screw down attachment. - I have that stuff on hand - very cheap from any hardware store), you'll see it when you take off the cover. The biggest problem was getting the spring to stay in place that holds the switch handle out. A small flat-head screwdriver did the trick.
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Tool Type:
Miter Saw
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Chip Deflector (T1) - 410705-8
Carbon Brush Set - CB154
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set
Very old but fully serviceable saw. Hate to replace it!
1. Removed the handle / motor housing and installed a new power cord, both longer and larger gauge wire, including a ground wire, using the new cord guard. The original cord did not have a ground wire, now this is installed and tied to the cast metal part of the outer motor housing.
2. Disassembled the miter box and installed a new chip guard (these tend to break so I bought 2).
3. Installed new brushes and saved the old ones, as a backup set.

Everything works great. Took maybe 30 minutes.
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Tool Type:
Circular Saw
Parts Used:
Switch - 651172-0
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Power Cord - 664265-4
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers
the switch was bad and the electrical cord was broken
Disassembled the handle.
Removed the swiitch.
Attached the new cord and cord guard.
Re-installed the switch.
Reassembled the handle.
Saw works perfect.
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Tool Type:
Circular Saw
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Power Cord - 664265-4
Wing Nut M6 - 252624-0
P.H. Screw M4X8 - 911106-8
Lever - 341417-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
The Safety guard handle was broken off and cord was in bad shape.
Removed a total of 5 screws off of the handle and open and exposed power cord housing, removed two set screws and replaced old cord with new.
Put installed new handle to blade guard with set screw.
Installed the new locking screw on face plate use to set angles on sew.
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Tool Type:
Saw
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Tension Spring - 231806-7
Lever - 415799-8
Blade Case - 316727-5
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Maintenance
1 Review fasteners used on tool and select tools
2 Disassemble
3 Replace worn and broken parts
4 Reassemble
5 Test
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Tool Type:
Circular Saw
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Tapping Screw - 265995-6
Power Cord - 664463-0
Motor Housing - 152989-9
Handle Cover - 417712-2
Name Plate - 853564-1
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Wrench Set, Snap ring pliers
Trigger was loose in the handle and wouldn't work predictably. The housing was broken where the trigger mounts, allowing the movement.
You will have to take the saw mostly apart for this repair, but parts cost a lot less than a new saw if you don't mind the repair work. Start by removing the blade, washers, and bolt. Remove the foot from the saw by removing the pivot screw/nut at the front and the adjustment bolt from the rear (remove the set screw on the lever, then the lever, then the nut and bolt. Remove the blade guard by removing the snap ring, stop button, and return spring. Remove the drive pud (what the blade bolts to) by removing the four retaining screws. Remove the blade housing by removing the screws from the backside. Remove the handle cover. Remove the white plastic cover behind the blade housing. Pull the armature out of the field coil (might have to tap on the back of the motor housing to get the bearing out of the bore, otherwise it's held in with magnetic force). Carefully remove the wiring from the handle for the cord, trigger, and light. Remove the field coil screws and the coil (turning the housing over and thumping it against a wood block with release it; it's pressure fit). Reinstall the field coil into the new motor housing (line up the screw holes and tap it in with a drift ot screwdriver until it seats). Reinstall the field coil screws. Carefully route the wiring through the guides in the housing. If the cord needs replacement now's a good time. The rest of reassembly is just the reverse of disassembly. Be sure to test the saw when done. These are relatively simple tools to repair, just take your time and snap some pictures if you need to.
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Tool Type:
Circular Saw
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682505-8
Power Cord - 664265-4
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Wire stripper / crimper
Cord insulation was cracked from age
1. Removed handle
2. Removed old cord
3. Cut and stripped insulation from new cord
4. Added and crimped wire connectors
5. Installed new power cord and cord guard
6. Replace handle
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    Like new - installation made simple with the help of a youtube demonstration.
    Guest - September 23, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Great part
    Back in business
    Guest - September 17, 2019 Verified Purchase
    exactly right
    Arrived promptly and worked perfectly.
    Guest - September 13, 2019 Verified Purchase
    worked as expected
    part fit perfect
    james - July 18, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Cord Protector
    Very Good Product
    Gerard - May 6, 2019 Verified Purchase
    fine
    worked fine
    Guest - April 25, 2019 Verified Purchase
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    Product Information
    Manufacturer: Makita
    Product Number: 682505-8
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 0.01 lbs.
    Also Known As: Strain Relief, Cord Protector, Cord Cover, Cord Grip
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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