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Part Number: A11126
Porter Cable
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Porter Cable
Product Number: A11126
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Specifications
Length: 7'
Gauge: 18
Wires: 3
Type: Bare Wire
Description:
This cord is a genuine Porter Cable replacement part and is sold individually. It is constructed with tough, thick outer rubber insulation for a long service life.
Power Cord Specifications:
  • 3 Prongs
  • 3 Wires
  • 18 Gauge
  • 7 Feet Long
  • Products Compatibility

    This item works with the following types of products:

    • • Engine
    • • Planer
    • • Router
    • • Sander
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    Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
    3 of 3 people found this instruction helpful
    Tool Type:
    Sander
    Parts Used:
    Cord - A11126
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    Less than 15 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, crimper
    Damaged cord needed to be replaced
    Take apart the the switch handle, remove the switch from the handle , then remove the old cord wires from the switch, and install the new cord wires. Attach the switch to the handle. The put the switch handle back on the sander.
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    Tool Type:
    Router
    Parts Used:
    Carbon Brush - N031652
    Cord - A11126
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    Less than 15 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Wire crimpers
    Cord restraint was broken
    Attached new cord and changed brushes
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    Tool Type:
    Sander
    Parts Used:
    Cord - A11126
    Switch - 5140112-36
    Repair Difficulty:
    Medium
    Time Spent Repairing:
    Less than 15 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Wire stripper & crimper
    Cord damaged, switch not functioning properly
    Took handle apart identified parts, ordered from e- replacement. When recieved installed new cord- switch, put handle back together, repair completed
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    Tool Type:
    Router
    Parts Used:
    Cord - A11126
    1/2" Collet Assembly - 42950
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    30-60 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Pliers, wire stripper
    The rubber reinforcement on the power cord was broken causing the cord to fray and the collet was missing.
    I removed the cover on the top of the router and unscrewed the bolts holding the power cord in.I then removed the old cord and laid it aside.I then lined up the new power cord alongside the old one cutting the the wires to match the old length.I then installed a wire end to complete the ground and put everything back together.Works like a charm again.
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    Tool Type:
    Router
    Parts Used:
    Strain Reliever - 901266
    Cord - A11126
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    15-30 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Pliers
    Cord broke
    Tore apart, put back together
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    Tool Type:
    Router
    Parts Used:
    Cord - A11126
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    15-30 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Pliers
    Old cord frayed and exposed conductors
    Removed old cord and strain reliever.
    Attached new cord and spliced and insulated conductors.
    Disposed old cord.
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    Tool Type:
    Router
    Parts Used:
    Bearing - 330003-05
    Cord - A11126
    Repair Difficulty:
    Medium
    Time Spent Repairing:
    30-60 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Socket set, gear/bearing puller, soft head hammer, C ring puller
    bad bearings, worn electrical cable.
    Unpluged
    removed top cap
    removed brushes
    made identification marks for putting back together
    separated housing
    removed old bearings, installed new
    put on new cord, reinstalled brushes
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    Tool Type:
    Router
    Parts Used:
    Cord - A11126
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    30-60 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Pliers, Wire cutter and razor to peel wire insulation back
    Router abruptly stopped or year ago.
    Basically followed some instructions on YouTube. Took the top cover and then the bracket holding this twitch. As a safety measure, I took photographs of the assembly before disconnecting anything. Removed ground wire and The wire nuts Connecting the red and black wires. Connected the new wires, and placed them into a safe position. Then insured no wire contacted the commentator. Put the new wire assembly into position, put the lid back on and tighten nuts.
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    Tool Type:
    Sander
    Parts Used:
    Cord - A11126
    Shoe Assembly - 903400
    Repair Difficulty:
    Medium
    Time Spent Repairing:
    30-60 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Wire stripper
    Bad cord
    Removed handle to expose wires. Cut and strip wires. Reassemble
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    Tool Type:
    Router
    Parts Used:
    Carbon Brush - N031652
    Cord - A11126
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    30-60 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Pliers, Wire strippers, crimp wire lug, crimp wire connector
    Cord had been cut and one brush was chipped
    I ordered a new cord and a set of brushes for my router. Instead of replacing the cord I made it a foot shorter. I had to remove the head cap of the router and remove the switch and the variable speed control. I stripped the cord wires at the end and used the new rubber cord guard I had purchased as the old one was damaged. I threaded the cord wires through the flexible rubber guard and attached the shorter cord as it was before. I had to crimp a lug on one wire and I had to use a capped crimp to join two other wires. The router worked fine with the chipped brush so now I have a new factory cord and a set of brushes in stock for future repairs.
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    The cord I received was not the correct one. The fitting at the router end would not fit into my router. I am checking to see if I misread the type number on my router.
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    Product Information
    Manufacturer: Porter Cable
    Product Number: A11126
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 0.43 lbs.
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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