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Cord Set

Part Number: 664213-3
Makita
Availability: 25+ in stock
Price: $9.35
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 664015-7, 664002-6 and 664013-1.

Specifications
Length: 8'
Gauge: 18
Wires: 2
Type: Bare Wire
Description:
This cord is a genuine Makita replacement part and is sold individually.
This cord is made for the double insulated tools shown below
It is a two wire cord with two prongs and does not need a ground wire.
Product Information
Manufacturer: Makita
Product Number: 664213-3
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Repair Guides
Watch the Repair Video for Cord Set
How to Replace the Power Cord on a Makita Planer
Articles:
How to Replace the Power Cord on a Makita Planer
Step-by-step instructions for removing and installing the power cord on your Makita planer....
August 06, 2018
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Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Circular Saw
  • • Drill
  • • Electric Drill
  • • Grinder
  • • Laminate Trimmer
  • • Miter Saw
  • • Nibbler
  • • Planer
  • • Reciprocating Saw
  • • Router
  • • Sander
  • • Saw
  • • Screwdriver
  • • Shear
  • • Trimmer
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Questions & Answers

Original cord was 14' , is it still available?
Robert willman for model number 1100planer
Hello Robert, Thank you for your question. In order for us to locate the correct parts and repair information we will require the model number of the unit. Once you have located the model number please feel free to resubmit the question and we will be happy to help you. Look forward to hearing from you!
Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
Tool Type:
Electric Drill
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682502-4
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, SOLDERING IRON
CORD GUARD AND CORD SET DAMAGED
TOOK DRYWALL GUN APART REPLACED CORD AND CORD GUARD
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Tool Type:
Electric Drill
Parts Used:
Dust Cover - 421144-7
Variable Switch - 650208-2
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Broken variable speed trigger and dust cover and frayed cable
1. Removed plastic handle and took pictures of how trigger was wired
2. Unscrewed wire harness and removed old trigger, dust cover, and cable
3. Replaced wire slip cover over new power cable
4. Connected wires into the trigger
5. Reassembled dust cover, wire harness, and plastic handle
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682502-4
Switch - 651232-8
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Soldering iron - I don’t like crimp- on terminals
Switch was intermittent and power cord was old and tired
I opened the handle by removing 3 screws. The replacement trigger fit right into the handle; it needed 2 ring lug terminals soldered onto the new power cord and connected where the old power cord was. The new cord was already stripped properly, the conductors each needed to be shortened 1-1/2” or so and then clamped under the handles’ built-in strain-relief. The rubber cord guard fit into its built-in nest. The handle parts provide well designed nests and wire guides so carefully replacing the handle half will provide clamping action for the cord guard. The switch fits right in and is well secured. Replacing the handle half and tightening the 3 screws completes the job. There were no printed instructions provided and the 2 replacement electrical wire terminals were not supplied, but any normal human would have no difficulties as the assembly is quite clear and the terminals are available almost everywhere ... I enjoyed this easy little repair project and now my little belt sander works great again, and the replacement power cord is more robust than the original. Ereplacement Parts was easy to use and the employee I spoke with was very knowledgeable and nice to deal with.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682502-4
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Electrical cord was deterinated
1. Remove 4 screws from top case of sander.
2. Pry up the top case and remove.
3. Remove 2 screws from cord clamp.
4. Disconnect the two wires.
5. Remove old cord & cord guard.
6. Install new cord & cord guard.
7. Connect the two wires and position wires same as original.
8. Reinstall the cord clamp.
9. Replace top case of sander.
10. Secure top case with 4 screws.


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Tool Type:
Electric Drill
Parts Used:
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Worn out cord
Remove the screws from the housings and separate them.
Remove the cord clamp, remove the cord wires from the switch
Connect the new cord wires into the switch
Replace the cord clamp
Screw the housings back together
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Tool Type:
Router
Parts Used:
Switch - 651472-8
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Hard
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, rubber hammer- stripper- crimper- neddle nose pliers
Bad power cord and broken switsh
1. Remove all visible screws
2. Remove brushes
3. Tap and pry top of tool apart with caution and leave bottom together.
4. Remove bolts from stator and unhook brush connectors (2) and leave rotor in bottom half.
5. Switch and cord connections are not exposed. Unscrew switch and remove wires. Note handing for re connections.
6. Put tool back together and lightly tap with a rubber hammer to put housings back together.
7. Caution- not a snap to fix. Take to took to a shop unless your real good with your hands.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Carbon Brush Set - CB75
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Knifeto cut insulation to bare wire and connect to disc san
Two worn brushes and a worn electric cord
Removed the molded housing and opened up the disc sander. I removed the two brush holders and using a small screwdriver released the copper hinges which let the old brush and spring come out of its housing. Note that you have to twist the wire in the plastic brush holder a little bit to be able to remove the brush and spring. Once removed I replaced the new brushes I purchased from ereplacement parts.com. Then I took my knife and cut the insulation off the new cord I purchased from ereplacementparts.com and twisted the white wire on to the white wire of the sander. Then did likewise to the black wire. I further warpped each wire (white to white) with electrical tape and did the same to the black wire. Be sure you get a good tight twist on the wires and taped up very well because the disc sander has a very small compartment for the wires to rest in and you surely don't want them touching each. Carefully place the wires in the molded housing of the disc sander and put the other half back on with the original screws. My Mikita disc sander was ready to go again. By the way my sander is ten years old and I don't have to buy a new one. Thanks ereplacement parts.com
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Tool Type:
Router
Parts Used:
Switch - 651472-8
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Soldering iron, heat shrink tubing.
The switch broke and the cord was frayed.
1. Removed the screws from the router housing.
2. Pulled apart the housing.
3. Removed carbon brush blocks.
4. Removed switch and disconnected wires. Documenting where the four wires are attached.
5. Cleaned stator, rotor, inside of housing. Cleaned and lubricated bearings.
6. Replaced switch, installed new one, cut the two existing power wires on the old switch.
7. Left old switch connectors intact with 1 1/2" of existing black and white wires.
8. Soldered new B&W wires to short sections of old wire with connectors, use heat shrink tubing.
9. Used old strain relief and cord clamp to install new cord.
10. Reassembled router housing, reinstalled carbon brush blocks.
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Tool Type:
Router
Parts Used:
Cord Guard - 682502-4
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Crimper
Original power cable had deteriouated.
1. Opened up the router by removing screws.
2. Disconnected the old power cable.
3. Installed lugs on the new cable.
4. Installed new cable in the router.
5. Closed up the router with original screws.
It works!
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Carbon Brush - CB124
Cord Set - 664213-3
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Cord was cut, older sander, so replaced brushes at the same time
Removed the six screws holding half of the body
Removed the switch
Removed wires from switch
Note: new cord does not have eyelets on end, had to add
Reattached wires to switch
Reattached body
Replaced brushes
Runs like new
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