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Clamshell Set
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End Cap
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Bit Clip
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Fwd/Rev Button
 
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Part Number: 633327-02

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VSR Switch
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Part Number: 152274-25SV

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Adapter Plate
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Screw,Taptite
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Motor and Pinion
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Torx Screw
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Transmission
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Conversion Kit
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Screw,Thd.Form
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Lead Wire Assembly.
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Lead Wire Assembly.
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Motor Lead Wire Guide
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Nameplate
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Part Number: 659506-00

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Brush Box
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Part Number: 603754-01

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Instruction Label
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Screw,Base
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Cap
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Part Number: 609133-00

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Adj.Collar
 
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Detent Spring
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Part Number: 395460-00

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Spindle Housing Assembly
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Part Number: 629829-00

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Spindle Assembly.
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Part Number: 638692-00

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Spring
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Cam Return Spring
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Part Number: 399059-00

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Cam Ring
 
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Ratchet,Fixed
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Part Number: 394542-00

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Chuck and Spindle Assembly
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Part Number: 629828-00SV

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Side Handle
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836
Insert
 
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Mandrel
 
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Chuck Removal Fixture
 
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Screwdriver Bit
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Kitbox
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Dewalt 18 Volt Battery (XRP, Ni-Cd)
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Battery - 18 Volt
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18V Ni-Cd XRP2 Pack Batteries
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DeWALT 7.2V - 18V Charger
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Questions & Answers

I would like to order your brush box for my DeWalt DC925 drill/hammer drill and see you do stock them . Knowing that I probably need 2 brushes , when I order your 603754-01 does that come with 2 brushes or will I need to order 2 ?
ronald s rymal for model number DC 925
Hello Ronald, Thank you for the question. This is an individual Brush and box. You would need to order 2 to replace both. Hope this helps!
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Question: DeWalt DC925 Keyless Chuck Remov...

1446242

I have a DeWalt DC 925 with a jammed keyless chuck. Most videos indicate a removal of a torx screw thru the opening of the chuck, mine does not have any type of screw head down the center of the chuck. how do I remove the chuck to install a replacement.
WJA
Hello 1446242,

We have an article and video on How to Remove a Drill Chuck. Just omit the part about the chuck screw. Make sure you have your drill in the drill setting and in low gear. It should come off with a little work.

-WJA
Question: Dewalt Dc925 Hammer Drill

1238490

I purchased a transmission for my DeWalt hammer drill model DC925. when it came in a rubber band was around it. Removing the band, I bumped the transmission and it came apart. I carefully removed parts in order, well as luck would have it, I bumped the table and scattered parts everywhere. Does anyone have a diagram of the transmission. I called eReplacement parts, DeWalt service center and no one has schematic on the transmission. I've worked on it 3 days and about the time I think I have it figured out, something doesn't fit. Thanks bjturm
WJA
Hello 1238490,

I have not seen a parts diagram for the 613237-00SV Transmission. I spoke to one of my techs regarding this, and he said the same thing happened to him. He said that he spent so much time trying to rebuild the transmission. The he ended up ordering a new one and we had to replace it for the customer at no charge.

-WJA
Question: Removing Drill Chuck

1215607

My DC925 doesn't have a screw in the middle of the chuck to remove as shown on your videos.

So now what do I do?
WJA
Hello 1215607,

A while back we had some questions regarding the N113656 Keyless Chuck. This a post by ifix2ls that I hope will answer your questions.

Just found this for a Dewalt #DC901 Chuck and it works great for the DC925 also. As far as the heat gun or hair dryer................ I used a propane torch and it did great.[/I]

To remove the DC925 chuck, you want to first ensure that the drill is in all the right places, positions, settings, and etc. First, ensure the tool is in low-gear. This is a stronger torque gear that is simply better suited for the intense wrenching the chuck is about to encounter. You will also want to ensure the tool is set to drill-mode, that the clutch is set at clutch setting “22,” and that the drill-chuck itself is entirely open. These few steps, while simple, are vitally important to the overall process and will literally make or break your chuck removal procedure.

The next step in removing your chuck requires a vise or vise-like mechanism to clamp the DCD950 hammer drill. If you don’t have access to this kind of equipment, it is advised that you take the drill to a certified repair shop, or, at least, borrow someone else’s. If you do have access this kind of equipment, tightly clamp the drill-chuck (just the chuck and leaving the body of the drill entirely free) into the vise. If, for one or another reason, you wish to avoid any scratching or injury to the chuck, wrap a shop rag around it before clamping.

Using just your own body strength, whip the drill in a counterclockwise direction until the Loctite breaks. You will hear a “pop” and you will feel a significant decrease in the overall tightness of the chuck. If after a few whips the Loctite remains persistently unbroken, you can heat it up with a heat-gun or blow-dryer. This should render the glue pliable enough to break the more easily.

Once you hear that “pop,” remove the drill from the vise. Next, using counterclockwise twists, simply hand-twist the chuck off the drill. It should now easily remove with only a few complete twists, and that is just about it.

To reinstall a new chuck, simply dab a dob (really, only a small dob) of Loctite onto the drill’s threaded chuck shaft. Twist and hand-tighten the chuck onto the shaft in a clockwise motion. Allow the glue set and secure to the threads for at least one-hour before using your DC925 in any capacity. I reiterate, while it is smart to allow the Loctite to set for up to 24-hours, you must let it set for, at very least, one hour.
Question: Hammerdrill Ain't Hammerin'!

papasrepairs

The ol' DC925 don't hammer any more; I opened it up and noticed that one of the leads to the trigger had fractured/burned through (probably from overheating), but this was a byproduct of it not wanting to drill into concrete any more. Also, before it ceased working at all, it would frequently slip out of hammerdrill mode and into drill only. I assume they're related?

Which part has pooped out? As with Sergeant Schultz, "I know nothing, nothing!"

Thanks, y'all.
Hi papasrepairs,
I don't think I'd put any money into that drill. You have a number of problems and your looking at well over $100.00 in parts.You can get a new Dc928 on ebay for under $100.00.I'd go that route first.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Question: Hammer Drill Slip

1095045

on my drill in full drill it acts like I have the clutch set low especially in the high position. if I go to low it still slips but not as bad. I believe it is the transmission.
WJA
Hello 1095045,

With the problems you are having it sounds like your transmission has gone bad on you. The best thing to do is to replace it, then you you should be back to normal. The part number you would want to order is 613237-00SV.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Question: How To Remove A Dc925 Keyless Ch...

kleber

i have a dc 925 and it's keyless chuck is stuck,, how can i remove this part, i saw some guy removing the hole part but not this one,,thanks
WJA
Hello kleber,

Here is a link to a few ideas on how to remove the DC925 chuck. I hope this will help. These are past posts from the forum.

How to Remove a DC925 Chuck.

-WJA
Question: DeWalt DC925 Type 1

billybobduke

Drill won't go into reverse, also when trigger is released, drill brake doesn't stop drill. Please let me know if problem is in trigger/switch. Thanks !
Hi Billybobduke,
Yes that would be your VSR trigger switch.Good luck.
Tinker
Question: Dewalt Transmission Trouble Dc92...

cosmoking

:confused:I have a dc925 hammerdrill and when in the drill position I can hold the chuck and press the trigger and it skips. Im wondering if it the transmission. The motor is strong and the brushes are good. Please help.
WJA
You might try to move your hi/low shift slide either forward or back to see if it is in between gears (or in the neutral position) that is the most popular problem we have seen. If that will not fix it, you probably will have to replace the transmission. The part number is 613237-00 Let me know if that will take care of the problem.

Thanks,

WJA
Question: Locksmith

cosmoking

I have a Dewalt dc925 which I can hold on to the chuck in the drill mode and the motor turns but the chuck will not spin it just clicks.When I try to do this with a dw988 I have I can not hold on to the chuck without it breaking my wrist. I wonder if the transmission is bad on the dc925. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
WJA
You might try to move your hi/low shift slide either forward or back to see if it is in between gears (or in the neutral position) that is the most popular problem we have seen. If that will not fix it, you probably will have to replace the transmission. The part number is 613237-00 Let me know if that will take care of the problem.

Thanks,

WJA
Question: Self-tighening Chuck Opens In Re...

Kevin

I have a Dewalt DC970 with the self-tightening chuck. The chuck opens up when you try and back screws out with it. Does the chuck need replaced or can in be repaired?
Dewalt DC925 Chuck won't stay locked when reverse mode. It reoleases the bit. Anyone have any answers?
Hi Kevin: This is one of Dewalt's hair brain chuck designs.The chuck is non serviceable and will have to be replaced. Sorry I couldn't give you better news.Good luck.
Tinker
The new dewalt chucks are junk. I have had to replace these with standard keyless chucks for my customers.
Question: Gears

Ed

I have an DC925 18 volt type 1 drill/driver/hammerdrill.
What would cause my drill to make a grinding noise when on drill low gear? This never happened before. Could the transmission be out?
Had one do that, it was the transmission gears starting to strip. Check that first
WJA
Hello Ed,

First check you high/low selector, make sure it's going all the way into its position. If that checks out okay, gear boxes do not last forever. It might be time to replace it. It is part number, 613237-00SV.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Question: Changing Brushes

defosh

Hi can someone explain how to change brushes in a DeWalt dc925xrp drill ? Thanks
Hi, The brush spring and tube assembly are sold as a cartridge and you just take the lead off and gently pry them out.Hope that helps.
Thanks, that helps alot.
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