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 DeWALT DW106 TYPE 2 Electric Drill Parts


Brush Spring
Note: Included In Figure 2
Part Number: 445860-00
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $3.99
Brush Ring, Brushes Sold Seperately
Note: Inc 4 - Included In Figure 2
Part Number: 449899-05
In Stock, 9 Available
Price:  $19.23
Power Cord
Note: Npp
Part Number: 330072-98
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $14.43
Ball Bearing
Note: A & B - Included In Figures 1 and 12
Part Number: 330003-04
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $12.26
Ball Bearing
Note: Ce - Included In Figure 12
Part Number: 605040-23
In Stock, 8 Available
Price:  $6.39
Keyless Chuck
Note: 3/8-24 Thread
Part Number: 330075-85
In Stock, 8 Available
Price:  $35.51
Screw
Note: M3.63x50 T15 - Included In Figure 2
Part Number: 330019-09
In Stock, 5 Available
Price:  $1.99
Level
Part Number: 143845-00L
In Stock, 3 Available
Price:  $3.99
Clamshell Set
Part Number: 464297-01
In Stock, 2 Available
Price:  $21.49
Cord Protector
Note: Npp
Part Number: 330005-01
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $5.64
Terminal
Part Number: 448387-00
In Stock, 3 Available
Price:  $1.99
Deflector
Part Number: 464292-00
In Stock, 1 Available
Price:  $1.99
Torx Screw
Note: M4 X 19 T20
Part Number: 330019-13
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $1.99
ID Label
Part Number: 395047-00
In Stock, 5 Available
Price:  $3.99
Grease,32 Oz.
Note: Exxon Cvj
Part Number: 283484-01
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Price:  $97.01
Kit Box
Part Number: 624370-00
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Price:  $87.25
Field Assembly
Note: Includes Figures 4, 5, 14
No Longer Available [ More Info ]
Part Number: 143843-00
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Nut, Field
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Part Number: 146636-00
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Arm.Fan and BRG
Note: Includes Figure 9
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Part Number: 464294-00
Discontinued
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Brush
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Part Number: 790402-00
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Switch - Variable Speed
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Part Number: 286242-00
Discontinued
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Reverse Switch
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Part Number: 150196-00
Discontinued
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Spindle and Gear
Note: Includes Figures 9, 10
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Part Number: 143835-02
Discontinued
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Grease, 6 Oz (Oem)
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Part Number: 761995-01
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How to Remove a Drill Chuck

This video explains steps for how to remove threaded-on chucks and taper-fit drill chucks, as well as steps for removing a spindle from an open-center chuck.

Accessories
Accessories for the DeWALT DW106

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Question: Chuck Replacement And Removal

Edwardriley1

How do I remove and install a new chuck in a dewalt DW 106 type 2 corded drill.
Hi edwardriley1,
E replacement parts has an excellent video on this subject.http://www.ereplacementparts.com/article/890/How_to_Remove_a_Drill_Chuck.html
Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Question: How Is New Switch Wired?

GeeLee

I have a model Dewalt 106 Type 2 and ordered the new switch, the old type being obsolete. There are 4 wire insert points on the new type switch; numbered 1 thru 4. Which numbers do the power cord wires go to and which numbers do the drill wires go to?
Hi GeeLee,
The replacement switch should be wired as follows:
Black cordset lead= No#1 post
White cordset Lead = No# 2 post
Jumper to reversing switch = No#3 post
lead from upper right field = No# 4 post
Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Question: Replacing Power Cord

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Does it matter which holes on the bottom of the switch the white and black wires on the new cord go into?
WJA
Hello blr,

If you look at the parts diagram. You will notice that the wires at the bottom back of the the switch are the cord wires. Either way you put the black and white cord wire in will be okay. Please see the link how to wire a trap door swicth to answer questions about wiring the switch.

Hope this helps,
WJA
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