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Field

Part Number: 1619PA5590
Bosch
Availability: 25+ in stock
Price: $59.85
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: and 2610996867.

Product Information
Manufacturer: Bosch
Product Number: 1619PA5590
Classification: Part
Weight: 3.00 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Specifications
  • 120V
Description:
This is an original replacement field designed for use with Bosch table saws. In conjunction with armature it drives the unit. A field is usually damaged by overloading the power tool, or because of a bad armature. It is highly recommended to replace both carbon brushes when replacing a field. This item is sold individually. To complete this repair you would need a screwdriver.

• Make sure the saw is unplugged
• Remove brush covers and take out brushes
• Remove the cap and the housing screws
• Once the housing is removed you will have access to the field
• Disconnect all wires leading from the field
• Take out old field and replace it with a new one
• Re-connect all the wires
• Re-assemble the motor
Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Saw
  • • Table Saw
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Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
11 of 11 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Field - 1619PA5590
Carbon Brush Set - 2610997207
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set
Motor lost power and then ran slowly in reverse.
I tried the speed control circuit board first and while difficult to stuff the wiring for it back under the motor's end cover, It didn't help to fix the problem.
Next I ordered the field and a set of brushes. The armature looked fine but I still sanded it down and cleaned the slots between the bars w/ a brass wire "tooth" brush. The field was a very tight fit and difficult to pull from the plastic motor housing. And then, even harder to press back in and have the mounting holes be orientated correctly for the screws that went thru them. I finally took some 150 grit sand paper to the12 support fins in the plastic case and shaved them down just enough so the field would slide into its home a little more easily. All is well now. For $115, I have a mostly new table saw motor, which works like it used to. A local repair shop wanted 3 or 4 times that for parts and labor. Glad I tried to fix it myself.
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6 of 6 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Field - 1619PA5590
Carbon Brush Set - 2610997207
Repair Difficulty:
Hard
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Wire Crimps, Channel Locks
Table saw blade was running backwards
With Table saw upside down, tilt saw blade to 45 degrees. Remove switch wire-stop where wire enters motor housing. Remove motor housing. Uncrimp wire connections with channel locks. Unbolt field and remove. Reverse order re-assembly, making sure new field wires exit internal motor housing together through access hole below the spinning rotor of the motor. NOTE: Internal plastic splines of motor housing had to be sanded down in order for new field to slide into housing. NOTE: New brushes cause minor intermittent voltage drops until they wear down into the shape of the motor rotor.
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3 of 3 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Field - 1619PA5590
Ball Bearing - 2610911928
Bearing - 2610911927
Rubber Ring - 2610996948
Carbon Brush Set - 2610997207
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Socket set, Wrench Set, Nutdriver, Wire strippers/crimper
Motor bearings worn out
1.) Bosch 4000 Table Saw w gravity rise stand. Removed blade and then table saw from stand (4 bolts)
2.) Turned table saw upside down and removed plastic table support frame from cast table to access motor (4 allen-head cap screws & 2 small bolts).
3.) Removed brushes (2)
4.) Removed motor end cap (3 screws) to expose rear motor bearing and wiring to motor field
5.) Removed motor housing from cast gear box/blade support (4 screws). Armature remained in gear box.
6.) Removed armature by pulling out of gear box and front bearing
7.) Removed front bearing retainer (2 screws) and removed bearing with inside puller. Replaced with new bearing and re-attached retainer.
8.) Removed rear bearing by cutting off with dremel and cutting wheel. The outer bearing had fallen off with ball bearings so only inner race remained on armature shaft and nothing for puller to grab to...so had to cut off.
9.) Replaced new bearing on shaft and cleaned armature with damp rag and a little brake cleaner.
10.) Removed wire nut caps from field wiring and rear motor cap (which contains speed control board). Removed 2 bolts that held field in motor housing. Removed field from motor housing by tapping out from rear.
11.) Replace with new field. Reattached wire nuts and tightened 2 bolts.
12.) Added grease to armature shaft gear end and reinstalled cast gear housing/blade support.
13.) Reassembled saw in reverse order
14.) Replaced saw blade
15.) Plugged in and ran like new. Parts for $100 saved my $600 table saw. Tool retailers wanted $300 minimum to begin repair which would be used towards the final repair bill. Glad I did it myself, but you should have some mechanical and electric motor knowledge and able to keep parts in order during disassembly.
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Field - 1619PA5590
Armature - 1619PA5591
Ball Bearing - 2610911928
Bearing - 2610911927
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Nutdriver
Saw ran at real slow rpm , no way it would cut anything
Removed motor from saw , disassembled motor, removed brushes, removed field from housing, installed new field, new armature, new speed control, new brushes . Installed motor in saw, reconnected on /off switch, plugged it in and turned tool on and bam! It worked !
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Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Field - 1619PA5590
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, wire crimper
field became loose, and moved into fan blade on armature, cut field windings. i believe it was missing 2 screws from the factory
make sure tool is unplugged from electrical. remove end cap, disconnect wires. (3 Phillips head screws) remove 4 Phillips head screws on motor cover. twist and pull off, leaving armature attached to machine. remove (2) 1/4" drive hex head screws, remove field winding from housing. reverse procedure to reinstall new field windings.
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Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Field - 1619PA5590
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers
Table not working
Remove back of motor. Pull end cap off motor. Unplug all wires. Remove two field screws and pull field. replace and put all back together. Remember to remove brushes so motor will fit over shaft.
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Discussion
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Question: Motor Runs Backward At Half Spee...

1217807

I was using the table saw cutting a sheet of phywood half way though the cut the stop and reversed at half speed. I have replaced the speed control but it didnt help. I think it the field is shorted but no 100% sure!
Question: FIELD ASSEMBLY AND ARMATURE FOR...

Oral

LIKE TO PURCHASE A NEW OR USED FIELD ASSEMBLE AND ARMATURE FOR SUBJECT TABLE SAW FOR REASONABLE PRICE.
CAN ANYONE HELP? I SEE SOME ARMATURES ON EBAY BUT NOT FINDING FIELD ASSEMBLIES.
WJA
Hello 1190959,

I spoke with the factory regarding the delivery date of the parts you are looking for. The 2610996866 armature has an estimated delivery date to them mid September. And the 2610996867 field has an estimated delivery date to them at the end of September. These are estimated dates they could come in earlier or later then these dates. Not very good news.

-WJA
Question: Field

dragonsaver

Hi, it's me again. I got my new field and followed the instructions that Howard has posted. Good job Howard. I followed these instructions and have put the field in. But I have a wire left over. My field has 4 wires. The 2 red ones on the field I attached to the housing. There is a white one from the speed control that I attached to the white one on the field. There is a small black one that I attached to the black one on the field. But I have one from the speed control that i can't find the place that it goes. I do remember when I took it off that it would be easy for me to but back on, but that was before I started losing things and had to look for them. The field in the diagram only has three wires, but I have four, and one left over. Can somebody please help me. I knew I should have taken this to somebody that knew what they were doing!! Thanks
Question: Motor Running Opposite

Ben

The wood clipped my blade. The motor now sounds forced and is running in opposite direction. Please Help
Hi Ben,

We have run into the same problem several times with the Model #4000 tablesaws. We have always found the problem to be with the field. I would bet that a new field would solve the problem. The field is part #2610996867 and is available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark

I have the same problem and am getting ready to check the motor. I don't see any parts listed for the start capacitor. Is this integrated with the field in this saw, i.e., does one have to buy the entire field even if the capacitor is bad?
No Start cap in universal motors.
You will need to replace this field winding assy.
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    Manufacturer: Bosch
    Product Number: 1619PA5590
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 3.00 lbs.
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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