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Power Cord (8-Foot)

Part Number: 330077-98
DeWALTBlack and Decker
Availability: 25+ in stock
Price: $18.28
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: and 143965-00.

Product Information
Manufacturer: DeWALT, Black and Decker
Product Number: 330077-98
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Specifications
Length: 8'
Gauge: 18
Wires: 2
Type: Bare Wire
Description:
This cord is a genuine DeWalt replacement part and is sold individually. It is constructed with tough, thick outer rubber insulation for a long service life.
Power Cord Specifications:
  • 2 Prongs
  • 2 Wires
  • 18 Gauge
  • 8 Feet Long
  • Compatibility

    This part is compatible with the following machines:

    DeWALT
    Black and Decker

    Products Compatibility

    This item works with the following types of products:

    • • Drill
    • • Grinder
    • • Hammer Drill
    • • Impact Driver
    • • Impact Wrench
    • • Polisher
    • • Reciprocating Saw
    • • Sander
    • • Saw
    • • Screwdriver
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    Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
    Tool Type:
    Impact Driver
    Parts Used:
    Power Cord (8-Foot) - 330077-98
    Cord Protector - 148809-00
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    15-30 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Pliers
    The cord was dry rotted
    Simply disassembled the handle cover over cord entry, loosened the wire terminal screws, removed old cord and protector. Laid new cord and protector in place, reattached wires and cover plate. Works good as new!
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    Tool Type:
    Hammer Drill
    Parts Used:
    Power Cord (8-Foot) - 330077-98
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    15-30 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver
    Bad power cord
    Remove the rear handle cover
    Remove the cord clamp
    Remove the cord wires from the switch
    Remove the cord relief from the old cord and slide it on the new cord
    Connect the cord wires to the switch
    Install the cord clamp
    Install the rear handle cover
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    Tool Type:
    Impact Driver
    Parts Used:
    Power Cord (8-Foot) - 330077-98
    Clip,Belt - N045425
    Repair Difficulty:
    Medium
    Time Spent Repairing:
    15-30 minutes
    Tools Used:
    , Torx driver and solder iron to tin the leads
    Bad power cords and belt clips broken off
    Cut cord leads to correct length, stripped 1/4" insulation off, tinned leads, took back of handle housing off and replaced power cord on three screw guns. Used end of large paperclip to release old leads and insert new.
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    Tool Type:
    Grinder
    Parts Used:
    Power Cord (8-Foot) - 330077-98
    Switch - 5140028-48
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    Less than 15 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Wire stripper & crimper.
    Power cord was old & cracked and the switch no longer worked.
    Remove the three screws that go through the side of the handle and two screws that attach the removable side of the handle to the motor housing. Separate the handle. Cut the wires from the motor and power cord close to the switch leaving as much wire to work with as possible. Remove the screw holding the switch to the grinder housing and remove the switch. Strip about 3/8 inch of the insulation from the end of the motor wires and with the screws provided, attach to the lugs on the switch labeled "Field" (per instructions included with the new switch) and similarly attach the power cord wires to the "Cord Lead" lugs on the switch. Secure the new switch into the housing replacing its screw. Tuck the wires into the appropriate cavities and reattach the handle.
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    Tool Type:
    Impact Driver
    Parts Used:
    Power Cord (8-Foot) - 330077-98
    Carbon Brush With Spring - 450374-12
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    15-30 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver
    Cord cut, brushes worn
    Removed handle cover and cord clamp. Disconnected cord from switch. Removed the cord protector from the old cord and put it on the new cord. I connected the new cord to the switch. And attached the cord clamp.The installed the handle cover. To replace the brushes I removed the brush caps with a screwdriver, then I removed the worn brushes, and installed the new ones. Replace the brush caps. Tested the tool and it worked like new.
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    1 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
    Tool Type:
    Polisher
    Parts Used:
    Power Cord (8-Foot) - 330077-98
    Cord Protector - 148809-00
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    15-30 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver
    Cord shorted
    Removed the handle assembly. Then the cord clamp. Removed the old cord wires from the switch. You may want to trim the new cord wires to the correct length needed. I then place the cord protector on the new cord and connected the wires to to the switch, and replaced cord clamp. When assembling the handle assembly, make sure no wires are going to be pinched. Then assemble housing. Done.
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    Tool Type:
    Polisher
    Parts Used:
    Cord Protector - 330005-01
    Power Cord (8-Foot) - 330077-98
    Repair Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Spent Repairing:
    15-30 minutes
    Tools Used:
    Screwdriver, Soldering gun, Wire stripper
    Cord and Protector were cracked and needed to be replaced.
    Removed 1/2 of the handle, removed the old cord and protector, installed heat shrink tubing, soldered in the new cord, shrunk the tubing with a lighter, installed and tightened the cord cover, job done.
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    Discussion for Power Cord (8-Foot) - ( 330077-98 )
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    Question: Powercord Replacement

    1182218

    Hi i have the DW505 type 2 and need to replace the power cord but cant figure out how to disconnect or connect it to the switch, does it open somehow? thanks for any help.
    WJA
    Hello 1182218,

    The switch you have is commonly referred to as a trap door switch. We have an article and video on How to Wire a 'Trap Door' Power Switch.

    Hope this helps,
    -WJA
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    Product Information
    Manufacturer: DeWALT, Black and Decker
    Product Number: 330077-98
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 0.65 lbs.
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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