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Seal 5690374001

OEM part for: Skil, Bosch

Part Number: 5690374001


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This item is OEM sourced to provide a high-level of quality. The seal is intended to be used with circular saws from Skil and Bosch. The special seal is used to prevent oil from leaking at the connection between the gearcase and the guard plate. This seal is priced as a single item.

  • Classification: Part
  • Weight: 0.01 lbs.
  • Shipping: Ships Worldwide

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This Seal will fit the following 88 machines. Confirm this part works with your model, and view the detailed model diagrams and repair help we have to offer.

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This item works with the following types of products:

  • Saw Parts
  • Circular Saw Parts

This part replaces obsolete part #: 1619X07731, 2610025245

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Medium 1-2 hours (4 rated repairs)?

Both seals, that keep the oil in the gear area, were leaking

Steven - April 27, 2022
Tool Type

Circular Saw

Difficulty

Hard

Time

More than 2 hours

Tools Used

Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, rubber mallet / hammer

I took the saw (Skillsaw 77) completely apart. The hardest part was getting the bearing assemblies off the main shafts, this is where the rubber mallet came in. Ordered the parts, then put the saw back together. All the new parts fit perfectly with the exception of the new brush caps. They were too big, so I ordered a couple smaller sizes.
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No grease, worn out worm gear.

Gary - January 23, 2018
Took it apart and put it back together. Your parts diagrams really helped out a lot.
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someone let the oil run out on a worm drive saw which destroyed the gear set and welded the bearings

Rich - February 1, 2017
I completely disassembled the saw ,all except the field . identified the parts I needed to replace and ordered online. then I cleaned the gear housing making sure to get all the gear debris out. sand blasted the gear housing the field housing the saw guards and powder coated everything .cleaned and polished the armature contacts .as soon as the parts showed up reassembled it .PUT OIL IN IT and was good to go just like new
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Worm gears were shot

Mark - December 25, 2016
Tool Type

Circular Saw

Difficulty

Medium

Time

1-2 hours

Tools Used

Screwdriver, Socket set, Wrench Set, , Patience

Removal. Not too difficult.
1. Remove front screw from base to allow it to swing away
2. Remove guard. It has a retainer ring to pop loose, then it slips off with some persuasion
3. Remove the 'big bolt' on the front of the saw which exposes the nut to remove to get the spiral worm gear out
4. Behind the guard, remove the four allen screw to remove the other worm gear. It was easier to remove this first, since it so worn. that more openly exposes the spiral gear which can be pried forward to remove.

I cleaned everything at this point, to get all the ground up bits of the old gear out of the saw to help the new ones last longer.

Replacement.
1. Install the spindle first with the big gear/bearing/seal/gasket, and replace the allen screws. I was sure I had the wrong spindle because I took this out first, and thought I should put it in last. It only came out easily because it was worn. My bad.
2. Look down the hole in the front of the saw to see that it's centered correctly. I tapped the shaft lightly to move it a bit. Not sure its really important or if it will center itself
3. Put the spiral gear back in through the front. The new spindle where the blade mounts is now squared off so you can hold that with a wrench to make tightening easier. My old 77 was round with a keyway, which is different
4. Replace the cap in front, the blade guard, and fill with oil.
5. I will have to grind away the tabs on the blade-retaining washer to fit the square off spindle, but my 77 is from around 1980 so yours may not have this issue.

I'm sure I missed something, but sequencing the reassembly was my biggest issue. You can use the parts diagram to figure out most everything else.

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