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Toothed Gear

Part Number: 2610996896
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Bosch
Product Number: 2610996896
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.03 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Description:
Genuine Bosch Replacement Part which is sold individually. This Plastic Gear sits through the metal Rod and is part of the system which allows the motor assembly to be adjusted. Over time the gear might wear out and might need to be replaced for the adjusting mechanism to function properly.
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
25 of 25 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Toothed Gear - 2610996896
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Wrench Set, hammer, 1/8\\\" punch
Teeth on plastic gears had become stripped due largely to the fact that the steel rods that the motor assembly rides up and down on had become rusty resulting in a high friction situation.
Place the table saw on its right side. Tilt the arbor to about 30 degrees and lock in place. Loosen the two screws that hold the height adjustment shaft bracket in place allowing the spring loaded assembly to slide outward. This will disengage the two gears. Rotate height adjustment crank handle until you can see the end of the pin that holds the gear on the shaft. Drive the pin out with a hammer and 1/8\" inch straight shaft punch. Pull worn gear off of the shaft and install new gear. Push the pin in by hand and then set it flush with the hammer and punch.
Using (2) 12 mm open ended wrenches, loosen the two nuts that hold the gear on the end of the threaded rod of the height adjustment assembly. Slide the washer off of the shaft. Again, rotate the shaft until the holding pin is visible. Drive it out with the 1/8\" inch punch. Remove the worn gear. Slide the new gear onto the shaft and set the pin the pin flush. Slide the washer onto the shaft. Install the first nut onto the threaded shaft and tighten only to finger tight. Do the same for the second nut. Using the two 12 mm wrenches, tighten the two nuts firmly against each other.
Loosely secure the height adjustment shaft bracket back into place by lightly tightening the two screws. Apply pressure to the crank handle firmly enough to mesh the teeth of the two gears. There will be some resistance due to the existing spring. Once the gears are meshed, firmly tighten the two screws. Test function by turning the crank handle left and right. All parts should turn freely without to much resistance.
It is important to remove any surface rust from the two shafts that the motor assembly rides on. I find that using 000 steel wool works well. I also find that using a small brass bristled brush works well for cleaning the threaded shaft of the raise and lowering assembly. It is imperative to lubricate the smooth shafts and threaded rod regularly. Do not use liquid or grease lubricants as they tend to collect dust and gum up quickly. I use Teflon or silicone spray lubricants that dry within minutes of application. What works best is to apply, let dry and then polish with a dry clean cloth.
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4 of 4 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Threaded Rod - 2610996895
Bushing - 2610997221
Toothed Gear - 2610996896
Repair Difficulty:
Hard
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Power Drill, Socket set, Wrench Set, Snap ring pliers, roll pin punch
The saw blade would not raise or lower and toothed gears were stripped.
1. Put the saw on the work bench and remove the stand with 10mm sockets.
2. Loosen the angle adjustment.
3. Remove the raise/lower wheel, with a screwdriver and an Allen wrench.
4. Stand the saw up on an edge and support with two one gallon paint cans.
5. Remove two phillips screws supporting horizontal bracket axle. Slide the axle back to release the toothed gear.
6. Use a roll pin punch and remove one pin, out of the way don't lose them, from each gear.
7. Remove two 10mm jam nuts from the end of the vertical axle.
8. Use an Allen wrench to move the Allen stop screw out of the way of the bushing. Move the motor to the bottom of its stroke, channel locks maybe needed and you might bust your knuckles.
9. Use snap ring pliers to remove snap ring from top of the bushing. Tap or pull vertical axle and bushing out of the motor.
10. Slide motor up to top of stroke and remove the vertical axle and bushing.
11. Overbore the vertical axle support bracket with 13/16 or 5/8 bit, I forgot. Just enough to slide new threaded rod through the bracket.
12. Use graphite spray lubricant and flood the threaded rod, several sprays. Move motor up to top of stroke, insert threaded rod through overbored bracket, thread bushing on to the rod. Place bushing into seat on the motor.
13. Reinstall the snap ring, reset the Allen stop screw on the side of the bushing. Reinstall new toothed gear on the threaded rod. Loosely install the two 10mm jamb nuts on the end of the threaded rod.
14. Install the new toothed gear on the horizontal axle. Reinstall the raise/lower wheel, you need to give it a good push to get the center screw to start. Reset allen stop screw.
15. Reinstall the two screws on the horizontal bracket. This is the were the finesse comes in. The horizontal bracket adjusts the horizontal gear relative to the vertical gear. Don't make it too tight or too loose. Lock down the two phillips screws when you are satisfied.
16. Move motor to bottom of the stroke and then lock down the jamb nuts. Again it needs some finesse. The tightest spot for the jamb nuts is at the bottom of the stroke.
17. Move angle stop back to 0 degrees and lock down. Check the movement by raising and lower the motor several times until happy with the motion.
18. Reinstall the stand. Get back to work.
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Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Toothed Gear - 2610996896
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Socket set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench
Gear broke in half, caused by forcing the blade adjustment.
1. Turned the saw upside down.
2. Removed the locked nuts and manually turned the shaft down to allow me to put the new gear onto the shaft.
3. Reversed the procedure to reassemble.
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Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Toothed Gear - 2610996896
Pin - 2610950054
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Socket set, Wrench Set
Raising and lowering blade hard; gears skipping.
Removed gears and replaced with new ones. There was a tutorial on the ereplacements site, right next to the part. I did it a little differently, but guide very helpful. Also dry lubed the shafts, now operating like new. Cost: about $14.
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Toothed Gear - 2610996896
Repair Difficulty:
Hard
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Power Drill, Socket set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench, Hammer
Toothed gear had stripped
1. Removed old Toothed gears and pins.
2. Installed new Toothed gears making sure to align the
Hole in the Toothed gear with the hole in the shafts.
3. Install pins.
4. Reinstall nut and washer on the shaft that moves the motor.
5. Reinstall round crank handle that turns the shafts to
Raise and lower the blade, if previously removed.
6. Test operation of the raise/lower mechanism.
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Tool Type:
Table Saw
Parts Used:
Toothed Gear - 2610996896
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench, Hammer, small punch
Table saw blade would not raise
Turned the saw upside down
Removed the pin holding the gear to the shaft with punch and hammer
Installed the new one in the same manner
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Discussion
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Question: Replace Gear

bri

How does the gear come out
Question: Gear

callum

how to fix stripped gear
Hi callum,
I'm not sure what you mean by "fix stripped gears"can you give me a little more information?
Tinker
if you don't clean and lube the tracking glide rods that the motor rides up and down on the new gears will ware out too. blow off motor and under carriage of saw clean rods with mineral spirits and spray with a dry lube that has teflon in it work the motor up and while spraying rods
Product Information
Manufacturer: Bosch
Product Number: 2610996896
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.03 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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