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DeWalt DW309 type II

I need to be advised on the reassembly and disassembly of this particular item. A diagram and instructions on the repair of this saw and the proper reassembly of this sawzall

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  • Winston Robison Feb 07, 2012

    The problem is when I got it it was in pieces. Why was because the lever(?) that you use to replace and reatach the blade. I am going to do as you say and download this. I thought the lever was an entity of its own, but the brushes and all else is apart. What I am looking at is how to replace the parts back in properly. Refit the brushes and put it all back together. Right now,to me, it looks like a monster. I saved it from the trash on a job and would like to put it back in working order. The owner told me that this was not the first time this part had broke and basicaly he was just done with it. He had a Porter Cable that worked circles around Dewalt. So that is the story.

  • Winston Robison Feb 07, 2012

    I am having trouble getting a download from the mentioned address. I type in model and it blinks and ask for it again. SUGGESTIONS???

  • David Ford
    David Ford Feb 08, 2012

    just went to their site and I think that you are going to fast. on the left hand side type in dw309 and it will take you to another page indicating this has more than one type number, on the down arrow open and then click on 2 give it a second while it refreshes the page. then on the next page on the right hand side it says something like exploded art and click on either one and wait, it will then ask you whether to open or save and that is your option. Let me know if you still need more assistance.

  • Winston Robison Feb 08, 2012

    Thank-You that was very helpful in getting the artwork. I was typing the model (type) in and kept going in a circle. So lesson of the day type in the model first and then specifics second.

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For a diagram I would go to dewaltservicenet.com and download it. As far as instructions I am not aware of any. Most tool mfr's don't post detailed instructions for the disassembly so they can keep the repairs in house with their technicians. If you give me specific concerns or questions I will try and help. I would recommend taking photos while you are taking apart. Also if you give me the specific reason for wanting to disassemble again I will try and help.

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As long as the voltage of the battery is the same as the tool, the tool won't mind if the power is coming from a NiCd or lithium battery. You do have to have a charger that works with lithium batteries to charge them up. Chargers that can charge lithium batteries can also charge NiCd and NMH batteies. NiCd chargers are not always programmed to detect when lithium batteries are full and may continue to charge them to the point of melting or starting on fire.

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