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Without exact make and model number I can't tell you which brushes to get. 18V and XRP are usually associated with Dewalt model tools. The Dewalt brushes are located on the back of the motor inside the case. You have to remove the transmission from the front of the case, be extremely careful that no gears fall out when you seperate the trans from the case. The case has to be split to get at the brushes, replacement of the brushes is easy. When reassenbling make sure all wires are properly tucked away and don't get pinched and that the trans is put back on correctly.
Just figured it out ourselves: with case open and facing you, place the saw in, blade facing you. It needs to go down at an angle so the "leveler" is resting on the tlted portion of the case. Make sure the cord isn't hanging out.......took us about 1/2 hour to do it. Ours was a dewalt 368; next time we'll take a pic before taking tools out of their cases! hope this helps.
I have never had that happen to me and I have owned atleast 30 circ saws. If the plate itself is flexing and not just movement on loose armature then I'd say it is a defect in the casting of the baseplate.
Hi there, Remove the battery and sometimes the screws on the drill casing are a torx instead of phillips so you will need a set of torx screwdrivers. Once you have removed the screws from the casing be very carefull when pulling the two casings apart, try to leave the chuck, motor and switch assembly in one half of the casing as it makes it much easier when trying to put it back together.
the brush assembly slides out of the back of the motor. I suggest going to Dewaltservicenet.com and downloading a breakdown for this tool before starting. I don't think that the brushes are going to be your only problem though.