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SOURCE: bosch demolition hammer bearings are ceased up, how can I remove it properly to replace?

Ok here goes. Purchase or use the bearing cover nut 3613461500 that you have taken from the base of the machine. and drill a 6mm hole in it. remove the armature from the machine and measure how far the end of the armature sticks out of the bearing. then fit the cover nut onto the bearing holder and whilst supporting the cover nut use a puller or press to press the armature off the bearing through the cover nut. Replace the bearing in the holder and press the bearing and holder back onto the armature until the amount of armature shaft showing is to the same distance that measured in the first place. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: The bearing on the armature of my Bosch 4000 table saw fell apart and now only the inner part of the bearing is on the armature. How can we remove this?

you will need a knife edge bearing puller available from an auto parts shop or a good tool shop
it will be a small puller that comes in to sections which are bolted together under the inner race of the bearing ( bit still in the shaft) and that section is attached to a bar with a screw through it that then pull the inner race off the shaft
or if you are very careful , you can use a 4" angle grinder with a 1mm cutting blade and cut across the bit at an angle NOT IN LINE WITH THE SHAFT -as that will give the blade clearance to the windings -- so that the blade is clear of the windings
cut down about 1/2 way then using a steel solid support under the bearing race , place a sharp cold chisel in the cut and using a ball pein hammer hit the chisel into the cut
that will crack the rest of the race and you can then get it off with your fingers
NOTE---IF YOU USE THE GRINDER AND YOU TOUCH THE WIRES WITH THE BLADE IT IS A NEW ARMATURE AS WELL AS BEARINGS SO BE VERY CAREFUL WITH THIS METHOD

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The bearing on the armature of my Bosch 4000 table saw fell apart and now only the inner part of the bearing is on the armature. How can we remove this?


you will need a knife edge bearing puller available from an auto parts shop or a good tool shop
it will be a small puller that comes in to sections which are bolted together under the inner race of the bearing ( bit still in the shaft) and that section is attached to a bar with a screw through it that then pull the inner race off the shaft
or if you are very careful , you can use a 4" angle grinder with a 1mm cutting blade and cut across the bit at an angle NOT IN LINE WITH THE SHAFT -as that will give the blade clearance to the windings -- so that the blade is clear of the windings
cut down about 1/2 way then using a steel solid support under the bearing race , place a sharp cold chisel in the cut and using a ball pein hammer hit the chisel into the cut
that will crack the rest of the race and you can then get it off with your fingers
NOTE---IF YOU USE THE GRINDER AND YOU TOUCH THE WIRES WITH THE BLADE IT IS A NEW ARMATURE AS WELL AS BEARINGS SO BE VERY CAREFUL WITH THIS METHOD

Feb 19, 2017 | Bosch Saws

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What might be causing a Noise and rough pedaling from main crank area of the bike?


Sounds like a bearing issue in the "bottom bracket" or the housing that holds the cranks, in other words. I would remove the crank and inspect the bearings. There are several different types of bearings. If your bike uses sealed bearings, your only option is usually to just replace them. a "caged" bearing consists of several actual ball bearings, set into a round metal cage that holds them in place. If you have caged bearings, remove them clean them thoroughly, and then re-pack them with bearing grease before reinstalling. also be sure to clean the bearing cups, or any surface that they may come into contact with. Any dirt, sand, or grit makes for a quick death for your bearings. Some bikes just use free floating ball bearings set into the bearing cups. If this is the case, smear a blob of grease into the bearing cups. This will hold the ball bearings in place while you install the rest of them. Be careful when re-inserting the crank not to knock any of the ball bearings down into the bottom bracket. From the sounds of your description, you may be missing a ball bearing or two. Check to make sure there are no large spaces between any two ball bearings. If you could fit another ball bearing into the bearing cup without crowding any of the others out, then you are missing a bearing. Re-assemble everything as it came apart. When tightening the crank into the bottom bracket, be cautious not to over tighten. The crank arm shouldn\'t have any "wiggle" from side to side, and yet should still spin freely on its bearings. I sincerely hope this helps.

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Water is coming out where the cleaner is suppose to siphon from. Do you have a schematic of how that port should be , i.e the small spring and the bearing?


If water is coming out, then you just need to reverse the spring and ball bearing (swap them around). Right now, the spring is where ball bearing should be and this is keeping the ball bearing from seating against the o-ring inside. Shouldn't take more than a few minutes. Usually, the small end of the cone spring goes against the ball bearing.

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Autotec grease gun


is posible, However you must sure that ALL ball bearing is complete, if you missing the ball bearing is faulty. Replace it. go to www.advanceautoparts.com
God bless you

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If it fell out then it can't do it's job which is to regulate the pressure within the pump and is "shot."

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Yes ball bearings will work, if you can't find bearings you can buy them from the international number on the bearing inner race from a company called King Bearing in Vallejo California.

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I took the ball bearings out cause the case was broke now i cant get everything back together and to get the tire on so i can drive what should i do?


I assume you are talking about a wheel bearing. The ball bearings are usually part of a sealed bearing unit. If that is so, you'll have to get a whole new bearing cartridge, pull out the race (part of the shell) from the old one, and set the new bearing back in. Is this a front or rear wheel? Is the "case" the axle housing, or just the bearing shell?

If your problem is just holding ball or roller bearings in place for re-assembly in a non-cartridge bearing, use the old bicycle mechanic's trick: load up the bearing race with grease, stick the bearings into the grease, then assemble the journal/axle.

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Bosch Nexxt Premium WFMC6400UC Front Load Washer I liked this washing machine for the first three years. For the last year I have had nothing but trouble. I replaced the gasket once which as not too bad....


I have seen this problem on more than one front loader.
Most of the time it is either the rear drum bearing, or the bearing housing. A quick way to check this is to remove the rear access panel and expose the large pulley and belt assembly. You should find a flat belt, and possibly a spring loaded tensioner (not all models have a tensioner).
Release the tensioner if present, then the belt,
Visually inspect the large bearing located just before the pulley. If it shows a trail of dark grease flowing down then you have found your problem.
If not.
Lift up on the large pulley while keeping an eye on the hanging supports, so they don't dislodge. If the bearing is bad there should already be a quite audible squeal to a very loud roar.
If it is visible, look at the bearing mount to see if there are any metal fragments, or mushrooming.
If the bearing wiggles in it's mount you have a defective bearing mount. If the bearing wiggles on the shaft then you have damaged ball bearings (some have roller bearings).

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