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I need to change the bearings on the amature of a dewalt tile saw

I removed the motor housing but could not pull the armature out of the drive assembly. was afraid to pull too hard. is there a clip of some sort holding it in place. could not locate one

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I looked at a breakdown and there is no clip. Sometimes the bearing is tough to pull out of the gearcase. Do you have a dead blow hammer? Sometimes I have to apply pressure (pulling) to the armature and tap the gearcase make sure that I hit a solid thick piece of it and generally it will jump out of there. Also in the past with the fan bearing on the armature it is so close to fan that you have to crush it in a vise and use a bearing splitter to remove the inner race, or if you buy the parts from Dewalt you might take it with you and ask them to remove and press the new ones on. Let me know if this doesn't work and I will research further.

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