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Need brushes and on-off switches for milwaukee 6140-6 hand grinders is this grinder obsolete?

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I would need the exact model number and serial number to help but the brush number is 22-18-0710 and there could be a couple different switches. Either give the ser number (the alpha code) or you can go direct to Milwaukeeelectrictool.com and type in the model number 6140 on the page for the breakdown. it might be easier to let me do it. I worked there for 17 years and if you can't get the alpha code look at the switch and I would need a good description of it

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How to replace milwaukee C18ID brushes


That model may be one of those that really isn't meant to be replaced, you can try to do it. I've been the shop maintenance mechanic and have come across some Milwaukee tools grinders that were made to be throw aways! They made them so you could replace the on/off switches but brushes were the real problems with them. They were so short and tiny that they would wear out within a month of constant use. If the brushes didn't go the bearings would melt and the entire case would need to be replaced. The brush assemblies may be available if you order them from Milwaukee directly.


They are not like they old style that would be a piece of brush with a copper braided lead protruding out. Those would just drop into the slots and the spring holds pressure on them. You can find some brushes and shape them yourself as I have done with these newer tools. You'll find the springs are now part of the holder assembly and is a curled piece of spring steel that holds the pressure. So be careful if you try to reuse the assembly with another generic brush set. They will have a special shape also to deter you from using a longer lasting brush by having an offset in the design or a groove which can be flattened. I found the shapes to be like 2 squares that are offset but a rectangular shaped brush will work after its reshaped by a sander or grinder. The Milwaukee brush was 1/4" long new, replaced with 5/8" once the holder was modified, then the bearings just melted, cases melted and the motors rubbed on the windings. But I never had to replace the brushes again. Average life was between 2 weeks to 4 months (new), Hitachi similar grinders lasted 5 or more years with 1 or 2 brush replacements.

Either way you're going to take the tool apart yourself to replace them, just depends on the availability of replacements assemblies. Also the cost, you may as well order 4 sets right away if you are going to use Milwaukee's new garbage sets. 20 years ago I used a similar grinder for 5 years of constant every day use, replaced the cord a few times, never had any other problems.

Now I wouldn't even bother to take them apart, just about every other brand made is equal to or better than Milwaukee and cost 1/2 as much plus they use interchangeable parts. Now you're paying for Milwaukee's redesigning and engineering teams quest to constantly change parts, making sure that you cannot service them using any old parts. Right down to the cords, they spend all their money on developing new ways to do the same thing but making sure it is not compatible with last years models parts. Once your tool is made outside the USA there's no reason to buy any 1 brand, they will all be the same in the end and just dyed a different color and have labels stuck on the cases.

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