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Milwaukee hole hawg fan replacement

I was leaving tool mart the other day and they had a hole hawg that was on sale that i had passed by. the next day i called about it, the deal was too good of one to pass up. when i called they said they had taken it off the shelf it had a busted fan and i could HAVE IT FOR PARTS so i went and got it and removed the broken plastic fan but there is still the center metal knurl that held the fan in place i have tried a few different pullers but nothing has worked please help thanks

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The fan need a press to be installed and uninstalled.... handed the tool off to the owner of my company for professional repair

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try this Milwaukee parts supplier for a part or dimensions of the spindle/chuck you need
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Need forward/reverse switch for older red and metal heavy duty 1/2 inch 7amp milwaukee drill serial number 0007196072.


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http://www.milwaukeetool.com/CMS/Diagrams/54-10-4006.pdf

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RECALL NOTICE!

Milwaukee is providing a no-charge warranty service to owners of 1610-1, 1630-1 1/2" Compact Hole-Shooter Drills and

1670-1, 1675-1 1/2" Hole-Hawg® Drills. We are taking this action because under certain circumstances the switch of the drill

may stick in the "on" position, which could lessen control of the product, posing a risk of injury to the operator.

1610-1, 1630-1 1/2" Compact Hole-Shooter Drills and 1670-1, 1675-1 1/2" Hole-Hawg® Drills within the serial number

ranges shown below and sold between May 30,2000 and February 27, 2001 are affected.

Nameplate Catalog Number Serial Number Range

1610-1 700B400200013 thru 700B400480097

1630-1 718B400230057 thru 718B400480118

1670-1 472B400200061 thru 472B400440188

1675-1 413B400190567 thru 413B400522000

Drills listed should be inspected for the presence of a 23-66-1020 Switch with a date code within 0 0 2 1 t h r o u g h 0044.

If the unit contains a subject dated coded 23-66-1020 switch, please return drill to the nearest Milwaukee factory Service Center

or Authorized Service station for no-charge warranty replacement of the switch.

Affected switches carry a manufacture's four [4] digit date code of 0 0 2 1 t h r u 0044 imprinted on its body.

If nameplate has an 'X' stamped into the tool's nameplate, next to the catalog number, the tool has been repaired and the

defective switch has already been replaced.

If you need assistance in locating the service facility nearest you or have questions please call 1.800.729.3878

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OK, you need to put a 1/4" or larger hex key wrench into the chuck and tighten it in place with the chuck key. Put the short end into the chuck.

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Here's link to a manual for your Hole Hawg that will also show a nice illustration of the removal method, to make it a bit easier, as well as giving you other good info about your drill. Print a copy for your files and future reference.

http://www.milwaukeetool.com/CMS/Diagrams/58-14-1782d9.pdf


That should do it! Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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