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How do you get the brushes out

Actually only a 12volt,but how do you replace the brushes,I have some new ones but unsure just what is holding then in place,and acn this be done with just the end cover removed.

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  • netherfield Jun 05, 2008

    Model No is DC981

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I was just about to type in that I had the same problem when I took a second look. I tunes out that all you need do is pry between the plastic brush housing and the center bearing hub. It just slides out, no clip or screw. With mine it turned out that the brushes were just hung up and once freed the drill ran fine.

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Need to have the model of the tool to held you out. some yellow
tool you have to pop out the brush assy

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  • mr aicnelav Jun 05, 2008

    all i can find is dw980 & dc980. 12 volts drill. if you want parts diagram check dewaltservicenet.net or toolpartsdirect.com

    good luck

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