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One of the bearings and its support ring broke on a SH1418PO shredder. How do I order a full set of 4 bearings?

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You are probably missing an insulating ring / washer that goes between your bearing and your armature (the shaft on the center part of the electrical motor. The fact that it does not have a grounded plug is not necessarily an indicator of age or safety so don't be too afraid. DeWalt still uses two prong cords to this day. In these tools they offer what is called double insulation, simply non-conductive material that separates electrical components from the user. The part number for the insulating ring is 681623-9. If you ever wanted to ground the tool you don't really need any special switches you just have to attach the grounding line to the metal casing.

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Testimonial: "There is nothing wrong with the motor. that thing is built like a brick s---thouse. The problem is the bearings that support the CUTTER WHEELS."

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Universal Joint: Service and Repair
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Universal Joint Replacement - Nylon Injected Ring
^ Tools Required
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- J 9522-5 U Joint Bearing Spacer Remover
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