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Identifying Model # and Name Plate Data

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It's really helpful, and sometimes essential, to pull the breakdown drawings for a power tool or motor repair. Here's some helpful information.

Start with the Model# and enter that into the Search (you'll need that so we can get you a Drawing).  This pic is a sample of where to find the model number.

Dewalt Tool Model Number

Search Power Tools

 

Once you've got this, you can either enter it into the Search or work your way down to it.  For example, the above is a Dewalt>Band Saw

If you don't know the Model#, then click on the Manufacter and drill (pun intended) down to the Type of Tool it is.  In the above example, you would click on the following:

Search Power Tools

Search Power Tools

From the Drawing, look for the part you need.  It has a Fig# that shows up in the Parts List

Search Power Tools

When you find the part you need, add it to your Cart

Search Power Tools

You might want to download the PDF to help put it back together - or just come back and view the Drawing online.

 

Finding Motors

Of course price is important, but, there's a couple other things to think about:

  • Motors fit in a bolt pattern that is defined by the NEMA standard for the Frame size, so it's gotta meet that
  • The Application means things like is it going to get wet, etc and we have Filters to help you with that
  • The Specifications mean the HP, the shaft size and things like that - we'll help you through that selection

 

 

Finding Parts

We'll help you out whether it's worth repairing or not.  When you start adding up your Repair $, we'll show you the MSRP replacement $, and we'll give you our best price on just that.  

 

You can buy Parts or Tools from us.

 

 

Start with the Model# and enter that into the Search (you'll need that so we can get you a Drawing).  This pic is a sample of where to find the model number.

 

Dewalt Tool Model Number

Search Power Tools

 

    • Once you've got this, you can either enter it into the Search or work your way down to it.  For example, the above is a Dewalt>Band Saw
    • If you don't know the Model#, then click on the Manufacter and drill (pun intended) down to the Type of Tool it is.  In the above example, you would click on the following:

Search Power Tools

Search Power Tools

    • From the Drawing, look for the part you need.  It has a Fig# that shows up in the Parts List

Search Power Tools

    • When you find the part you need, add it to your Cart

Search Power Tools

    • You might want to download the PDF to help put it back together - or just come back and view the Drawing online.