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DeWalt DCF887B Type 3 Spring Replacement

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  1. DeWalt DCF887B Type 3 Spring Replacement, Spring: étape 1, image 1 de 1
    • Place the picker inside the first washer and lever it out of place.

    • Use a bit of strength to ensure that the collar doesn’t click back in the same place.

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    • Once you pop out the first washer with a slight gap in it, called a "hog ring," a plain washer will follow.

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    • Remove the collar by grabbing the outer rim and pulling it out gently with your fingers.

    • Once you remove the collar, place it on the side of the table with the shortest end pointing upwards.

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    • Remove the steel ball by popping it out with the picker, or ideally, grabbing it with a magnetic tool.

    • Use minimal force when popping the steel ball out to ensure that it doesn’t fly away.

    • Set the steel ball somewhere it won't roll away.

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    • Grab the broken spring and pull it out gently.

    • You might have to wiggle the spring back-and-forth during removal.

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    • Replace the steel ball.

    • Align the crook in the spring with the steel ball's hole in the spindle to install the new spring.

    • Compress the spring right back through the middle of the steel ball frame.

    • Make sure the steel ball is tensioned by the spring.

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    • Attach the collar over the spring.

    • Apply light pressure on the spring with your left hand to pop the collar back on top.

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    • With the collar facing up, add the plain washer back into the center of the collar, then the hog ring.

    • Press down on the hog ring along with the collar until you hear it "click" into place.

Conclusion

Your impact driver should now be fully-functional!

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Leobardo Hernandez

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2 commentaires

Getting the hog ring back on is difficult. Is there a tool, besides picks, to help with this?

BRUCE BROWN - Réponse

Nope, patience and diligence. Get one side of the ring completely seated and then slide slowly around the inside of it so widen it as you push down. 2 small drivers can help

eric arendale (ericofcourse) - Réponse

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