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Default Makita 4014NV Blower remove broken fan

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I am looking to replace broken fan (Item number 9 in the link below) for makita 4014NV blower

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hxxp://xxx.ereplacementparts.com/makita-4014nv-blower-parts-c-97_16559_230.html
But I could not remove it , any advise how can I do that ?

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Will this work? Makita 4014NV Parts List and Diagram : eReplacementparts.com I got to it by highlighting repla===and includinghtml. I could navigat to it. Looks that you may have to order one. Doesn't look as it would be to hard.
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Hi Zillah

Looks like the type that needs a puller (J hook type) to get it off,look on the fan for some threaded holes/holes.....to put the puller in place.........or look for the tinnerman push on cap type under the fan..or a Allen set screw holding it in place........
stem the type you can sometimes see on small wagon wheels ...
see item part number 9

Makita 4014NV Parts List and Diagram : eReplacementparts.com
eReplacementparts.com : Fan 110 [241888-1] - $8.39


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Item 10 is a pan head screw that appears to hold it in place.

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HI Mike

Your right item number 10

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Item 10 is a pan head screw that appears to hold it in place.
I did remove that but still I could not remove the fan.


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to put the puller in place......
I can not find the prope place to fit a puller ,,,,,,,might be there are different type of puller please suggetc one (online picture)

Please see the actual fan for my Makita
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It sounds like there's a burr on the shaft. You'll probably have to clamp the armature, with suitable packing, in the vice and rotate the fan to and fro whilst applying upward pressure.

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You'll probably have to clamp the armature, with suitable packing,
The problem I can not hold of the armature
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What I had in mind was a block of hardwood, drill a hole with a forstner bit close to the diameter of the armature, cut the block in two, place one half each side of the armature and clamp into the vice. If you don't have a suitable forstner bit use a jig, scroll or band saw and if you don't have any of these, don't worry, drill a series of holes close together then knock out the centre with a sharp chisel. There is always a way Zillah.

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Hi zillah


see below

pullers that will do the job ▼
http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...temnumber=5469
others ▼
http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=30305
http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...temnumber=4876

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I did remove that but still I could not remove the fan.



I can not find the prope place to fit a puller ,,,,,,,might be there are different type of puller please suggetc one (online picture)

Please see the actual fan for my Makita
hxxp://img13.imageshack.us/i/panoramaszo.jpg/


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