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T     ECHNICAL INFORMATION
    Models No.                JR3050T
                                                                                                                              PRODUCT
                                                                                                                                P 1 / 15

    Description               Recipro Saw
                                                                                                                   L
CONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS
   Model JR3050T has been developed as a successor model of
   Model JR3000V/VT, featuring the following main advantages;
                                                                                   H
   1. Cutting efficiency higher than competitions and the
      predecessor models of Makita recipro saws.                                                                       W
   2. Great convenience provided by;
     *Tool-less blade change                                                                                 Dimensions: mm (")
     *Tool-less adjustable heavy duty shoe
                                                                                                       Length (L)      452 (17-3/4)
                                                                                                       Width (W)       97 (3-13/16)
                                                                                                       Height (H)     170 (6-11/16)

 Specification
                                                                             Continuous Rating (W)
      Voltage (V)            Current (A)            Cycle (Hz)              Input           Output                 Max. Output(W)
           110                    9.0                 50 / 60                940              390                          950
           120                    9.0                 50 / 60               1,010             460                          950
           220                    4.8                 50 / 60               1,010             550                          950
           230                    4.6                 50 / 60               1,010             550                          950
           240                    4.4                 50 / 60               1,010             550                          950

    Stroke per minute: min-1                                             0 - 2,800
    Length of Stroke: mm (")                                            28 (1-1/8)
                     *Wood: mm (")                                       255 (10)
    Capacity
                     Pipe: dia. mm (")                                  130 (5-1/8)
    Variable speed control                                                  Yes
    Net weight: kg (lbs)                                                 3.2 (7.1)
                                                                    Europe: 4.0 (13.1)
    Power supply cord: m (ft)                                       Australia: 2.0 (6.6)
                                                                 Other countries: 2.5 (8.2)

   *when cutting with the supplied 300mm (11-3/4") length recipro saw blade.




 Standard equipment
   For North America:                                       For countries other than North America:
   Recipro saw blade for steel ...................... 1     Recipro saw blade No.21 for steel ................................. 1
   Recipro saw blade for composites.......... 1             Recipro saw blade No.22 for steel ................................. 1
                                                            Recipro saw blade No.23 for wood and plywood .......... 1

   Note: The standard equipment for the tool shown above may differ by country.


 Optional        accessories
   Recipro saw blade No.21 for steel                        Recipro saw blade No.23 for wood and plywood
   Recipro saw blade No.22 for steel                        Recipro saw blade No.23B for wood and plywood
   Recipro saw blade No.24 for steel
                                                                                                                               P 2 / 15
   Features             and benefits

             Cutting Efficiency Higher Than the Competitions
             and the Predecessor Models of Makita Recipro Saws                                           Large Trigger Switch
             See the comparison graph on next page.                                                     Features variable speed for
                                                                                                        accurate cutting.
             Tool-less Blade Change
                                                                                                                        Soft Grip
             Allows faster installation and
             removal.                                                                                           For excellent control
                                                                                                                with comfort




             Tool-less Shoe Adjustment                         Dustproof and Dripproof Design
             You can do shoe adjustment by             1. Front side of the slider is protected against saw dust by;
             simply pushing a button.                    1) Air from the fan that sweep saw-dust
                                                         2) X ring and Felt that seal out saw-dust from the gear
                                                            room
                                                       2. Gear room is also protected against water drops by
                                                          placing a rubber seal ring on the matching surface
                                                          between Gear housing and Gear housing cover.

 Comparison                  of products
                          Model No.             Makita                        A                B               C                D
Specifications                           JR3050T     JR3000VT                 A                B               C                D
Rated amperage for
                                               9              6               10              7.5              9                9
North America: A
Power input: W                            a) 1,010          590
Strokes per min:
                                         0 - 2,800        0 - 2,300       0 - 2,800        0 - 2,400       0 - 2,600         0 - 2,800
   spm.= min.-1
Length of Stroke: mm (")                 28 (1-1/8)     30 (1-3/16)        20 (3/4)       28 (1-1/8)       28 (1-1/8)       28 (1-1/8)
Variable speed control
                                              Yes           Yes              Yes              Yes             Yes              Yes
with switch trigger
Tool-less Blade change                        Yes           Yes              Yes             Yes              Yes              Yes
system Shoe adjustment                        Yes           Yes              Yes             Yes              Yes              Yes
Soft grip                                     Yes            No               No              No              Yes              Yes
                 No load                      18.5          19.2             17.0            16.4             28.3             10.8
Vibration: m/s2
                b) Loaded                   21.1            19.6            18.3             19.6            28.0              15.0
Double insulation                           Yes             Yes             Yes              Yes             Yes               Yes
Power supply cord: m (ft)               c) 2.5 (8.2)      2.5 (8.2)       2.5 (8.2)        2.5 (8.2)       2.5 (8.2)        3.5 (11.5)
     Length: mm                             452             460             450              440             440               480
              (')                        (17-3/4)         (18-1/8)        (17-3/4)         (17-1/4)        (17-1/4)         (18-7/8)
Dimensions




               Width: mm                     97              90               92               95             100               87
                       (')               (3-13/16)        (3-1/2)          (3-5/8)          (3-3/4)           (4)           ( 3-7/16 )
               Height: mm                   170             159             168              173              166              150
                       (')               (6-11/16)        (6-1/4)         (6-5/8)         (6-13/16)         (6-1/2)          (5-7/8)
Net weight:               Catalog         3.2 (7.1)       3.1 (6.8)       3.1 (7.0)        3.0 (6.7)        3.3 (7.5)        3.2 (7.1)
    kg(lbs)              Measured         3.2 (7.1)       3.1 (6.8)       2.9 (6.4)        3.1 (6.8)        3.6 (7.9)        3.6 (7.9)
                       Blade           Yes, d) 3 pcs     Yes, 3 pcs       Yes, 2 pcs       Yes, 1 pc       Yes, 1 pc        Yes, 3 pcs
Standard
                       Plastic case         Yes             Yes              Yes             Yes             Yes               No
equipment
                       Hex wrench           No              No               No              No              No                Yes
a) Taiwan and low voltage for Great Britain: 940W
b) When cutting 2"x10" SPF timber
   Note: The vibration values appeared in the instruction manuals for European countries are different from these values.
c) Europe: 4.0m (13.1ft), Australia: 2.0m (6.6ft)
d) 2 pcs. for North America
                                                                                                              P 3 / 15
Comparison       of products

Comparison of Cutting Speed
[1] Wood Cutting
Test conditions:
Cut a piece of 2"x10" SPF lumber with;
 A) an identical recipro saw blade (Makita blade No.23)
 B) the recipro saw blade supplied with each model,
and measured the time required to cut through the test material.
Result:
See the charts below.
Note: Numbers in the chart below are relative values when the capacity of the competitor A's model A is indexed at 100.

A) With Makita Blade No.23

                                      slow                                                             fast

Makita JR3050T                                          135

Makita JR3000VT                                         110

Competitor A Mod. A                                     100

Competitor B Mod. B                                     120

Competitor C Mod. C                                     130

Competitor D Mod. D                                     150




B) With the Recipro Saw Blade Supplied with Each Model

                                      slow                                                             fast

Makita JR3050T*                                         160

Makita JR3050T**                                        210

Makita JR3000VT                                         170

Competitor A Mod. A                                     100

Competitor B Mod. B            No blade for wood cutting is supplied with the tool.

Competitor C Mod. C            No blade for wood cutting is supplied with the tool.

Competitor D Mod. D                                     145



 *Cut with Makita blade (P/No.723080-6), which is supplied with JR3050T for North American countries.
**Cut with Makita blade No.23, which is supplied with JR3050T for all countries except North American countries.
                                                                                                              P 4 / 15
Comparison       of products

Comparison of Cutting Speed
[1] Metal Cutting
Test conditions:
Cut a 1" diameter carbon steel pipe with;
 A) an identical recipro saw blade (Makita blade No.22)
 B) the recipro saw blade supplied with each model,
and measured the time required to cut through the test material.
Result:
See the charts below.
Note: Numbers in the chart below are relative values when the capacity of the competitor A's model A is indexed at 100.

A) With Makita Blade No.22

                                      slow                                                             fast

Makita JR3050T                                          190

Makita JR3000VT                                         160

Competitor A Mod. A                                     100

Competitor B Mod. B                                    90

Competitor C Mod. C                                     235

Competitor D Mod. D                                     110




B) With the Recipro Saw Blade Supplied with Each Model

                                      slow                                                             fast

Makita JR3050T*                                         230

Makita JR3050T**                                        185

Makita JR3000VT                                         155

Competitor A Mod. A                                     100

Competitor B Mod. B                                     150

Competitor C Mod. C                                     200

Competitor D Mod. D                                     140



 *Cut with Makita blade (P/No.723081-4), which is supplied with JR3050T for North American countries.
**Cut with Makita blade No.22, which is supplied with JR3050T for all countries except North American countries.
                                                                                                                    P 5 / 15
Repair
 CAUTION: Remove the saw blade from the machine for safety before repair/ maintenance !
 [1] NECESSARY REPAIRING TOOLS
 Code No.              Descriptions                                                Purpose
  1R291      Retaining ring S and R Pliers         Installing/removing Retaining rings S-18 and S-12
    ---      Recipro saw blade                     Setting Pin 3 (of the blade clamp section) in place
  1R250      Round bar for arbor 26-100            Press-fitting Oil seal 14
  1R327      Torx screwdriver T25H120              Installing/removing Torx countersunk head screw
  1R314      Torx bit VT-25                        Installing/removing Torx countersunk head screw
  1R232      Pipe 30                               Installing/removing Needle bearing 1216
  1R245      Round bar for arbor 16-100            Installing/removing Needle bearing 1216
  1R269      Bearing extractor (small)             Removing Ball bearing 6001DDW

 [2] LUBRICATION AND ADHESIVE
 See Fig. 1 below.
 Lubrication: Apply Makita Grease N. No.1 to the portions designated with the mark of   .
 Adhesive: Apply Threebond 1321B/1342 or Loctite 242 to the portions designated with the mark of           .

  Item No.         Part description                               Where to lubricate or apply adhesive
   [Lubrication]
      6    Shoulder pin 5                       The surface which contacts the hole on Guide sleeve
     18    Gear housing cover                   The portion where Slider reciprocates
    29       Slider                             The portion where Plane bearings contact when Slider reciprocates
    39       Flat washer 18                     The portion where Gear complete contacts
                                                The portion where Gear complete and Armature gear rotate
    47       Gear housing
                                                Pin 12 to which Needle bearing 1216 is assembled
   [Adhesive]
   28, 32    Four M5x16 Pan head screws         Threaded portion (in order to prevent Plates from loosening)
             Four M5x14 Torx countersunk
   33, 35                                       Threaded portion (in order to prevent Gear plates from loosening)
             head screws
    46       Three M5x10 Pan head screws        Threaded portion (in order to prevent Bearing retainer from loosening)


    Fig. 1




                                                                      Gear plate                         Gear complete

   Guide sleeve

   Plane bearing                                                                                   Needle bearing 1216
                                                                        Pin 12




                                Plane bearing                                                                  Bearing
                                                                                                               retainer
                                                                                                                          P 6 / 15
Repair
 [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
 [3] -1. Disassembling/ Assembling Blade Clamp Section
 DISASSEMBLING                                                              Fig. 2

 1) Remove shoe. If the blade clamp section is positioned inside                                   Blade clamp section
    gear housing, pull it out of gear housing. (Fig. 2)
 2) After removing protector, remove retaining ring S-18 with
    Retaining Ring S and R Pliers (No.1R291).
    Then remove the following parts:
      Driving sleeve, Shoulder pin 5, Compression spring 6,
      Pin 3 (of 6mm length), Guide sleeve, Driving sleeve guide
    Now sleeve appears. (Fig. 3 )                                               Shoe

 Fig. 3

             Protector                                                                                   Shoulder pin 5
                   Retaining ring S-18                                                                   Compression spring 6
                                                          Driving sleeve                                 Driving sleeve guide

                                                               Pin 3
                                                     (of 6mm length)
                                                                           Guide sleeve

                                                                                          Sleeve

 3) Because sleeve is locked, release it         Fig. 4
    by pulling in the direction of the blade
    installation side. (Fig. 4)                           [Sleeve Locked]                      [Sleeve Released]
                                                    Pin 3 (of 19.8mm length)                       (Pull in the direction of
                                                                                                   the blade installation side.)
                                                   Sleeve

                                                   groove

                                                                                                        Pin 3 is positioned
                                                                                                        at the lower end of
                                                                                                        the groove on sleeve
                                                                                                        when sleeve is released.


 4) While putting your finger on the top of slider to close the slit of slider, remove pin 3 (of 19.8mm length) by pushing
    with a thin bar. (Fig. 5)
    Note: Be sure to put your finger on the top of slider or push plate will pop out from the slit of slider.
 5) Remove sleeve and torsion spring 17 from slider, then take push plate and compression spring 2 out of the slit of
    slider. (Fig. 6)
 Fig. 5                                            Fig. 6

                                 Slider
                                                      Sleeve                                Push plate
                                      thin bar
                                                      Torsion                              Compression
                                                      spring 17                            spring 2




                                      Sleeve              Slider

                           Pin 3
                           (of 19.8mm length)
                                                                                                                   P 7 / 15
Repair
 [3] -1. Disassembling/ Assembling Blade Clamp Section (cont.)
 ASSEMBLING
 1) Assemble torsion spring 17 to slider as illustrated in Fig. 7.
    Important: Be sure that torsion spring 17 is not reversible when assemble to slider.
                 Follow the instruction described in Fig. 7.
 2) Insert compression spring 2 into the slit of slider.
 3) Install sleeve on slider and lock pin 3 temporarily by turning sleeve clockwise. (Fig. 8)
 Fig. 7                                                                          Fig. 8


     Torsion spring 17                          This end has to
                                                be positioned                                                    Slider
     Insert this end                            on the cap side.                   Pin 3
     into the slit of                                                              (of 19.8mm length)
     slider.                                                                                                       Sleeve

                                                   Cap

   Shift button                                     [Side view of cap]



           Slider                                 Cap has an insert hole
                                                  for shift button.



 4) Mount guide sleeve temporarily, and put push plate into the slit of slider as illustrated to left in Fig. 9.
    Important: Be sure that push plate is not reversible when installed.
    While pushing push plate straight into slider with recipro saw blade, insert pin 3 (of 19.8mm length) through the hole
    of push plate as illustrated to right in Fig. 9. And then remove guide sleeve.
    Note: Guide sleeve is used as a jig, not assembled to slider yet in this step.
 Fig. 9


      This projection must                                                           While pushing recipro saw blade,
      face the blade side.

                                            Push plate
                                                                               Recipro saw blade



                                                                                    Pin 3
                                                                         (of 19.8mm length)
          Guide sleeve

                                                                    insert pin 3 through
                                                                    the hole of push plate.
                                                                                                                          P 8 / 15
Repair
 [3] -1. Disassembling/ Assembling Blade Clamp Section (cont.)
 5) While fitting the two projections of driving sleeve in the concavities of sleeve, push driving sleeve into gear housing
    housing. At this time, turn driving sleeve clockwise so that the protruding portion of driving sleeve cannot be inter-
    fered by gear housing. After driving sleeve is pushed into gear housing to the full, turn driving sleeve clockwise to
    lock pin 3 in place. (Fig. 10)
    Note: Driving sleeve is used as a jig to lock pin 3 in place, not assembled to slider in this step.
 6) Remove driving sleeve.
 Fig. 10

                                                                                                         Driving sleeve
           Driving sleeve                                      Concavities
                            Sleeve




       Projections                                                                      Sleeve


 7) Assemble the following parts to slider (Refer to Fig. 3.):
    Driving sleeve guide, Guide sleeve, Pin 3 (of 6mm length), Shoulder pin 5, Compression spring 6
 8) Put driving sleeve over guide sleeve and secure it with retaining ring S-18 using 1R291. Then cover driving sleeve
    with protector. (When installing driving sleeve, fit its projections in the concavities of sleeve and driving sleeve guide.)

 [3] -2. Replacing Shift Button and Cap
 DISASSEMBLING                                                     Fig. 11

 Shift button can be removed from gear housing cover by                                   Shift button
 inserting a thin bar into the hole of cap and push the bar.
 (Fig. 11)                                                                                                    Cap

                                                                                                                    thin bar




 ASSEMBLING                                                        Fig. 12
 1) Replace cap by new one because removal of shift button
    damages the inside surface of cap.                                       Slider
 2) From shift button, remove all the plastic dust scraped off
    the removed cap. Insert shift button through the holes in
    the both sides of gear housing cover.
   And then press-fit shift button in the new cap by hand.
    Important:                                                                                                      Shift button
    Be sure to assemble shift button to gear housing cover            Cap
    so that the two notches of shift button face the side
    opposite to slider as illustrated in Fig. 12.




                                                                               These notches of shift button must
                                                                               face the side opposite to slider.
                                                                                                                   P 9 / 15
Repair
 [3] -3. Disassembling/ Assembling Slider
 DISASSEMBLING
 1) Remove shoe and insulation cover.
 2) Remove the blade clamp section. (Refer to [3] -1.)
 3) Separate gear housing cover from gear housing by removing two M5x25 pan head screws
     and two M5x35 pan head screws.
 4) Remove two plates from gear housing cover by unscrewing four M5x16 pan head screws. (Fig. 13)
 5) From slider, remove the plane bearing 14 on the motor housing side.
 6) Move slider towards the motor housing side. Then remove slider from gear housing cover by pulling in the direction
    designated by the gray arrow. (Fig. 14)
 Fig. 13                                  Fig. 14

            Pan head screw M5x16                                                          While lifting up slider,
            (adhesive-coated type)              Move slider towards                       pull it off from gear housing
                                                the motor housing side.                   cover.
                                 Plate
   Plate
                                               Slider




                   Gear housing cover



 ASSEMBLING
 Do the reverse of the disassembling steps.
 Notes:
 1) Apply Makita grease N No.1 to slider as illustrated in Fig. 15 in order to lubricate X ring 14 and plane bearings 14.
 2) Plane bearings 14 are not reversible when assembled to slider. Be sure to install them as illustrated in Fig. 16.
 Fig. 15                                     Fig. 16

   Apply Makita grease N No. 1 here.
                                                                          brim                              brim




                                                        (Blade side)                     (Motor housing side)



 3) Do not forget to install seal ring when assembling gear housing cover to gear housing.
                                                                                                                   P 10/ 15
Repair
 [3] -4. Replacing Oil Seal 14 and X Ring 14
 DISASSEMBLING
 1) Separate gear housing cover from gear housing as described in 1) to 3) of [3] -3.
 2) Remove oil seal 14 by hitting from the motor housing side using slotted screwdriver and plastic hammer.
    Then remove X ring 14 by pushing with finger. (Fig. 17)
 Fig. 17

                   (Motor housing side)

      Slotted screwdriver


     Gear housing
     cover
                                                         X ring 14




                                                                                                            X ring 14
                                                         Oil seal 14


                       (Blade side)



 ASSEMBLING
 Put X ring 14 in place. And then press-fit oil seal 14 using arbor press and Round bar for arbor 26-100 (No.1R250)
 as illustrated in Fig. 18.
 Important:
 1. Oil seal 14 is not reversible when assembled to gear housing cover. Be sure to set it so that the rubber lip faces
    the blade side as illustrated in Fig. 19.
 2. Install oil seal 14 so that it is flush with the surface of gear housing cover. (Fig. 19)
 3. Do not reuse the removed oil seal because the rubber lip is damaged when removed from gear housing cover.

 Fig. 18                                             Fig. 19


     Arbor press
                                                                                (Blade side)
   Round bar for
   arbor 26-100
                                                                   rubber lip                        Oil seal 14
   (No.1R250)

    Oil seal 14



    X ring 14



                                                                X ring 14
                                                                                                    Gear housing cover
                                                                            (Motor housing side)
                                                                                                             P 11/ 15
Repair
 [3] -5. Gear Complete
 DISASSEMBLING
 1) Separate gear housing from gear housing cover as described in 1) to 3) of [3] -3.
 2) Remove two gear plates from gear housing by unscrewing four M5x14 torx countersunk head screws (adhesive-coated)
    with Torx bit VT-25 (No.1R314) or Torx screwdriver T25H120 (No.1R327). (Fig. 20)
    Then remove gear complete from gear housing. (Fig. 21)
 Fig. 20                                                          Fig. 21

                                          Torx countersunk          Gear complete              Needle bearing 1216
                                          head screw M5x14
   Gear plate                             (4 pcs)
   (2 pcs)                                                          Flat washer 18




   Gear complete                                                              Pin 12

 3) Put gear complete on Pipe 30 (No.1R232), and place            Fig. 22
    Round bar for arbor 16-100 (No.1R245) on needle
    bearing 1216. And press out needle bearing 1216                    Arbor press
    as illustrated in Fig. 22.
                                                                            No.1R245           Needle bearing 1216
 ASSEMBLING
 Do the reverse of the disassembling steps.
 Note:
 1. Before assembling gear complete to gear housing,               Gear complete
    apply about 1g of Makita grease N No.1 to flat washer 18
    and pin 12 respectively. ( Refer to Fig. 20.)                           No.1R232
 2. Apply adhesive to four M5x14 torx countersunk head screws.

 [3] -6. Replacing Armature
 1) Remove carbon brushes, shoe and insulation cover.             Fig. 23
 2) Remove gear housing cover from gear housing as described        Pan head screw M5x10 (3 pcs)
    in 1) to 3) of [3] -3.
 3) Separate gear housing from motor housing by unscrewing                                             Armature
    four M5x35 tapping screws.
 4) Remove baffle plate from gear housing. then remove
    armature from gear housing by removing three M5x10 pan
    head screws (adhesive-coated) with impact driver. (Fig. 23)
    In this step, ball bearing 6001DDW and bearing retainer are
    still assembled to armature.
     Note: Apply adhesive to three M5x10 pan head screws
            when assembling.                                                           Bearing retainer

 5) Remove retaining ring S-12 from armature using Retaining ring S and R pliers (No.1R291), then ball bearing
    6001DDW using Bearing extractor (No.1R269). Now bearing retainer can be removed from armature. (Fig. 24)
 Fig. 24


                                                                                          Bearing retainer

                                                                                           Ball bearing 6001DDW



           Retaining ring S-12
                                                                                                            P 12/ 15
Circuit   diagram
  Taiwan, and low voltage of Great Britain

    Color index of lead wires' sheath
     Black
     Clear                                                                                           Choke coil
     Orange                                   Polyolefin heat-shrink tube
     Purple
                                                                            Field core


       Noise
       suppressor

                                                            *Left
                                                                              Field         *Right
                                 Choke coil

          Switch

                                                                                                Purple
                                                                                                lead wire
                                                                                                         *Right

                                                                              Orange
                                                                              lead wire

                                                                                    *Left




  All other countries and areas

    Color index of lead wires' sheath
     Black


           Noise
           suppressor


                                                              *Left                             *Right
                                                                                 Field




                                                                                                         *Right




                                                                                    *Left
                                                                                                                 P 13/ 15
Wiring     diagram
 [1] Protecting the Interconnecting Lead Wire with Heat-Shrink Tube
 In case that noise suppressor is used, protect the lead wire that interconnects between noise suppressor and field core
 using polyolefin heat-shrink tube. Be sure to cover the crimped portion as illustrated in Fig. 25.
 Fig. 25


                    [Before shrinkage]                                              [After shrinkage]

    crimped portion       Polyolefin heat-shrink tube                                  Polyolefin heat-shrink tube
                          (before shrinkage)                                           (after shrinkage)




    Non-insulated     Lead wire (clear) that interconnects
    terminal          between noise suppressor and
                      field core




 [2] Wiring in Motor Housing
 [2] -1. Front Side; Routing the Lead Wire Interconnecting Between Noise Suppressor and Field Core
 Fig. 26



                                                              (View from baffle plate side)


           Secure the non-insulated terminal
           of the interconnecting lead wire
           with the screw that fastens field
           to motor housing.



                  Polyolefin heat-shrink tube




                          Lead wire (clear) interconnecting
                          between noise suppressor and
                          field core                               Route the lead wire
                                                                   through this opening.
                                                                                                                 P 14/ 15
Wiring     diagram
 [2] Wiring in Motor Housing (cont.)
 [2] -2. Rear side
 Note: Choke coils are not used except for the following countries:
       Taiwan, low voltage of Great Britain
 Fig. 27



       Lead wire from choke coil                         Field lead wire (purple)
       to brush holder (purple)


                                                                        Lead wire holder


                                                                                    Opening for lead wires




                                                                                     1) Route the following lead
                                                                                        wires through the opening:
                                                                                        *Field lead wire (purple)
                                                                                        *Lead wire from choke coil
                                                                                          to brush holder (purple)
      Field lead wires                                                               2) Fix the two lead wires with
               (black)                                                                   the lead wire holder.
                                                                                        Be sure that the lead wires
       Field lead wire                                                                  are tight between the opening
              (orange)                                                                  and the lead wire holder.
      Lead wire from
        choke coil to                                                       Lead wire (clear)
        brush holder                                                        interconnecting between
            (orange)                                                        noise suppressor and
                                    Route the following lead wires
                                                                            field core
                                    through this opening:
                                    *Field lead wire (orange)
                                    *Lead wire from choke coil
                                     to brush holder (orange)
                                    *Two field lead wires (black)
                                                                                                              P 15/ 15
Wiring    diagram
 [3] Wiring in Handle
 Note: Choke coils are not used except for the following countries:
       Taiwan, low voltage of Great Britain


                            Fix lead wires with
                            lead wire holder.                                 Put insulated connector here.




                                                                                     Route the lead wires
                                                                            rib      of choke coils
                                                                                     between ribs.
                                                  Choke coil



                                    Put noise suppressor
                                    in this space.




                                                                                    1) Route the lead wires from
                                                                                       choke coil to brush holder
                                                                                       through the opening.
                                                                                    2) Fix lead wires with the
                                                                                       lead wire holder.
                                                                                       Be sure that lead wires are
                                                            Fix lead wires with        tight between the opening
                          Put insulated connector here.     lead wire holder.          and the lead wire holder.



               When choke coils are used,
               put the vinyl tube on choke coils,
               and fix it with two ribs as illustrated
               to right.


                                                                                                  Vinyl tube



                                                                rib



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