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T
ECHNICAL INFORMATION
Model No.
Description
C
ONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS
Model HR4013C/HR4003C are the successor models of the current
HR4011C series models and developed to provide higher operating
efficiency and more comfort with unrivalled low level of vibration,
the optional dust extractor attachment newly designed, etc.
Listed below are the specification differences between
HR4013C and HR4003C.
Active dynamic vibration absorber
AVT*
Vibration absorbing housing
Soft no load
*Anti-Vibration Technology
S
pecification
Voltage (V)
110
120
220
230
240
Specification
No load speed: min.
Impacts per minute: min.
Shank type
Capacity: mm (")
Electronic features
Torque limiter
Protection from electric shock
Power supply cord: m (ft)
Weight according to
EPTA-Procedure 01/2003*: kg (lbs)
* With Side handle (Bar style)
S
tandard equipment
Depth gauge (Stopper pole) ..........................1
Side handle assembly (D-shaped) .................1
Side handle (Bar style) ..................................1
Bit grease ......................................................1
Cleaning cloth ...............................................1
Plastic carrying case ......................................1
Note: The standard equipment for the tool
shown above may vary by country.
HR4013C, HR4003C
40mm (1-9/16") Rotary Hammer
HR4013C HR4003C
Current (A)
Cycle (Hz)
12
50/60
11
50/60
6.2
50/60
6.2
50/60
6.2
50/60
¹ = rpm
ˉ
¹ = ipm
ˉ
TCT bit
Concrete
Core bit
Variable speed control switch
Soft start
Constant speed control
Soft no load
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Continuous Rating (W)
Input
1,100
---
1,100
1,100
1,100
Model
HR4013C
Yes
Europe: 4.0 (13.1), Brazil, Chile, Peru: 2.0 (6.6),
6.8 (15.1)
O
ptional accessories
Assorted TCT drill bits
Assorted Bull points
Assorted Scaling chisels
Grooving chisel
Bushing tool
Scoop
Chemical anchor adaptor
Hammer grease
Bar style side handle
Syringe
Dust extractor attachment
L
W
(The image above is HR4013C.)
Dimensions: mm (")
HR4013C
Length (L)
479 (18-11/16)
Width (W)
112 (4-3/8)
Height (H)
263 (10-3/8)
Max. Output (W)
Output
500
500
550
550
550
HR4003C
250 - 500
1,450 - 2,900
Adapted for SDS-MAX
40 (1-9/16)
105 (4-1/8)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Double insulation
Other countries: 5.0 (16.4)
6.2 (13.8)
Assorted Core bits
Assorted Cold chisels
Scaling chisel (for Tile)
Shank (for Bushing tool and Rammer)
Rammer
Side handle assembly (D-shaped)
Bit Grease
Safety Goggle
Plastic carrying case
Hammer Service Kit
PRODUCT
P 1/ 19
H
HR4003C
106 (4-3/16)
1,200
1,200
1,500
1,500
1,500
No

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  • Page 1 Description 40mm (1-9/16") Rotary Hammer ONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS Model HR4013C/HR4003C are the successor models of the current HR4011C series models and developed to provide higher operating efficiency and more comfort with unrivalled low level of vibration, the optional dust extractor attachment newly designed, etc.
  • Page 2 Apply the following grease to protect parts and product from unusual abrasion. * Makita grease R No.00 to the portions indicated by black triangle * Makita grease N No. 2 to the portions indicated by gray triangle Barrel and Tool holder section Item No.
  • Page 3 Striker Piston Fig. 2 Inside view of Cylinder Crank shaft Outside view of Cylinder Armature AVT mechanism (for HR4013C only) Item No. Description Grease Portion to lubricate Amount Counter weight R No.00 Drum portion a little Fig. 3...
  • Page 4 P 4/ 19 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3]-1. Chuck DISASSEMBLING Chuck section can be disassembled as drawn in Fig. 4. Fig. 4 1. Set the machine to 1R312 or the like, 2. Insert the dummy shank of 1R363 into Tool holder, and remove Tool holder cap by prying and lock it same way as you do for a real bit.
  • Page 5 P 5/ 19 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3]-2. Impact bolt, Striker DISASSEMBLING (1) Impact bolt, Striker Piston can be disassembled without removing Chuck section. See Fig. 6. (2) Striker is removed from Crank housing side as drawn in Fig. 7. Fig. 6 1.
  • Page 6 P 6/ 19 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3]-2. Impact bolt, Striker (cont.) ASSEMBLING (1) Assemble O rings and Fluoride rings to Impact bolt as drawn in Fig. 8. Fig. 8 Assembly of Rings to Impact Bolt Correction Before Correction: After Correction: Rings' edges are protruding from Rings' edges are positioned under the top edge of the groove on...
  • Page 7 (1) After removing Barrel section as drawn in Fig. 6, disassemble Handle section as drawn in Fig. 10. Fig. 10 1. Reserve the insertion slit for a slotted screwdriver between Guard 40 2. Disassemble Handle section for and Handle base for HR4013C by pressing Handle section toward HR4013C by unscrewing eight Crank housing side. 4x25 Tapping screws.
  • Page 8 P 8/ 19 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3]-3. Crank housing, Cylinder, Counter weight (3) Remove Drive sleeve by pushing the end of Link plate from Crank side. Then, remove Guide ring. (Fig. 12) Fig. 12 Driving sleeve Link plate Guide ring (4) Put three pieces of 1R350 on Crank housing complete, and then remove Cylinder from Crank housing with 1R213 through the holes of the three pieces of 1R350.
  • Page 9 P 9/ 19 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3]-3. Crank housing, Cylinder, Counter weight (cont.) (6) Put 1R400 on Flat washer 33 located on Chuck side of Cylinder. Assemble two pieces of 1R022 to 1R306. Set 1R306 to Arbor press. Then compress Compression spring 34 by pressing down 1R400 using Arbor press with 1R022 and 1R306 until Retaining ring (EXT) WR-32.5 is revealed, and remove it with 1R003 with 1R212.
  • Page 10 [3]-3. Crank housing, Cylinder, Counter weight (cont.) (8) As for model HR4013C, loosen four M4x16 Pan head screws and remove Switch case set from Crank housing. (Fig. 17) Then, Push and Turn each Holder complete on both sides of Crank housing with a slotted screwdriver to remove counter weight mechanism.
  • Page 11 Crank shaft into the hole of Connecting rod using 1R306 and Arbor press. (Fig. 25) (6) Once Oil seal 32 in Barrel complete is removed, using Socket bit 32-50 (Makita part No. 134848-9) makes it easy to pressfit Oil seal 32 in place.
  • Page 12 Link plate in place later. (Fig. 26) (8) Spiral bevel gear 26 must be installed straight. (Fig. 27) Do not fail to apply Makita grease No. R 00 to the gear teeth. (9) Three pieces of O ring 30 on Cylinder must be lubricated with Makita grease No. R 00. (Fig. 2 of [2] LUBRICATION) When Cylinder is pressfit into Crank housing, Put 1R032 under the four pins on handle side of Crank housing as drawn in Fig.
  • Page 13 P 13/ 19 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3]-3. Crank housing, Cylinder, Counter weight (cont.) (10) When Change lever section is disassembled; • fit the projection of Leaf spring into the groove on Link lever. (Fig. 31) • reassemble the components to Crank cap and Housing cover by M4x10 Pan head screw with care to the directions (Fig.
  • Page 14 P 14/ 19 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3]-4. Torque limiter assembly DISASSEMBLING (1) Remove Gear housing from Crank housing according to [3]-3 of the previous pages. (2) Tap Gear housing as drawn in Fig. 35 with a plastic hammer. Torque limiter assembly is removed. (3) Remove Retaining spring S-8 from the shaft of Spiral bevel gear 7 with 1R291.
  • Page 15 P 15/ 19 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3]-5. Motor DISASSEMBLING (1) Do the steps until four 5x25 Tapping screws are removed according to [3]-3-(9) of the previous pages. (Fig. 19) (2) Loosen two 4x18 Tapping screws and then remove Rear cover. (Fig. 40) (3) While holding Fan by a gloved hand, turn M6 Hex nut counterclockwise using Cordless impact driver with Socket bit 10.(Fig.
  • Page 16 P 16/ 19 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3]-6. Handle section Fig. 46 Fig. 47 DISASSEMBLING Loosen 4x18 Tapping screw and then Main switch lever up Handle cover with a slotted Handle cover screwdriver. (Fig. 46) Main switch can be replaced. (Fig. 47) 4x18 Tapping screw Slotted screwdriver...
  • Page 17 P 17/ 19 ircuit diagram Fig. D-1 Color index of lead wires' sheath Black White Blue Switch unit Connector Switch Controller Dial Terminal block Connector with Line filters Blue lead wire is used Brown lead wire is used for some countries. for some countries.
  • Page 18 P 18/ 19 iring diagram Fig. D-2 [Handle section] [Switch unit] Fix the Lead wires of Lead unit with Switch unit Lead wire holder. Route Lead wires of Switch unit in this groove. Boss Rib A Rib B Rib C Rib D Route Lead wires of Switch unit between Ribs C and D.
  • Page 19 P 19/ 19 iring diagram Fig. D-3 [Motor housing] Route Lead wires of Switch unit between Ribs E and F. Rib E Rib F Connector Fix Lead wires connected to Connector in each Lead wire holder. Dial Note: Do not put Lead wires on or over Ribs and the inner wall of Motor housing.

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