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T
ECHNICAL INFORMATION
Models No.
Description
C
ONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS
Model BJR182 has been developed as a sister tool of BJR181.
featuring higher cost-competitiveness than the current model.
This product is available in the following variations.
Model No.
BJR182
BJR182RFE
BJR182RF
BJR182Z
All models also include the accessories listed below in "Standard equipment".
S
pecification
Voltage: V
Capacity: Ah
Battery
Cell
Charging time: min.
Max output (W)
Length of stroke: mm (")
No load speed: min-
Max cutting capacities: mm (")
[when cutting with a 300mm blade]
Variable speed control by trigger
Electric brake
Net weight*: kg (lbs)
*with battery BL1830
S
tandard equipment
Recipro saw blade for composite materials ............. 1
Recipro saw blade for metal .................................... 1
Note: The standard equipment for the tool shown above may differ by country.
O
ptional accessories
Fast charger DC18RA
Charger DC24SA
Charger DC24SC
BJR182
Cordless Recipro Saw
Battery
Battery
type
quantity
2
BL1830
(Li-ion 3.0Ah)
1
No
=spm
1
wood
pipe
(for North America only)
(for all countries except North America)
Plastic
Charger
cover
carrying case
1
DC18RA
Yes
No
No
No
No
18
3.0
Li-ion
22
with DC18RA
320
28 (1-1/8)
0 - 2,900
255 (10)
dia. 130 (5-1/8)
Yes
Yes
3.5 (7.7)
Li-ion battery BL1830
Recipro saw blades
PRODUCT
L
H
W
Dimensions: mm (")
Length (L)
449 (17-3/4)
Width (W)
91 (3-5/8)
Height (H)
241 (9-1/2)
Offered to
North America
All countries except North America
All countries
P 1/11

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Summary of Contents for Makita MAKSTAR BJR182RFE

  • Page 1 ECHNICAL INFORMATION PRODUCT P 1/11 Models No. BJR182 Description Cordless Recipro Saw ONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS Model BJR182 has been developed as a sister tool of BJR181. featuring higher cost-competitiveness than the current model. Dimensions: mm (") Length (L) 449 (17-3/4) Width (W) 91 (3-5/8) Height (H)
  • Page 2 Assembling Pin 3 to the Blade clamp section [2] LUBRICATION and ADHESIVE Lubrication: Apply Makita grease FA No.2 to the following portions designated with the black triangle to protect parts and product from unusual abrasion. (Fig. 1) Adhesive: When reusing threadlocker coated screws, be sure to apply adhesive before tightening.
  • Page 3 P 3/11 epair [3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [3] -1. Blade Clamp Section Fig. 2 DISASSEMBLING Blade clamp section 1) Remove Shoe. If the Blade clamp section is positioned inside Gear housing, pull it out of Gear housing. (Fig. 2) 2) After removing Protector, remove Retaining ring S-18 using 1R291. Then remove the following parts: Driving sleeve, Shoulder pin 5, Compression spring 6, Pin 3 (of 6mm length), Guide sleeve, Driving sleeve guide...
  • Page 4 P 4/11 epair [3] -1. 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.
  • Page 5 P 5/11 epair [3] -1. Blade Clamp Section (cont.) 5) While fitting the two projections of Driving sleeve in the concavities of Sleeve, push Driving sleeve into Gear housing. At this time, turn Driving sleeve clockwise so that the protruding portion of Driving sleeve cannot be interfered by Gear housing.
  • Page 6 P 6/11 epair [3] -3. Slider Section DISASSEMBLING 1) After removing Shoe, then Insulation cover. (Fig. 13) 2) Remove the Blade clamp section. (See "[3] -1. Blade Clamp Section.) Fig. 13 For smooth removal of Insulation cover, apply soapy water into the space between Insulation cover Insulation cover and Gear housing cover complete.
  • Page 7 ASSEMBLING Do the reverse of the disassembling steps. Note: a) Do not forget to apply Makita grease FA No.2 to slider before assembling. (Fig. 17) b) Both of the two Plane bearing 14A's are not reversible when assembled to Slider.
  • Page 8 Do the reverse of the disassembling steps. Note: a) Apply Makita grease FA No.2 to the following parts, before assembling: *Flat washer 14: the surface that contacts Gear assembly *Pin 10 (of Gear housing complete): surface that contacts Gear assembly b) Torx socket head screw M5x14 is threadlocker coated.
  • Page 9 P 9/11 epair [3] -6. Armature DISASSEMBLING 1) Separate Gear housing cover complete from Gear housing complete. (Figs. 13, 14) 2) Remove Carbon brushes, then separate the assembly of Armature and Gear housing complete from Motor housing complete by unscrewing four 5x25 tapping screws. (Fig. 23) Fig.
  • Page 10 P 10/11 ircuit diagram Fig. D-1 Color index of lead wires' sheath Black Right side Brush holder, Right Left side Switch Brush holder, Left Right side Brush holder, Right Switch Heatsink Brush holder, Left Left side Terminal...
  • Page 11 P 11/11 iring diagram 1) Rear of Motor Housing Fig. D-2 Fix Lead wire of each Brush holder with Lead wire holders as illustrated below. Lead wire Motor housing Lead wire holder Lead wire holder on Motor housing on Motor housing Lead wire holder Lead wire holder on Brush holder...

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