OFFICIAL USE
for ASC & Sales Shop
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ECHNICAL INFORMATION
Model No.
Description
PRODUCT
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JV100D
Cordless Jig Saw
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CONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS
Model JV100D has been developed as the first cordless jig saw
of the 10.8V Li-ion Cordless series.
Its main features are:
• Compact and lightweight design achieved while maintaining the power
enough to perform smooth light duty cutting
• The same mechanical parts and functions as used for AC model 4329
This product is available in the following variations.
Model No.
Charger
Battery
type
quantity
JV100DZ
No
No
JV100DZW
JV100DW
JV100DWW
DC10WA BL1013
JV100DWE
JV100DWEW
--No
No
----DC10WB BL1014
---
No
1
2
No
2
Housing
color
Plastic
carrying
case
Makita blue
white
Makita blue
white
Makita blue
white
Makita blue
white
Makita blue
white
No
Yes
No
Yes
W
L
Dimensions: mm (")
Length (L)
231 (9-1/8)
76 (3)
Width (W)
196 (7-3/4)
Height (H)
Offered to
All countries except
North and Central
American countries
(Mexico and
Guam are included)
North and Central
American countries
except Mexico
and Guam
All models also include the accessories listed below in "Standard equipment".
Specification
Standard equipment
Voltage: V
Capacity: Ah
Battery Energy capacity: Wh
Cell
Charging time
(approx.): min.
Max. output: W
No load speed: strokes per minute
Stroke length: mm (")
Shank type
Capacities: mm (")
10.8*2,
(10.8/12V max*3)
1.3
14
Li-ion
50 with DC10WA*2,
(DW10WB*3)
130
0 - 2,400
18 (11/16)
B-type
Wood
Mild steel
Aluminum
Cut settings
Electric brake
Variable speed control by trigger
Weight according to EPTA-Procedure
01/2003*4: kg (lbs)
65 (2-9/16)
2 (1/16)
4 (5/32)
3 Orbital settings
+
Straight cutting
Yes
Yes
1.7 (3.7)
*2 For all countries except North and Central American countries
(Mexico and Guam are included.)
*3 For North and Central American countries except Mexico and Guam
*4 With battery
Jig saw blade No. B-10 .................................. 1
Hex wrench ................................................... 1
Guide rule set (for some countries only) ........ 1
Note: The standard equipment for the tool
shown above may vary by country.
Optional accessories
Jig saw blades
Guide rule set
Hose 28
Cover plate
Kerf board set
Charger DC10WA*2
Li-ion battery BL1013*2
Charger DC10WB*3
Li-ion battery BL1014*3
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Repair
CAUTION: Repair the machine in accordance with “Instruction manual” or “Safety instructions”.
[1] NECESSARY REPAIRING TOOLS
Code No.
Description
Use for
1R029
Bearing Setting Pipe 23-15.2
Pressing Bearing case complete, when assembling it to DC Motor
1R032
Bearing Setting Plate 8.2
Supporting DC Motor, when assembling it to Bearing case complete
1R258
V Block
Supporting DC Motor, when assembling it to Bearing case complete
1R269
Bearing Extractor
Separating DC Motor from Bearing case complete
1R274
Type 72 Field Insert Jig
Supporting DC Motor, when assembling it to Bearing case complete
1R291
Retaining Ring S & R Pliers
Removing /assembling Retaining ring S-6
[2] LUBRICATION
Apply Makita grease N. No.1 to the following portions designated with the black triangle to protect
parts and product from unusual abrasion.
Item No.
Description
Portion to lubricate
Amount
20
Push plate
Both side
a little
21
Balance plate
The portion that 23 Gear complete contacts
a little
22
Pin 3
Whole portion
a little
23
Gear complete
Gear teeth and Armature gear in Bearing case complete and Balance plate
25
Slider guide
Hole where 27 Slider reciprocates
a little
27
Slider
Elliptic hole where 37 Collar sleeve moves
a little
33
Slider support
Hole where 27 Slider reciprocates
a little
37
Collar sleeve
Whole portion
a little
42
Retainer complete
The portion that 20 Push plate contacts
a little
DC Motor
Bearing case
complete
Pin
Dust seal
Approx. 3 g
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Repair
[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -1. Housing
DISASSEMBLING
Fig. 2
1. Remove Clamp plate and Base from
Housing set by unscrewing M4x16
Hex socket head bolt with Hex wrench 3.
2. Separate Housing R by unscrewing M4x35
Tapping screw (1pc.) and 4x18 Tapping screws (9pcs).
4x35 Tapping screw (1 pc.)
4x18 Tapping screw (9 pc.)
Housing R
M4x16 Hex socket
head bolt
Base
Clamp plate
Hex wrench 3
(Standard equipment)
Safety wire
3. Remove Safety wire.
ASSEMBLING
(1) Make sure to insert Holder to Housing L (Fig. 3).
Fig. 3
Note;
Before assembling Housing R, make sure that Holder
(with M4 Screw hole) is mounted to Housing L
to fasten Housing set with M4x16 Hex socket head bolt
Holder
(2) Set Safety wire to Housing L (Fig. 2-3).
(3) Assemble Housing R to Housing L (Fig. 2-2).
(4) Assemble Base and Clamp plate to Housing set and tighten them with M4x16 Hex socket head bolt (Fig. 2-1).
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[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -2. Reciprocating Mechanism
DISASSEMBLING
(1) Separate Housing R from Housing L (Fig. 2).
(2) Now, Reciprocating mechanism can be disassembled (Fig. 4).
Fig. 4
1. Remove Leaf spring.
2. Turn DC motor shaft to move
Collared sleeve 4 up to the top
position of Slider’s elliptical hole.
3. A space for removing
Slider from Collared
sleeve 4 is secured.
Collared
sleeve 4
Slider
Collared
sleeve 4
Leaf spring
4. Remove Slider section from the
Collared sleeve 4.
Housing L
6 . Remove Retaining
ring S-6 with 1R291.
5 . Remove Collared sleeve 4.
Slider section
Retaining ring S-6
Slider
Note;
Retaining ring S-6 is deformed
in this step. Do not re-use it.
Collared sleeve 4
Collared sleeve 4
7. Now, remove Gear
complete and Pin 3.
Pin 3
Gear complete
8. Remove Balance plate and Push plate
from Bearing case complete.
9. Remove DC motor from Bearing
case complete with 1R269.
Bearing case
complete
Balance plate
Push plate
Dust seal
Bearing case
complete
DC motor
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Repair
[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -2. Reciprocating Mechanism
ASSEMBLING
(1) Assemble Bearing case complete to DC motor (Fig. 5).
Fig. 5
1. Put 1R274 onto 1R032 and set
DC motor to the 1R274. Then,
put 1R258(2pcs) to support the
DC motor.
2. Set Bearing case complete on DC motor and put
1R029 onto Bearing case complete. Press 1R029 to
assemble Bearing case complete to DC motor
with Arbor press.
1R258
(2 pcs)
1R029
Bearing case
complete
1R258
(2 pcs)
1R274
(for protect Motor’s
terminals)
1R032
1R274
(for protect Motor’s
terminals)
Note;
1R032
Press Bearing case complete with Arbor press softly and
do not press further when it is stopped.
Otherwise, the position of Pinion gear on the DC motor
may deviate.
(2) Insert Push plate into dust seal and assemble Push plate to Bearing case complete.
And then, mount Balance plate (Fig. 4).
(3) Assemble Gear complete to the pin on the Bearing case complete (Fig. 4-7).
Note;
Shake Push plate up and down while pressing Gear complete to insert it completely and to have the assembling groove
of Retaining ring S-6 on the Pin of Bearing case complete. Fix Retaining ring S-6 to secure Gear complete
to the pin’s groove (Fig. 6).
Fig. 6
1. Shake Push plate up and
down while pressing Gear
complete toward Balance
plate.
Gear complete
4. Facing the flange side to Gear complete,
assemble Collared sleeve 4.
Brim portion
2. Now, the assembling Groove
on Pin comes into your sight.
3. Fix a new Retaining ring S-6
with 1R291.
Balance plate
Retaining ring S-6
Gear complete
Collared sleeve 4
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[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -2. Reciprocating Mechanism (cont.)
ASSEMBLING
(4) After setting DC motor and Reciprocating mechanism to Housing L, assemble Slider section and Leaf spring (Fig. 7).
Fig. 7
5. Make sure to insert O ring 5 into the bottom of
assembling holes for Slider guide.
O Ring 5
6. Turn DC motor shaft to move Collared sleeve 4 to
the top position so as to reserve the space for
assembling Slider section.
Housing L
Housing R
Assembling holes
8. Facing the flat side of Leaf spring to
the front, insert it into the assembly
hole discribed below vertically.
7. Assemble Slider with Seal plate, Slider support
and Slider guide to Housing L while inserting
the elliptical hole of Slider into Collard sleeve 4.
Holder
Retainer
complete
Collared
sleeve 4
Seal plate
Slider support
Slider
Elliptical hole
Slider guide
9. Make sure to put Holder and Retainer
complete in Housing L before mounting
Housing R.
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[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -2. Reciprocating Mechanism
ASSEMBLING
(5) Assemble Housing R (Fig. 8).
Fig. 8
10. Mount Change lever to the Switch
while inserting the protrusion of Switch
into the hole of Change lever.
Housing R
11. Assemble Housing R while
inserting Change lever into
the assembling hole.
Change lever
Change lever
[3] -3. Lever 19
DISASSEMBLING
(1) After separating Housing R, remove DC motor and Reciprocating mechanism from Housing L.
So, the stem of Lever 19 comes into your sight. Now, Lever 19 can be disassembled by removing Stop ring E-4
(Fig. 9).
Fig. 9
1. Remove Stop ring E-4 from
the stem of Lever 19.
DC motor
2. Pull off the Lever 19 while paying attention not
to lose Steel ball 4 and Compression spring 14.
Reciprocating
mechanism
Stop ring E-4
Compression
Spring 4
Steel ball 4
Stem of
Lever 19
Housing L
ASSEMBLING
Take the reverse step of Disassembling (Fig. 9).
Housing L
Lever 19
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Circuit diagram
Fig. D-1
For the countries where the regulations for radio interference suppression are required.
Color index of lead wires' sheath
Black
Red
Switch
Orange
Line Filter
Red dot mark for + terminal
Terminal
DC Motor
Wiring diagram
Connect Lead wires to Switch, DC motor and Terminal as described in Fig. D-2.
Fig. D-2
For the countries where the regulations for radio interference suppression are required.
Face the terminals of M1, M2 to Housing L side and connect Lead wires (orange) and (black)
with terminals of Switch correctly in order to set Switch exactly in the Housing L.
Note; Do not overlap the Lead wires on the Switch body where they contact to Housing L.
Switch
NG
Housing
L side
Housing
L side
Connect Flag terminals of the Lead wires to terminals of DC motor and route the Lead wires through Line filter.
Handle side
DC Motor
Handle side
Housing L side
Housing L side
NG
Red dot mark
Line filter
Terminal
Line filter
Lead wire (red)
Connect the Lead wire (red)
at described direction.
Housing L side
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Wiring diagram
Fig. D-3
For the countries where the regulations for radio interference suppression are required.
Store Lead wires in these Lead wire holders so as not to
protrude and interfere with Housing R when assembled.
Do not overlap the Lead wires under Switch (Fig. D-2).
Switch
Route all Lead wires to Switch from
DC motor in this slot of Rib when
Line filter is used. Note; Route
a black lead wire in this slot of Rib
Rib when Line filter is not used.
Line filter
Locate the Red dot mark
to Handle side when
installing DC motor into
Housing L (Fig. D-2).
Housing L
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Circuit diagram
Fig. D-1A
For the countries where the regulations for radio interference suppression are not required.
Color index of lead wires' sheath
Black
Red
Orange
Switch
Red dot mark for + terminal
Terminal
DC Motor
Wiring diagram
Connect Lead wires to Switch, DC motor and Terminal as described in Fig. D-2A.
Fig. D-2A
For the countries where the regulations for radio interference suppression are not required.
Face the terminals of M1, M2 to Housing L side and connect Lead wires (orange) and (black)
with terminals of Switch correctly in order to set Switch exactly in the Housing L.
Note; Do not overlap the Lead wires on the Switch body where they contact to Housing L.
Switch
NG
Housing L side
Housing L side
Connect Flag terminals of the Lead wires to terminals of DC motor at described direction.
Handle side
Handle side
DC Motor
Housing L side
Housing L side
Red dot mark
Terminal
Connect the Lead wire (red)
at described direction.
Lead wire (red)
Housing L side
NG
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Wiring diagram
Fig. D-3A
For the countries where the regulations for radio interference suppression are not required.
Store Lead wires in these Lead wire holders so as not to
protrude and interfere with Housing R when assembled.
Do not overlap the Lead wires
under Switch (Fig. D-2A).
Switch
Route a black lead wire in this slot
Rib of Rib when Line filter is not used.
Line filter
Locate the Red dot mark
to Handle side when
installing DC motor into
Housing L (Fig. D-2A).
Housing
L side