20 Most Recent Dremel Variable - Speed Multipro Rotary Tool 395 - Page 6 Questions & Answers


Problem is more than likely that the plastic brush holder got hot with continuous use and the brushes n longer slide smoothly in their housing. Sometimes they even twist a little. The only solution to this is to replace the brush holder-variable switch assembly.
DH

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Apr 19, 2010


hello. You loosen the arbor at the base of the shaft closest to the tool. There is a tiny wrench in the kit that came with the dremel, or you can use a pair of pliers to loosen it. Joe

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Apr 17, 2010


Here's the email from I got from Dremel (in my case the flex coupling broke):
Inside the tool is a flex coupling and spline driver.

The flex coupling is # 2615294309 and the price is $ 1.25.
This is the hollow plastic sleeve about 1" long with grooves on the
inside, that goes between the motor shaft and the output shaft.

The spline driver is # 2615294308 at $ 1.00.
Spline driver sits on the direct end of the motor shaft. The flex
coupling sits over the spline driver. Spline driver is about 1/4",
hard plastic with grooves on the outside.


Total shipping for orders under $ 5.00 is $ 2.50. Orders over $
5.00 is $ 4.00.


I have provided ordering instructions below.

To order by phone: 1-800-437-3635, Monday-Friday from 7 am to 6 pm
central time. VISA, MasterCard or Discover is accepted.

To order by mail:
Dremel
4915 21st Street
Racine WI 53406

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Apr 17, 2010


try charger with out charging battery if it stays cool chances are your battery has failed

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Apr 04, 2010


My 15 year old Dremel 395 had the same problem so I took it apart. There is a plastic spline between the motor and the output shaft to the chuck . My plastic spline was split and had many of its teeth sheared off. The shaft lock acts on the output shaft side of this spline, so it was ok. Otherwise everything looked great; bearings ran free & had little play free, brushes ok. To be fair, my Dremel had seen hard use & doesn't owe me anything. No luck so far finding replacement spline parts, which if available should be easy to install. To take apart your tool, just google "Dremel Disassembly". GOOD LUCK!

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Mar 31, 2010


Drywall dust has ruined your tool. It seizes up bearings and bushings like you wouldn't believe.

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Feb 28, 2010


Try soaking is diesel fuel instead.

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Feb 28, 2010


I would send it back to Dremel, they have been AWESOME to do business with, I have sent in 2 of my rotary tools, and because they couldn't be fixed, they sent me new ones at no charge, also, just bought one of their 4" table saws (off ebay) that didn't come w/an owners manula, I emailed Drwemel, and got one in today's mail, pretty kool for an item they quit making years and years ago. Hope this helps

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Feb 25, 2010


if the motor runs fine ande the drive shaft to the tool just stops turning, look at my previous response

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Nov 23, 2009


On the dremel 395 there are 4 visible "star" screws holding the unit together. Get a star wrench/screwdriver and remove those. They kind of look like hex bolts, but they are not, so get the star wrenches.

Now wait.

At the neck, where you have been changing collets and tip types, You may or may not have noticed that the first inch of the top of the body of the tool, the green or grey part, can be unscrewed like a light bulb. Unscrew that, usually a good grip will do.

This now lets you see that there are 2 more smaller star bolts that also hhold the body together. remove those and you will be able to easily seperate the two halves of the tool.

Try to keep the motor body, or rather, let the motor body stay in the half that it wants to. The top shaft that ends with the collet neck, will pop out with just a little coaxing.

Between the top shaft and the drive motor, you will notice some remnent of the interconnecting thing-a majig, that is looking a little ugly right now and needs a replacement. This piece connects the outer shaft and the internal motor.

I know this because one of my first calls tomorrow is to order a replacement part for myself. And I think I will order 2. It seems as though this was not a good design development, in this series.

Good luck with your repair. I do not think it is that complicated. Pull it apart, throw out the debri, use a can of compress air for your computer, put in new part, put back in 6 screws, fire it up again.

Tom P

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Nov 23, 2009


If you already checked and replaced the brushes but it is still not turning then you do these:
Try to see if your unit have a safety breaker and reset it,most of power tools have also a fuse in the plug itself.
Also some have a thermostat fuse.,you can find it attached on the rewined coil.

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Nov 20, 2009


go to Dremel.com and you can get a breakdown and also they have a toll free number for their tech support that can guide you thru how to order and replace the parts.

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Nov 08, 2009


Go to Dremel.com and you can buy a replacement from them and they also have a toll free tech line that you can call for assistance in the disassembly and reassembly of the tool.

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Oct 17, 2009


Sounds like a switch or brushes. You can go to Dremel.com and they have a toll free number for their tech services and you can also download a breakdown for this tool.

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Sep 21, 2009


kept looking, found a manual online at dremel.com

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Sep 04, 2009


there is a coupling between the motor and the spindle that has probably cracked or stripped out. I suggest going to Dremel.com and getting an original replacement part for this. They are not hard to install.

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Sep 02, 2009


like anything that gets wrenched too tight, something has to give

PB blasters lube, and try again

Dremel Variable... | Answered on Jul 14, 2009

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