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Need Help Finding Your Makita Model Number?
Last modified on 25-02-2018
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The model number is typically located on a nameplate or warning plate on the tool housing. On their lawn equipment, you should look near the recoil housing or on the engine housing. For table saws, it is commonly located on the plastic base. For miter saws, it is often found near the motor or by the handle.
The model number will usually appear just to the right of the logo on the identification tag. The manufacturer doesn’t use type numbers, so you won’t have to worry about figuring out if you have a Type 1 or Type 2, etc.
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