Question about Makita 3612C Router
I would first use compressed air and thoroughly blow thru the vents. Second I would take out the brushes they have a black cap over them and after removing wipe them off with a clean rag and reinstall. Look at the cord for cracks in outer jacket. Plug in and try again. If this doesn't work UNPLUG tool and turn collet nut by hand and connect again and retry. That is about the only things you can do safely. When storing sometimes dust and debris gets inside tool and can make the brushes loose contact with the armature
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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