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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This sounds like a morse taper adaptor. if so look at the taper for any unusual wear. if none what I would do is get something like brake clean or similar product to remove all oil and grease. clean the shaft and the internal socket. wipe off with cleam paper towel after cleaning. retract the chuck jaws to prevent damage to the chuck and align the tang on adaptor with the internal socket. Take a piece of wood and hammer and hit the chuck seating the taper. You can also try using the table with a block of wood and the feed handle to seat it. If it continues to fall you have worn parts that need replaced. Good luck
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
I tried the model number listed and didn't find just a capacitor, but I would think that you would be able to find it at a local electrical supply house, one that specializes in service to the contractor, take that one with you and they should be able to match it up. If not give me the exact model number and I will try and find one online for you
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
The belt has either come off the pulley or the belt is slipping. Open th top access hatch and check the belts . If belt is off replace and tighten , if it is just loose tighten the belt.If it is not the belt and the motor is humming but not turning you will need to replace the motor's starting capacitor.Good luck and please don't forget to rate this answer, Thanks
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Look instead at the motor and drill post bearings. Remove the belt to see if the motor runs correctly with no load. If it still hums and gets hot, check that the motor itself turns freely (when off). If the motor seems to be ok, turn the driven pulley by hand--it should also turn freely. The capacitor is usually a starting assist, not running. To test, wrap a small rope several turns (when pulled must turn in the normal direction) around the small motor pulley and pull smartly while turning the motor on. If it now comes up to speed, the capacitor has lost capacitance. Electronic parts suppliers like Jameco or Mouser have such items.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
I would go to Dewaltservicenet.com and you can download a breakdown and also user manual for this tool with information about the set up and belt assembly, the breakdown would show you how everything is supposed to go in the pulley section. L et me know if you need further help
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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