Question about Saws
I used my table saw to rip a few pieces of wood a few days ago, normal work, nothing fancy. Then today I went to use it and when I turned it on it sounds super loud. What could the problem be? The blade looks fine and turns, it just sounds louder than normal.
Possibly bearing wear, or the blade rubbing against the guard/housing. Unplug the saw and spin the blade slowly by hand, if it feels notchy then I would suggest bearing wear. if it only seems to feel notchy in places then it could also be damaged gears.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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