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Intermittent running My tool is running stop/start. I have changed the brushes and brush holders thinking it could be that. I have checked lead switch, field coils. All ok. What could the problem be?

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  • Ardiel Feb 14, 2012

    mains lead is fine. ran over commutator with some comm chalk to clean it up but the problem still persists. how do you test to see if its maybe the sensors or variable speed is faulty?

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    Pieter Vleeshouwers Jul 11, 2014

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    Pieter Vleeshouwers Jul 11, 2014

    For PEOPLE WHO WILL HAVE a longer FESTOOL life of the machine who are having a QUICKLOCK cable the problem is the poor connection of the 2 pins that will bring soon damage on the coil (field) the coil ,

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    Pieter Vleeshouwers Jul 11, 2014

    order 492780 and make normal class 2 a 1.0 kwdrt cable on the machine it is made the machines longer lasting because of the poor quicklock wenn the tools daily are switched on 1 cable is this the ultimate repair because of the short circuiting inside the quicklock connectorblock and quicklock cable Milwaukee and AEG are much better on the quicklock cable but the Festool powertools are much better to work with.

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Its possible that the mains lead is breaking down, when it stops give the cable a wiggle and see if it starts up again, if it does then just replace mains lead

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