Question about Hitachi C12FDH 15 Amp 12Inch Dual Bevel Miter Saw with Laser
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is always going to be some sparking between the BRUSHES and the commutator. if it is excessive and loud or is really heating up the housing, there could be a crack in one of the brushes, the brush might be chipped or unevenly worn, or the brush holder itself may be burned cracked, or otherwise need to be replaced. they may LOOK okay but need to be pulled out to really know for sure sometimes. there is a small set screw in the housing that holds the brushholder in place.
while this could be the problem with the electric brake, it is more likely that there is a wiring connection loose, broken or burned inside the motor housing. it could be the switch but i dont believe the brake circuit runs through the switch on this model.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
SOURCE: Electric Blade Brake is not
Brake is controlled by the switch. There are two switches that can be used on your saw. One switch has only on/off, the other switch is on/on. On motor when pressed and on brake when released. The switch with brake does not last very long because the braking action is really just shorting motor circuit (short circuit). All motors can produce electricity. The brake action occurs by shorting motor thru switch. Electricity that motor is producing while turning forces armature to stop. Other brands use a resister in breaking system to absorbe current help switch last longer. Parts are available at www.toolpartsdirect.com Good luck
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
Hello, W/D here.
At the back of the saw, where it hinges, is a pin that locks the pivot joint. Push down on the saw handle while pulling the pin, then allow the saw to rise to the ready position. Reverse the order to store the saw.
Best regards, --W/D--
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
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