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Require maintenance, troubleshooting manual to diagnose a "raspy" noise emanating during "free" (not cutting wood) operation

This saw has relatively few operating hours; yet, it has been in (box) storage in cool, dry space for years..............Perhaps extreme (winter-summer) temperature fluctuation has affected (stator-rotor) clearances or the brushes themselves. Upon startup, there is no unusual vibration or looseness of the arbor-blade assembly. It "freewheels" (after release of the ON/OFF switch. However, comparing (sound) this saw with an identical saw, when powered, it has a much more profound, constant, "raspy" noise.............Please advise Robert J Blaskowski ...rblask@earthlink.net

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    David Ford Mar 01, 2012

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