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My GD0600 quit suddently while I was grinding out a hole; no reason why, it just quit suddently??

Brand New, very little use GD0600 Makita Die Grinder suddently quit while I was grinding out a hole in 1/2" metal. No strain nor bind on the bit nor motor; it just quit with no reason. Thanks.

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SOURCE: plug in makita die grinder, turn on, runs for 2 to

does it run freely?as in not seem to be lugging from bad bearings in the motor shaft,then check the speed control board for a shorted triac/scr transistor

Posted on Mar 25, 2011

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