I have a saw that my dad gave me.it has not been used in a couple of years,I got a couple blades off of ebay 12" 60t brand new,I put them on(tried both)but they seem to wobble,I tightened them down good ,but when cutting they both wobble a good bit,and let a slight bevel in the wood,now the blades say 5000rpm,the saw says 4000rpm,is that my problem?or could something be wrong with the motor?
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I'd be surprised if it were anything but a normal, right handed thread.
So, put on some leather gloves, block the blade from turning with a piece of scrap lumber. Use the appropriate size blade wrench and, I assume you're removing the blade, pull the wrench toward you to loosen it. Always remember, lefty loosy, righty tighty and you'll never wonder which way to turn it again. Obviously if this method tightens the nut rather than loosening it, it's a left handed thread and needs to go the opposite direction. Should loosen/tighten rather easily, so don't force it one way or the other.
Search online for black and decker parts using the model number (on the label on the jigsaw). But Black and Decker are manufactured to bot be very durable, its better and probably cheaper to replace it, with almost any other brand. If cost is an issue but a used high quality item on ebay, made by Makita, Hitachi, Bosch or Metabo. Even and old one of these is better than a black and decker.
It is possible they gave you the wrong chain for the saw. I would take check the manufacture to see which chain you need then check the numbers on your chain. Other thing it could be is the washer on the clutch may be missing. Either way, it is a new saw, I would take it back.
I have the blades and the 7588 jigsaw. thinking about selling on ebay. search for black & decker jigsaw w/ blades in next couple days if interested in buying saw with 6 blades. thankyou, makthriftsales
It could be that the bearings that support the shaft that holds the blade are worn, allowing the shaft to move slightly and make the blade wobble. As the machine is an older model, I would try replacing the bearings.
go to garage sales and try your luck. ive had the same problem with differant brands and had to replace the whole thing. check manufacturers web site or your owners manual and see if its a replacable part with a part#
What part of the motor has blown? There is the armature and field coil and they won't always need replacing at the same time. There are brushes as-well, but as they are quite cheap I'm guessing you have been quoted on one or both of the motor parts to be replaced. Have you asked the repair guys for a report. They should be able to suggest a reason for what has blown and why by looking at the faulty parts. Although most manufacturers and service agents have discretion over warranty claims, if your machine is more than a few months over htere is almost definately noting you can do on the warranty side of things.