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Grinding noise,possible clutch

My new makita polisher is kinda noisy,like bearing noise or clutch is this mormal ???

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No, it doesnt sound good. These machines don't have clutches but it could be a problem with the gears or gear lock. You shlould really take it back to where you bought it and get it checked under warranty. If you take it apart yourself at all you will invalidate the warranty.
Has anyone engaged the gear lock whilst the disc was still spinning. I see a fair few machines where this has happened and it causes damage to the lock pin, gear and gearbox housing.

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