Question about Table Saws
The motor does not even hum. The motor was not hot. I was only using it for about 1 minute before it quit. The blade does turn by hand with only slight resistance.
The schematic for this saw which you can see here:
shows a circuit breaker associated with the motor. I do not know exactly where it is, you must find it and re-set it, problem solved.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
Try taking out your brushes and clean them, also clean the brush holders. (make sure the brushes slide all the way in and out freely and that they are not worn down past the ware mark) Also make sure you put the brushes back in the same way or the electric break may not work properly because of the ware pattern it makes.
While you have the brushes out look into the brush holders and look at the armature. The copper blocks are called the commutator if it does not look smooth you might want to take it somewhere and have it tested.
Also make sure your are getting power through your switch to the motor.
More than likely it is your brushes or brush holders.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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