Question about Milwaukee 0730-22 V28 6-1/2" Circular Saw Kit
Hi - I have a Milwaukee model 6390 7 1/4" circular saw. It just stopped working. It is getting power to and through the switch. There is 110 volts at the brush holder. However, it is dead!Please help
I dont know how old the tool is but when I worked on them it was notorious for exploding the commutator and damaging the brush holders, hopefully yours didn't do that. You have voltage at both brush holder then I would remove the brushes (UNPLUG TOOL FIRST) making sure they are not sticking in the tubes and while they are out rotate the tool by hand and look for any noticable difference in the commutator bars. Check all the connections from the field to make sure the circuit is complete like it sounds that you have done and if so that just leaves the two items I mentioned. Let me know if I can help further.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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