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I have milwaukee 6535 sawzaw that has no power it won't cut fast, touching the material stops the saw. what could be the problem?

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  • l_lester6 Mar 01, 2009

    yes they seem fine that is why I'm confused...

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    Jim London May 11, 2010

    Hi, Have you checked the brushes?

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Hi, Well to be honest, I don't know either, not a typical failure mode. This model is equipped with several electronic features that could be at fault, which would require tearing it apart to troubleshoot. These saws do have a 5 year warranty and I think I would use it if possible. If you are unsure of the warranty period call in the serial number. 1800sawdust.

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

  • Jim London
    Jim London Mar 01, 2009

    Oh by the way, If I did make a guess, I would say that the gear protection circuit was at fault. Anything else would probably not let the saw run at all. Good Luck, sorry I couldn't Fixya!

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