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Ryobi Scroll Saw runs at maximum speed

I have a Ryobi Scroll Saw that has been used very littlie. It is a few years old but has only been used 2 or 3 times. When I turn it on the saw runs at maximum speed for about a second and then stops no mater where the speed control knob is set. Does anyone have any trouble shooing data for the electronic speed control ?

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Unfortunatly the speed controls cannot be repaired, they can only be replaced. You will have to find a Ryobi dealer in your area and get a new speed controler.

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