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Spring return stiff on dewalt 12" sliding mitre saw

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SOURCE: hi, my dewalt 12 inch double bevel, is making a

This sounds like a problem with the electric brake on the motor.

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Did you sense an odd smell? Try removing the brushes, there should be two, it could be one is worn too short or the connecting wire is broken.

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SOURCE: Can't change mitre angle

you need to remove the guide fence with the screws on the back. then you remove the throat plate and there is the bolt is that keeps it all together.

Just took one apart last week, not really difficult

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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