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How to put rotozip rz10 back togetherI

I took my rotozip rz10 apart because it stopped working fixed the problem but having problems putting back together

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SOURCE: On the 4th or 5th use of my rotozip rz5 it quit

go to tool parts direct online.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I have two rotozips and older RZ10 and a one year

have a look at the motor brushes??? could be worn out

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My dad has an old rotozip rev01. we can't remove the blade because the flange nut was overtighten. is there a way to remove the nut?

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Try a light penetrating oil on the threads, and allow time for it to work. Sometimes working the nut in both directions, back and forth, a little at a time fill allow the penetrant to lubricate the threads better, allowing it to be more easily removed.

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How to put a rotozip rz10 back together

Hardest part is getting the trigger mechanism back in the right position while putting the screws in place. Everything has a slot/groove it fits into before both outside covers can be put together. One side will be easier to hold the pieces while the other simply covers them. A spot of glue (elmers) may help to hold trigger in place and the wires.

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Lock bolt on rotozip rfs1000 is jammed. is it right or left thread?

Did you ever solve this problem? Mine just did the same thing right after I put a new blade on for the first time I ever used it

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When i pulg in an turn on my roto zip model rev01 the lights come on but saw does not, took apart an brushes looks good, what else could be wrong?

depending on how old the saw is, the trigger may be shorted out. try and get into the trigger assembly to confirm.

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Saw just stopped

I used my Rotozip once, off and on for about one hour total time. I put it away, very glad that I had bought it. It did a great job by the way. I did not need it again for another year and a half. Recently, I had another "honey do" project to take care of, so when I took it out of it's tool bag, I was certain it would take care of my project in no time. I plugged it in, hit the switch and nothing. So, I plugged it in another outlet... nothing. Shook all the cords to check for a broken wire... nothing. No power... nothing. Talk to me, is there a circuit breaker in there somewhere or do I have to send it back to Rotozip?

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I need rotozip bit change instructions

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While using the rz10 tile cutting wheel the saw has no tourque any kind of resistence the wheel stops

The only tile that they are any decent at cutting would be ceramic, slate, or terracotta. Anything else is way too hard and even cutting the listed tile it's no joy to do. I would suggest using a 4 or 4 1/2" grinder with a diamond blade coupled with a wetsaw. hope this helps and good luck.

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