Question about Saws
This can have several causes, possibly one or both of the bearings have worn out. They may just have to be replaced. Without knowing the model,and make there are a few other possibilities.
The housing holding the bearing in place could have worn away, causing the spindle to move back and forth.
There is one other option less likely though, the outer bearing may be held in by a snap ring. If that has gone missing for some reason the spindle could have your symptoms.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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