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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you are going to have to drill the inside pin out. be sure to center punch and drill a pilot hole. hope this helps
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
I have went to 3 different sites and cannot find the model number listed on them, I did look at a Ryobi saw and they indicate it is an assembly. but before I did that I would try and removing the gear from the spindle. It is possible that when it spun it put a burr in the parts and you would have to use a little extra effort to remove them I would suggest going to a repair shop and having them press them apart and see what you canfind that way. Sorry I couldn't find more for you
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Relace the switch.
I am presuming the lock button has not been inadvertently pressed ... Check that first.
The condition you deacrive is dangerous. Please fix it before you use it any more.
If you require additional assistance, let me know.
Otherwise, check RepairClonic.com for parts and technnical instruction from their crack crew.
Thanks for the opportunity to lend you a hand
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
If you cannot get the carbon pieces and/or spring out of the brush holder your only option is to take the saw apart and remove the armature. From there you can either push the carbon piece(s) through or out from the other side. It will also give you a better assessment of any damage caused to the brush holder and armature contacts.
Posted on Feb 27, 2012
Testimonial: "Thanks, I have taken the saw apart and pushed through the broken carbon brush. Thanks for the advice"
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I would plug it into another outlet first. The small arcing that you see might be normal especially on stopping because of the brake. If another outlet doesn't work then I would take it back. Upon startup this saw will draw more than the rated running amps.
Posted on Mar 01, 2012
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