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I hear the motor turning but the blade does not turn

The motor is working but it seems that the jackshaft assembly (http://images.toolpartsdirect.com/schematics/delta/ts200ls.big.pdf part 326) is broken. I took apart the motor and unscrewed the jackshaft assembly. The part that gets turned by the motor does not turn the part of the shaft that the blade gets mounted on. does it mean that this part is broken or is there a different problem? I can upload pictures if needed.

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  • ell_sam May 10, 2009

    there is a snap ring but it is very tight. do I need a special tool to remove it?

  • ell_sam May 11, 2009

    is there a standard woodruff key or are there different sizes? I ordered a snap ring pliers and was wondering if I would be able to replace the woodruff key. There is no part number for it on the exploded parts list for my saw. The saw originally cost under $100 new so I dont want to spend $35-40 on a part. thanks.

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The jackshaft assembly is broken. The blade mounts to it, and it mounts to the motor shaft. Is there an internal snap ring, you can remove from the jackshaft assembly, to disassemble it? I believe there is a woodruff key inside. It may be that the hub of the jackshaft assemblies keyway, is broken, or perhaps the key itself.

A woodruff key is halfmoon shaped.
http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/1/1f/Woodruff2.png&imgrefurl=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodruff_key&h=326&w=300&sz=86&tbnid=zLKZ-U_RG0gA0M::&tbnh=118&tbnw=109&prev=/images%3Fq%3DWoodruff%2Bkey&hl=en&usg=__VhyoedtqViZ6lNCTLRzkx3LapfY=&ei=fF0GSoewD5GsMubPpKMD&sa=X&oi=image_result&resnum=4&ct=image
(You can click right on the images, to enlargen them)


Posted on May 10, 2009

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    joecoolvette May 10, 2009

    There are different styles of snap rings. External and internal, and different shapes. The type you're addressing will be an internal snap ring. Some have a circular shape on each end with a hole. (Hole in each end)
    1.Example:http://www.spikewheel.com/images/spikewh...
    For this type you use snap ring pliers. The pliers has a peg on each jaw, that fits into each hole. When you squeeze the pliers handle's together, it compresses the snap ring, where it can be removed from the groove it's in.
    Example:http://www.amazon.com/Grizzly-G8069-Circ...

    Some, are just a ring shaped piece of metal, that has a tapered end, and this tapered end overlaps.
    Example:http://www.directindustry.com/prod/small... (If this page doesn't come up directly on my example, go down to -> Spiral Retaing Ring - Spirolox, and click on it)

    This type is a little harder to remove, takes some finesse, and one has to watch one's fingers, when removing it. You have to get one end started away from the groove, while simultaneously easing the snap ring up, and out.
    I use a scratch awl to ease behind the edge of one end. Ease it out a little bit, then try to force a small thin flat tip screwdriver, behind this edge. Then you keep working the edge up and out of the groove, while sliding the thin flat tip screwdriver, behind the snap ring.

    Sometimes it's no fun, and using a sharp pointed scratch awl, plus a thin flat tipped screwdriver, you can slip. Hence the statement to watch your fingers. Also sometimes the snap ring likes to slide around, moving away from you. Just gives you a warm fuzzy feeling all over.


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