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Oscillating function does not work

The unit is 5 years old, has a few projects of use but kept clean. One day I turned the unit on, the spindle spun but did not oscillate. Investigation with the power off, revealed no clear root cause but if I push down on the spindle and turn the unit back on, the oscillation will begin only momentarily. Lubrication? Springs? Don't know, but might be a simple fix. Does anyone have experience that you'd be willing to offer help?

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Check the damper diode and the protection resistor in the High Voltage circuit. Good Luck.

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