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My best guess a worn out or broken drive belt.

Posted on Feb 21, 2014

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Why is the blade on my black and Decker edger spinning backwards and how do I fix this


if its spining backwards the blade is up side down motors dont run backwards they run clock wise your blade should run clockwise to its possible they put your blade on backwards you will hgave to flip it put it back on

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Auger blades are spinning


sound like you might have 2 problems. If auger doesn't engage in heavy snow you probably just have ice accumulation inside the impeller. Dont try to engage until impeller is cleared of snow (shut off and unplug spark plug before cleaning) Second if blades are spinning than you must have hit something in your path and broke the shear bolt (about 2 bucks at hardware shop) remove the old bolt and replace it and it should work again if this is the problem. Good luck.

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Water coming in dishes not getting cleaned enough.possibly not coming out of the sprayer and spin blade


Look inside the spin blade and see if there is food or paper inside of the spin blade exit holes blocking it from spraying and spinning. Also if the spin blade is not aligned with nozzle which sprays water into the blade it will not work. I have had both happen several times. Sometimes dishes or pans pushing against the spray nozzle will also miss align the spray jet so the water does not get into the spin blade. I have also had the spin blade be completely worn and would not spin creating the same problem you've had so I had to replace it. Hope this helps.

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Do i need to replace blades? they spin but no longer grind


yes theres two posible solutions

first unplug any thing when working on it (be smart)

1st check to see if the blades are on right sometimes somepeople take the blades off and put them back on wrong sometimes theres a guild so the blades sit right sometimes not

2nd if that dont fixya up then yes the blades are bad simply replace them. and long as it turns it works

to help from having to replace the blades alot simply clean them and oil them light coat of veg. oil works and store them in a paper towel i hope this info fixya right on up

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Blade comes off wheel on horizontal saw have a wilton 7040 horizontal saw. after cutting about 1/2 thrru a piece of metal the blade sticks and then stars comming off the right wheel and starts cutting into...


if its a new blade, make sure that it is the proper length for the saw, sometimes aftermarket blades look like they are the right size but the difference of a few mm can cause the blade to track. if its an old blade, it could just be dull enough that it is binding on the material you are cutting and this draws the blade off the wheels. even if the blade isnt that old or seems sharp, if you have a brand new blade handy that would be the easiest thing to try.

your manual will have instructions on how to adjust the blade guide bearings. if this is a new saw, it SHOULD be set properly and be working from the factory but they may still need to be adjusted. an older saw obviously may have shifted a bit from normal usage. if you dont have a manual one can be downloaded from the wilton tools website.

before adjusting the guides, though, check to see that the bearings spin freely. if they do not spin smoothly with minimum pressure, they need to be replaced. they also should be replaced if they spin VERY freely because this is also an indication that they are pretty worn and may actually be binding up under pressure.

Dec 02, 2009 | Wilton Saws

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My Swisher Rough Cut 12.5 HP 44 Inch mower - The blades stop cutting when I hit a dense patch of grass. The belt and the pully are still moving at normal speed but the blade slows. Also I can spin the...


I dont believe there is a shear pin on your blade spindles, what I have found on these machines is the the spindle nuts on the balde spindles sometimes loosen or wear and no longer squeeze the pulley on the blade spindle. To make this process easy on your self you need to tighten these with a impact wrench. However if you dont have access to a impact wrench you can use hand tools and block the blades you are trying to tighten with a wooden block. Just make sure you block the blade you are trying to tighten

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Have a 12 inch tradesman miter saw and can not change the blade


the nut maybe a left handed thread. the norm is righty tight. lefty loosy, try the oposite.

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Blades do not spin fast enough to cut grass


If you got the right oem belt,ta\han you can look at the end where the cable attachs to spring and you should see a double nut adjustment loosen nuts and adjust to put more tension on the belt when you put lever into gear for blades to turn then retighten them .

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