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Hitachi C9U2 circular saw problems with starting. tries to start but won't go.

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Could be a faulty capacitor. Without the rectified current and the added emf or oomph the motor cannot move or is not sure which direction to move in. so it may sit there buzzing or even set off in the wrong direction.

Posted on May 09, 2014

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1st Unplug the saw, then make sure that the blade will turn by hand. A small piece of wood maybe stuck around the blade or the guard. If everything is free'ed up then plug it back in. Check to make sure that the on/off - safety switch- is engaged all the way and not halfway on or off. Then try to turn the saw on. If you have a bag or collector near the base of the saw, empty it often. This will help keep the debris from jamming the blade.

Posted on May 07, 2014

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