Installed new water pump, saw is set up and it is all plugged in, when I flip the switch to start it, all I get is a big buzz sound. Nothing moves on the saw. I have unplugged, replugged, verified water pump is connected correctly. I have it plugged into regular outlet (110 v). The outlet is functional. The saw plug is a different kind of plug, not sure. Can anyone help? Thank you.
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Re: MK101 won't start
Can you move the blade with your hand or does the blade not move at all or is the sound buzzing even with the blade spinning cuz mostly this sounds like the blade is stuck and should be able to free it by moving it by hand unplugged all the debris from the tile dust can lock up the blades sometimes if it is not cleaned properly
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it could either be a bad door switch or something stuck in the pump or a bad pump.if you set it to drain/spin will it drain out the water or does it buzz there?if it does drain i'd have to say you have a bad door switch.the model number you sent doesn't come up,you can unplug the machine,remove the hose that goes to the pump or run it before you unplug it and see if it's the pump making the sound or if the center of the pump can be removed to clean out the pump and check the pump for coins and junk,use a shop vac and vac out all the water in the tub and then lossen the hose or center of pump until water starts to leak out and vac it up as it comes out,check the pump and put it back together,add some water with a bucket or something and see if it drains out,if it doesn't drain and it sounds like the pump is making the noise you have a bad pump,if it buzzes and it's not the pump change out the door switch.the buzzing is electrical,things that could make this sound are the motor,the solenoids on the water valve or the door switch,if you can do some checks like see if it drains or try to find where the noise is coming from would be helpful.good luck and i hope this helps you out.
I am thinking that you have a problem with the capacitator (if it has one) or the starter windings/switch in the motor itself. If the switch buzzes you are getting electricity to the motor but it isn't rotating and that is where I would start to look. Before this happened did the saw make any unusual sounds or have any problems??? Also unplug tool and look for any obstructions that might have stopped the blade.
no. the noise you're not hearing is the fuel pump. When u turn ur key on you should hear a buzzing like sound from the rear of the vehicle. If not, and ur car don' start, probably fuel pump. Just to verify the faulty fuel pump, have an assistant open the fuel tank cover and remove the gas cap itself. With you inside turn just the key on, and have your assistant listen for the "buzzing" or "hummin" sound. if nothing there, then faulty fuel pump. If noise is present, then perhaps you have a different problem like nothing is reaching the engine, fuel wise. Like a plugged fuel filter. when replacing the fuel pump, ALWAYS do the new strainer as installing the old one could cause a whole new set of problems and eventually wipe out the new one as well *RULE OF THUMB, WITH NEW FUEL PUMP, REPLACE FUEL FITLER.* this will be easier on the pump output to the engine. good luck.!
It sounds like the start circuit is shot on the motor of the radial saw. It is trying to start, (the buzzing sound), but the start is not is burnt out, and therefore the run winding is drawing excessive amperage trying to start the motor (a job it is not designed to do) and eventually builds a amp draw in excess of the circuit. You will have to determine which is cheaper a new motor, or a new saw.
take the front bottom panel off. inside there is a drain pump. you need to remove filter from drain pump its look like a knob. be careful because their is water inside your drain pump so use some big thing for water. clean your filter. put filter back tight. i hope will solve your problem.
sounds like the breakers working to good,i would by pass the reset switch,most likely that switch is bad anyways,we always plug our saws into a outlet box that has a breaker in it ,you know those reset switches are stupid, by pass the reset switch like it wasnt even there,and if that works i would replace the whole cord with a new 1,and buy a 5 dollar junction box that has a breaker in it,i dont know if there is a seperate plug on that saw where u plug the water pump into, if there is i would check that plug first before you bypass the switch.good luck chad
The Capacitor is only for starting the main motor and not the water pump. Like you said, if you connect the water pump to 110V it will run so there is a problem with how it is wired to the on/off switch. there should be a white wire (neutral) permanently connected to the pump and the on/off switch should supply power on the black wire when turned on.
The pump may only have lost its prime. To prime the pump:
Fill an ear syringe (available at most pharmacies) with water. Insert the business end of the syringe securely in the tube that normally takes up water from the reservoir. As you squeeze the syringe bulb, flip the brew switch on. If you see movement of water in the tube, and hear a change in the sound the pump is making, flip the brew switch off, remove the syringe, and put the tube back in the filled reservoir. Now flip the brew switch on, and see if the pump can draw water on its own. Repeat several times if necessary. If the pump still won't pull water, then it must be replaced.