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Cj 110 mv jigsaw when trying to cut blade stops and makes a noise like the clutch slipping

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I looked at a breakdown and there is no clutch for this tool. I suggest if it a newer tool taking it back for warranty repair and if not going to Hitachipowertools.com and typing in your model number and looking at the breakdown before attempting any repairs of your own. Let me know if I can help

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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