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The saw has stopped I know the circut it is plugged into is live is there a reset button or built in breaker located on the saw? Dw744 10 inch table saw

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It may be a worn brush in the motor, Binding of the blade while using the saw, may cause brush wear and failure, within a few minutes the motor fails to run.Remove the covering over the back end of the motor, The brushes will be right there and easily removed , just look.

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I have a similar issues with mine, the brushes were gone so I replaced them. worked like a charm for the first 10 cuts then the brushes went again. what would cause the brushes to go that fast? is this an indication that something else is wrong?
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NO reset or circuit. You can try and unplug tool and blowing into all the exposed areas of the bottom of the saw. WEAR safety goggles. Then what I would do is check the brushes and if you have a volt ohms meter check the continuity to the brush tubes. Start at the cord looking for a break in wiring and go from there. Let me know if you need more help, but I am going to thing brushes or switch

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  • Is there power from the outlet? Can you plug something else in and it works? If no, check breaker or fuse box.
  • Do you have a reset button on the front of your saw? If so, hit it and try turning the saw on.
  • There's typically a troubleshooting guide in the back of your manual as well. If you can't find your manual, try checking Sear's web site for manuals using your model number.
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