Question about Ryobi Table Saw Manual
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There should be a removable plate next to the blade in the table top. two wrenches of the correct size, one for balde nut and one for the shaft,Hold the shaft and turn the nut to remove. reverse procedure to put back on.Chibasset
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
SOURCE: ryobi table saw ...while being
I had the same problem with my ryobi tablesaw.Because I didn't use the stand that came with the unit and was doing some heavy cutting-it didn't ventilate properly which caused it to overheat.My switch terminals didn't melt but the motor brushes housing melted.I could not repair it because what holds the brushes in place where melted away.You might be a little luckier and only have to replace the switch.It's very easy to do. Get another switch and follow the exact terminal wiring.The problem is that too much current is needed to cut your wood-whether the blade is dull,the wood is damp or too thick and possibly too much pressure is applied to the work piece and/or the motor has too much saw dust in it-blow it out with air pressure.Always let the saw do the work,otherwise too much current is going through that wire which powers it and heat is built up that the switch can't handle.
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
SOURCE: My table top Ryobi saw
Yes, you can reste the saw using the rest button.
But it may kick the breaker out again.
You may need to do some maintenance on the motor,ie...cleaning, oiling, replaceing the bearings,etc. to get rid of the extra load it is pulling'
If you have one...use a clip on amp meter to check the amps the saw is pulling and then compare it to the tag on the motor...if it is higher then you need to do your maintenance...if not then maybe you need to replace your breaker as it may be weak...or too low to run your saw and causing it to heat up.
Be sure to check all electrical connection in and on the saw ...also make sure you are getting full voltage to the saw.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2011
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