Question about Saws
Replaced commutator brushes, checked continuity. Switch works but speed controller may be faulty. I can't buy new parts until I know the specifications of the existing ones.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should be ablt to find it at anylowes or home depot.If for some reason thet do not have one I would call the local industrial distributor like grainger or msc
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Yes, You must first check if there is a blown fuse or tripped breaker. I know on must deep fat fryer there are many safety switches to prevent grease fires. If one of these switches have failed your deep fat fryer will not heat. If you don't have power and your breaker will not reset there is a good change your fryer has a shunt trip safety. If you still have the manual it will help greatly. If not you can go on line and find the manual with a troubleshooting guide. Good luck
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
I actually found the "Installation Manual" to accomplish this. Switch the button on the top front of the phone to "Program". Then the screen will show a "PITS-PGM NO?" display. Type in "*" then "#" and it will ask you for the "PASSWORD". Type in your 4 digit password, the default one is "1 2 3 4". When you enter it in correctly, it will display "SYS-PGM NO?". This is where you can enter in the "number" associated with the task you are trying to perform. For speed dials, it was 001. For date and time it was 000. Using certain buttons on the phone you then navigate accordingly. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Did you check continuity to the field/brush holders. They have a garter spring that sometimes became overheated and broke. It seems like you have done everything else. Let me know
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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