Question about Hitachi Saws
The brake is incorporated into the motor field - highly unlikely to be the problem.
If the motor is turning but the blade is not then I would be looking at the belt or possible stripped gear at the arbor.
If the motor hums or does not turn it most likely is the front armature bearing.
The C10FS is not an easy tool to service - the entire thing has to be torn down to get to the bearing, I would recommend bringing it to a reputable shop in your area.
Posted on Apr 07, 2015
The brake is likely electric, and not engaged when unplugged. Unplug your saw, and see if you can turn the blade. if not, then either of your other ideas is plausible.
Posted on Apr 06, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you are going to have to drill the inside pin out. be sure to center punch and drill a pilot hole. hope this helps
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
rotating the laser in its' housing moves it left and right. The hexagonal bolt on the sides needs to be loosened to do this, then it can also be adjusted up and down. Make sure the trigger to the saw is locked before doing this.
Posted on May 08, 2009
I have went to 3 different sites and cannot find the model number listed on them, I did look at a Ryobi saw and they indicate it is an assembly. but before I did that I would try and removing the gear from the spindle. It is possible that when it spun it put a burr in the parts and you would have to use a little extra effort to remove them I would suggest going to a repair shop and having them press them apart and see what you canfind that way. Sorry I couldn't find more for you
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Relace the switch.
I am presuming the lock button has not been inadvertently pressed ... Check that first.
The condition you deacrive is dangerous. Please fix it before you use it any more.
If you require additional assistance, let me know.
Otherwise, check RepairClonic.com for parts and technnical instruction from their crack crew.
Thanks for the opportunity to lend you a hand
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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