Question about Saws
If you saw actually does go into reverse, you have a short in the windings of the motor.
It would be a really good idea to unplug it and plan to scrap it.
You have not said whether it is made in China or not.
If it was made in the USA, you might look at the manufacturer's sticker and try to contact that company over the internet on your computer.
If it was made overseas, likely you cannot get it fixed here.
It is very, very dangerous if it is doing as you say, because it can kick the material you are attempting to cut back at you and injure you severely.
God bless your efforts.
Posted on Dec 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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