Question about Saws
Not familiar with this model but if it is belt driven, replace the belt. If it is not belt drive then there is a voltage regulation problem. Check for fault capacitors first and work on from there. If you can find a manual online this will assist in the fault finding as voltage reference points will be indicated on the schematic. Good luck. Cheers
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