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Ridgid 18v x3 saws


The battery may have a short in it. Take it back to Home Depot for a new one. Rigid has a lifetime warranty on their cordless products.

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18 v. ridigid cordless works tools for a feww sec. then stops batt is charged same in all tools


bad battery. cells won't hold a charge. that's what it sounds like to me. batterypackrebuilders.com for a rebuild or buy a new one from home depot.

Jun 23, 2014 | Ridgid 18v Drill R86007 Rigid

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Where is the blade brake on the miter saw


The brake on electric motor driven tools is the field & armature. When running the switch provides power to both sides/poles of the field through the brushes and armature. When you release the switch half of the field is powered pulling the armature to a stop. If your bladed continues to spin when the switch is released, you need to replace the switch. The Ridgid part number for the proper switch is 503317000.

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Charged the battery and shortly after it keeps shutting its self off?


It's a lithium battery.I can tell .Have same problem sometimes. Either need to clean the contacts on the battery and drill (use Paslode tool cleaner,aereole spray) or get a new battery. Most of my battery powered tools are Ridgid, I like them and they usually hold up , but like any other brand they can be unreliable. I buy an average of 5 new batteries a year. Some last about 6 weeks , others 3 years.

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Rigid pipe wrench-how do you replace coil and flat spring??


Take out the sliding jaw. Use a hammer in conjunction with a punch or screwdriver that will catch the front edge of the flat spring. Alternate between the top and bottom of the flat spring. You'll get to a certain point where the coil will pop out. Go slow as to not lose this spring. You can toss it after using it to match up to the replacement parts. Check the flat spring against the new one to make sure they're somewhat the same size. The next part is tricky, almost like shimming or keying a lock. I use a piece of banding material (1/2" wide and long enough to extend through the channel with the coil underneath) to shim between the flat spring and coil spring. Gently knock the flat spring in and remove the banding material from between the coil spring. You're done. Reassemble the sliding jaw with knurled nut.

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I have two different cordless 21.6 volt drills that have died within a week of one another. The first went from doing fine with a hole-saw blade to completely dead, and the second, i think the bearings...


Take back and get rigid tools from home depot,gauranteed for life,if you have money buy hilti tools,offerd by home depot,been using hilti tools forever,there the best but spendieee

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I just got a set of power tools and the bateries just blink red when i put them on the charger? does this meen they are toast?


if u got a soilder gun u can pull battires apart and there is a burned spot patch it back and they will work i fix all of mine but if one of the tool has a short it will just burn them again

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