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Black & Decker DN227 550W Circular Saw: Doesn't run properly. Very light arcing at one of the brushes, bad noise. Gets soon hot. Brushes seem OK. Turns freely on bearings. What could be wrong?

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Try cleaning the commutator till its nice and shiny again. if it still arcs a lot you need new brushes

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