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Dw331k jigsaw is stuck on slow ..the switch on side moves to all setting and the speed ajust turns around as well but nothing happening

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SOURCE: Stuck in slow (turle) setting.

Hi. This fault could have a few different causes.
Does your hand control have a dial for the turtle to rabbit speed control, or does it have an up button and a down button?. I have had a few dial ( potentiometer ) pots play up, and cause similar problems.
The fault could also be faulty Battery or Motor connector. These terminals develope a bad connection and can get that bad that the plastic housing starts to melt with heat. Also check battery terminals are tight.
Do the batteries last? I have had a few machines with a burnt out motor.These often still drive but only slowly, and the batteries fade quickly.
Good luck. Neil.

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If it is under warranty, take it back. If not then it is a simple matter of replacing the switch. Take off the cover and pull out the switch. Mark each wire as you take it off. Take the switch with you to the store. First try a hardware store, then an auto parts store. If they don't have it try Sears. They will probably be able order it. Make sure you have the model number of your grinder. It is on a data plate somewhere on the grinder. If Sears can't get it, try a wholesale electrical parts house.

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