Question about Saws
If it is new and under warranty still, I would take it back to the store before investing time and effort on it. If you take it apart to investigate whether you have a loose wire connection, whether you are getting power to the motor when squeezing trigger, you will probably void the warranty. However, if you want to go ahead, my recommendation would be to take it apart and check for loose wiring connections first, then use multi tester (volt-ohm) meter to check to see if power is getting from switch to motor.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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