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My almost new ryobi ert1500 router stopped working.

My ryobi ert1500 router stopped working. no burning smell. brushes are ok, switch bypassed and still won't work. can you help?

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I took the switch apart, it was full of dust. Cleaned it and put it back together. Usually I would not call the router sound sweet but this time it was.

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Changed the switch

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