Question about Dewalt Heavy - Duty 10" Wet Tile Saw - D24000
Tile saw began having trouble starting. I would have to "jiggle" the blade and then it would start. It seemed like it was losing power though and the rpms would go up and down. It really bogged down making a cut and then the power just slowly died out (kind of like a car running out of gas). Now dead.
Your motor brushed sound like they're gone bad. Some electric motors have two small plugs on the side which house the brushes. See if yours has this and get new parts. The other possibility is that the bearings are corroded and has built up enough resistance to stop everything.
Might not be able to replace those, however.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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