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Shuts off worked well for a while, but after using it for awhile motor will run fine until you put saw against wood, and then it shuts itself off. You can restart it, but again once you put it against the wood to cut, it shuts back off.

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    The saw will run until you put it against the wood to cut, then it stops.

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