Question about Dewalt DW746X 10" woodworker's table saw with rai
Unp[lugt the unit and remove the brushes then blow out the brush cavity and try it. If no fix, unplug it and remove the switch and bypass it by wiring direct being very careful as the high rpm generates lots of torque. Don't let the unit get away from you during this exercize. Next I would check to make sure the cord is not causiong the proper. The last thing would be to check the field wiring as a last ditch effort.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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