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Bad vibration and noise from saw

The saw makes a grinding sound and has a bad vibration. I have cleaned the saw thoroughly and checked the brushes. I have replaced the blade and still get the problem. It sounds like something is grinding inside the motor.

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Are you sure blade is straight, and mounted on arbor correctly? that's the first thing to check. Or remove blade and 2 arbor plate's and run saw. If you have a vibration after that you have a bearing problem.( rear bearings go bad on these saw's) other they are the best saw for the price. We have about 50 of the 4000 model. hope that help's Never had a vib problem.

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