Thats exactly it i took the screww and washer of the bracket to easy clean the inside of it... now i cant seem to be able to get the bracket back tight enough i am in the dark i dunno nothing about saws.. please help
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Can't remember how much access there is at the back on that model, on some you have to take the main hinge pin out to get to it and move the top arm assembly out of the way. Not always the easiest of jobs.
Go to www.2helpu.com that is the dewalt site. You might have to change the link arm that moves the guard up. They get bent over time. Check other parts on the raise and lower assy for wear at the same time.
loosen the guard screw, UNPLUG tool first, move the guard out of the way, there is a spindle lockon the backside of the gearcase push it and slowly turn the blade until it engages and then remove the bolt, it is a left hand thread. DO NOT disassemble the guard, just loosen bolt and move out away from blade also you need to have the head in the raised position.
Could be worn brushes, dirty commutator or a combination of both. Unplug the tool and remove one brush at a time noting the condition and length. Use a flashlight look into brush tube and also not condition of commutator. I would blow is out with compressed air and you can try turning the brushes 180 deg and retry. That is usually the problem
Yes spark in motor compartment is normal. You only need to worry if you see a lot of sparks flying out of the motor compartment! Most power tools will spark inside the motor compartment (particularly if carbon brushes are used).
Bevel and miter could be off... Consult your manual for how to adjust these correctly, but usually the bevel has a 0-degree setting screw or adjustment, and the miter adjustment on the saw is usually done by altering the fence position... Again check your manual for specifics on your saw.