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Dewalt DW705 I can't find anything online about the DW705 table saw. Mine is not working at the moment, even though I just plugged it all in. Does anyone know of a reset button, or what might be the problem? It was working fine until I unplugged it. S. Pruett

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Pop out the brush holder assy and check the brass terminal & see if not broken

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    check toolpartsdirect.com parts & diagram or dewaltservicenet.com

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Use a continuity tester to check each leg of the cord from plug to switch and from switch to the motor.

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Normally DeWalt owners manuals are available from DeWalt ServiceNet (Click here),
But I have been unable to get any hits on that model number when I search the site. and I'm thinking you have probably purchased one of the older cast iron models, a 12 or 14", am I right?
Sometimes I've had luck finding manual for older machines at this link, but in your case I wasn't able to turn anything useful up there either...
In general, those saws had a two piece table, with a strip of 3/4" ply or particle board about 3-4" or so wide in back, and a wider piece in front, both about 3-4' wide. Between the two, on edge, sat a fence, approx.2 1/2" tall. The back table was sized so that the fence would be located in the correct reference to the blade, i.e. in front of the blade when the saw was pushed all the way back against its stop.. Then the thumbscrew clamps on either side of the table would squeeze the fence between the back section and the front section of the table.. The leveling screws beneath are used to level the table with respect to the path of the saw along the arm, so that, e.g., a tooth of the blade just skims along barely touching along its entire path of cut...
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I haven't actually seen this book, but it looks interesting...Mr Sawdust
And finally, if you check back issues of Fine Woodworking online or at your local library, there are bound to be some articles on radial arms saws to help you along...
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I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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