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Squeeeeekkkkks on start. Should I consider lubricating with a graphite spray and if so what's the preferred method?

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If it were my saw I would use some WD40 on the motor armature for both ends of it. A light spray and then turn by hand a dozen or so times to work it into the bearings. Should be no problem to turn it on after that. You can always add more, but it is difficult to take any away if you have added too much. Have some paper towels around in the event the WD40 starts flying around a bit.

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