Question about Bosch 1590EVSK 6.4 Amp Top Handle Jigsaw
There are a couple problems that could cause this. First is the trigger switch which could be worn out or have a short. The second and more common one is that the motor brushes are worn out. After a long period of use these little blocks that look like black steel blocks on springs are what rub on the rotor and they wear out. These are not steel but special high carbon blocks that are easily replaced and cost effective. Remove the housing and near the rear of the motor assembly you will find the brushes in two square holes on either side of the motor. Remove them (be sure it is unplugged) and replace them with new ones. They can be ordered directly from Bosch or from a host of suppliers on the internet.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
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