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Model : Black and Decker 7308 Type 7, 7 1/4 in circular saw when I press the switch, the blade sometimes work normal, sometimes doesn't move, sometimes move for few seconds, then stop

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Go online and replace switch.
First tho check cord for problem

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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