Question about Dewalt DW364 7 - 1/4'' Heavy Duty circular saw with Electric brake and rear pivot depth of cut adjustment

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The motor is running slower and the engine begins to smoke as if it is burning up. A suggestion was to replace the brushes.

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It sounds like some oil has gotten onto the armature of the motor where the brushes are. That will cause the symptoms of what is happening.
Get some Electric Motor and Brake Parts Cleaner at an auto supply house. Note: It is not flammable.
If you cannot find it. Get the Regular Brake parts cleaner.
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.
1 Allow the saw to cool to room temperature.

2 MAKE SURE IT IS UNPLUGGED

3 Spray the cleaner it into the vent holes
4 Carefully remove the brush caps (Small Black things that look like buttons) There are two of them.
5 Spray inside where the brushes are.
6 Let it dry out for a day.
7 Re-assemble
8 Plug it in and see how it works.

If it is still running roughly after you do the above steps. Get it serviced. There is damage to the armature and brushes.

Hope this helps.
Best, Mark

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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