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Could be the drive motor is going out, or overheating. Or the spool is too tight. If you can get to the motor wiring check the AC with a clamp-on meter to see how much it's pulling. If you're lucky the label on the motor will tell you what the normal draw is.. that small a motor it should be pretty low. If you hold down the trigger even after the wire stops, does the motor start to get hot? Can you turn the spool (lightly) by hand to see if that's hung up and hanging the motor?
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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