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Dewalt miter saw 12"

My miter saw was working fine untill yesterday just stoped working on it's own. i checked the outlet but everything seem to be in order.
is there a fuse or something i can check

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No fuse, you can checked the brush holder assy by poping the assy out & checked the bronze terminal if broken.if the holder are ok. check for continuity of the field coil main ac coil & brake coil, main are bigger wire the brake are smaller wire.

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