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I have draper 600w orbital-jigsaw .stock No64430,part No pt680v voltage230/240-50hz. wood--80mm ,mild steel--8m speed load 500-2900spm serial/ No 01070196. the motor is running but blade will not move. it does not need oil or greesed.

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