Question about Makita K06 Switch 5007fk 5007nb 5007s Circular Saws
Well you did not really say what is wrong?
Are you trying to stop the overheating, or did it get so bogged down from blade heat warpage, that the internal circuit breaker tripped?
If so, then look at the end of the motor, near the cooling vents, and press the little black circuit breaker reset. (not all have them)
Also check that the outlet still works, by plugging something else into it, because you may have tripped the circuit breaker for the outlet, or GFP.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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