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Re: Comfort features Problem
* An adjustable or rotating blade or handle allows a more natural grip at various angles
* A well-balanced design enhances control and tends to make the saw feel lighter
* A cushioned grip improves comfort and control, even through long, sweaty jobs
* Antivibration features deliver smoother action to reduce fatigue and enhance accuracy
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There is no kit. There is a way to do it. The only catch is that it will probably wind up costing you about $50 to do so. You would have to replace the reciprocating shaft with item 29 #619938-00($22)along with these additional parts: Steel ball 387425-00 ($.82), Slider 603329-10 ($2.14), Spring 616398-00 ($77), Shoe 389556-00 ($11.61), Lever Assy 620351-00 ($3.35), and Screw 99279-08 ($.82). It's gonna cost you more than half the cost of a new one to do this. It would be advisable if your saw is in anything but excellent condition to purchase a new one with this feature.
check the cord for the pins pulling out and then I would test thru to the brush holders. Also if you are comfortable removing the handle half check for a loose connection to the switch and the flag terminals at the brush tubes. Let me know if you need more help.
It sounds like the cord has a broken wire in it or there is a loose wire at the switch. Unplug tool and if you are comfortable in removing the handle halves look at the switch wiring and I pull gently on the wires from the cord to see if a can pull one out. Let me know if you still need assistance and I will go into more detail.
Hi, Well to be honest, I don't know either, not a typical failure mode. This model is equipped with several electronic features that could be at fault, which would require tearing it apart to troubleshoot. These saws do have a 5 year warranty and I think I would use it if possible. If you are unsure of the warranty period call in the serial number. 1800sawdust.
OK there are quite a few things to look for. It seems that you are comfortable with some disassembly so lets go further. I dont know what model you have but it still might have a broken wire or the pins pulled out of the plug end. Look at that first. If you have power thru the switch I would next check the field and while there look at the "flag" terminals that go to the brush tubes, they had a habit of coming loose and stopping the tool. If this is the case you can remove the brushes and after pushing them back solder them to the brass tubes. Lastly roll the armature by hand and look for any serious discoloration or differences on the commutator. Let me know if I can help more.