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try pushing the front roller in towards the back
it is most likely a spring loaded arm that when pushed back will activate a trip lock to hold it back
after fitting a new belt release the trip lock
spin the belt by hand and use the knob that you were turning to center the belt on the pulley
if you do not do that , then on starting the belt may run off the pulley

Dewalt Tools &... | Answered 5 hours ago

A problem I've found with Dremel and others there's a polarity issue with them---if you use a lead that is not polarized it drives the electronics & electronic speed control nuts if not burn it out---polarity is that the lead has one wide blade on the plug so it will not go in the receptical but only one way & the same on the receptical end. This doesn't mean that the problem but if it's cooked you should get another one---if the price is heavy---check with dremel for diagram/schematic for parts---they may even have a trouble shooting section----from here can't really get a handle on this cause it's not in my hands to check(VOM)---you also could have bearing problems causing the armature to rub on the fields---some tools change the 120ACV input to dc via bridge rectifier so actually the motor is DC---I could go on for a long time listing issues you could have due to so many variables of these machines---best I can do from here for now

Dremel 4000... | Answered 16 hours ago

Replace the brushes on motor.

Porter Cable... | Answered 2 days ago

You can leave the stapler on the desk. If you pull the lever across the back, the top half will flip over and you can see the instructions and the clear plastice staple cartridge. You just pull it staight out. No screwdriver needed.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered 2 days ago

staple guns are feed from the rear by a spring. check and see that the spring is still douing its job. if this isa air feed,inpact gunn, clean ejector ports and staple slide.

Staples Tools &... | Answered 3 days ago

Do you have another battery to try - if still persists - you have a problem with the saw - if not take it to a repair shop - they should be able to isolate the problem quickly.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Apr 25, 2017

Look for thermal cut out device in one of the lead wires to the motor

Sander Tools &... | Answered on Apr 25, 2017

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