I just bought the saw and it has no switch or overload button. I can buy the parts butI need to know how to re-wire it. Can you supply me with a diagram shownig the connections at the motor and overload switch.
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Hi, Checkout ereplacementparts.com and see if they have the parts for your saw...they even have exploded views of the saws that they have parts for... it may not be hard for you to do the job yourself!!
After doing some research, I found that hitachi only recommends up to a 1/2 dado for this machine with most of the users agreeing that it probably does not have the stability or power to run a 3/4 inch safely. Meaning you probably can run the 3/4 but at you own risk.
I found Hitachi customer service to be quite helpful in replacing my safety switch for my C10RA2 table saw. My C10RA2 has a fixed metal stand, not the folding stand, and the part number for the red safety switch or key is 531-992R, while the switch itself is part number 314-459. If you have the folding stand the part number for the switch is 321-620 and the safety key is 321-621. Hitachi customer service in US: 1-800-706-7337. I am going to buy two or three! Almost lost a table saw over a cheap plastic part.
You can download the owners manual for all Hitachi products by going to http://www.hitachipowertools.com and selecting your product. Below is the link for the online pdf format owners manual for the saw in question.
Went to their site and they don't offer just the bearings for the motor but sell as an assembly. If this tool is fairly new I would return if not what you can do is remove the motor and pull the armature with the bearings out and then go to a repair center and match them up. These bearings are numbered with a universal code so it should not be that hard. Let me know if you still need help and if I have answered your question would you please rate my response accordingly.