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Router Repair Router mfg in 2001, but has about 2 hrs run time; first indication of problem was needing to wait to re-start after router ran for a bit; now router won't start. Local factory repair thought maybe needs new brushes. Odd in view of low use time. I'll take apart myself. What might be the more common causes of the router not starting? This model has an odd feature of waiting to re-start until the bit stops spinning in total. Is this maybe the problem? I have to question any possible loose wiring problems. Thanks, Vic

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Router Repair Router mfg in 2001, but has about 2 hrs run time; first indication of problem was needing to wait to re-start after router ran for a bit; now router won't start. Local factory repair thought maybe needs new brushes. Odd in view of low use time. I'll take apart myself. What might be the more common causes of the router not starting? This model has an odd feature of waiting to re-start until the bit stops spinning in total. Is this maybe the problem? I have to question any possible loose wiring problems. Thanks, Vic


Unp[lugt the unit and remove the brushes then blow out the brush cavity and try it. If no fix, unplug it and remove the switch and bypass it by wiring direct being very careful as the high rpm generates lots of torque. Don't let the unit get away from you during this exercize. Next I would check to make sure the cord is not causiong the proper. The last thing would be to check the field wiring as a last ditch effort.
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For quite some time my Delta Unisaw #34-802 has a problem starting I hear the switch and the blade will sometimes lurch a bit but it does not start. Usually after hitting the switch a couple times on and off it will start. Is this likely the switch or capacitor or what?


Most likely the switch...a capacitor would either work or not..lots of issues with these switches. you can try and blow out the switch but will prob have to be replaced.
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I changed the blade on my 10" Bosch miter saw this morning. First time and it was a bit challenging to release the screw when the blade was freely moving. Maybe there would have been a way to freeze it? Anyway, got it changed and the new blade is on. Plugged it in and now the blade is frozen. I tried starting twice and could hear the motor trying to respond. Then nothing. Is there a freeze/release mechanism somewhere or did I fry the motor?


See my other post. Also there is a locking mechanism to stop the blade rotation when removing it. It should be around the gearcase on the back side of the tool away from the blade.
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Craftsman tablesaw model number 315.218050 First let me say this saw is great and I have only great views of this saw. I was running a practice cut to check depth of cut and saw was working fine. Checked the fit of the cut looked great then went to run the final cuts and the saw just would not start. Maybe a 2 min time from the practice cut to wanting to cut the final cuts. It does feel like the switch is not clicking like it use to. I have checked the breakers, have checked the plugs, reset the surge protector, everything is in working order. I even plugged another unit into the outlet and all was working. Could this be a switch problem and if so how do I know which connectors go on top and bottom of switch, one set is clear blue sleeves on connectors and then clear sleeves. Thank you for your assistance Jesse Williams


Jessie, It sure sounds like the switch has failed. You can replace the original switch with replacement swtich from Sears, or you can just replace it with a light switch from Home Depot. If you go with the light switch, use one with as high a capacity rating (amps) as you can find that will fit. However, if you go with an ordinary light swithch, you will also give up the safety feature or having a "key" for the switch. This is not a good idea if you have kids that might have access to your saw. Regarding the the wire connections, any single-phase switch will have only two terminals (besides the ground). These two terminals are interchangeable - it doesn't matter which of the two wires connect to which of the two terminals. Good luck. Please vote if you found this helpful. Al K
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How to replace carbon brushes for Hitachi C7U2


Brushes can get jammed in the holders if not used for a while. If you can not pull them out then you will have to cut the wire in the middle of the spring, remove the main body from the aluminium casing and push them through. Then replace them with a new set after cleaning the holders so the new ones slide in and out smoothly.
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How to replace carbon brushes for Hitachi C7U2


It sounds like they have become stuck due to non use. All you can do is try to pull them out. If they break, clean out the brush holders before you fit the new ones. Also check the armature is ok first.
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My Powermatic Model 64A table saw is 10 years old and has been lightly used as a hobby. It's powered to run on 230 volts. Beginning two weeks ago, the motor has begun to shut down during use. Sometimes it will re-start and work fine for an entire day and other times it will not re-start at all. Must dust collector runs on the same electrical circuit without problem. The table saw problem occurs with and without the dust collector drawing power. Tim in Knoxville Does this sound like a bad switch, lose electrical connection or a motor problem? Or, could it be something really simple that I'm overlooking?


Does wiggling the cord cause the problem?
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I have Model RF1101 Router mounted in a router table and I'm trying to cut a dovetail groove in a workpiece. I first use a straight bit with 2 flutes to hog out a 1/4" deep groove. For some reason the straight bit is withdrawing from the chuck when I make my pass causing the depth of the groove to end up 1/4 deeper than I started. The length of the cut is 9". I have cleaned the chuck and am sure I have tightened the chuck appropriately. The unit has less than 25 hrs. of use.


I've had this problem with off shore bits, where the machineing on the shaft is slightly under spec. The bit wobbles out of the chuck because it can't be tightened enough. Try a different bit.
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