this model have any thermal (or other) safety cutouts in it? Internal fuses? Any other electrical safety switches? If not, could you suggest how to debug the problem?
Thanks in advance for the help.
It’s almost certainly the trigger switch. They are no longer available. I’ve got the same saw, and it’s a darn shame, but it’s headed for the trash.
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When you go to operate the saw, and the saw does not operate, you might want to check out a few things: 1) Make sure the battery is fully charged. 2) Be sure that the battery is put into the saw correctly, and secured. 3) There might be debris on the battery, or inside the saw, where the battery connects.
If you`ve tried everything and your circular saw still won`t cut wood, the issue is most likely due to a damaged engine brass screw. Your circular saw`s motor is held together by a brass screw, and if it`s missing or broken, your circular saw may stop working in the middle of a job.
A circular saw usually has a direct drive. I.e. the motor spindle is also the center shaft for the blade. So if your motor is spinning, but not the blade, it means the blade has lost contact to the shaft. Check if the blade is properly centered and aligned with all locating pins (if your saw has some).
A Dull or Dirty Saw Blade Might Be the Culprit
A dull blade will make it hard to cut quickly, and the slower the feed rate of the saw, the more friction against the wood and the greater the likelihood of scorch marks. Pushing the stock through the saw too slowly is a common cause of saw blade burn.
There are several reasons your miter saw may not be cutting straight. The blade is warped, damaged, or not installed correctly. The bevel gauge on the miter saw is misaligned. The miter gauge is misaligned.
Over time, the spark arrestor can become clogged with soot. If the spark arrestor is clogged, the chainsaw may run stall or run rough. To unclog the spark arrestor, remove it and clean it with a wire brush. You can also replace the spark arrestor.
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The table saw motor overload shuts off electrical power to the motor to protect the motor if it overloads or overheats. After the motor cools down, pressing the reset switch on the motor overload restores power to the motor circuit. Replace the motor overload if it won`t reset or false trips.
If your logs won`t catch fire, it may be that you have started too big. Light some kindling wood or paper first, and wait for it to catch fire to some small logs or pieces of coal. Only when these have fully caught fire, and are nice and hot, should you start throwing some larger logs on.
If pieces of wood within the fire are too far from each other, they`ll burn out. If pieces of wood are too close to each other, they`ll suffocate the fire. Finally, if your fire has darkened enough, only another log might do the trick. Of course, having great firewood in the first place works best.
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