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Power Tool Care and Maintenance This article suggests guidelines for power tool care and maintenance. I think the spring is bad. Although im not sure how to put them together. My saw seemed to “freeze up” and I could detect no sound of the motor when the switch was mamual, and, of course, the saw blade wasn’t moving. I tried to move the blade by hand and it wouldn’t budge.
I tested the switch by putting a jumper cable across the battery inputs and found continuity across the brush leads when I pulled the switch. I did also find variable resistivity so it looks like the variable speed potentiometer if that’s what is inside the switch module is working.
After reassembling the saw, I got no response from the motor when I pulled the switch. The only thing I can figure out is a bad armature.
Is there a good way to test it? Check for a burnt smell on the armature.
Usually when it quits working it burns up and this will be detected by smell. Look at the bottom of them where they contact sewalt armature to check if they are bad. Hi johnDC, Here’s a good way to troubleshoot that model saw.
First remove both leads off the link removed a continuity meter check for continuity across the leads. If you have continuity across your leads then most likely you have a switch problem. If you don’t have continuity across your leads follow each lead back to the brushes and across your armature until you find the open circuit. Though armatures do go bad on DC tools its rather rare occurrence. That model saw had problems with the brush connectors burning and melting causing that problem.
It also had some problems with the brush spring mounts breaking taking the need pressure off the brush but you wouldn’t notice it unless you look closely. Dewalt DW Shaft Replacement molson My buddy dropped off his dw type 2 reciprocating saw because the quick release had fallen off and he lost the pieces.
I ordered the pieces from you but I couldn’t figure out how they went together not having seen it together until I noticed that he had broken off one of the arms dwealt the shaft. I took the transmission off but can’t figure out how to get the shaft off of the reciprocator How do you hold it without breaking something? Mabual lastly do you have a picture of the blade holding assembly together? I might be able to figure it out once I get the shaft.
Thanks in advance for your help. Yes, you have to take the nut off the shaft that sits under the black cup in the front. I think it comes off clockwise. I use an impact driver to brake it loose. As for the blade clamp Manuaal see if I can post a pick.
Thanks for the help, Dale. The nut does come off clockwise and the impact wrench was a good tip, taking care not to over do it. After getting the new shaft I was able to figure out all the places for the parts and it’s as good as new. Thanks again and Have a Great Day! Millions of Parts From Top Brands. Coffee Parts Presto Parts. Remington Parts Waring Parts. Shop by Tool Type. Cart Shopping Cart 0 item s in your cart Restore a manuzl shopping cart Checkout.
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