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#1 posted 06-21-2014 02:25 AM

I had one of those saws for years and mine did the same thing. There is a centrifugal switch in the motor that switches between the start winding and the run winding. It will sometimes get saw dust in the switch which keeps it from operating correctly. Take the motor apart and clean the switch and blow out all of the dust. It should work OK for a while. I had to clean mine about once a year.

-- John, Suffolk Virgina


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