|Forum topic by MT_Stringer||posted 12-22-2012 10:17 PM||1005 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
12-22-2012 10:17 PM
I moved my table saw from my garage (where it has been used for the last few years) to the storage shed where I keep my boat. That was yesterday. Today I went over there to rip one last board.
It won’t run! I double checked the extension cord and it is OK. It provides power to the battery charger on the boat. I also have a second extension cord. Neither one seemed to make any difference.
I pushed the reset button several times on the saw but that didn’t do any good. Dammit. Worked yesterday just fine. Moved it and now it won’t run.
I might also mention that to haul it, we turned it upside down and laid it flat in the truck. Is there some sort of tilt kill switch I don’t know about? I have never had any problem with this saw, nor did my dad. The blade turns freely with no binding, no rattling or any other kind of noise.
Sears Craftsman 10 inch TS (circa 1977)
Any help appreciated
-- Handcrafted by Mike Henderson - Channelview, Texas