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  • ts2400-1 tablesaw motor

    I have a ridgid ts2400 and I was using it to cut a piece of wood and the motor just lost half of it's power all at once. I backed the piece of wood out but it would not pick back up. Has anyone else had a similer problem?
    It sounds like the brushes are worn out but this saw has not had much use

  • #2
    Re: ts2400-1 tablesaw motor

    Did you check the underside of the saw to make sure that something isn't wedged someplace it shouldn't be?
    Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian."
    ------- Henry Ford

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    • #3
      Re: ts2400-1 tablesaw motor

      yes i checked it out and everything was clear it was almost like the brushes are shot or something it now surges when I turn it on

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      • #4
        Re: ts2400-1 tablesaw motor

        Have you double checked the electrical circuit?

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        • #5
          Re: ts2400-1 tablesaw motor

          Saw dust buildup is a killer on open motors . Try cleaning it out and as said the circuit may be an issue. I had a Thomas Ultraairpac A/C not starting , tore apart the motor..., auh!, it was a defective circuit breaker. new breaker, no problem.

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