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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?
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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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