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Are my bearings shot on my TS3650 table saw?

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  • Are my bearings shot on my TS3650 table saw?

    After using using my TS3650 for a little over 5 years I just recently noticed a metallic vibrating noise coming from the motor. Also notice a slight increase in vibration but nothing too major. Even with the motor off if I spin the pulley coming out of the motor I can still hear the metallic noise, very faint but still noticeable. Is it time to replace my bearings? Anyone else experience this with their table saw? Thanks!

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    Re: Are my bearings shot on my TS3650 table saw?

    Remove the belt and spin the arbor and the motor individually and find out which component is making the noise.

    I had my 3650 for 7 years and never had a problem like this. Doesn't mean it couldn't happen though.
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      Re: Are my bearings shot on my TS3650 table saw?

      Sounds like the cooling fan on the motor has came loose. Remove the cover and check the fan.
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        Re: Are my bearings shot on my TS3650 table saw?

        Thanks for the suggestions guys. I guess I'll have to try a few things.

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