I was using my PC 7518 at 10000RPM in a table to make a window stool
the other day. While I was examining the last piece off the table,
the router started varying its speed up and down. Nobody was near the
thing; no load on it.
I went ahead and did the next piece. When I applied the load the
rouiter went up to 10000 RPM and stayed there for the entire cut.
After the cut, more varying speed stuff.
Anybody seen this one before? Has a cure been identified??
Have you tried blasting the dust out of the switch? Both of ours have
been bothered by this on occasion (or even failed to start at all) and
have benefited from a good shot of compressed air.
On Thu, 11 Dec 2008 16:36:19 -0800 (PST), " firstname.lastname@example.org"
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