could be the start/run switch is not going from run to start
position. Some times the little springs that pull it back to
the start position get weak or break??
: I'll be back...
I really need to get handier with the multimeter...
Testing for AC volts:
thru power supply cord - 121 VAC
thru switch CB assy - Switch off - 2.2VAC
Switch on - 22.0VAC
Prognosis - bad Switch/CB ???
Not a lot accessible to test
Three wires coming to switch (power cord Hot/black,
Ground/green, simple blade type connections. black and white
switch, green to chassis.
Three wires leaving switch to motor (black, white, green)
Switch CB Assy - neutral passes thru CB, black thru switch.
CB never 'popped' - replies include 'resetting/recycling'
CB, but how is
that possible if I can't get 'it' to pop ??
Both switch and CB appear to be sealed units, was a lot of
(surprised me) within the plastic housing (two screws to
It's getting dark, I'll read up on use of multimeter...
/ checking for voltage' etc...
We can eliminate motor 'dead spot', I've spun the arbor by
No motor hum with power on.
Abstained from compressed air, but have vacuumed.
No visible/tactile evidence of a reset button on the motor
itself. This is a
fairly new unit (less than 2 years old)..
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