Tue, Nov 14, 2006, 1:35am firstname.lastname@example.org (bent) doth posteth:
<snip>The switch started acting up after I had owned it for 6 mos.
My local CT may be the type of place I could likely take the switch, or
other faulty component, and get another one, but I wouldn't know what or
if I could do anything about it myself; not knowing how the switch would
connect to the motor, or the motor to the switch, etc.. I haven't
looked. I may need to revisit this post after this initial consultation.
My first thought was this is a troll. But then I checked, and
you've posted here before, so I wan't say more.
That should have been your first hint something is wrong with the
switch. You've already been told about cleaning the switch. If you've
got to replace the switch, it ain't rocket science. You take the wires
off the old switch, attach the wires to the new switch, in the same
places - ff you need to, take notes first on where the wires go You
might want to stick your head in and take a look - you'd best unplug the
saw first. Or maybe just call in an electrician.
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