How to Diagnose a Bad Power Cord or Switch
This article outlines the basics of power tool and appliance electrical diagnosis. You can use a multimeter to test tool and appliance cords and switches, the two parts usually responsible for electri...
Power Tool Care and Maintenance 101
This article suggests guidelines for power tool care and maintenance. It also describes information tools available at eReplacementParts.com.
Unscrew Hex screws on front of blade clamp. Lightly tap blade clamp down using hammer and small screwdriver. Take blade clamp out by way of front of saw. Place new blade clamp in position. Lightly tap blade clamp into position. Screw hex screws back to hold clamp. Done
Pete Doughty-Maint Dept-Marine Electrical Products
Place tool with screw heads up.....remove all the screws....REMOVE the silver plastic trim piece, there are 3 more screws hidden under that...slowly lift the top piece up while holding the lower half down. That's the way I just did it :)
I'm wondering why there is no part number for the brushes.