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...
I have a TS200LS/TS2400-1 Ridgid table saw and the motor has burnt out on the saw. I have had it for 4 years and probably only used it 10 times. Is there some kind of repair clause that could be honored? Can the motor be replaced or fixed? If so, what parts do I need?
I have a delta table saw that the jackshaft needs replacemnet. The motor turns but not the arbor. I am assuming that inside the jackshaft assembly is a woodruff key that sheared. Is there a part for the woodruff key or is there a generic one to replace it? Should I just replace the whole jackshaft?
It is best to replace the whole jackshaft assy..if a keyway did shear it may have damaged the shaft anyway.:(
Be sure and check out the armature and make sure it is ok..it may have some damage also..
parts avail at eReplacementparts.com : Power Tool Parts and Tool Repair
hope this helps..
I have a Delta TS200LS table saw (type 1) . I'm trying to replace the rear motor bearing that burnt out but I can't even get it to move at all. Tried prying it out with a large screwdriver, even put two strong flat metals under the bearing and tapping it out with a hammer (both soft and hard hammers) but it won't even budge. I don't think it should be THAT tight but "SHOULD" don't mean anything. Any ideas I get would be a big help and thankfully recieved.
ideally a otc # 1020 puller should be used...here is something else you can try..secure the armature in a bench vise with the bearing end as close to the end of vise as possible..then take the 2 flat blade screwdrivers and place the tips behind the bearing and pry against the vise...[BE CAREFUL]...If you don't have a bench vice you may have to purchase a puller..
hope this has been helpful..and good luck..!
Geneva Tool Repair
Reply: Can't Remove Table Saw Bearing
You can try a little heat. If I was going to buy a puller I would go with the otc 1021 it has three legs. More strength. easier to use. ereplacementparts will stock this one soon. Worse come's to worse. you can always grind it off. take you time. and dont grind to much off. :eek: