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Contact Jura directly to inquire.

Saws | Answered Yesterday


If the manufacturer doesn't supply a replacement insert as a spare part you will need to fabricate one - that is what my colleagues do.

Mastercraft Saws | Answered on Jun 29, 2020


There should be a small black button on the right side of hand grip. You can also use a small block of wood between the blade teeth and the shoe to hold the blade in place while you loosen the blade nut.

Sears Saws | Answered on Jun 29, 2020


Simple question, is there something inside of the blade and the blade guard blocking its use? Sometimes a piece of wood or plastic lodges itself in between and is hard to see.

Hitachi Saws | Answered on Jun 25, 2020


A failed power supply, broken on/off switch, bad motor overload, broken power cord or failed drive motor can prevent the table saw motor from starting. First, try resetting the overload. If the table saw motor won't start after resetting the overload, then the saw may not be getting power from the electrical outlet.

Makita Saws | Answered on Jun 24, 2020


A tour of your local wood shops and you might discover a scrap saw just waiting for you.
Alternatively a local handyman or maybe your local auto repair shop can perform a repair or mackle up a replacement.

Ryobi Saws | Answered on Jun 06, 2020


The saw is listed as a compound slide mitre saw and so I suggest you read the instruction leaflet, which might make more sense the second time...

Saws | Answered on Jun 06, 2020


The big question is which breaker does it trip?
If it trips the RCD it means current is escaping from the circuit to ground but if it trips the MCB it means too much current is being drawn and the circuit is overloaded.

The former would indicate an insulation breakdown while the latter could be a seized bearing or a serious motor fault.

The motor is presumably a brush-type for high performance in a light and compact package. The brush type motor is electrically very "noisy" and if not adequately suppressed it is perpetually trying to destroy itself and when such a motor succeeds it is usually marked by running slow, lots of sparking from the commutator and brush gear, consuming much more current and producing an entirely different sound. If it is left switched on it will rapidly overheat...

I think you need to take a peek inside.

Saws | Answered on May 31, 2020

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