Motor isn’t running properly

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  1. This guy is Extra Salty

    This guy is Extra Salty Member

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    I have had this saw since april
    It worked great until one day it would only function when I turn the speed to the max
    Lost all functionality of speeds which I thought was great until it was gone
    I clean it religiously after each use, checked the fuse and the on/speed dial nothing wrong. I have two speeds off and light speed lol

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  2. mfinn

    mfinn likes zoanthids R2R Supporter Photo of the Month Award Partner Member 2019 Build Thread Contributor

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    Sounds like it's the motors rheostat that has gone out.
    I didn't see any parts for the motor, but I read somewhere that they can do some repairs.
    My guess is you might have to send the motor in to have it repaired.
    You should contact the company directly for support.

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  3. laverda

    laverda Well-Known Member

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    Take the blade off and try it. If it works then see if the upper blade wheel spins freely. If it does not turn freely, the bearing will need to be replaced. The very poor design (no seal or splash guard) allows water to get in the bearing for the upper wheel and destroy it pretty quickly.
     
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    joseserrano Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor

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    The go out fairly easy/ frequently. At one of my old jobs we would have to repair these all the time and go through them fairly quickly. The gryphon are way heavier duty.
     

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