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The bearing is then retained by a snap ring, item 38 on page B of the diagrams Bosch Tablesaw Repair Instr Hi Dou, It sounds like you have a bad armature. Diagnosing Electric Power Tools This article is a troubleshooting guide for problems and malfunctions common to most electric power tools. The motor appears to have gotten wet.
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There is power through bsoch switch, I have not checked the soft start circuit board. Really a weak motor. Strait, true cuts every time. Hi shaun, Well the had problems with the speed control unit. I haven’t seen a different motor housing used in these saws.
Bosch Table Saw Parts. Hope this helps, -WJA. I could also see sparks coming from inside the motor, around the brushes. Hello bigdaddyblues, Unfortunately the motor does not come out as a complete assembly.
Changed brushes, have powerall bearings turn. Too much saw dust, I should have kept it cleaner! You can locate it on the saw blade side. There are 2 black and 1 blue wire. I also had the crazy arcing at the brushes. Now, by looking at the parts drawing, it definetely seems as though bearings are bad, but, there is also a gear in the front of the motor.
Hello thominkentuck, If you pull bpsch parts diagram by clicking on the model Bosch below and find item number 12 you will be able to get an idea on where the speed control is located. It looks like there are several crimped junctions in the wiring. Hello, I bought a new grip for the fence on my Bosch as the 4000 one was missing when I bought it used Can somebody tell me the best way to remove the pin that held the old one in place?
I guess I’m not alone with my Bosch saw problem.
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You need to replace Speed Control Part Number: I understand I will no longer have the brake. Can the fence be rebuilt or am I not adjusting it right? Also slow running can be caused by a bad field or armature.
Hi Ben, We have run into the same problem several times with the Model tablesaws. My guess that it is your speed control. Restore a saved shopping cart.
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Pool and Spa Parts. Is it the control module? Boscch does the other black wire go? Hello Georgao, If the bearing that you replaced before was spinning in the Gear Housing, that may have worn the bearing seat allowing movement of the new bearing.
Hello Georgao, You have definitely replaced about everything on the motor that you can.
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I was hoping that all you had to do was take the blade off and take the four screws off of the motor and it would slide out: When this happens there are several things that could happen.
Hope that helps, WJA. Motor is a different story. My saw siezed up on me the other day after years of pretty good abuse. You really don’t need to replace the larger front armature bearing as this almost never goes bad. Since we are only talking about 3 active components here worth over half the value of the saw, and one of those being new speed control I’d hate to just shotgun it with a new field and armature.
That would be my guess.
Take the brush caps out and the brushes. I had a similar problem with my bosch Bosch Table Saw joalmorris. Was using saw and all of a sudden motor froze up, I turned motor off quickly, what could this be?
See All 5 Pool and Spa Brands. I don’t want to nick the shaft but can’t think of anything else. I see no visible clips or retainers. I could not figure out if you had to take the saw off the stand or take all the components that raise the blade up or down off as well.
Hi Rinaldo, I’m sorry,I guess It serves me well to read the whole post before commenting.