Mike.C":389fluax said:When it switches off can you turn it on again straight away, or do you have to wait awhile?
what about a can of compressed air (usually for cleaning computer keyboards), or even a drinks straw.AbbeyRd":1c37a5c8 said:Wish I had a compressor to give the motor a good blow out as there did seem to be a lot of sawdust around
Keep you posted .
Had a similar problem with a Rexon thicknesser a couple of years go, had to bypass the the little control board which governed the slow startup, no problems after that.AbbeyRd":2vfz98p9 said:I phoned the Rexon helpline and the technician seemed to think that it could be a circuit board problem.
He is going to talk me through bypassing the NVR switch to see if the board does need replacing at a cost of £39.Keep you posted .
I bought one of those and have been impressed with it but blowing it out made no difference.andersonec":3v629ojn said:I got a Henry type vacuum cleaner from Wickes a couple of months ago which had two connections, suck and blow, quite powerful and enough to move dust,
Man, I hate those circuit boards. 20-odd years ago I bought a variable speed grinder. One month after the warranty ran out, the circuit board burned up. It was a $50 grinder, and the replacement board was $35. I pulled the wheels off the grinder, threw the rest away, and bought a real, single-speed grinder for $75. 20 years later it still runs great.9fingers":3uta920b said:As well as the brake, you might lose any soft start feature.
There are a worrying number of small saws coming on the market with bespoke circuit boards built in and often very little knowledge outside of the manufacturer of how to repair them and indeed exactly what they do.
Glad to hear you are up and running.
Looked at any speed control units lately Bob? Every manufacturer seems to produce his own variation that is non-interchangable with any body elses or even their own product a few months later.coming on the market with bespoke circuit boards built in and often very little knowledge outside of the manufacturer of how to repair them and indeed exactly what they do