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My target makes a humming sound then trips breaker,whats up?

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The humming is from a blocked motor. Try changing the capacitor.

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Water in it

Posted on Jul 26, 2015

Testimonial: "water has nothing to do with problem,saw will run fine without water.blade will be ruined and cut will more than likely jam from heat."

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