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Can you send a larger picture of data plat? Also what voltage are you wanting to run saw on, 115 or 120 volts single phase. I found wiring but the last letters are a little different.. I will try to help you wire this.

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Only checking the circuit with a multimeter will find the fault and that means the saw will need at least partially dismantling.

Internal breaks in the power cord is a common problem with tools and appliances and is a good place to begin...

Hitachi Saws | 665 views | 2 helpful votes

Contact Makita directly to inquire.

Makita Saws | 32 views | 0 helpful votes

Should be able to. Check your manual

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Vintage Skilsaw model 67 worm drives, were made from 1947 to 1956. They used a 5 1/2 inch blade. The problem is with the arbor. It is a diamond shape. One can fine larger blades with the diamond arbor but I don't think anyone make an exact one for your model any longer. Two possible solutions. Buy a 5 1/2 blade with a round arbor and file out the center hole to the diamond shape. Or see if the diamond shaped saw arbor could be removed and a later model round collar be used instead. But my best advise is to get a new saw. Your old worm-drive saw is potential very dangerous. Mainly because of the old style safety guard. It is not worth losing a finger or hand. Maybe someone else know of a blade source. Good Luck. J

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Unplug the saw, look for the bolt in the center of the blade and also look for the arbor lock button, if there is no button on the motor, look for the jamb nut on the back side of the blade holder, if there is none you can use a block of wood under the blade for the teeth to bite into. Unscrew the bolt and it may be reverse thread! Remove the blade and the collar, put the new blade and collar on and tighten.

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Take this with a grain of salt, but I think the brushes usually come out with a slug with a place for a LARGE flat screwdriver to unscrew them. Usually the brushes just pop out then, and you can put in new ones. I may have misread the question...
As far as pay; some people work with fixya for a living, but part of that contract is that they can't even confirm that they are paid, let alone tell you how much. If you try to drag that information out of somebody on here, you are asking them to ruin their livlihood.

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If you measure the voltage with a multi meter, you don't get the voltage appropriate to run the unit, That's mean the battery is bad, and it is not receiving charge. The battery needs to be replaced with brand new one. Thanks

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