Question about Electrical Supplies
I have a Ryobi RE175 router. It just stopped working right in the middle of a job. When i press the start trigger it starts then stops immediately. When I keep pressing the trigger up and down and it starts but then stops briefly then stops again. Is it the trigger switch or might it be something else like the shaft lock switch? Can I bypass all the switches and dedicate this bad boy to the router table that has it's own start switch.
1. Shut the power off, and disconnect your Ryobi
router. It could be the start/stop switch. So, you
can begin checking the switch contacts using the
multi-tester. Set if at 1 x 10 Ohms. Put the probes
of the tester across the switch terminals. Pressing
the trigger on will move the tester indicator to zero
if your switch is okey. Otherwise, no moverment -
the trigger switch need replacement.
2. Should the trigger switch proved to be okey, Check
the carbon brush of the unit, short carbon brush??
you have to replace it.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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