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Introduction

There are many issues that can be caused by a faulty motor brush. If you begin to hear banging sounds coming from the motor, this could be caused by the motor brush. Fortunately, a motor brush is one of the easiest parts to replace due to is accessibility. All you need is a standard flathead screwdriver to remove a cap.

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  1. Turn off your saw and unplug before starting. Place down the Worm Drive Saw on a sturdy surface.
    • Turn off your saw and unplug before starting.

    • Place down the Worm Drive Saw on a sturdy surface.

    • The motor brush cap is located on the side of the main housing assembly, it can be identified as a large black plastic cap with a slit running down its surface.

  2. Using a flathead screwdriver, remove the motor brush cap from the main housing assembly. Using a flathead screwdriver, remove the motor brush cap from the main housing assembly.
    • Using a flathead screwdriver, remove the motor brush cap from the main housing assembly.

  3. With the cap removed, the motor brush should now be accessible.
    • With the cap removed, the motor brush should now be accessible.

    • Carefully remove the motor brush by sliding it out of the main housing assembly.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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