Appliance Repair Questions? Ask a Technician for Answers ASAP
Hello DavidDo you have a multimeter? The first step is to eliminate the flex as a possible cause, and the easiest way to do this is to test end-to-end continuity for each of the live and neutral conductors. An alternative is to disconnect the flex from the saw and connect it to a test lamp. However....The easiest option by far is to claim under the 2-year manufacturer's warranty.(If you registered the tool with Bosch within 28 days of purchase then the warranty is 3 years.)
Hello DavidThe process of giving advice is exactly that - a process. It's a commitment of time and it involves questions and answers. In your case, you didn't take the first step in the process, nor did you answer the very first question. And if you didn't anticipate doing the work yourself, and if you don't want to use the warranty for what it's intended, then who did you imagine would do the work?I presume you haven't solved the problem yet, so by all means post again here if you need further advice.
Well, it's a fact that you didn't take the first step, and that you still haven't answered the very first question. It's also a fact that you could claim under the warranty, and that I made no mention of an "extended warranty". Another fact: you didn't reply for 4 days, thus failing to further the fault-finding process, and then got extremely grumpy for no justifiable reason.If you really wanted to stop communicating, then you wouldn't have replied. This is pure spite on your part. Nevertheless, I'm happy to carry on helping you.