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Reciprocating Saw Repair Help

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Some call the reciprocating saw the “gateway tool” to serious DIY repair and remodeling. But what happens when your reciprocating saw needs some DIY itself? What do you do when it fails to start, or the blade is stuck or it isn’t reciprocating properly? We’ll help you out. We’ve got symptoms and causes, instructional videos and step-by-step instructions, and even the right replacement part, so you can get back to the task at hand.

Most Common Problems

Your reciprocating saw’s road back to health starts with a list of symptoms. Enter the saw’s model number, and then look for the description that best fits the problem. You’ll head over to a page with frequent causes for that symptom, and instructions on how to test for each one. With a diagnosis in hand, we’ll get you the part and the help you need to make the repair.

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