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Most table saws have a overload circuit breaker, check that. It is usually a red button that trips.

Ridgid Saws | Answered 2 days ago

It's the soft start feature of the saw that keeps your breakers from tripping or lights from dimming when the saw starts. Saw works perfectly fine without it.

Ridgid 829971-7... | Answered on Mar 05, 2019

best guess is the switch, the reversing links might be burned, typical for a reversing switch were the operator does not wait for the motor to stop before switching in reverse

Ridgid 18v Drill... | Answered on Nov 14, 2018

If the part is missing you are stuck on that one, no fix that I have seen here, in fact I have never seen a single question about this make of table saw.

Ridgid Saws | Answered on Jul 30, 2018

Hello Dan Cappel,

Normally I point these questions to:
ManualsLib Makes it easy to find manuals online

but before
I will usually see if an AUGUST Mfr. like RIDGID

Provides decent CUSTOMER contacts (RIDGID does):

Customer service: +1 888-743-4333
Founded: 1923
Headquarters: Elyria, OH

Parent organization: Emerson Electric

Carnac the Magnificent

Ridgid Saws | Answered on Jul 09, 2018

It seems like the compressor head is not pumping air.
No air pressure at all on gages at all? No air leaks? disconnect the compressor head (t- joint) and varify air is or is not being pumped.
Compressor air inlet filter section, you can also varify that air is being sucked in to the compressor head there by the pump action.

Ridgid... | Answered on Jul 07, 2018

Check your wiring, Line to line, load to load. Line is power coming in, load is to the motor. Check for packing that should have been removed. Inspect the pressure switch contacts to make sure they open at desired psi and adjust as necessary. A nut or screw pushing on a spring adjusts tank psi. Loose unloaded spring is less pressure, tight compressed spring is more pressure before cut off..

Ridgid Air Tools... | Answered on Jul 07, 2018

If it's gunked up with tar, I would spray WD40 to clean it up. Silicon spray is a good lubricant for maintenance of certain tools

Ridgid Air Tools... | Answered on Jul 07, 2018

I would first make sure there is power going to it, switch it on, tap on the pressure/power/control switch, open it up and visual inspection of the contacts to varify the contacts are closed or on. Look for a reset button, the electric motor may have on on its end bell. Use a voltage tester as needed, caution, electricity may cause injury and even *****.

Ridgid Air Tools... | Answered on Jul 07, 2018

What cutting compound are you using?

Ridgid 15682 300... | Answered on Jul 04, 2018

Your options appear to be:
1) contact the manufacturer: 800-474-3443
2) try to find the part on ebay
Here it is on ebay (purportedly): https://www.ebay.com/i/One-1-Ridgid-trunnion-clamp-shoe-part-823565-for-14-bandsaw-/112577506256?rmvSB=true
3) check the users forum on the www.ridgid.com website
4) look for a used one for parts

I have no way of knowing the part numbers and how such might match with parts sold on ebay. The manufacturer might be able to help with such. The part number you supply appears to be for a "shoe." I do not find replacement sources.

Ridgid Saws | Answered on Jun 10, 2018

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