Makita
Table Saw

Model #2708 Makita 8" table saw

Here are the diagrams and repair parts for Makita 2708 8" table saw, as well as links to manuals and error code tables, if available.


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Wrench

#505A

Motor assembly Diagram

Wrench

Part #781011-1

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Button

#79

Motor assembly Diagram

Button

Part #411447-7

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Cap 20

#71

Motor assembly Diagram

Cap 20

Part #286202-4

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Plate

#403

Motor assembly Diagram

Plate

Part #163024-8

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Flange

#59

Motor assembly Diagram

Flange

Part #224201-8

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Ring

#40

Motor assembly Diagram

Ring

Part #961060-6

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Screw

#75

Motor assembly Diagram

Screw

Part #911131-9

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Hex Nut

#27

Motor assembly Diagram

Hex nut

Part #931502-4

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Bearing

#3

Motor assembly Diagram

Bearing

Part #211068-3

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Garter Sprin

#11A

Motor assembly Diagram

Garter sprin

Part #654020-2

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Symptoms for table saws

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Main causes: worn motor brushes, bad drive motor, faulty overload switch, using an improper extension cord, binding saw blade
Main causes: saw dust build up, blade elevating and tilting mechanisms need lubrication
Main causes: dirty saw blade, dull or damaged saw blade, blade alignment needs adjustment
Main causes: blade alignment needs adjustment, worn blade, bevel positive stops need adjustments, bevel pointer needs adjustment
Main causes: lack of power, broken on/off switch, bad motor overload, broken power cord, bad drive motor
Main causes: worn motor brushes, faulty drive motor, using an improper extension cord

Repair guides for table saws

These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your table saw.

April 1, 2015
By Lyle Weischwill
How to adjust a table saw blade

If the table saw isn’t cutting parallel to the miter gauge groove, adjust the cutting blade following the instructions in this repair guide.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 30 minutes or less
April 1, 2015
By Lyle Weischwill
How to replace a table saw drive motor

You can replace a table saw drive motor that is weak or won't run. Here’s how.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 45 minutes or less
April 1, 2015
By Lyle Weischwill
How to replace a table saw blade

If the table saw blade is dull or damaged, use these simple steps to replace it.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less

Articles and videos for table saws

Use the advice and tips in these articles to get the most out of your table saw.

March 23, 2015

How to make basic cuts with a table saw

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Learn how to make basic cuts using a table saw.

March 10, 2015

How to use a table saw safely

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Learn some of the basic rules for safely operating a table saw.

March 10, 2015

How to maintain a table saw

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Learn how to keep your table saw in good working order