Hello to all and especially @JoeN… I turned on the grinder to smooth some cuts and it made a big spark and died dead. I was able to use other tools on the circuit so guessing that it’s the tool itself. sorry.
If you are competent and would like to change the power cord. Please do so. Let us know when it is done. I cut the end off of the cord. I believe that cord was abraded via the grinder. When it is fixed, unwind the cord all of the way off of the grinder prior to operation.
Oops - did I do it? I felt like I did uncoil it before I turned it on? Who knows - I can fix it! I will go up there is afternoon
@doug.squires It is not anyone’s fault. The cord needs to be replaced. I didn’t put a replacement cord on it. Please find a spare cord from the electronics lab.