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I had one a long time ago, but I didn't take it down to parts.
B/4 you go on STOP and call B&D service center ask them if you can download a service manual off the net (PDF File) the guys on the service counter can look up parts but most don't know how to take them down for service, but the service manual will show step by step.
DON'T pop the ends off, most have a bush set spring loaded on the tail end with a small snap ring and it's tricky to take them out or put them back in if you don't know how (Old motor type).... :)

One more note:::: most didn't come with open bearing that's to say you can't lub them BUT you can replace them with a updated type bearing, some used a brass/broz. bushing that can be lubed from the outside of the tool, look for a SMALL,SMALL hole on the end or the side of the tool..
But the service manual will tell all... :) NOT the used guide/manual... :)

Good luck with your new tool
Bj :)
 

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Give it a shot can't hurt,but don't take it down to parts.
One on eBay that's old but not the right part number.

has manual ▼ eBay item,just in case you want book ends.. :)
http://cgi.ebay.com/Black-Decker-Ro...ryZ20781QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

The scream at the end sounds like the lube is dry or hard like woodnut65 said.
gets hot and grabs just a bit at power down.
Try a little 3 in 1 oil,it's light/thin and may work down into the bearing, WD40 is to light weight and so is Marvels mystery oil...good for cleaning like WD40 but to light to lube for very long.
Most bearing use a yellow lube that's gets hard if not used, looks like ear wax when it's hard or old the 3 & 1 should mix and with luck should fix it.

Just a NoTE ***
Many wood working forums on the net that Sell/Trade/Buy old tools and the manuals/service manuals for them I don't recall the names but I have read many of them , the old timers like the tools they have had for years like me and my OLD Atlas cast iron 8" table saw was made in 1941 and is still a good table saw.
hahahahaha I broke a part on it and found one on the Net last year. :)
and a guy named Bob found one out behind his tool shop in the weeds, hahahahaha that was the right one for my saw... The net is good for somethings...



Bj :)
 
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