I've completed disassembling and cleaning all the machine components. I ended up taking a bit more apart than originally intended. It seems some coolant came through an unused bolt hole in the base of the saw and deposited swarf and dried coolant on top of the electrical box. The residue was so thick it made opening and latching the box a real PITA. As part of the cleanup, I removed the box from the base and even removed the wiring and back panel from the box to avoid damage.
It's time to give a few components a fresh coat of paint and begin the reassembly. As part of the project, I would also like to flush the gear box. It's supposed to take 1,5 liters of Mobilgear 630 SHC 220. When I drained it there was less than a quart in the gear box, and it was black. My intent is to refill the gear box, run it a few minutes, drain it and refill it with the proper gear oil. I'm wondering if there is any fluid or solvent designed to clean out the remaining gear oil, or whether it should be done with the recommended lubricant. One of the annual maintenance procedures is supposed to be the changing of the gear oil. I doubt it was done on an annual basis, and in fact doubt that it was ever done. I'd like to start using the saw with a clean and properly lubed gear box.