Re: Sears table saw/ will not run// rant in reply to 36 coupe, 08-30-2013 03:49:34
Hi Its not a bad cap, that would be easy, its the current switch affair that switches it out of circuit when amps drop. Wasn't available here so I got an electronic one but it doesn't seem to sense and switch right.
Wiring is wonky on these saws vs a normal 120 v motor too.
The windings test out at right resistance but won't start right.
Re: Sears table saw/ will not run// rant in reply to Ken Macfarlane, 08-29-2013 14:14:20
I have one motor with a momentary contact push button switch for a starter, that would work fine on a table saw, for people that understand motors. Otherwise there are external load sensitive start switches, I have one of those on a grinder, I think it came from an old fridge.
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