After owning the saw for four years, having two incidents which the break was engaged. first, the sawdust was to deep under the saw blade, (before dust collection was installed in the shop) and the latest, was when cutting a product that had rigid foam sandwiched between plywood that set it off. both my mistake. But the problem is, my motor is now toast. Im a hobby crafter, and never thought I would burn up a motor on this, but after a thorough examination, its done!
Just wondering if anyone else has lost there Sawstop motor. Seems like $4500.00 should buy a guy a saw that would run for many, many years of his or her life. Luckily its only four years old and still under warranty.
ps( Im a plant head electrician, and programmer, I know a bad motor when I test one, and in this case, smell one.)