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#1 posted 04-09-2010 01:19 PM

No – the breaker would never trip but the switch would go into a safety lockout (so I was told) – you have to hold the start and stop buttons down at the same time to reset. I was told this was an under voltage issue. It happened at startup, the saw would start very slow and then shut down after a second or two.

Better plug, 30 amp Breaker and 10 gauge wire solved the problem.


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