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Posted on Replacing a switch on a Craftsman 113 table saw

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#1 posted 1340 days ago

I have one on my 220v table saw and one on my 110v router plug. There are 3 terminals in and 3 out (right side, left side) Run the Hot (black) and the neutral (white) through the switch (if you have a grey or solid wire ground, don’t cut it.), so that both sides are cut when the switch is off. No chance of getting you fried that way. Unless there is some reason why you might want to change all that, just replace the switch with the new switch.

It is quite easy to do. I love mine, because I can knee it when my hands are busy. Send me a note, and if you are struggling to do this. I will send you a picture of mine tomorrow.

-- chas -- looking for Serta sponsorship to go Pro...


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