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Posted on Replacing a switch on a Craftsman 113 table saw

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#1 posted 11-12-2010 09:45 PM

Normally, you splice the ground wire in the switch box and ground it to the box with a pigtail if it is metalic. The switch may or may not have a grounding lug on it. If it does, ground it. All green screws get a ground wire. Trust me, been at it for 40+ yrs :-))

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