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#1 posted 07-25-2012 12:11 PM

That’s odd. Is the power supply OK; getting full voltage to the motor? All the electrical connections well made and tight?

If you had the contacts checked and bearings replaced, can I assume you took it to a motor shop? Did they check the windings while they had it?

edit – Does the motor do this if the belt is not in place? Could the arbor not be turning freely? When you say it stops, does the breaker or the overload trip, or does it simply stop? Sorry, more questions than answers, but it might help to track down the problem.

-- John

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