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Posted on 110V or 220V?

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knotscott

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#1 posted 10-18-2012 04:14 AM

I wouldn’t bother with 220v unless you’re having obvious dimming and slow starting issues. Every circuit and every motor is a little different….try your saw on 110v first and see how it does. 220v won’t give you more power, though it might have less voltage loss, so could result in faster startup and faster recovery from bogging.

Be sure to set the saw up well and upgrade the stock blade.

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