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JesseTutt

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#1 posted 565 days ago

Call Grizzly tech support and ask them. I would try to get them to send you another motor.

Are you comfortable with electricity? If so, open up the receptacle and connect a volt meter between one of the hot lines (one should be black and other red) and the neutral (white) wire. What is the voltage? Now watch the meter and start the saw, does the voltage change (drop) as the saw attempts to start? Then try the other hot line.

A mechanical thing to try would be to remove the belt and see if it continues to happen. If it does try loosening all but one of the motor mount screws and see if it continues to happen.

-- Jesse, Saint Louis, Missouri


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