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#1 posted 01-10-2013 11:41 PM

Got back into the shop and direct wired the motor to the outlet. Turns out I had a box full of spade connectrs from who knows when. I suppose that happens when you’re a pack rat :)

Flipped the breaker and the motor ran. Tried it again, the breaker tripped the 2nd time. And the 3rd. And the 4th. So it really seems like it’s not the switch and is likely the saw. Hopefully it’s just the start capacitor like others (as well as Grizzly tech support) have mentioned.

I’ll give them a call tomorrow morning and will update. Thanks again for all the help to this point.


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