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#1 posted 01-11-2013 01:42 AM

I used a 30 amp on my old saw and it didn’t have any trouble but when we bought this house the shop had 20 amp breakers and the damn thing popped all the time So I ran a home run with a 30 amp on it. Now I have all home runs with 20 and the new saw is 220 on a 30 and the compressor has a 40 all with correct wire so I have not had a trip since rewiring the shop Id buy the 7 dollar breaker and see how it works if it trips the 30 something is wrong with the saw.

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