|Forum topic by wildbill001||posted 04-04-2011 03:38 PM||2164 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
04-04-2011 03:38 PM
Quite a while back I picked up a Delta table-saw, 36-540 for next to nothing (ok, stop laughing, it does what I need it to do most of the time.) Recently, the breaker that is part of the saw keeps tripping for what I think is no apparent reason. I’ve blown the dust out of the bottom on the saw, replaced the blade with a new Freud Diablo rip and that helped a bit. The breaker is only about $20.00 but before I spend that, is there any way to test the old one to make sure that is the problem?
For those curious, I only rip on this saw, mostly soft to medium-hard woods.
Thanks in advance
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