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23 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: table saw re-wiring craftsman 10327270 help tablesaw resource tip question

I can’t find anything on how to wire my saw up for 220, this is my first restoration and I am ready to throw in the towel


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#1 posted 23 days ago

Have you looked for wiring diagrams?
Bill

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#2 posted 23 days ago

The plate on the motor where the wires connect to the saw, should have a wiring diagram posted there. If not on the inside of that plate, it should be right inside around the connector bolts.

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#3 posted 23 days ago

The plate on my motor has a diagram but its worn off and I can’t find one online..any suggestions??

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#4 posted 23 days ago

Is this motor one that can be wired for 220V? If so look inside the little cover on the end of the motor. The schematic is usually there.

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#5 posted 23 days ago

I will pull the plate off and have a look

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#6 posted 23 days ago

try this web site www.usmotors.com/TechDocs/Connection-Diagrams.aspx
diagram 108323 should help you out

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#7 posted 23 days ago

Thank you so much guys!!

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#8 posted 23 days ago

I don’t believe those saws were not sold with a motor, the motor was a separate purchase. What is the model number on the motor?

Here’s the original manual, see Pg 5 ….. http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/detail.aspx?id=617

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#9 posted 23 days ago

Gee…. I no speak English. I meant to say…. “I believe those saws were sold without a motor, the motor was a separate purchase”.

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#10 posted 23 days ago

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#11 posted 22 days ago

I did some checking around and I couldn’t find a thing for that motor. I thought one motor I have was the same but it wasn’t. Have you had any success in wiring it up for 220V?

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#12 posted 22 days ago

you cant find crap on that thing, I am about to take a go at wiring this thing up, I will let you know how it goes

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#13 posted 22 days ago

How are the leads marked? As I recall there should be about 5 or 6 in a 120/240 volt dual voltage motor.

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