It’s bound to come some day that the equipment is going fail and or need repair, but a small amount of preventive maintenance would have saved this one. I’m going to point this out this so that this might not happen with you, Blow the dust and over spray out of all your motors periodically , make a list or a schedule for this, like I have for the bearings on the equipment used a lot , Band saw, belt sander, and many others.
Because I had the Air compressor motor catch fire just before the last job was finished for Christmas, and it was a good thing I didn’t have to put a finish on it, But it cost $350.00 to replace the motor.
Their were no flames , but it went poof when I hit the switch with a puff of smoke after that, then nothing.
Some of us can’t afford many costly expenses now days, I’m one of them.
-- Furniture By Douglas, Comstock Park, MI