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Motor trouble can i replace motor
You need to look on your motor casing and see what the rating is in terms of voltage, expressed as V., RPM, or revolutions per minute, and horsepower. If you have a 110-115 V one-third or one-half horsepower motor, which is what most Craftsman motors are, it should be easy to find a replacement and take the old one off and replace it with a new one. I will check back and see if this helps.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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