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I have a Delta 10" table saw #34-670 tripping the breaker.

I have replaced the 20 amp. breaker and am running #12 wire. I have also cleaned the brush holders and reset the brushes in the motor. It still continues to trip. Other than replacing the motor (#131334), does anyone have any other suggestions? If it is the motor, which part number do I need? Thank you. fishnguy@verizon.net

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Ok, the motor turns, but throws sparks on the brushes. This is normal to an extent for universal motors used on that type of equipment.

Try reassembling the saw, and put a blade on it, then try it. If it runs, try cutting a piece of scrap 1x, both crosscut & rip. If the motor can't hold the load, you may still have to replace it.

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