Question about Wilton 17202 8" Bench Grinder
Grinder powers off at start up for a fews seconds then starts again gets up to speed and stays on, it does this on/off sequence 2 or 3 times. This does this 3 out 4 starts. One the odd occasion it will start up normally.
Voltage supply good 116v, wires and connections all good start/stop switch contact good. Once the grinder is running the probelm goes away which in turn eliminates connection problems.
If this is a cap start motor and not a centrifugal start run motor then bad cap is good place to start
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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