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My wilton chop saw motor appearsto be dead

I purchased it at angelo bolt in san angelo, tx . They advised there were no replacement parts. The balance of the saw is in good shape. Is it feasiable to replace the motor

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Take it to a electric motor shop and talk to them if they tell you a price way out the cost of new saw verces the amount of new motor.If it is half the cost of new saw or lower I would have the repair shop replace it or buy the motor from them and repair it myself.

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