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Delta 14" band saw motor

Motor will not turn over. Is it possible to replace the brushes on this motor or is the motor shot?

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What kind of motor is it? I would suggest to look for local electric motor shop. You can also call Delta.

Posted on Jul 25, 2013

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Go to this link, Right click on the underlined PDF below the Publication Preview, and you'll be able to save target as a pdf file onto your system.

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SOURCE: i have a jet band saw- 14 mw-- and the adjusting plate has failed

I have the same problem and am having no luck in finding replacement parts. Did you have any luck find the part?

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SOURCE: 14" Delta Bandsaw keeps tripping the internal motor breaker.

Hi,
The first thing that I would check is the wiring to the saw. My guess is that the wire to the saw or the cord is not heavy enough.
As saw like that can pull a lot of amps. Probably 15 or more when working hard. What happens is that when the amp draw goes up and the cord is too light, the voltage drops which increases the amps. and starts a vicious cycle...
The one thing that finally gives is the internal overload in your motor.

Try running heavier wire or a heavier extension cord if you are using one.
#12 wire or a 12 wire cord would be minimum, if running over say 50 feet then you should be looking at #10 wire.

I hope that this will help you to solve your problem!

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SOURCE: delta band saw 14inch cat28-243 manual

go to Dewaltservicenet.com and type in your model number in the middle of the page towards the bottom and you should be able to download an owners manual for this tool, if you have a problem let me know and I will try another site for you.

Posted on Dec 23, 2009

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