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Need to wire for 220 power

Need to know how to wire the jointer to run on 220 single phase power. Per the owners manual it says it can run on 110 or 220 Help Please !!!

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Often, the 220 wiring diagram is on the back side of the plate that's screwed on the motor junction box. Or it is on the spec plate on the motor.

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