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I do not have that planer, but I live thirthy miles form a Grizzly Store in Williamsport, Pa.
I have many friends that will go no where else to get their tools for their shop...
Have never heard any complaints about any of the Grizzly products...
And yes I have a couple of friends that have that planer and they love it...
What you are talking about is called snipe, so common to planers they named it. If you measure the distance from the middle of your cutter head to the middle of the out-feed roller it will be the same as the snipe. It's a deeper cut at either of the board end and can be caused by incorrect feeding or misalignment of the in feed or out feed tables, or an unnecessarily high setting of the rollers recessed in the surface of the in-feed table. Some planers overcome this with table extensions and you can try to adjust your rollers to get rid of some of it but I haven't worked with any planers yet that didn't have some degree of snipe. The best way around it is to leave your stock over length to allow later trimming. If you have to pull the board out before it clears the out-feed roller, it may be worn, misaligned or not turning under power enough to pull the board all the way out of the cutter head area.
The motor is overheating and shutting down, cooling down, overheating again. Motors are expensive and tricky to install.
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