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Tile saw tripping breaker even after letting it cool down for 24hrs .

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2 things first what is the motor rated at for AMPS and second the circuit you plug it into what is the rating. The saw will draw more than the namplate rating for startup but it would still pull a lot and if you have something else on that circuit it could be causing the problem assuming there is no major electrical problem with motor

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