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Wirinmg diagram for SEARS12" tablesawMod#11324181 Serial# 7297Poo56

Saw motor says 240 V, orig wiring only has 3-wires 1 grd.,1black 1 white new cord end is 110 volt, motor growls , runs 1/2 speed (like 110 running 220) is there a 3-wire plug end for this saw ?

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Please contact Sears on this, we do not have these diagrams here.

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