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I bougt a brandnew table saw, i put it together and it doest work, what now?

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Check the receptacle for power. Also double check the voltage on the saw's nameplate. If it's supposed to run on 110 or 220 volts. Some saw motors are multi-tap and can be wired for both voltages. What kind of saw is it? Is it belt driven or direct drive?

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