Question about Wmh Tool Group 10" 1 - 1/2 Hp Workshop Table Saw
Many models have a 'breaker' on them somewhere if the motor overheats, pulls too much current, etc. You may need to crawl under your saw, depending on the model, and reset it (typically a red button to press in). Otherwise, make sure the receptacle you have plugged it into is not tripped by plugging something into it that you know works.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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