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Hi, my grinder got plugged in 220 volts is it any good because it does not come on
A Dewalt 4-1/2 inch hand grinder that normally uses 110-120 volts? Probably fried the armature windings.
Check the switch (Out of grinder), and see if it has continuity. (OHMS test with multimeter) Pretty rare thing, but perhaps the switch took the brunt of the overload. If this is the case replace the switch.
(After checking continuity on armature, and field windings, of course. If either one is bad, a new switch won't help)
Which Model Number is it, and perhaps I can find an exploded drawing for you.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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