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The motor on my delta 10" table saw starts a low rpm and does not go into high rpm - after a a few seconds it fails the circuit breaker, and without the belt conected this does not happen. Is the motor fryed?

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This saw tends to have a problem where the belt rides "outside" the V-grove. Check that the belt is actually installed into the V-grove, and that the grove is in line. Mine was installed (at the factory) with the shiv back to front, so the belt would catch, and kick out. Maybe the same issue.

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