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Feb 12, 2014 - Uploaded by AdventuresInDIY
See how an in the way power box on a 10 inch Delta table sawwas switched out ... Would you happen to have a wiring diagramfor your saw.
There should be a wiring diagram under the connection cover plate that tells how to connect wires for both 115v and 230v service.
By the way, any motor of any brand with a #56 frame and 1 hp or better that runs at 3450-3600 rpm should be suitable for use on a table saw. 1.5 hp would be better. (I upgraded mine to 2hp)
Harbor freight has a suitable 1.5hp replacement motor for $140.
Depending on the motor you get, you may have to buy a pulley at the same time to match the shaft diameter and blade rpms.
Hi there. Prior to plug it try this.From your 3 prong grounded plug trace it up to your saw were you should have a black and a white from the same wire's end.Now the two whites are probably from the reset that you haven't replaced?Write back to let me know if this is right and I'll proceed.
Im guessing ... the motor is 110 volt AC (AC dont care if it is coming or going) ... find the two terminals in the motor and hook the wires back up. If it HAPPENS to be incorrect, the saw will run poorly or the overload will trip.
I wouldnt be afraid to use this method on my craftsman table saw.
Unfortunately, the manual for the XL-10 saw is no longer available online. Here is a link to the parts list and diagram.
If that is not helpful, please consult a qualified electrician, who should be able to guide you in the wiring of the switch and motor for that saw.
Without access to the schematic, I'm afraid the best solution to your wiring question is for some capable electrician to take a look at your saw in person.
SAME SAW I HAVE, I ASSUME YOU DONT HAVE THE ORIGINAL OWNERS MANUAL. GO TO SEARS.COM, AND TOWARDS THE TOP THERE IS A "PARTS" HEADER. CLICK ON IT AND ENTER MODEL NUMBER WHEN REQUESTED, THEY WILL ASK UP IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A SPECIFIC PART OR MANUAL . HOPE THIS HELPS