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I have this Grizzly G1035 1 1/2 HP Shaper, and it seems like it doesn't have any torque. I have used it only a few times, and it is running in 110V mode now, but when trying to make a piece using a raised panel bit, (and others) it will easily stall, even when passing the wood slowly. Have you any ideas?

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Hi,
Check the wire size to the machine...if you are running on 110v and a 1-1/2 hp motor you should have at least 10 ga wire running to it...if not when you try to make it work and it pulls more current the small wire chokes down the voltage and you loose power..

heatman101

Posted on May 06, 2010

  • William Baker Sep 27, 2010

    I am a master Electrician and the wire size is not the problem. For one thing #12 wire would be fine. 2nd thing this come with #14 gu wire. As per the code this is ok as long it is not over 3"
    Your motor is having problems. Not because of as heatman said "small wire chokes down the voltage and you loose power" If you was say 100' away then yes but not what you have. You need a new motor. Sorry!

  • William Baker Sep 27, 2010

    Sorry 3' not 3" hit wrong key! LOL

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