Question about Delta Machinery 10" Professional Radial Arm Saw
If this tool is 220 and you are running on 110 that is your problem. Some motors can be rewired to run on the proper current. UNPLUG tool and remove small cover from motor and usually they will have a diagram to show you how to change over. running this on the 110 will burn up the motor.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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