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Is an electrical diagram and capacitor size for the one horse induction motor for my 8 1/4" portable table saw available?

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SOURCE: ryobi bt 3000 table saw belt installation diagram

The BT3000 actually has TWO v-belts! Here's a link at the end of this solution to an exploded diagram. Basically you have a major disassembly, but it really isnt that complicated.

More great info on the BT3000 is available from the web site

I have a BT3100 saw, and it is a good tool, but does require attention in maintenance procedures, but Ryobi did outline the necessary steps in their manuals. The above website also has the owner manual if you need one.

  1. Unplug saw
  2. Remove the blade
  3. Lower mechanism all the way to the bottom
  4. Flip over saw and lay on it's top
  5. Remove the blade guard panel opposite the motor
  6. Unbolt the motor assembly and remove the belt cover
  7. Replace the broken belts
  8. Re-assemble (be careful not to cross-thread the bolts in the aluminum housings!)

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SOURCE: I have a Task Force Heavy Duty Folding Saw Horse.

I can't tell you whether parts for that are available or not. All I can find is a link to the manufacturer, but you could contact them and check, if this is indeed the same model you have. Link here.

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SOURCE: Ryobi 10 in Portable Table Saw modl #BTS12S won't turn on

Look for a trip switch on the saw motor

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SOURCE: i need the wiring diagram for my 10 table saw

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.

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On table saws with induction motor there can be a capacitor but also a centrifugal starter (not oft buts possible) unit inside the motor with a capacitor . if the saw is buzzing , yes there is a capacitor problem, they rarely shorting, between 20 and 60uf or more are neccesary depends on size of motor.
If you can measure with an ohm meter then you see thats sucking on the battery of the multimeter, and turn the polarisation after 5 seconds the you see its unloading in negative way , if there is no response on the meter or its bulged or whatever replace it .

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Looks like you can't just buy a new motor.

Service center locator is here. Click the Portable Electric & Battery Power Tools button. Put in your zip code and you can call around to see who can fix you up the quickest.

It looks like warranty on this saw is one year. Depending on how old your saw is, it may even be covered under warranty.

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Odds are it's one of four problems. The first is easiest to fix and most likely. The other three are probably best dealt with by an electric motor repair shop.

1) Start capacitor failure. Capacitors age and eventually die. If you know a bit about electronics, you can disassemble your motor, remove the capacitor and test its capacitance (it will have a label identifying its capacitance in microfarads (mfd)). If the capacitance measures way lower than the label says, buy a replacement of the same capacitance (try Granger) and you'll be back up and running. Be careful though, capacitors are batteries and they can give you a pretty good shock.

2) Shaft locked up. If you can turn the pulley on the motor by hand, this isn't the problem.

3) Start switch failure. This switch is inside the motor. Since you're asking this question. you should probably get a repair shop motor shop to handle this.

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