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Tile saw stopped working

I was running a dewalt tile table saw and was cutting and the blade kind of caught on the tile and stopped spinning. when i turned it off it wont turn back on?

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  • mikekirby45 Oct 11, 2008

    I have an old craftsman table saw with a 115/230 volt 1 h.p. motor. The motor starts fine but slows then stall when cutting wood. It is wired correctly. It is a 60 Hz A.C. capacitor start motor. When I bought the saw at a yard sale, it had a 230 volt plug on it. Any ideas?

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Check the motor might have a reset botton or check the capacitor

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