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Bandsaw turns on for about 10 seconds, running at 1/4 speed and turns off. This happened after about 2 1/2 hours of use, cutting green wood. Capacitor covers were so hot you couldn't touch them.

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There is likely a thermal switch on this saw which will reduce power or stop power all together to the machine. This keeps components from overheating and melting, like your capacitor. Let it cool off and try again. 2 1/2 hours is a long time for a machine to run on a job.

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