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DW735 Planer won't start

I was using it just fine this morning, but when I tried to turn it on this afternoon, it won't start. I know the circuit I'm plugged into is live.

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My planer seem to skip as it is drawing the board through.

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A circuit breaker, maybe? Use a $15.00 live circuit tester to find if you're getting "juice" to the motor.

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The power in wood working motors is such that it should be very difficult to slow down the motor if you're feeding at a slow rate. But, if the motor needs 220 and you're powering with 110, then the motor will have no power (the magnets in the motor are matched with the voltage - and if you have the wrong voltage you won't get any power and the speed will be very slow).

Typically the "home" or "residential" tools only run on 110, but if you have a larger unit they can be wired for 220 or 110. If you bought the planer used, they may have been running with 220 and now you're powering with 110 (or vice versa). I'd do a quick google search for your unit to see what it's capable of. Or, just take the model number of the motor (not the planer) and search for that.

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Worked fire this am ripping 3/4 mahogany. Will not start this PM. Blows the circuit everytime. Tried another circuit...same thing. WTF?


If it happens as soon as you turn it on, that sounds like a short somewhere. First thing to check is your cord. If you've damaged insulation and you're shorting out in the cord, this is exactly what you'll see.

If your cord looks fine, it might be worth unplugging the saw, and checking the cord connection to the motor. There's a little box on the side of the motor held on by a single screw. Open it up, look at the connections. As long as there's no copper exposed, you "should" be fine.

If you still haven't found the problem, you probably have an issue in the motor and it would be worth talking to Delta (Service Center link). If you're under warranty, you may be able to get them to just replace your motor.

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Researching Your Model. The Rollers are Chain Driven, but this Planer is a V-Belt Drive. Any slippage of Your Belt? Are the Chains Loose?? (there's a Drive Chain on one Side, and a Driven Chain on the Other Ends of the Feed Rollers) Never Hurts to apply a "Light" Coat of Chain Lube to these Parts(Gears & Chains)
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What Thickness are You Trying to Remove?? Usually I don't like removing More than 1/32" per pass...
Have you contacted DeWalt Service?

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