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I bought a Delta table saw in 1991. I have replaced the motor in it twice. It died about 12 years ago and has been taking up space since. I bought a used Delta 62-043 table saw for 200 about a year ago. It sat in my shed for a while, and I just now turned it on to start a project. Last week while cutting a 2×4, the blade stopped but the motor kept going. I finished up with a hand-held circular saw and let the table saw cool down. When I came back to it, I looked it over. I had an older Delta saw that had a gear box fail. The parts were more than I paid for the saw.
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Motors are designed for woodworking equipment such as lathes, table saws, planers etc Totally enclosed designs prevent motor problems caused by wood dust and shavings. Table Saw Motor. This will teach me to clean my saw.:confused::confused::confused: I decided to clean my perfectly functioning table saw and now its dead. When he was done, he had a beautiful, fully restored table saw from the World War II era. In this episode of the restoration, the behemoth motor decides to give out. I was cutting some 2 inch thick purpleheart with my table saw and all of a sudden it went dead. There is a reset button on my saw motor you have to press to reset it. I’ve been working on getting my tablesaw doing clean cuts around a year now. What’s that say of the saw’s motor if, and if it isn’t the bearings, do you think anybody?