Long Con Posted February 6, 2020 Report Share Posted February 6, 2020 Hi, I inherited a table saw and I need to run a new outlet for it. I'm pretty novice with electrical stuff, but have installed light fixtures, outlets, light switches. I'm confident I can do this, but I want to get it right. Info from the table saw: Busy Bee Fine Machine Tools 10L" Table Saw Model: B210A Volts: 115 Phase: 1 Cycles: 60Hz Amps: 18 RPM: 4053 Date: 1988 The plug is a 20-amp plug, like this: So... I know I need a 20-amp breaker. The Busy Bee customer service agent says it's a 220-volt plug. So, should I put in a double-pole, 240-volt, 20-amp breaker? Or do I just need a single 120-volt, 20 amp breaker? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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