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I need to rewire this table saw.  Does anybody know about the 4 wires coming from the motor?  I would like to bypass the other components so that I can have a direct connection to mains, or does the motor need other components to run correctly?   

 

thanks in advance

 

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What I mean by other components are those within the electrical housing under the table.  I'd like to connect directly to mains because I suspect that a part has blown, motor will not start.  Motor seems healthy though when tested with ohm meter.   I'd like to power the motor directly from 220v using my own switchgear.  

 

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Okay I took a chance and connected two of the four motor wires (which I believed to be correct)  to mains.  Motor runs fine.  It will now be switched off/on directly via circuit breaker.  This means I've bypassed the over-heat sensor and maybe something else but I need the saw to work.  By the way I did test the switch and it was working correctly.

 

Thank you very much for your interest.

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Okay I took a chance and connected two of the four motor wires (which I believed to be correct) to mains. Motor runs fine. It will now be switched off/on directly via circuit breaker. This means I've bypassed the over-heat sensor and maybe something else but I need the saw to work. By the way I did test the switch and it was working correctly.

Thank you very much for your interest.

Why would you want a setup like that? Especially hooking to a breaker on the wall in stead of a switch on the saw?

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