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#1 posted 03-06-2018 03:35 AM

Hi there. I’m brand new here. My question is on a 1995 powermatic 15 planer. Just picked it up today and looks to be in excellent condition. We ran some boards through it before I took it homeand worked fine. The power cord was too short for my shop so I had to install a new one like I have for all my 220 machines. I installed the wires exactly like the old cord although I am not getting any power. My meter reads 240-250 volts to the switch but not getting much of a read on the wires going to the motor. ( I’m assuming they are the black and white one in the very bottom of the board)Which indicated to me that it’s most likely the switch. Funny how it worked fine one hour before I installed the cord. It’s a magnetic switch and I’ve tried many times to reset the switch with no results. Am I missing something. By the way, I’ve always been looking on lumberjocks to find information for this and that and you all are very informative. Thought I’d make the next step and join the woodworking community on lumberjocks. Thank you.

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