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Posted on Switching table saw to 240v.

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#1 posted 03-03-2017 04:25 AM

I just had this same issue. I put a 110 plug on wall first thinking 220 would be fine and the plug was cheaper than a 220 plug. It did not work. First time I plugged in the saw cord (which was new also) I saw archs and it burnt the plug. Researching I found out the plug just did not handle it and the saw never turned on either. I went back and changed out the cord and the plug and saw ran like a dream.

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