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#1 posted 10-01-2018 06:03 PM

How did this work out for you? The cap is an easy fix,

if its the Magnetic start switch thats pricey. It can be DIY. The electronic parts are third party exact replacements may not be manufactured. If you understand what your buying you can buy components on Amazon and Ebay and rebuild the starter.

The cheap way to do it is to use a Grizzly magnetic starter. they have several choose the one for the amps your motor draws.

My unisaw doesn’t like to work below 45 degrees and occasionally I have to whack the starter box to shake saw dust off the relay.

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