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#1 posted 07-25-2019 01:49 PM

Thank you gentlemen for the quick responses. Both the video tutorial and the printed manual give a clear warning that the tension has to be relieved before removing the pivot base. I’m sure I’m not the only one who doesn’t have the spanner wrench attached to their machine anymore but maybe not too many people need to disassemble it either.
I see what you mean about dropping in the aux table to cam it, but I’d also like to heed all the warnings about the strength of the torsion spring as well. Thanks for the help.
BTW, the unit I’m getting is the 220 version, was this common? The printed Smithy manual accompanying appears to be generic as it only references 110v. My first 220v power tool, only has three prongs in the plug. Two 110 hot and a neutral I assume. Do I need to ground this plug somehow? The existing 220v outlet in my basement also is only three prongs but the two hot prongs are horizontal (while the machine plug has one horizontal and one vertical) so I will have to rewire it (either the outlet or the plug). Does anyone know if the 220v Smithy SuperShop requires a 15 or 20amp circuit?

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