I have the subject table saw and she quit on me recently, won't run. When she stopped, I thought the problem was the joemex breaker so I replaced it. The saw ran but produced a lot of "blue light" so I shut her off and now she won't run again.
Is it possible I got the breaker connections backwards? I've since replaced the on/off switch but again, no joy...
The motor has no reset switch that I can locate, nor a start capacitor that I can see. Perhaps one might be under the black housing on the back end of the motor?
Many thanks for your kind reply,
Well, it's finally turning out alright! I used same router trick for the opposite side of the board, and it worked just wonderfully. After maybe an hour and a half of sanding, I got it super smooth (the router gouged pretty deep in some places and I had to sand the whole surface down to the level of the gouges) and then routed in a couple of inset spots on the bottom to lift it by and added a no-drip edge groove. Now I've applied the first bit of mineral oil to it and it looks so stinking good. Starting another cutting board right now! Hopefully the second one will be far less eventful...