I have an old AMF Dewalt radial arm saw, and its a 9" and the capacitor
is history and it was painted and the numbers on it are covered.
Unfortunatly i dont have a manual on it. Does anyone have this saw or
know what capacitor is needed. I believe its the run capacitor.
I believe the pertinent info you need is printed on the capacitor
itself. Take the cover off the cap and see what you can find on it.
Otherwise, take the entire motor to a shop to have them sell you the
appropriate one. (The part you need is dependent on the motor, not what
the motor's mounted to - AFAIK)
I have an MBF and found manuals on OWWM. You can also contact Wolfe
Machinery, www.wolfemachinery.com. If you provide them with the frame
number of the motor, they can supply you with the correct capacitor, or
as the manual calls it, condenser.
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