A motor repair shop should be able to troubleshoot your motor. If
they can repair it, then then that is the best option for you. If the
motor is beyond repair, then the shop usually can get replacements in
IEC frame sizes that will directly replace the original equipment. I
wouldn't use Garrett-Wade because the prices will be inflated being
I have an Inca saw as well as a couple of other European WW machines
which I'm having the 240V 3 phase motors replaced with single phase
240V by a motor repair shop.
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