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I have been using with no problem then sawdust filled up in cavity so I took apart and cleaned. Now it trips the breaker as soon as I turn on. The reset and house breaker
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I have been using with no problem then sawdust filled up in cavity so I took apart and cleaned. Now it trips the breaker as soon as I turn on. The reset and house breaker
I would pull the top cover, remove the dust cover for the head, and check the blower to see if it is packed with debris.
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I have been using with no problem then sawdust filled up in cavity so I took apart and cleaned. Now it trips the breaker as soon as I turn on. The reset and house breaker
I would pull the top cover, remove the dust cover for the head, and check the blower to see if it is packed with debris.
. I have already checked and cleaned everything
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post #4 of 7 Old 04-23-2017, 09:08 PM
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. I have already checked and cleaned everything
It would not trip the breaker IF the cutterhead was jammed or the feed rollers were jammed. See if the cutterhead will rotate manually, unplugged of course. If the motor pulley is accessible then try to rotate that also. Something is jammed up. :frown2:

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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I will check that thanks
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I agree. Check the drive train for chip(s) jammed in and preventing movement.

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. I have already checked and cleaned everything
Worth a double check, and as others have mentioned, checking to make sure the head will turn.

Something is obviously stopping the motor from turning, that is probably why it is popping the breaker. There is a fan that helps with the removal of the debris, I've personally seen it get clogged, and resist turning, that is why I mentioned it.
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