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motor starts slow

I have a 10" radial arm craftsman model num. 113.199250 the saw looks brand new when I bought it ,but when I turn it on it starts slow for about 10 sec then speeds up to normal speed but not mutch cutting power it bogs down pretty bad any advice
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I have a 10" radial arm craftsman model num. 113.199250 the saw looks brand new when I bought it ,but when I turn it on it starts slow for about 10 sec then speeds up to normal speed but not mutch cutting power it bogs down pretty bad any advice
Bad capictor?

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Disconnect the power.
Remove any and all belts, turn each section by hand to check for seized bearings. If so, change them.
Reassemble and make sure any belts are properly adjusted.
If its still slow and weak, change the capacitors.

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Using an extension cord? Sounds like voltage drop to me. A bad capacitor would stop the motor from spinning at all

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