Wiring help needed for Delta table saw
About 2 weeks ago, I bought a reconditioned Delta 36-715 hybrid saw with a T-2 fence. They didn't have the fence in stock, so they had to ship it to me. Since I didn't have the fence yet, all I had done was to clean up and wax the top, assemble the guard/splitter, and calibrate everything. I had fired it up and everything seemed fine, but I had not cut anything yet.
The fence arrived yesterday and after putting it on, I made my virgin cuts today. Problem...no matter what I tried to cut, about 2 inches into the cut, the blade started slowing down to an eventual stop. When I pulled back the wood, it would start up again. Also, the motor is very hot (first table saw so I don't know if this is abnormal. Obviously something is wrong.
The saw is supposed to be wired to 120V out of the box, and as that's how my garage is wired, that's how I was going to run it. Thinking there might be a wiring problem, I popped off the cover and this is what I found.
Gray wired to Red
Black wired to Black
Yellow wired to White
The inside cover diagram leads me to believe that this is the wiring set up for 240, not 120.
As best as I can tell from the wiring diagram, it almost reads as if the 120 wiring should be:
Black, black, and red all wired together.
Gray, yellow, and white all wired together.
But what little I know about circuitry, this can't be right. Any idea as to the proper wiring for 120V?
And have I destroyed the motor by running it set up like this? If so, I have a 6 month warranty, and clearly it was miswired when it was sold. If no permanent damage has been done, then I suppose it's no big deal.