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post #1 of 8 Old 01-02-2020, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Hello from Northwest Pennsylvania!!!!

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Hi and welcome to WoodworkingTalk!

Somehow it is hard to imagine someone from Northwest Pennsylvania saying, "Y'all!" Shouldn't you be south of the Mason-Dixon Line to say that?

Tell us some more about what you like to do or plan to do with wood. Post some photos of your projects or plans or shop or whatever. I get inspiration from the people here and the photos they post.
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Welcome, lots of friendly people here with varying experiences that are always eager to give their 2 cent's worth,
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Hi and welcome to WoodworkingTalk!

Somehow it is hard to imagine someone from Northwest Pennsylvania saying, "Y'all!" Shouldn't you be south of the Mason-Dixon Line to say that?

Tell us some more about what you like to do or plan to do with wood. Post some photos of your projects or plans or shop or whatever. I get inspiration from the people here and the photos they post.
You are absolutely right, I was born and raised south of the Mason-Dixon. I am a 69 year old woodworking rookie. For my first project, I have just started refurbishing a Sears Craftsman model 113.226680 10" Direct Drive Table Saw. I have cleaned up all the old grud and saw dust, cleaned the rusted off of the the cast iron table top and wings, repainted the cast iron wing where required, waxed the cast iron top and wings, repainted the case, lub'd it up and now I am left with replacing the on/off switch. I just received a new Powertec model 71007 paddle switch which I am assuming I can replace the old switch with with some modification. The old switch is wired with hot line (black) to hot load (black) to motor relay, line neutral (white) to motor neutral (white), Line ground (green) to saw chassis, motor (red) to relay, motor (black) to relay. I am assuming that the new switch wires similarly except the Line neutral will no loner be directly connected to the motor neutral wire. I presume the the line neutral (white) will need to wire thru the new switch to the motor neutral (white).

The next project after I complete the saw will be a full height book case cabinet for my network equipment and Blu Ray/DVD Storage.
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Hi and welcome to WoodworkingTalk!

Somehow it is hard to imagine someone from Northwest Pennsylvania saying, "Y'all!" Shouldn't you be south of the Mason-Dixon Line to say that?

Tell us some more about what you like to do or plan to do with wood. Post some photos of your projects or plans or shop or whatever. I get inspiration from the people here and the photos they post.
You are correct, I was born 69 years ago and raised south of the Mason-Dixon Line in Virginia. I have been doing very basic carpentry and light woodworking over the years. I just started refurbishing a Craftsman Table Saw left to me by my Father In-Law. Got most of the work done but still need to replace the on/off switch.

I tried posting before with pictures but I haven't seen the post so I assumed it wasn't accepted.

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Bob - there is something in your post that keeps tripping a sensor.
I keep approving your post with photos but somehow it reverts back to
awaiting approval. if this continues, I will alert Admin to see what
the issue is.

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Bob - there is something in your post that keeps tripping a sensor.
I keep approving your post with photos but somehow it reverts back to
awaiting approval. if this continues, I will alert Admin to see what
the issue is.

John

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Thanks John. I did manage to get the pictures posted in the Power Tools & Machinery section. Is there anything I need to look at?

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not at this time, Bob.
when a post trips a sensor, the moderators see it pretty quickly
and address it accordingly. normally, it is just a quick approval
and it goes on its way without any further issues.

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