How to Replace a Delta Table Saw Motor – Delta 34-670 Table Saw
In this video demonstrate how to replace a delta table saw motor. This is the Delta 34-670 table saw and replacing the motor took me about 1.5 hours including replacing the switch and the circuit breaker. The motor I purchased can be used to replace Delta part numbers 1313314 , 1313314P , 1313314R , 1313314U , 1313316 , 1313319.
0:10 Remove the Protective Cover
0:45 Remove motor bolts
1:10 Remove old motor
1:29 Wire up connections
2:02 Install new motor
3:00 Install switch & circuit breaker
If this video helped you, please leave a comment. I didn’t expect a lot of people to search for this but to my surprise there were several comments thanking me for the video.
Parts and Tools Used
The replacement motor that I used was found on EReplacementParts here.
To buy a replacement blade: Diablo 10″ 80T 5/8″
Thank you to “Getting Past” for pointing out that the part number was missing from my YouTube video.
Removal of Old Motor
Removing the old motor was a bit of a challenge since it was at a distance where I had to extend my arms. I had to remove the switch and breaker from the cabinet face allowing me to work on these on my workbench at a comfortable standing position.
Installation of New Motor
I was skeptical of the replacement motor as it looked much different. However, after installation and the initial test I was impressed with its ability. I have since used the saw on many projects.
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