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DRILL PRESS NEEDS TO BE SPUN BY HAND TO START THEN IS FINE NO# ON MOTER STARTER IS-e142139--cbb60b --250vac 50/60hz

cbb60b 250vac 50/60hz
Its probably your capacitor or start switch. I'd start with the cap. It gives the motor a bit of umph to get going from a stop. It's usually located on the side of the motor under a sheet metal cover. Use care when handling as there is a risk of shock. Do not touch the terminals. Check the ratings on the side in mfd, voltage and then dimensions. It usually needs to fit somewhere.

Hope that helps.
8 months ago
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mattw
 

What is comparable to Furnas 3PH, Motor Starter Cat # 14EF32AA71

Looking for a replacement
I would go with a Item # 5XHE4

Cant go wrong with solid state overload protection. No thermal heaters elements to go bad, plus amperage and trip class adjustability to fine tune your motors protection.

Mtr Starter,NEMA 1,3 Pole,240VAC,9-45A

Number of Poles 3, 25 Amps AC, Aux. Contact Configuration NO, Coil Volts 240VAC, 2 HP @ 1 Phase - 120V, 3 HP @ 1 Phase - 230V, 7 1/2 HP @ 3 Phase - 208V
8 months ago
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