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I am looking for help with my craftsmen router. WAhen I use it in my router table it will run fine for awhile and then stop. It appears to get wood chips in the motor. Once I clean them out it will run again until it collects more chips.
Is there anyway to correct this problem??????

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I am looking for help with my craftsmen router. WAhen I use it in my router table it will run fine for awhile and then stop. It appears to get wood chips in the motor. Once I clean them out it will run again until it collects more chips.
Is there anyway to correct this problem??????

Thanks
Hi, Welcome to the forum
May want to repost this under "Table Mounted Routing". Will likely get more responses there as this is more for base templates, users manuals and the like.
As far as your problem goes. First thought that comes to me is what kind of dust collection are you using?

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What model number of Craftsman router are you using in your table,some come with a vac.pickup tube that you fit up to keep the chips out of the motor when you use it upside down...

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I am looking for help with my craftsmen router. WAhen I use it in my router table it will run fine for awhile and then stop. It appears to get wood chips in the motor. Once I clean them out it will run again until it collects more chips.
Is there anyway to correct this problem??????

Thanks



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