I have a lot of Harbor Freight Tools, and for the most part, if you do not exceed their obvious limitations, they work fairly well for a hobby shop.
This 91130 Router Table is a glaring exception. I made this video to explain why. After only 12 SECONDS of use, while using the machine for the first time, the machine began belching smoke, and flames, and I had to disassemble it to discover why.
The mental giants at 'Central Machinery' designed a router table, with an ENCLOSED chamber around the collet and bit, so the chips have nowhere
The plastic chips were dropping down into the chamber, and clotting up. The lump of hot plastic rolled around the collet nut like bread dough in a dough machine, until the machine could not overpower the plastic wad. It bogged down, and the plastic caught fire from being buzzed by the nut at (n) RPMs.
I contacted HFT and advised them to RECALL these machines, as I believe they are a lawsuit waiting to happen.
I am not even sure the problem can be corrected, using the current router that is supplied. The solid metal mount would need large holes cut into it, and then I am not sure how the height adjustment would even work, as well as not knowing if the router would remain stable.
I am going to toss the router and use the table with an older craftsman router I have. The table is okay for small projects, but the router and the mount are a disaster.