Have you done the suggestions in this old string? It covers a lot of possible issues, most of which have to do with sawdust getting into the works. Top of the table dust collection is a pretty important element of woodworking with any power tool, particularly if you wood isn't really dry.
None of the posts in this string mention sawdust collection, although sawdust in the works seems to be an issue. So once you find the cure from this very informative string, and you don't have a sawdust collection setup in your fence, above the table, it would be a good thing. I have a Triton that's been trouble free for a long time, but I have a strong Dust collection setup. It also helps to have your router plate inserts close in size to the diameter of the bit, less room for sawdust to get below the table where most of the mischief gets done. I popped for a Woodpecker mounting plate, extra thick aluminum with twist lock inserts, then bought their set of inserts with openings from very small to very large.
This is a behind the fence dust port. Cheap from any of the woodworking stores. You can hook up a 2.5 inch flex hose to it, then run that into a Dust Deputy cyclone cone. Below: To me is the minimum for dust collection in a small shop. To not at least have something like this is endangering your health. Those microscopic bits of sawdust lodge forever in your lungs. And some wood species ARE carcinogenic.
This setup requires a large Shop Vac and about $100 for the cone, bucket and hoses. Buy all parts from the same supplier, there is no universal standard on dimensions.
This is by far the best trouble shooting string for Triton that has been posted. I'm saving the link for next time.
BTW, welcome. Sounds like you've been at woodworking for awyile.