20 Most Recent Baldor 1022w 10" Bench Grinder, 1 Hp, Single Phase -new Questions & Answers


You could connect the wires of the switch together inside and bypass the switch. Then I would connect in the power cable a switch rated for 1 hp. You can use surface mount electrical box, with two cable connectors (one for the cable going into the grinder, the other for the cable going to the male cord end of the cable. Install a 120 volt switch inside the box (similar to the light switch in the wall). Make sure that the switch is rated for 1 hp. I would install the switch under the bench, under the grinder.

Joe

Baldor 1022w 10"... | Answered on Jul 11, 2018


OC3012F12SPCYL OIL CAP 12MFD/370V
Thats number the neccesary part for your grinder 12 mfd think about a fitting size of the capacitor and model if you will know for sure here is the information to get .

http://www.baldor.com/brands/baldor-dodge/contact-us/contact


https://www.baldorvip.com/servlet/productInfoPacket/1022W.pdf

Baldor 1022w 10"... | Answered on Jul 05, 2017


first off what does the plug look like? that would be one clue and also usually under the bottom plate there is a wiring breakdown. Let me know if you need more help

Baldor 1022w 10"... | Answered on May 12, 2011


Much would depend on whether it is a start capacitor or a start/run capacitor.
If there is a switch on the end of the rotor operated by centrifugal weights it will be a start capacitor only but if there is no centrifugal switch the capacitor will need to do double-duty and the value could be critical.

Contacting a dealer or the manufacturer would be favourite but a motor specialist might be able to make a recommendation. Guessing isn't really an option and the working voltage of the capacitor is equally important. Most generic capacitors are rated in dc volts and for them to be safe used on ac mains the working voltage must be considerably higher than the rms value of the ac mains. It is best to use only capacitors rated for ac mains.

You will probably find the capacitor as a spare part from a dealer will be prohibitively expensive but once the value has been discovered and if possible the manufacturer, part number and so forth, great savings can be made by sourcing direct from the capacitor manufacturer.

I recently paid less than £5 plus carriage plus VAT for a capacitor the machine manufacturer wanted more then £60 for.
Good luck!

Baldor Grinders | Answered on Nov 04, 2015


Grinding chrome is not recomended on a bench grinder

Baldor Grinders | Answered on Apr 12, 2012


near as I can figure they should be a 10-32 x 3/8 serated bolt. the website doesn't define the parts that well

Baldor Grinders | Answered on Aug 18, 2009


Some grinders have tapered, threaded shafts that allow the use of soft buffing or metal polishing wheels, could that also apply to yours?

Baldor Grinders | Answered on Jun 26, 2009


Mmmm... that's a little more complicated. If you have a continuity / resistance meter, we can noodle it out, though.

First, are the two white wires the ONLY wires coming from the motor? I suspect they are - that's not in conformance with any accepted color code, but it'll work. For the rest of this, I'll assume that the two white wires are the only ones from the motor.

You'll need to meter the switch itself, with no wires connected to it. In the OFF position, you shouldn't find continuity between any of the four switch contacts. In the ON position, you should find continuity between two pairs of contacts.

The black wire from the power cord should go to ONE of the two switch contacts in a pair that have continuity with the switch turned ON. One (either) of the white wires from the motor should go to the other switch contact IN THAT PAIR.

That leaves you with one more pair that has continuity with the switch turned ON. The white wire from the power cord goes to one of those, and the second white wire from the motor goes to the other one.

When you have it all wired up, plug it in & turn it on. If it's not right, it should immediately pop your circuit breaker. If it IS right, it should run fine.

If it pops your circuit breaker, open it back up and swap one wire from the power cord and one wire from the motor.

Grinders | Answered on Oct 06, 2019


One turn.

Grinders | Answered on Mar 05, 2019


Find a Single Pole Single Throw (spst) toggle switch at the local hardware store rated for the load of the grinder. Wire the switch in place and viola you are done! Machines are stupid;they can tell the difference between an oem part and a replacement.

Grinders | Answered on Jul 11, 2018


You can get a replacement toggle switch at any hardware store look in the electrical department.

Grinders | Answered on Jul 11, 2018


I cleaned all the wiring connectors etc and used a 4-way extension cord with an i/o switch and thermal/arc breaker surge protector thingy. I had a piece of thick cable with a molded three prong plug which I had removed from a dead paper shredder (I think??) and connected the ground to the case (previously not connected) the black to the black and white to the white. I taped the connections and plugged the test cable into the extension thingy with its switch off and plugged it into the wall outlet. Then, with the grinder switch on, I gingerly switched on the extension thingy and the grinder (sans all moving parts) ie just the motor case and spindle (held securely in the B&D workmate) and viola(!) it worked fine and built up to very fast. I switched off the grinder switch and the motor slowed, taking an age to come to rest.
Then, I fitted a grinding wheel on the left hand thread end, tightened everything and retested, using the grinder switch to start it and it spun really fast.
Soooo, I guess the secure ground is an essential feature of a capacitor induction motor. I checked some old furnace motors that were "maturing" in the basement and they had no capacitor but only 2 wires...
I am now trying to remember which parts came off last and put it all back together. I plan to test it each time I put a part back...just in case. I hate it when you fix something on the bench and when rebuilt, it won't work...don't ask about the electric starter on the snowblower..not a happy puppy!
Please, pretty please and then some, do tell me if my "fix" is wrong and I could risk all kinds of nastiness.
Thanks,
Jenni.

Grinders | Answered on Jun 13, 2018


Jet 577102 is a bench grinder with 1HP motor. It has got guards on the grinding wheel. Dust vents and guard makes the grinder makes it an efficient grinder. 115 Volt is needed to run this high performance grinder.

Grinders | Answered on Jun 09, 2018


Sometimes it could be like this contact by the centrifugal interrupter or the powerswitch or startcapacitor (only if its buzzing) an other kind of relay switch it should be simple to measure it .but to adjust it for time release can be ??.
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Grinders | Answered on Mar 12, 2018


To convert it its possible more expensive then buy an other grinder but there is some trick to connect in serial on the powercord a light bulb on a special choosen ability differs on the RPM or use a variable power resistor also in serial connection between on one of the 2 wires on the powercord.

Grinders | Answered on Feb 28, 2018

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