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  • #16
    Papabear
    Here another good forum that I like to visit, give it a try also http://www.woodworking.org/
    Good luck
    PS I worked for a company in Dallas for 11 years so I have spent sometime there. I'm sure you'll find some good people to work wood with.

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    • #17
      Ditto on the plug covers. My father-in-law's shop burned down and the fire inspector said it was from a build up of sawdust in an outlet!

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      • #18
        <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Dave Arbuckle:
        PapaBear, Dallas has a great woodworking club, the North Texas Woodworker's Association. Web site is at http://www.ntwa.org . Next meeting is next Tuesday. Visitors are always welcome.

        Dave
        <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

        Dave,
        Thanks for the info on the ntwa.org site. I have looked it up and hopefully I will be at the next meeting on 8/21. I also loved the links on the site.
        ThePapaBear
        thepapabear<BR>When a bureaucrat has a hammer, everything begins to look like a nail.

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        • #19
          I have a TS2412, just under a year old. Does anyone know if my motor can be converted to 220V?? My owners' manual doesn't say anything about it. I have a dedicated 220V outlet in my garage that I would like to take advantage of.
          Greg

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          • #20
            The TS2412 can't be converted to 220V, only the TS2424.

            Jake

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