I have not done the 3612. I have the 2424, and I'm sure there is little difference, if any. You simply need to wire a 220 breaker into your breaker panel, run 2 hots and a ground to a 15 amp receptical, and replace the saw's cord end with a matching 15 amp plug.
Follow the instructions in the manual on how to switch a couple wires on the motor. They are all numbered and labeled. After having the receptical wired, it should take about 1/2 an hour to do the conversion. I would suggest asking a friend to help if you do not feel comfortable with this procedure.
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