Turning Archive 2005
>The other thread is quite buried by now, but, as promised, I e-mailed Powermatic and asked them if the lathe should be left on or unplugged because the inverter remains on when plugged in. Here is their response--at least I think it is a response!
In speaking with one of our technicians, they said that the Lathe does not have to be unplugged if you don't want to unplug it. It won't hurt it either way. He did say that you may want to get a 220V surge protector to help out during storms. He says he doesn't know where you could get one, but he does know that they are out there. Hope this is helpful.
WMH Tool Group
LaVernge, Tn. 37086