Craftsman 137.218041 Operator`s manual

Operator's Manual
(RRFTSMRH
3.0 HP (Max. Developed)
10" Inch Blade
5000 R.P.M.
TABLE SAW
Model No.
137.218041
CAUTION:
Before using this Table Saw, read this manual and
follow all its Safety Rules and Operating
Instructions.
Failure to heed the warnings in this
manual can result in serious injury to the user.
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Warranty ........................................
Product Specifications .......................
Power Tool Safety ............................
Table Saw Safety ..............................
Electrical Requirements and Safety ......
Accessories and Attachments ..............
Tools Needed For Assembly ................
Carton Contents ..............................
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PAGE
Know Your Table Saw .......................
Assembly and Adjustments .................
Operation .......................................
Maintenance ...................................
Troubleshooting Guide .......................
Parts List .........................................
Push Stick Plan .................................
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FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
If this Table Saw fails due to a defect in material or workmanship
Sears will at its option repair or replace it free of charge.
within one year of date of purchase,
Return this Table Saw to a Sears Service Center for repair, or to place of purchase
for replacement.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from
state to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Dept. 817 WA, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling and other construction activities contains
chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some
examples of these chemicals are:
• Lead from lead-based paints
• Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other masonry products
° Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your
exposure to these chemicals work in a well-ventilated area and work with approved safety equipmentsuch
as
dust masks that are spec a y des gned to f ter out m croscop c part c es.
MOTOR
HP(Maximum developed) ......
Type ..................................
Amps .................................
Voltage ..............................
Hz ......................................
RPM (no load) ......................
Overload Protection .............
3.0
Universal
15
120
60
5000
YES
SAW
Table Size ........................
Table Extensions ...............
Extension Fence Capacity...
Blade Size ........................
Rip Fence ........................
Miter Gauge ......................
Maximum Cut Depth @ 90°..
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45°..
Maximum Diameter Dado
Maximum Dado Cut Width...
Net Weight ........................
26-7/64" x 17-5/8"
Yes - Three
24" Right & Left
10"
YES
YES
3"
2-1/2"
6"
1/2"
52 LBS
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To avoid electrical hazards, fire hazards or damage to the table saw, use proper circuit protection.
This table saw is wired at the factory for 110-120 Volt operation. It must be connected to a 110-120 Volt / 15 Ampere
time delay fuse or circuit breaker. To avoid shock or fire, replace power cord immediately if it is worn, cut or
damaged in any way.
Before using your table saw, it is critical that you read and understand these safety rules. Failure to follow these
rules could result in serious injury to you or damage to the table saw.
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safety rules.
Before using your table saw, it is critical that you read and understand these
Failure to follow these rules could result in serious injury or damage to the table saw.
Good safety practices are a combination of common
sense, staying alert and understanding how to use your
power tool. To avoid mistakes that could cause serious
injury, do not plug in your power tool until you have read
and understood the following safety rules:
1.
accessories. The use of improper accessories may
cause injury to you or damage to the tool.
15. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES.
Form the habit of checking to see that keys and
adjusting wrenches are removed from the tool
before turning ON.
READ and become familiar with this entire
Operator's Manual. LEARN the tool's applications,
limitations and possible hazards.
16. NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNATTENDED.
TURN THE POWER "OFF". Do not leave the tool
before it comes to a complete stop.
2. _
Look for this symbol that
identifies important safety precautions. It indicates a
potentially hazardous situation where your safety is
involved. You must adhere to the safety instructions
to avoid serious inury or possible death.
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8.
9.
17. NEVER STAND ON TOOL. Serious injury could
occur if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool is
unintentionally contacted.
18. DO NOT OVERREACH.
balance at all times.
Look for this symbol that
identifies important safety precautions. It indicates
an imminently hazardous situation where your safety
is involved. You must adhere to the safety
instructions to avoid serious injury or possible death.
Keep proper footing and
19. MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE. Keep tools sharp
and clean for most efficient and safest performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing
accessories.
DO NOT USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS
such as damp or wet locations or exposure to rain.
Keep work area well lighted.
20. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS. Before further
use of the tool, a guard or other part that is damaged
should be carefully/checked to ensure it will operate
properly and perform its intended function. Check
for alignment of moving parts binding of moving
parts, mounting and any other conditions that may
affect its safe operation. A guard or other part that is
damaged shou[d be properly repaired or replaced.
DO NOT use power tools in the presence of
flammable liquids or gases.
21. MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF with padlocks,
master switches or by removing starter keys.
KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered areas and
benches invite accidents.
22. DO NOT operate the tool if you are under the
influence of any drugs, alcohol or medication that
could impair your ability to use the tool safely.
NEVER OPERATE THIS MACHINE WITHOUT THE
SAFETY GUARD IN PLACE FOR ALL THROUGHSAWING OPERATIONS.
KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. All visitors should be kept
at a safe distance from the work area.
23. USE A DUST COLLECTION SYSTEM wherever
possible. Dust generated from certain materials can
be hazardous to your health and in some cases, a
fire hazard. Always operate the power tool in a wellventilated area with adequate dust removal.
DO NOT FORCE THE TOOL. It will do the job
better and safer at the rate for which it was designed.
10. USE THE RIGHT TOOL. Don't force the tool or
attachment to do a job for which it is not designed.
24. ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION. Any power
tool can throw foreign objects into your eyes which
could cause permanent eye damage. ALWAYS wear
safety goggles (not glasses) that comply with ANSI
safety standard Z87.1. Everyday glasses have only
impact resistant lenses. They ARE NOT safety
glasses.
NOTE: Glasses or goggles not in compliance with
ANSI Z87.1 could cause serious injury when they
break.
11. WEAR PROPER APPAREL. DO NOT wear loose
clothing, gloves, neckties, rings, bracelets or other
jewelry which may get caught in moving parts. Nonslip footwear is recommended. Wear protective hair
covering to contain long hair.
12. WEAR A FACE MASK OR DUST MASK. Sawing,
cutting and sanding operations produce dust.
25. DIRECTION OF FEED. Feed work into a blade or
cutter against the direction of rotation of the blade or
cutter only.
13. DISCONNECT TOOLS before servicing and when
changing accessories such as blades, cutters, etc.
14. REDUCE THE RISK OF UNINTENTIONAL
STARTING. Make sure the switch is in the OFF
position before plugging into the power supply.
USE ONLY RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES.
Consult the Operator's Manual for recommended
26. DO NOT AUTHORZE ADDITIONAL USERS to
operate this power tool without the accompanying
operators manual for which the user must read &
understand.
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ALWAYS USE SAW BLADE GUARD, splitter and
anti-kickback pawls for every operation for which they
can be used, including through-sawing. Throughsawing operations are those in which the blade cuts
completely through the workpiece when ripping or
cross-cutting.
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ALWAYS HOLD WORK FIRMLY against the miter
gauge or rip fence.
USE A PUSH STICK when required. Always use a
push stick when ripping narrow stock. Refer to
ripping instructions in this Operator's Manual where
the push stick is covered in detail. A pattern for
making your own push stick is included on page 30.
12. PROVIDE ADEQUATE SUPPORT to the rear and
the sides of the saw table for long or wide workpieces.
13. AVOID KICKBACKS (work thrown back towards you)
by keeping the blade sharp, the rip fence parallel to
the saw blade and by keeping the splitter, antikickback pawls and guards in place and functioning.
Do not release work before it has passed all the way
past the saw blade & is off the table. Do not rip work
that is twisted, warped or does not have a straight
edge to guide it along the fence.
14. AVOID AWKWARD OPERATIONS and hand
positions where a sudden slip could cause your hand
to move into the saw blade.
NEVER PERFORM ANY OPERATION "FREE
HAND", which means using only your hands to
support or guide the workpiece. Always use either the
fence or the miter gauge to position and guide the
work.
15. NEVER USE SOLVENTS to clean plastic parts.
Solvents could possibly dissolve or otherwise
damage the material. Only a soft damp cloth should
be used to clean plastic parts,
DANGER: FREEHAND CUTTING IS THE MAJOR
CAUSE OF KICK-BACK & FINGER/HAND
AMPUTATIONS.
16. MOUNT your table saw on a bench or stand before
performing any cutting operations. Refer to
ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENTS on page 9.
NEVER STAND or have any part of your body in line
with the path of the saw blade. Keep your hands out
of the saw blade path,
NEVER REACH behind or over the cutting tool for
any reason.
NEVER use a rip fence when cross cutting.
8. DO NOT USE a molding head with this saw.
9. FEED WORK INTO THE BLADE against the
direction of rotation only.
10.NEVER use the rip fence as a cut-off gauge when
cross-cutting.
11.NEVER ATTEMPT TO FREE A STALLED SAW
BLADE without first turning the saw OFF. Turn
power switch OFF and disconnect the plug from the
power source immediately to prevent motor damage
& before removing material
17. NEVER CUT METALS or materials which may make
hazardous dust.
18. ALWAYS USE IN WELL-VENTILATED AREA.
Remove sawdust frequently. Clean out sawdust from
the interior of the saw to prevent a potential fire
hazard. Attach a vacuum to the dust port for
additional sawdust removal.
19. NEVER LEAVE THE SAW running unattended. Do
not leave the saw until it comes to a complete stop.
20. FOR proper operation follow the instructions in this
Operator's Manual. Failure to provide sawdust fallthrough and removal hole will allow sawdust to build
up in the motor area resulting in a fire hazard and
potential motor damage (see page 10 for details).
21. DO NOT AUTHORIZE ADDITIONAL USERS to
operate this power tool without the accompanying
operators manual for which the user must read and
understand.
22. THE REAR OF THE TABLE INSERT MUST BE
FLUSH TO THE TABLE during all sawing operations.
Two different inserts are provided for regular throughsawing operations and dado cutting where a rubber
adjusting spacer is provided under the rear of the
insert for this purpose.
23. DO NOT USE A DADO BLADE LARGER THAN 6"
in diameter and ½" in width.
POWER SUPPLY
REQUIREMENTS
To avoid electrical hazards, fire hazards or damage to
the table saw, use proper circuit protection. Always
use a separate electrical circuit for your tools. This
power tool is wired at the factory for 120V operation.
Connect it to a 120V, 15 Amp circuit and use a 15
Amp time delay fuse or circuit breaker. To avoid
shock or fire, replace the cord immediately if it is
worn, cut or damaged in any way.
EXTENSION
CORD REQUIREMENTS
Any extension cord must be GROUNDED for safe
operation.
MINIMUM GAUGE FOR EXTENSION CORDS
(AWG type / 120 Volt only)
Ampere Rating
Total length in feet
Not
More Than
More Than
25'
50'
100'
150'
0
6
18
16
16
14
6
10
18
16
14
12
10
12
16
16
14
12
GUIDELINES
FOR EXTENSION
CORDS
Any extension cord used for power tools MUST be
grounded (3 wire with two flat prongs and one round
ground prong).
GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS
IN THE EVENT OF A MALFUNCTION OR
BREAKDOWN, grounding provides a path of least
resistance for electric current and reduces the risk of
electric shock. This saw is equipped with an electric cord
that has an equipment grounding conductor and a
grounding plug. The plug MUST be plugged into a
matching receptacle that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with ALL local codes and
ordinances.
DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG PROVIDED. If it will not fit
the receptacle, have the proper receptacle installed by a
qualified electrician.
IMPROPER CONNECTION of the equipment grounding
conductor can result in risk of electric shock. The
conductor (wire) with the green insulation (with or without
yellow stripes) is the equipment grounding conductor. If
repair or replacement of the electric cord or plug is
necessary, DO NOT connect the equipment grounding
conductor to a live terminal.
CHECK with a qualified electrician or service personnel if
you do not completely understand the grounding
instructions, or if you are not sure the saw is properly
grounded.
USE ONLY 3-WIRE EXTENSION CORDS THAT HAVE
3-PRONG GROUNDING PLUGS AND 3-POLE
GROUNDING RECEPTACLES THAT ACCEPT THE
SAW'S PLUG. REPAIR OR REPLACE DAMAGED OR
WORN CORDS IMMEDIATELY.
Make sure the extension cord is in good condition. When
using an extension cord, make sure you use one heavy
enough to carry the current the tool will draw. An
undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting
in loss of power and overheating. The table above shows
the correct size to use according to extension cord length
and nameplate ampere rating. If in doubt, use the next
heavier gauge cord. The smaller the gauge number the
heavier the cord.
NOTE: THE 12 TO 16 AMP RATING IS CORRECT FOR
THIS TOOL. IT IS HIGHLIGHTED IN THE TABLE
ABOVE.
3-Prong
Plug
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Grounding Prong
"_" Properly Grounded
3-Prong Receptacle
Grounding Lug
Be sure your extension cord is properly wired and in good
condition. Always replace a damaged extension cord or
have it repaired by a qualified person before using it.
Protect your extension cords from sharp objects,
excessive heat and damp or wet areas.
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Before connecting the saw to the extension cord, make
sure the saw switch is turned OFF.
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RECOMMENDED
ACCESSORIES
UNPACKING
AND
CHECKING
CONTENTS
• For missing or damaged parts on initial
purchase, call 800-843-1682
• To order parts, call 800-366-7278
Visit your Sears Hardware Department or see the
Craftsman Power and Hand Tools Catalog to purchase
recommended accessories for this power tool.
To avoid the risk of personal injury:
• Do not use adjustable (wobble) type dadoes or carbide
tipped dado blades.
• Maximum dado width is 1/2".
• Do not use a dado with a diameter larger than 6".
• Do not use molding head set with this saw.
• Do not modify this power tool or use accessories not
recommended by Sears.
Separate all parts from packing materials. Check each
part with the illustration on the next page and the "Table
of Loose Parts" to make certain all items are accounted
for, before discarding any packing material.
If any part is missing or damaged, do not attempt to
assemble the table saw, plug in the power cord, or turn
the switch ON until the missing or damaged part is
obtained and is installed correctly.
TABLE OF LOOSE PARTS
TOOLS
ITEM
A.
B.
C.
NEEDED
13mm Wrench
Adjustable
Phitlips
wrench
screwdriver
Straight
edge
Combination
square
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M
N.
O.
P.
STAND
Q.
R.
S.
T.
U.
V.
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
Table saw assembly
1
Blade guard and splitter
1
Bolt, flat washer, toothed washer,
1 each
Oval washer, spring washer
Rip fence, handle & nut
1
Hand wheels
2
Dome nuts
2
Hand wheel handle
2
Dado table insert
1
Miter gauge
1
Hex key
2
Blade wrenches
2
Table extension fences
2
Locking Knobs
4
Blade
1
Dust chute
1
Dust bag
1
Short Upper Support
Long Upper Support
Short Bottom Support
Long Bottom Support
Leg
Stand mounting hardware bag
2
2
2
2
4
1
NOTE: To make assembly easier, keep contents of box
together. Apply a coat of automobile wax to the table.
Wipe all parts thoroughly with a clean dry cloth. This will
reduce friction when pushing the workpeice.
UNPACKING
YOUR TALBE
SAW:
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Table
insert
Blade guard
Rip fence
Left extension
fence
Side table
extension
Miter gauge
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Table
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Right extension
fence
Table lock
handles
Blade bevel
lock knob
Blade tilt pointer
Blade
Blade tilting
handwheel
tilt scale
ON/OFF
Blade elevation
handwheel
switch
with safety key
Overload
switch
p fence storage
hooks
reset
Stand
Front stand
mounting
Dust collection
hole_,
bag
Anti-kickback
Blade
Splitter
Splitter
_nches
Rear mounting
holes
bracket
pawls
Assemble stand (Fig. A)
1. Unpack all parts and group by type and size (Fig. A).
Refer to parts list for quantities.
2. Attach one long upper support (12) to top of leg (1) using
one square neck bolt (2) and nut (8).
NOTE: Snug bolts until stand is properly aligned (see
step #9 before tightening).
3. Attach other end of long upper support to top of another
leg using one square neck bolt and nut.
4. Attach one long bottom support (3) to center of each leg
using square neck bolts and nuts. This completes the
front frame section.
5. Assemble rear frame section in exactly the same way.
6. Join front and rear frame assemblies using two short
upper supports (9) and two short bottom supports (t3),
square neck bolts and nuts.
7. Insert large hex head bolt (4) into rubber foot (5) and
insert into bottom of leg. Fasten with washer (6) and nut
(7). Repeat for each leg.
8. Attach one hook (14) to the left of the stand. Attach two
hooks to the right of the stand for the rip fence storage.
9. Place stand on level surface and adjust so all legs are
contacting the floor and are at similar angles to the floor.
Tighten all bolts.
NOTE: Stand should not rock after all bolts are tightened.
Fig. B
Fig. A
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Assemble table saw to stand (Fig. A, B)
1. Place protective corrugated cardboard or old
blanket on floor to protect the saw table surface.
2. Place the saw up-side down on the protective
material (Fig. B).
3. Position the dust chute between the stand and saw.
4. Position the stand up-side down on the saw base.
NOTE: Make sure front of stand and front of saw
are facing the same direction.
5. Line up the four holes in saw base, dust chute and
stand.
6. Fasten saw to dust chute to stand using four bolts
(10), washers (t 1) and nuts (8).
NOTE: Place washer on each bolt before inserting
into saw base and through the support. Nut must
be flush against the bracket (see Fig. A).
7. Tighten all four nuts.
NOTE: DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN NUTS HOLDING
SAW TO STAND. THIS MAY DAMAGE THE SAW
BASE.
8. Carefully set the saw in its upright position on a
clean level surface.
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SAW MOUNTED TO WORK SURFACE (FIG. C)
1. If the leg set will not be used, the saw must be
properly secured to a sturdy workbench using the
four mounting holes at the base of the saw.
2. The surface of the table where the saw is to be
mounted must have a hole large enough to facilitate
sawdust fall-through and removal.
3. Square the saw on the mounting surface and mark
the location of the four 3/8" mounting holes (1).
4. Drill 3/8" hole into the mounting surface.
5. Mark an 11" square (2) centered between the four
mounting holes (t).
6. Cut out and remove the square.
7. This opening will allow sawdust to fall through the
saw base.
8. Place the saw on the work surface, and align the
mounting holes of the saw with those drilled through
the surface.
9. Fasten the saw to the work surface.
Fig. D
BLADE RAISING HANDWHEEL (FIG. E, F)
1. Attach the up ~ down handwheel (t) to the elevation
rod (2) at the front of the saw.
Make sure the slots (3) in the hub of the
handwheel engage with the pins (4).
2. Attach and tighten the dome nut (5 - Fig. F).
Do not operate this machine on the floor. This is very
dangerous and may cause serious injury.
Fig. C
Fig. E
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Failure to provide the sawdust fall-through hole for use
of the saw when mounted to a work surface and not the
stand will cause sawdust to build up in the motor area,
which may result in fire or cause motor damage.
BLADE TILTING HANDWHEEL (FIG. F)
1. Attach the bevel 0 ° ~ 45 ° handwheel (6) to the blade
tilting rod on the right side of the saw in the same
manner as above.
2. Attach and tighten the handwheel dome nut (5).
Always keep your work area clean, uncluttered and well
lit.
1. If the dust bag is not used, do not work on floor
surfaces that are slippery from sawdust or wax.
2. When using the dust bag some dust will not fall into
the bag but come out through openings in the
housing. Do not cover the motor cooling vents.
Fig. F
INSTALLING THE DUST BAG (FIG. D)
Do not use this saw to cut and/or sand metals. The hot
chips or sparks may ignite sawdust or the bag material.
Place the dust bag around the neck of the dust chute
and tie the dust bag pulling the string tight and secure
with the spring-loaded tie clip.
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RIP FENCE (FIG. G)
1. Thread the fence handle (1) into the cam hole (2)
until tight. Secure by tightening the nut (5) against
the fence head.
2. Lift upward on the rip fence handle (1) so that the
rear holding clamp (3) is fully extended.
3. Place the rip fence on the saw table engaging
the rear holding clamp (3) to the table rear of the
table first, then lower the front end onto the table (4).
4. Push down on the fence handle (1) to lock.
Fig. G
2. Raise the blade arbor (4) (Fig. I) to the maximum
height by turning the blade raising handwheel
counterclockwise.
3. Place the open-end wrench jaws on the flats of the
saw arbor to keep the arbor from turning. (Fig. J)
and place the box-end wrench (8) on the arbor nut
(5), and turn counterclockwise.
4. Remove the arbor nut (5) and outer flange (6).
5. Install the saw blade onto the arbor with the blade
teeth pointing toward the front of the saw.
6. Install the flange (6) against the blade and thread
the arbor nut (5) as far as possible by hand. Ensure
that the blade is flush against the inner side of the
blade flange.
To avoid possible injury and damage to the workpiece
be sure to install the blade with the teeth pointing
toward the front of table in the direction of the rotation
arrow on the blade guard.
Fig. I
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INSTALLING AND CHANGING THE BLADE
(FIG. H, I, J)
To avoid injury from an accidental start, make
sure the switch is in the OFF position and the
plug is not connected to the power source outlet.
To avoid serious injury, table insert must be level
with the table. If the table insert is not level with
the table, adjust the screw (3) until it is level with
the table. To raise the insert, turn the screw
counterclockwise, to lower the insert, turn the
screw clockwise. Note: A rubber adjusting
spacer is provided under rear of insert for this
purpose.
1. Remove the table insert (1) by removing the two
screws (2, 3). Be careful not to lose the rubber
washer that is on the back screw (3) beneath the
table insert. (Fig. H)
7. To tighten the arbor nut (5) place the open-end
wrench jaws on the flats of the saw arbor to keep
the arbor from turning. (Fig. J)
8. Place the box-end wrench (9) on the arbor nut (5),
and turn clockwise (to the rear of the saw table).
9. Replace the blade insert in the table recess, insert
the screws through the front and rear holes and
tighten remembering the rubber washer under the
rear of the insert..
Fig. J
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To avoid injury from a thrown workpiece, blade parts,
or blade contact, never operate saw without the proper
insert in place. Use the original installed insert for all
sawing operations except dado cuts. Use the dado
head insert when using a dado.
BLADE
GUARD
ASSEMBLY
& ALIGNMENT
(FIG. K, L, M)
1. Set the blade to maximum height and the tilt to
zero degrees on the bevel scale with the hand
wheels. Lock the blade lock knob.
Fig. M
Anti-kickback pawl
7
2. Place the spring washer (2), flat washer (3),
external tooth lock washer (4) onto the blade guard
mounting bolt (t). (Fig. K)
5
Fig. K
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Splitter
4
6
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3. Place the oval washer (5) on the pivot rod (6).
(Fig. L)
4. Install the blade guard splitter & bracket assembly
(4) into the rear of the saw table. Thread the bolt (3)
into the internally threaded pivot rod until snug.
NOTE: The blade guard & splitter is removed from
the illustration for clarity.
Fig. L
6
5
5. Lift blade guard arm (7) up and using a straight
edge, align the blade guard splitter (8) with the
saw blade (9). (Fig.M)
6. Shift the splitter assembly to right or left until
parallel alignment to the blade is achieved.
7. When the splitter is properly aligned with the saw
blade, tighten the bolt securely.
NOTE: The splitter must always be correctly aligned
so that the cut workpiece will pass on either side
without binding or twisting to the side.
Improper splitter alignment can cause "kickback" and
Serious injury.
INSTALLING THE TABLE EXTENSION FENCE (FIG.
N, N-l)
NOTE:
A. For right ripping a 10" ~ 14" wide workpiece, the
right extension fence has to be installed in the INRIPposition (Fig. N). For left ripping a 11" ~ 16" wide
workpiece, the left extension fence has to also be
installed in the IN-RIP position. Raise the fence
to a position that just clears the table surface
and secure in place using lock handles (t)for
IN-RIP position.
B. For right ripping a 14" ~ 24" wide workpiece, the
right extension fence has to be installed in the OUTRIP position (Fig. N-l). For left ripping a 16" ~ 24"
wide workpiece, the left extension fence has to be
installed in the OUT-RIP position.
1. Install the locking knobs (t) on the aluminum
extension table.
2. Place the table extension fence (2) on the aluminum
extension table.
3. Raise the fence to the desired location & height and
tighten the lock knobs (t).
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Fig. N-1
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OUT-RIP
ADJUSTMENT
INSTRUCTIONS
RIP FENCE ADJUSTMENT (FIG. P)
1. The fence (1) is moved by lifting up on the locking
handle (2) and sliding the fence to the desired location.
Pushing down on the handle locks the fence in
position.
2. Position the fence on the table and along one edge of
the miter gauge grooves.
3. Lock the fence handle. The fence should be parallel
with the miter gauge groove.
4. If adjustment is needed to make the fence parallel to
the groove, do the following:
• Loosen the two screws (3) and lift up on the handle
(2).
• Hold the fence bracket (4) firmly against the front of
the saw table. Move the far end of the fence until it
is parallel with the miter gauge groove.
• Tighten both screws and push the handle to lock.
5. If fence is loose when the handle is in the locked
(downward) position, do the following:
• Move the handle (2) upward and turn the adjusting
screw (5) clockwise until the rear clamp is snug. Do
not turn the adjusting screw more than 1/4 turn at a
time.
Over-tightening the adjusting screw will cause the fence
to come out of alignment.
To avoid injury from an accidental start, make sure the
switch is in the OFF position and the plug is not
connected to the power source, before making any
adjustments.
USING THE TABLE EXTENSION FENCE (FIG. N-2)
NOTE: The table extension may be used as side support
when cutting large workpieces..
To adjust the table extension position
1. Loosen the two lock knobs (4) on the two extension
tube brackets.
2. Slide the extension tubes in or out to the desired
distance and tighten the two lock knobs (4).
3. Loosen lock knobs (5) and lower the table extension
fence (6) level to the table and tighten the lock knobs
making sure the table extensions are in the out-rip
position.
Fig. N-2
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Failure to properly align fence can cause "kickback"
and serious injury.
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NOTE: The rip fence and blade are aligned parallel to
the miter gauge groove of the table.
Fig. P
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MITER GAUGE ADJUSTMENT (FIG. O)
1. Make sure that the miter gauge will slide freely
through both table grooves.
2. Loosen the lock knob (1). Set the miter head (3) to
90 °
3. Adjust the pointer (2) to 90 ° on the miter gauge scale.
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Note: This miter gauge is designed with positive detents
every 15° for accuracy.
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RIP FENCE INDICATOR ADJUSTMENT (FIG. P)
1. The rip fence indicator (6) points to the measurement
scale (8). The scale shows the distance between the
fence and the blade.
2. Measure the actual distance with a rule. If there is a
difference between the measurement and the
indicator, adjust the indicator (6).
3. Loosen the screw (7) and slide the indicator to the
correct measurement on the scale. Tighten the screw
and re-measure with the rule.
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Toavoidinjuryfromanaccidental
start,makesurethe
switchis intheOFFpositionand the plug is not
connected to the power source outlet.
ADJUSTING THE 90 ° AND 45 ° POSITIVE STOPS
(FIG.Q, Q-l, R)
Your saw has positive stops that will quickly position the
saw blade at 90 ° to the table. Make adjustments only if
necessary.
90 ° Stop
1. Disconnect the saw from the power source.
2. Turn the blade elevation handwheel and raise the
blade to the maximum elevation.
3. Loosen the blade bevel lock knob (2) and move the
blade to the maximum vertical position, then tighten
the lock knob (2).
4. Place a combination square on the table and against
the blade (t) to determine if the blade is 90 ° to the
table. (Fig. Q-l)
5. If the blade is not 90 ° to the table, loosen the two set
screws (4), located on the collar (5) underneath the
table saw, (Fig. R) with the hex key, and back off the
collar..
6. Loosen the bevel lock knob. Turn the blade tilting
handwheel to move the blade until it is 90 ° to the
table.
7. Adjust the collar (5) so it contacts the bracket (3)
when the blade is 90 ° to the table. Tighten the two set
screws (4) (Fig.R).
Fig. Q
Fig. Q-1
90 °
45°
45 ° Stop
1. With the blade in the upright 90 ° position, loosen the
bevel lock knob and move the blade to the 45 °
position as far as it will go.
2. Place the combination square on the table as shown
in Fig.Q-1 to check if the blade is 45 ° to the table.
3. If the blade is not 45 ° to the table, loosen the two set
screws (4), located on the collar (5) underneath the
table saw, (Fig. R) with the hex key, and back off the
collar.
4. Tighten the bevel lock knob & secure the screw (4)
until resistance is felt. Do not overtighten.
BLADE TILT POINTER
1. When the blade is positioned at 90 °, adjust the blade
tilt pointer to read 0 ° on the scale.
2. Loosen the mounting screw, position pointer over 0 °
and tighten the screw.
NOTE: Make a trial cut on scrap wood before making
critical cuts. Measure for exactness.
Fig. R
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BLADE PARALLEL TO THE MITER GAUGE GROOVE
(FIG. S, T)
This adjustment was made at the factory, but it should be
rechecked and adjusted if necessary.
To prevent personal injury:
•
Always disconnect plug from the power source when
making any adjustments.
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This adjustment must be correct or kickback could
result in a serious injury and accurate cuts can not
be made.
1. Remove the safety switch key and unplug the saw.
2. Remove the blade guard for this procedure byt reinstall
and realign after adjustment.
3. Raise the blade to the highest position and set at the 0 °
angle (90 ° straight up).
4. Select and mark, with a felt tip maker, a blade tooth
having a "right set" and rotate the blade so the marked
tooth is ½" above the table.
5. Place the combination square base (1) into the right
side miter gauge groove (2). (Fig. S)
6. Adjust the rule so it touches the front marked tooth and
lock ruler so it holds its position in the square assembly.
7. Rotate the blade bringing the marked tooth to the rear
and about 1/2 inch above the blade.
8. Carefully slide the combination square to the rear until
the ruler touches the marked tooth.
9. If the ruler touches the marked tooth at the front and
rear position, no adjustment is needed at this time. If
not or the base of the rule is no longer parallel with the
edge of the miter gauge groove, perform adjustment
procedure described in next section.
Fig. S
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the blade alignment rod to the RIGHT or LEFT.
Simultaneously measure the distance at the front
and rear of the blade to an edge of a miter slot.
When the distances are with in 1/64" or closer,
tighten both front blade alignment rod strap bolts (3)
while holding the rod firmly in place.
NOTE: The blade alignment rod will only move
slightly to the right.
Additional blade adjustments (Fig. T)
TOOLS REQUIRED
•
10mm open end or 10mm combination wrench
•
4mm hex key
•
Framing square
•
Medium size flat blade screw driver
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
1. Turn saw switch OFF and remove plug from the
power source.
2.
Remove blade guard and splitter assembly, miter
gauge and rip fence,
3.
Using the 10mm hex wrench, slightly loosen the two
middle blade alignment rod strap bolts (1) and tworear blade alignment rod strap bolts (2) (see Fig. T).
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6.
While standing at the rear of the saw, use a medium
size flat blade screwdriver and gently pry the rear of
the blade alignment rod to the LEFT or RIGHT.
Using the framing square, simultaneously measure
the distance at the front and rear of the blade to an
edge of a miter slot. When the distances are within
1/64 or closer, tighten both rear blade alignment rod
strap bolts (2) while holding the rod firmly in place.
NOTE: The blade alignment rod will only move
slightly.
If alignment is not achieved by rear adjustment,
loosen the two front blade alignment rod strap
bolts (3).
While standing at the front of the saw, use a medium
size flat blade screw driver and gently pry the front of
,
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Tighten both middle blade alignment rod strap bolts
(1). NOTE: Re-check to make sure all six bolts are
properly tightened and that the distance from the
front and rear of the blade to the miter gauge groove
are within 1/64thof an inch from one another.
Re-install blade guard and splitter assembly and
adjust the alignment with the blade as outlined
earlier in the owner's manual.
BASIC
SAW OPERATIONS
RAISE THE BLADE (FIG. U)
To raise or lower the blade, turn the blade elevation
handwheel (1)to the desired blade height.
Fig. U
OVERLOAD PROTECTION (FIG. V)
This saw has a reset overload relay button (3) that
will restart the motor after it shuts off due to
overloading or low voltage. If the motor stops during
operation, turn the ON / OFF switch to the OFF
position. Wait for the motor to cool. Push in on the
reset button (3) and turn the switch to the ON position.
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To avoid injury, the ON / OFF switch must be in the
OFF position and the plug removed from the power
source while the cool down takes place, to prevent
accidental starting when the reset button is pushed.
Overheating may be caused by misaligned parts or a
dull blade. Inspect your saw for proper setup before
using it again.
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TILTING THE BLADE (FIG. U)
1. To tilt the saw blade for bevel cutting, loosen the
lock knob (2) and turn the tilting handwheel (3) to
the desired angle.
2. Tighten the bevel lock knob (2) to secure the angle.
ON/OFF SWITCH (FIG. V)
The ON / OFF switch has a removable safety key.
With the key removed from the switch, unauthorized
and hazardous use by children and others is
minimized.
1. To turn the saw ON, insert key (1) into the slot in
the switch (2). Move the switch upward to the ON
position.
2. To turn the saw OFF, move the switch downward.
3. To lock the switch in the OFF position, grasp the
end of the toggle switch (1) and pull out the safety
switch key.
4. With the switch key removed, the switch will not
operate.
5. If the switch key is removed while the saw is running,
it can be turned OFF but cannot be restarted
without inserting the switch key (1).
Fig. V
USING THE TABLE EXTENSION FENCE (FIG. W)
A. NOTE: For right ripping a 10" ~ 14" wide
workpiece, the right extension fence has to be
installed in the IN-RIPposition (Fig. N). For left
ripping a 11" ~ 16" wide workpiece, the left
extension fence has to also be installed in the INRIP position. Raise the fence to a position that just
clears the table surface and secure in place using
lock handles (1) for IN-RIP position.
B. For right ripping a 14" ~ 24" wide workpiece, the
right extension fence has to be installed in the
OUT-RIP position (Fig. N-l). For left ripping a 16"
~ 24" wide workpiece, the left extension fence has
to be installed in the OUT-RIP position.
1. Adjust the fence to the desired distance from the
blade by reading the rip scale located on the front
tube of the extension fence assembly.
2. Raise the fence so the top is approximately ½"
above the table of the saw and secure in position
by tightening the two lock knobs (t).
NOTE: NEVER USE A RIP FENCEAND THE MITER
GAUGE AT THE SAME TIME. KICKBACK CAN OCCUR.
IN-RIP
Position
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Fig. N-1
OUT-RIP
Position
CUTTING OPERATIONS
There are two basic types of cuts: ripping and
crosscutting. Ripping is cutting along the length and with
the grain of the workpiece. Crosscutting is cutting either
across the width or across the grain of the workpiece.
Neither ripping nor crosscutting may be done safely
freehand. Ripping requires the use of the rip fence, and
crosscutting requires the miter gauge. Never use a rip
fence and miter gauge at the same time.
AVOID KICKBACK by pushing forward that section of
the workpiece that will pass between the blade and the
fence. Use a push stick at all times.
Fig. X
Before using the saw each and every time, check
the following:
1. Blade is tight on the arbor.
2. Bevel angle lock knob is tight.
3. If ripping, fence lock handle is tight and fence
is parallel to the blade.
4. Blade guard is in place and working properly.
5. Safety glasses are being worn.
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The failure to adhere to these common safety rules,
and those printed in the front of this manual, can
greatly increase the likelihood of injury.
RIPPING
To prevent serious injury:
• Never use the miter gauge when ripping.
• Never use more than one rip fence during a single cut.
• Do not allow familiarity or frequent use of your table
saw to cause careless mistakes. Remember that even
a careless fraction of a second is enough to cause a
severe injury.
• Keep both hands away from the blade and path of the
blade.
• The workpiece must have a straight edge against the
fence and must not be warped, twisted, or bowed.
• DANGER - Never attempt to pull the workpiece
backwards during a cutting operation. This will cause
kickback and serious injury to the user can occur.
6. Keep your thumbs off the blade top. When both of your
thumbs touch the front edge of the table (2), finish the
cut with a push stick. You can make a push stick using
the pattern on page 30.
7. The push stick (3) should always be used for any
ripping operation.
8. Continue pushing the workpiece with the push stick (3)
until it passes the blade guard and clears the rear of
the table.
9. DANGER - Never attempt to pull the workpiece
backwards during a cutting operation. This will cause
kickback and serious injury to the user can occur.
When the blade completely stops raise the antikickback pawls on each side of the splitter and slide the
workpiece out.
Fig. Y
1. Remove the miter gauge. Secure the rip fence to the
table or if using the extension fence, set the position
and remove all other rip fences from the table..
2. Raise the blade so it is about 1/8" higher than the top
of the workpiece.
3. Place the workpiece flat on the table and against the
fence. Keep the workpiece about 1" away from the
blade.
4. Turn the saw ON and wait for the blade to come up to
speed.
5. Slowly feed the workpiece into the blade by pushing
forward only on the workpiece section (1) that will
pass between the blade and the fence. (Fig. X)
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BEVEL RIPPING
This cut is the same as ripped except the blade bevel
angle is set to an angle other than "0".
Always position the larger surface of the workpiece on the
table when crosscutting and/or bevel crosscutting to avoid
unstability.
Fig. Z
Cut only with the workpiece and the fence on the right
side of the blade.
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Never attempt to pull the workpiece backwards during a
cutting operation. This will cause kickback and serious
injury to the user can occur.
RIPPING SMALL PIECES
Avoid injury from the blade contact. Never make
through-saw cuts narrower than 3/4" wide.
BEVEL CROSSCUTTING (FIG. AA)
0°-45 ° BLADE BEVEL & 90 ° MITER ANGLE
This cutting operation is the same as crosscutting
except the blade is at bevel angle other than 0°.
1. Adjust the blade (1) to the desired angle, and
tighten the blade bevel lock knob.
2. Always work to the left side of the blade. The miter
gauge (3) must be in the left side groove (2). It
cannot be used in the right side groove unless the
miter angle is very sharp, as it will interfere with the
blade guard.
1. It is unsafe to rip small pieces. Instead, rip a larger
piece to obtain the size of the desired piece.
2. When a small width is to be ripped, your hand cannot
be safely put between the blade and the rip fence,
therefore, use one or more push sticks to pass the
workpiece completely through and past the blade.
CROSSCUTTING 90 ° MITER ANGLE (FIG. Z)
To prevent serious injury:
• Do not allow familiarity or frequent use of your table
saw to cause careless mistakes. Remember that even
a careless fraction of a second is enough to cause a
severe injury.
• Keep both hands away from the blade and the path of
the blade.
• DANGER - Never attempt to pull the workpiece
backwards during a cutting operation. This will cause
kickback and serious injury to the user can occur.
Fig. AP
1. Remove the rip fence lower all table extension fences
flush to the table and place the miter gauge a miter
gauge groove on the table.
2. Adjust the blade height so it is 1/8" higher than the top
of the workpiece.
3. Hold the workpiece firmly against the miter gauge with
the blade path in line with the desired cut location.
Move the workpiece to one inch distance from the
blade.
4. Start the saw and wait for the blade (1) to come up to full
speed. Never stand directly inline of the saw blade path,
always stand to the side of the blade that you are cutting
on.
COMPOUND MITER CROSSCUTTING (FIG. BB)
0o-45 ° BLADE BEVEL & 00-45 ° MITER ANGLE
This sawing operation is combining a miter angle with a
bevel angle.
WARNING - Always work to the left side of the blade
during this type of cut. The miter gauge (3) must be in
the left side miter gauge groove. It cannot be used in the
right side groove unless the miter angle is very sharp, as
it will interfere with the blade guard.
5. Keep the workpiece (2) against the face of the miter
gauge (3) and flat against the table. Then slowly push the
1. Set the miter gauge (3) to the desired angle. Use only
workpiece through the blade.
the left side groove (2).
6. Do not try to pull the workpiece back with the blade
2. Set the blade (1) bevel to the desired angle.
turning. Turn the switch OFF, and carefully slide the
3. Carefully push the miter gauge to begin the cutting
workpiece out when the blade is completely stopped.
operation.
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Fig. BB
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MITERING (FIG. CC) 0°~45 ° MITER ANGLE
This sawing operation is the same as crosscutting
except the miter gauge is locked at an angle other
than 90 °.
WARNING - Always work to the left side of the blade
during this type of cut. The miter gauge (3) must be in
the left side miter gauge groove. It cannot be used in the
right side groove unless the miter angle is very sharp, as
it will interfere with the blade guard.
1. Hold the workpiece (2) firmly against the miter
gauge (3).
2. Feed the workpiece slowly into the blade (1) to
prevent the workpiece from moving.
Fig. CC
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USING WOOD FACING ON THE RIP FENCE
(FIG. DO)
When performing some special cutting operations,
You can add a wood facing (1) to either side of the rip
fence (2).
NOTE: Before using wood facing on the rip fence,
make sure the auxiliary fences are lowered flush to the
table top.
1. Use a smooth straight 3/4" thick wood board (1) that is
as long as the rip fence.
2. Attach the wood facing to the fence with wood
screws (3) through the hole in the fence. A wood
fence should be used when ripping material such
as thin paneling to prevent the material from
catching between the bottom of the fence and the
table.
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DADO CUTS (FIG. EE)
1. The dado table insert is included with this saw.
Remove saw blade and blade guard for dado cuts
only. Reinstall and realign blade guard for all through
sawing operations. Install a dado not exceeding 6"
diameter and ½" width and the dado table insert.
2. Instruction for operating the dado is packed with the
separately purchased dado set.
3. The arbor (1) on this saw restricts the maximum width
of the cut to 1/2".
4. It is not necessary to install the outside flange (2)
before threading on the arbor nut (3) for maximum ½"
dado cuts. Make sure that the arbor nut (3) is tight,
and that at least one thread of the arbor sticks out
past the nut.
5. Use only the 6" diameter dado set and keep the width
1/2" or less. It will be necessary to remove the blade
guard and splitter when using a dado blade only.
Always use caution when operating a dado blade.
6. Use only the correct number of round outside blades
and inside chippers as shown in the dado set's
instruction manual. Blades/chippers must not exceed
1/2" total in width.
7. Check saw to ensure that the dado will not strike
the housing, insert, or motor when in operation.
For your own safety, always replace the blade, blade
guard assembly, and blade insert when you are finished
with the dado operation. You must also realign the blade
guard assembly.
Fig. EE
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GENERAL MAINTENANCE
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For your own safety, turn the switch OFF and remove
the switch key. Remove the plug from the power source
outlet before maintaining or lubricating your saw.
1. Clean out all sawdust that has accumulated inside the
saw cabinet and the motor.
2. Polish the saw table with an automotive wax to keep
it clean and to make it easier to slide the workpiece.
3. Clean cutting blades with pitch and gum remover.
4. A worn, cut, or damaged power cord should be
replaced immediately.
All electrical or mechanical repairs should be attempted
only by a trained repair technician. Contact the nearest
Sears Service Center for service. Use only identical
replacement parts. Any other parts may create a hazard.
5. Use liquid dish washing detergent and water to clean
all plastic parts,
NOTE: Certain cleaning chemicals can damage
plastic parts.
6. Avoid use of the following cleaning chemicals or
solvents; ammonia and household detergents
containing ammonia.
BLADE RAISING AND TILTING MECHANISM
After each five full hours of operation, the blade raising
mechanism and tilting mechanism should be checked
for looseness, binding, or other abnormalities. With the
saw disconnected from the power source, turn the saw
upside down and alternately pull upward and downward
on the motor unit. Observe any movement of the motor
mounting mechanism. Looseness or play in the blade
raising screw (1) (Fig. FF) should be adjusted as follows:
1. Using a 14mm wrench, loosen the check-nut (2).
2. Adjust nut (3) until it is finger-tight against the
bracket (4), then back off the nut (3) 1/6 turn.
3. Tighten nut (2) with the wrench, while holding nut (3)
in place. Maximum allowable play in and out of the
screw rod (1) is 1/8".
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You can place a small amount of dry lubricant on bevel
andgle adjustment rod also. This rod (1) must be kept
clean and free of sawdust, gum, pitch, and other
contaminants for smooth operation.
If excessive looseness is observed in any parts of the
blade raising mechanism or tilting mechanism, take the
complete unit to a Sears Service Center.
LUBRICATION
All motor bearings are permanently lubricated at the
factory and require no additional lubrication.
On all mechanical parts of your table saw where a pivot or
threaded rod are present, lubricate using graphite or
silicone. These dry lubricants will not hold sawdust as
would oil or grease.
Toavoidinjuryfromanaccidental
start,turntheswitchOFFandalwaysremove
theplugfromthepowersource
beforemakinganyadjustments.
• ConsultyourlocalSearsServiceCenterifforanyreasonthemotorwillnotrun.
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE
CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Sawwillnotstart
1.Sawnotpluggedin
2.Fuseblownorcircuitbreakertripped
3.Corddamaged
1.Pluginsaw
2.Replace
fuseor resetcircuitbreaker
3.Havecordreplacedby a SearsService
Center
1. Check blade with square and adjust
positivestop
2. Checkbladewith squareand adjustto
zero
1. Checkandadjustripfence
2. Selectanother
pieceofwood
Doesnot makeaccurate45° 1. Positive stop not adjusted correctly
and90° ripcuts
2.Tilt angle pointer not set accurately
Materialpinchedbladewhen 1. Rip fence not aligned
ripping
2. Warped wood, edge
with blade
against fence is
not straight
Materialbindsonsplitter
1. Splitter
not
aligned
correctly
with
1.
Checkandalignsplitterwithblade
blade
Saw makes unsatisfactory Dull blade
cuts
2. Blade mounted
.
backwards
3. Gum or pitch on blade
Material kicked back from
blade
Bladedoes not raiseor tilt
freely
Bladedoesnot comeup to
speed
Machine
vibratesexcessively
Doesnot makeaccurate45°
and90° crosscuts
, Incorrect blade for work being done
5. Gum or pitch on blade causing erratic
feed
1. Rip fence out of adjustment
2. Splitter not aligned with blade
3. Feeding stock without rip fence
4. Splitter not in place
5. Dull blade
6. The operator letting go of material
before it is past saw blade
.
Sawdust and dirt in raising and tilting
mechanisms
1. Replace blade
2. Blade teeth must face forward
3. Remove blade and clean with turpentine
and coarse steel wool
4. Change the blade
5. Clean table with turpentine and steel wool
1. Align rip fence with miter gauge slot
2. Align splitter with blade
3. Install and use rip fence
4. Install and use splitter (with guard)
5. Replace blade
6. Push material all the way past saw blade
and off the table before releasing work
1. Brush or blow out loose dust and dirt
1. Extension cord too light or too long
2. Low house voltage
1. Replace with adequate size gauge cord
2. Contact your electric company
1. Saw not mounted securely to
workbench
2. Bench on uneven floor
1. Tighten all mounting hardware
3. Damaged saw blade
1. Miter gauge out of adjustment
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2.
Reposition on flat level surface Fasten to
floor if necessary
3. Replace blade
1. Replace miter gauge or check blade
alignment
10" TABLE SAW PARTS LIST
MODEL: 137.218041
When servicing use only CRAFTSMAN replacement parts. Use of any other parts many create a HAZARD or cause
product damage.
Any attempt to repair or replace electrical parts on this Table Saw may create a HAZARD unless repair is done by a
qualified service technician. Repair service is available at your nearest Sears Service Center.
Always order by I.D.NO.
Schematic A
I.D. No.
Description
Size
2009
TABLE
0806
KNOB
0B3B
SCALE
0B3H
INSERT
0B57
RIP FENCE ASS'Y
OBCS
CLAMP
0B84
WASHER
HANDLE
#23
Qty
1
4
M8_1.25-26
D= _/_18
0B8A
WARNING
0BCD
GUIDE
0BCT
SCALE
0H8H
CLAMP
0J76
0J95
OJAA
WASHER
OJYN
HEX. SOC.
OK3R
CR,RE. PAN
0K5P
CR. RE. COUNT
HD, SCREW
0K5S
CR. RE. COUNT
HD. SCREW
M6'1.0-55
1
0KCY
CR.RE, PAN
M5"0,8-12
4
0KDR
CR. RE. PAN HD, SCREW
M5'0,8-10
2
OKDS
CR, RE, PAN HD, SCREW
M5'0.8-40
4
OKDU
CR. RE, PAN HD. SCREW
M6_1.0-12
0KMS
HEX. NUT
M6'1.0
OKMY
HEX. NUT
M8"1.25
OKSW
STRAIN RELIEF
202N
BLADE
20L1
20LW
20WQ
22KU
25MG
STICK LABEL
PVC
HOLDER
#06
3
BOLT
#06
4
FLAT WASHER
]/4"3/4-1/16
1
SPRING
(/_6
1
1
WASHER
1
(/_8
COUNTERSUNK
HD. SCREW
HD PLAIN
HD. SCREW
& WASHER
WASHER
TAPPING
GUARD
M5XO.8-12
2
M6'1.0-50
3
HD. SCREW
& WASHER
ASS'Y
267K
SLIDING
BASE
27X4
EXTENTION
WING(LEFT)
27X5
EXTENTION
WING(RIGHT)
27X6
ASSIST-FENCE(LEFT)
27X7
27X8
ASSIST-FENCE(RIGHT)
UPER TUBE
27X9
UPER TUBE
27XA
UPER TUBE
27XB
UPER TUBE
27XL
END CAP
28FE
CAUTION
, T=6.5
M6'1,0-25
2
M5'0.8-16
6
M6'1.0-50
1
LABEL
MITER GAUGE
2
T=5
ASS'Y
HEX. HD, BOLT
WARNING
6
(/_6.1
SLOTTED PAN HD.SCREW
CR.RE. PAN
SCREW
M6'1.0-25
1
#23
1
#06
2
#06
LABEL
28Q1
WARNING
LABEL
28Q2
WARNING
LABEL
28Q3
SCALE
29PD
WARNING
LABEL
10" TABLE
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Schematic B
I,D.
No,
MODEL: 137.218041
Size
Description
#04
#53
09JK
WRENCHHEX.
0AV9
BODY SHELL
0B22
HEIGHT
0B23
SADDLE
0B24
SPRING
0B25
POINTER
0B2A
NEEDLE POINTER
#19
0B2C
SWITCH
#06
0B3K
INSERT
0B3R
WRENCH
0B3Y
RETAINING
0B48
WARNING
0B97
MOTOR
0B99
SPACER
0B9C
PLUNGER
0B9H
ANGLE
0B9M
STRAP
OB9S
BRACKET
OB9W
BRACKET
0BA4
SPACER
0BAC
SET NUT
OBAE
ARBOR
0BAT
NUT
0BAU
SUPPORTING
OBAY
SCREW
OBB3
CAUTION
OBPA
LOCK
OG1U
DUST SHIELD
REGULATING
BOLT
BRACKET
BOX
CLIP
LABEL
BRACKET
HOUSING
ROD
Qty
1
1
1
PLATE
BAR
LABEL
#23
KNOB
No.
Description
0JEY
E-RING
0JXL
HEX. SOC.
0KOZ
HEX. HD. SCREW
AND
1
1
OK16
HEX. HD. SCREW
AND
0K25
HEX.SOCKET
1
1
1
OK3G
CR.RE.
OK7K
CR. RE. ROUND
0K8C
CR. RE.COUNT
1
1
0K91
CR. RE. TRUSS HD. TAPPING
0KA4
CR.RE.
1
1
OKCX
CR. RE.COUNT
0KDU
CR. RE. PANHD.
1
1
1
OKF6
CR. RE. PAN
0KF7
CR. RE. PANHD.
0K J0
CAPHD.
1
6
1
0K J4
CAPHD.
0K J5
CAP
SETSCREW
1
1
WASHER
M8'1.25-16
4
WASHER
M8"1.25-16
1
SCREWS
M5'0.8-20
1
SCREW & WASHER
M5'0.8-12
1
M6'1.0-12
2
M4'18-10
4
M4"16-12
4
M4"16-16
2
M5'0.8-10
2
M6'1.0-12
2
WASHER
HD. SCREW
HD. TAPPING
PANHD.
Qty
E-9
M10'1.5-12
HD.CAP
PANHD.
Size
TAPPING
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
HD. TAPPING
SCREW
SCREW
HD. SCREW
M4_'0.7-8
SCREW
1
M4'0.7-12
2
SQ.NECKBOLT
M6'1.0-16
2
SQ.NECKBOLT
M6'1.0-35
1
M6X1.0-80
1
HD. SQ.NECK
BOLT
0KMR
HEX. NUT
M5_'0.ST=4
1
OKMS
HEX. NUT
M6_'1.0 T=5
1
0KMV
HEX. NUT
M10*1.5T=8
1
1
1
OKMW
HEX. NUT
M10*1.5T=4
1
OKMY
HEX. NUT
1
OKQJ
CROWN
1
1
0KRQ
SERRATED
OKRX
HEXAGON
NUT AND
FLAT WASHER
M6'1.0
3
1
1
OKRX
HEXAGON
NUT AND
FLAT WASHER
M6'1.0
4
0KTA
STRAIN RELIEF
4
1
1
0L6G
POWER
0LMG
LOCKING
OLSL
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
SWITCH
1
1
COLLAR
I.D.
M8'1.25
NUT
TOOTHED
HEXAGON
FLANGE
NUT
, T=6.5
1
M8*].25T=12.5
2
M6*I.0T=&
6
2
CABLE
ASS'Y
WRENCH
HEX.
OJ3U
WRENCH
HEX.
0J4F
FLAT WASHER
_i,8x 16-2.5
1
0LVW
ROCKER
0J4H
FLAT WASHER
?_lO'3O-O.2
2
0QEF
MOTOR
1
0J70
FLAT WASHER
CLAMP-CORD
1
FLAT WASHER
2
4
0QQ0
0J76
1/4'3/4-7/64
1/4'3/4-1/16
0J76
FLAT WASHER
Og8D
FLAT WASHER
0g9H
SPRING
1/4'3/4-1/16
3/8'3/4-5/64
?_1I4"
]
2
6
OJAE
EXTERNAL
TOOTH
LOCK
WASHER
_'_4
2
20Q9
BAG-DUST
OJAE
EXTERNAL
TOOTH
LOCK
WASHER
_'_4
1
212M
LEAD WIRE ASS'Y
OJC9
SPRING
PIN
CR.RE.
SPRING
PIN
1
1
2]CH
0JCA
3-18
3-24
23PP
BLADE
0JCA
SPRING
PIN
DUST COLLECTOR
SPRING
PIN
27QV
PARTS BOX CARTON
1
OJE7
C-RING
1
1
1
26HR
OJCR
3-24
8-90
A-9
LABEL
1
OJED
C-RING
A-16
1
WASHER
CABLE
1
og3P
TIE
1
SWITCH
1
1
OSRX
STIFFENER ASS'Y
OSTF
PARRLE RING
OSTQ
HAND
WHEEL ASS'Y
#06
1
0STR
HAND
WHEEL ASS'Y
#06
1
#06
1
29EB
1
ASS'Y
PANHD.
2
1
SCREW & WASHER
M5'0.8-10
1
1
#06
1
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B
MODEL: 137.218041
10" TABLE SAW
MODEL: 137.218041
Part list for MOTOR
I.D. No.
1502
Description
FIELD ASS'Y
Size
0HX9
NEEDLE BEARING
HK-1010
1
0JAL
EXT.TOOTH LOCK WASHER
cp4
4
0JX3
HEX. SOC. SET SCREW
M5x0.8-8
2
0K3A
CR.RE. PAN HD. SCREW & WASHER
M5x0.8-30
4
0K5V
CR.-RE. COUND.HD.SCREW
M4x0.7-8
4
0KCP
CR.RE. PAN HEAD TAPPING
M5xl
2
0KTH
STRAIN RELIEF
1
0QDZ
BEARING RETAINER
1
0QE9
MOTOR
1
0QEA
BRACKET
1
0QEC
ARBOR SHAFT ASS'Y
1
0QED
SUPPORT PLATE
1
0QM2
BRUSH HOLDER ASS'Y
2
0QQT
BRUSH ASS'Y
2
0QR0
BRUSH COVER
2
0R1Q
MOTOR
0R1S
BEARING BUSHING
1
0R1Y
ARMATURE
1
0R20
BAFFLE
& WASHER SCREW
NAMEPLATE
#6
HOUSING
ASS'Y
#6
26
Qty
1
2-60
1
1
10" TABLE
SAW
MODEL: 137.218041
MOTOR
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Part list for STAND
I.D.No.
Description
Size
Qty
09D6
SPACER
4
0BBN
HOOK
3
0EA8
BRACKET
4
0EAH
UPPER SUPPORT
L=450
2
0EAU
UPPER SUPPORT
L=410
2
0EB2
BOTTOM SUPPORT BRACKET
L=526
2
0EBB
BOTTOM SUPPORT BRACKET
L=472
2
0J4F
FLAT WASHER
_,_
8X16-2.5
4
0J4J
FLAT WASHER
_,,_
10X20-2
4
0JPC
HEX. HD. BOLT
M6"1.0-12
3
0JPP
HEX. HD. BOLT
M8"1.25-30
4
0JPX
HEX. HD. BOLT
M10"1.5-20
4
0K J7
CAP HD. SQ.NECK BOLT
M8"1.25-16
16
0KMU
HEX. NUT
M10"1.5 T=8
4
0KRQ
SERRATED TOOTHED HEXAGON FLANGE NUT
M6"1.0 T=6
3
0KRR
SERRATED TOOTHED HEXAGON FLANGE NUT
M8"1.25,
0Z1G
CAP HD. SQ.NECK BOLT
M8"1.25-12
T=7.5
20
16
10" TABLE
SAW
MODEL: 137.218041
STAND
OEAU
OKA_Q
OEBB
0EB2
0ZIG
0EA8
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