Craftsman 113.221720 Specifications

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Sold by SEARS, ROEBUCK
Part No. SP5537
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. operating
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AND CO., Chicago,
iL. 60684 U.S.A.
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SEARS, ROEBUCK ._ND CO., D/t8 WA Hoffman Estates, IL 60195
safety instructions for table saw
Safety isa combination of common sense, staying alert
and knowing how your table saw works. Read this
manual to understand this saw.
BEFORE USING THE SAW
| WARNING:
To avoid roistakes
that could cause I
"_serious, permanent injury, do not plug the saw in
| until the following steps have been sat|sfactorily
I completed.
!
1. Assembly and Alignment (See pages 9- 24).
5. To avoid injury from electrical shock, make sure your
fingers do not touch the plug's metal prongs when
plugging in or unplugging the saw.
6. To avoid back injury get help to move the saw.
Always get help if you need to lift the saw. Hold the
saw close to your body. Bend your knees so you can
lift with your legs, not your back.
2. Learn the use and function of the ON-OFF Switch,
Guard, Spreader,Anti-Kickback device, MiterGauge,
Fence Table Insert and Blade Elevation and Bevel
Controls. (See page 25)
7. NEVER STAND ON TOOL.
Serious injury could
occur ifthe tool tips or you accidentally hit the cutting
tool. Do not store anything above or near the tool
where anyone might stand on the tool to reach them.
3 Review and understand all safety instructions and
operating procedures in this manual.
4. Review the maintenance methods forthis saw. (See
BEFORE EACH USE:
page 38)
Read the DANGER label found on the front of the saw,
as shown below.
WHEN iNSTALLiNG
4. GROUND THE SAW- This saw has an approved 3conductor cord and a 3-pror_j grounding type plug.
The plug fits grounding type outlets designed for 120
volt 15 amp cimuits. The green conductor in the cord
isthe grounding wire. To avoid electrocution, NEVER
connect the green wire to a live terminal.
1. inspect your saw
A. To avoid injurytrom accidental starting, unplug the
OR MOVING THE SAW
1. AVOID DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT.
Use the
saw in a dry place protected from rain. Keep work
area well lighted.
B. Support the saw so the table is level and the saw
does not rock.
C. Bolt the saw support to the floor if it tends to slip
walk, or slide during normal use.
D. When using table extensions over 24 inches wide
on any side of the saw, belt the saw supporttothe
floor or prop up the outer end of the extension from
the flcorto keep the saw fromtipping.
Spreader is in line with the sawblade,
3. Put the saw where neither operators orbystanders
must stand in line with the saw blade.
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DANGER
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E. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES.
jewelry (rings, wristwatches).
They can get
caught and draw you into moving pads.
Form habit of checking for and removing keys and
adjusting wrenches from tool before turning it on.
2. Wear nonslip footwear.
F. To avoid injury from jams, slips or thrown pieces
(kickback and throwback):
3. Tie back long hair.
4. Rol! long sleeves above the elbow.
1. USE ONLY"Recommended Accessories" (See
page 40). Follow the instructionsthat come with
the accessories. Using other accessories may
be dangerous.
5. Noise levels vary widely. To avoid possible
hearing damage, wear ear plugs or muffs when
using saw for long periods of time.
6. Any power saw can throw foreign objects into
the eyes. This can cause permanent eye
damage. Wear safety goggles (not glasses)
that comply with ANSI Z87.f (shown on package). Everyday eyeglasses have only impact
resistant lenses. They are not safety glasses.
Safety goggtes are available at Sears retail
catalog stores. Glasses or goggles not in compliance with ANSI Z87.1 could seriously hurt
you when they break.
2. Choose the right blade or cutting accessory for
the material and the type of cutting you plan to
do.
3. Never use grinding wheels, abrasive cut-off
wheels, friction wheels (metal slilting blades)
wirewheelsorbuffingwheel. Theycan fly apad
explosively.
4. Choose and inspect your cutting tool carefully.
a. To avoid cutting tool failure and thrown
shrapnel (broken pieces of blade), use only
10" or smaller blades sr other cutting tools
marked for speeds of 5000 rpm or higher.
WEAR
YOUR
b. Always use unbroken, balanced blades designed to fit this saw's 5/8 inch arbor.
c. When thru-sawing (making cuts where the
blade comes through the workpiece top),
always use a 10 inch diameter blade. This
keeps the spreader closest to the blade.
d. Do not overtighten arbor nut.
wrenches to "snug" it securely.
C,
Inspect your workpiece. Make sure there are no
nails or foreign objects in the part of the workpiece
to be cut.
D.
Plan your cut to avoid KICKBACKS
and
THROWBACKS
(when a part or all of the workpiece binds on the blade and is thrown violently
back toward the front of the saw).
Use arbor
e. Use only sharp bladeswith properly set teeth.
Consult a professional blade sharpener
when in doubt.
f. Keep blades clean of gum and resin.
5. Adjust table inserts flush with the table top.
NEVER use the saw without the proper insert.
6. Make sure all clamps and locks are tight and no
parts have any excessive play.
2. Keep work area clean
A. Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents.
Floor must not be slippery from wax or sawdust.
B. To avoid burns or other fire damage, never use the
saw near flammable liquids, vapors or gases.
C. To avoid injury, don't do layout, assembly, or setup
work on the table while the blads is spinning. It
could cut or throw anything hitting the blade.
PLAN AHEAD TO PROTECT
HANDS, FACE, EARS.
7. For dusty operations, wear a dust mask along
with the safety goggles.
YOUR EYES,
3. Plan your work
1. Never cut FREEHAND: Always use either a
Rip Fence, Miter Gauge or fixture to position
and guide the work, so it won't twist, bind on the
blade and kickback.
2. Make sure there's no debris between the workpiece and its supports.
3. Whencutting Irreguladyshaped workpleces,
plan your work so it will not slip and pinch the
blade:
a. A piece of molding, for example, rr_st lie flat
or be held by a fixture or jig that will not let it
twist, rock or slipwhile being cut. Usejigsor
fixtures where needed to prevent workpiece
shifting.
b, Use a different, better suited type of tool for
work that can't be made stable.
A. USE THE RIGHT TOOL - Don't force tool or
attachment to do a job it was not designed for.
4. Use extra caution with large, very small or
awkward workpieces:
1. DO notwear loose clothing, gloves, neckties or
a. Use extra supports (tables, saw horses,
blocks, etc.)for anyworkpieces large enough
3. Set the cutting tool as low as possible for the cut
you're planning.
4. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. All visitors should be kept
a safe distance fromwork. Make sure bystanders are
clear of the saw and workpiece.
uselength stops against it. it must be freeto
move. If confined, itcouldget wedged against
the blade and cause a kickback or throwback.
5. Let the blade reach full speed before cutting.
6. DON'T FORCE TOOL. It will do the job better and
safer at itsdesignedrate. Feedtheworkpiece intothe
blade only fast enough to let it cut without bogging
down or binding.
c. Never cut more than one workpiece at a time.
d. Never turn your table saw"ON" before clearing everything except the workpiece and
related support devices off the table.
4. Planthewayyouwlil
7. Before freeing any jammed material:
A. Turn switch "OFF".
pushtheworkplecethrough
A. NEVER pull the workplece through. Start and
finish the cut from the front of the table saw,
B. Unplug the saw.
B. NEVER put your fingers or hands in the path of
the sawb ade or other cutting tool.
D. Check blade, Spreader and Fence for proper alignment before starting, again.
C. Wait for all moving parts to stop.
C. NEVER reach !n back of the cuttingtool with either
hand to hold down or support the workpiece
remove wood scraps, or for any other reason,
8, To avoid throwback of cut off pieces;
A. Use the Guard assembly.
D. Avoid hand positions where a sudden slip could
cause fingers or hand to move into a sawblade or
other cutting tool.
B. To remove loose pieces beneath or trapped inside
the guard:
1. Turn saw "OFF".
2. Remove switch key.
3. Wait for blade to stop before lifting the Guard,
F. Push the workpiece against the rotation of the
blade. NEVER feed material into the cutting tool
from the rear of the saw.
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
RiP TYPE CUTS
1. NEVER use the Miter Gauge when ripping.
G_Always push the workpiece all the way past the
sawblade.
H. As much as possible, keep your face and body to
one side of the sawblade, outer line with a possible
kickback or throwback.
I. NEVER tum the saw "ON"before clearing the table
of all tools wood scraps, etc., except the workpiece and related feed or support devices forthe
cut planned.
2. Use a Push Stick whenever the fence is 2 or more
inches from the blade. When thru-sawing, use an
Auxiliary Fence and Push Block wheneverthe Fence
mustbe between 112 and 2 inchesofthe blade. Never
thru-saw rip cuts narrower than 1t2 inch. (See "Basic
Saw Operation - Using the Rip Fence" section.)
3. Never rip anything shorter than 10" long.
J. AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING - Make sure
switch is"OFF" before plugging saw in,
WHENEVER SAW BLADE IS SPINNING
I WARNING: Don't let familiarity (gained from fre-_
quent use of your table saw) cause a careless j
1 mistake, Always remember that a careless frac- J
tlon of a second Is enough to cause a severe j
I injury.
ADDITIONAL
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t. Before actually cutting with the saw, watch it while it
runs for a short while. If it makes an unfamiliar noise
4. When using a Push Stick or PuSh Block, the trailing
end of the board must be square. A Push Stick or
Blockagainst an uneven end could slipoff or push the
work away from the Fence.
5. A FEATHEABOARD can help guide the workpiece.
See "Basic Saw Operations - Using the Rip Fence".
Always use Featherboards for any non thru rip type
CUTS.
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BEFORE STARTING
1. To avoid kickbacks and slips into the blade, make
sure the Rip Fence is parallel to the sawblade.
2. Before thru-sawing, check the Anti-Kickback Pawls.
(See "Basic Saw Operation - Using the Rip Fence.")
The Pawls must stop a kickback once it has started.
Replace or sharpen Anti-Kickback Pawiswhen points
become dull.
3. Plastic and composition (like hardboard) materials
may be cut on your saw. However, since these are
usually quite hard and slippery, the Anti-Kickback
Pawls may not stop a kickback. Therefore, be especially careful in your set-up and cutting procedures.
WHILE CUTTING
1. TO avoid kickbacks and slips into the blade, always
push forward on the sectionof the workpiece between
the saw blade and the Rip Fence, Never pushforward
on the piece being cut off.
ADDITIONAL
iNSTRUCTiONS
FOR
CROSS CUT TYPE CUTS
BEFORE STARTING
1. NEVER use the Rip Fence when crosscutting.
2. An auxiliary wood facing attached to the Miter Gauge
can help prevent workpiece twisting and throwbacks.
Attach it tothe holes provided. Make the facing !ong
enough and big enough to support your work. Make
sure, however, it will not interfere with the Sawbiade
Guard.
3. Use jigs or fixtures to help hold any piece too small to
extend across the full length of the Miter Gauge face
during the cut. This lets you properly hold the Miter
Gauge and workpiece and helps keep your hands
away from the blade. (See page 20.)
WHILE CUTTING
1. To avoid blade contact, always hold the Miter Gauge
as shown in the "Basic Saw Operation - Using the
Miter Gauge."
BEFORE LEAVING THE SAY#
1. Turn the saw off.
2. Wait for blade to stop spinning.
3. Make workshop child-proof. Lockthe shop. Disconnect master switches. Remove the yellow Switch
Key. Store it away from children and others not
qualified to use the tool.
4. Unplug the saw.
gmossary of terms for woodworking
Anti-Kickback Pawls (AKP)
Device which, when properly maintained, isdesigned to
stop the workpiece from being kicked back at the operator during ripping operation,
Kickback
An uncontrolled grabbing and throwing of the workpiece
back toward the front of the saw.
Arbor
The shaft on which a cutting tool is mounted.
Leading End
The end of the workpiece which, during a rip type
operation, is pushed into the cutting tool first.
Crosscut
A cutting or shaping operation made across the width of
theworkpiece.
Molding
A non through cut which produces a special shape inthe
workpiece used for joining or decoration.
Dadc
A non through cut which produces a square sided notch
or trough in the workpiece.
Push Stick
A device used to feed the workpiece through the saw
during narrow ripping type operations and helps keep
the operator's hands well away from the blade.
Featherboard
A device which can help guide workpieces during rip
type operation.
Freehand
Performing a cut without using a Fence, Miter Gauge,
fixture, hold down or other proper device to keep the
workpiece from twisting during the cut
Gum
A sticky, sap based residue from wood products.
Heel
Misalignment of the blade.
Kerr
The amount of matedat removed by the blade in a
through cut or the slot produced by the blade in a non
through or partial cut.
Push Block
A device used for ripping type operation_ too narrow to
allow use of a Push Stick.
Rabbet
A notch in the edge of a workpiece.
Resin
A sticky, sap base substance that has hardened.
Ripping
A cutting operation along the length of the workpiece.
Revolutions Per Minute (RPM)
The number of turns completed by a spinning object in
one minute.
glossary of terms for woodworking
h
thepart of the workDiece which will be. or has been_ cut
by the blade.
Trail
End
Set
The distance thai [ne up oi [ne sawo_aoe _oo_n_soem to r
set) outward from the face of the blade.
Throw-Back
, the
=n a npping
Workpiece
The item on which the cutting operation is being done.
are commonly referred to
specifications:
Voltage ...............................................................
120
Amperes ..............................................................
13
Hertz ................................................. i .................. 60
Phase ...........................................................
RPM .........................
Rotation (viewed from
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GROUNDING
Single
5000
UNDED
3-PRONG
sawblade end) ......................... Counterclockwise
MOTOR SAFETY
PROTECTION
1. Frequent opening of fuses or circuit breakers may
result il motor is overloaded or if the motor circuit is
2. Although the motor is designed for operation on. the
voltage and frequency spec lied on motor nameplate,
minimal loads will be handled safely at voltages 10%
above or below the nameplate voltage. Heavy loads,
however, require that voltage at the motor be the
voltage specified on nameplate.
3. Most motor troubles may be traced to loose or incor:
rectconnections overloading reduced input voltage
(which results when small size wires are used inthe
supply circuit) or when the supply circuit is extremely
long. Always check connection, load and suppl,/
circuit when the motor fails to perform satisfactorily.
Check wire sizes and lengthswithtable at endof this
section.
PRONG
.
OUTLET
WARNING:
Damaged power cords can cause
shock or fires, if the power cord is worn, cut, or
damaged in any way, have it replaced immediately.
WARNING: Electricshock can kill. Not all outlets
are property grounded. If you are not sure that
youroutlet is properly grounded, have it checked
by a qualified electrician.
WARNING:
Toavoid
electrical shock, do not
permit fingers totouch the terminals of the plug,
when installing or removing the plug to or from
the outlet.
tool can cause electrocution or serious shock,
particularly when used in damp locations, or near
I metal
WARNING:
Failureto
properly your
groundthis
plumbing,
if shocked,
reaction power
could 1
cause your hands to hit the cutting tool.
OUTLET
This saw is equipped with a 3-conductor cord and
grounding type plug which has been approved by Underwriters' Laboratories. The ground conductor has a
greenjacket and is attached to the tool housing at one
end andtothe ground prong in the attachment plug atthe
other end.
This saw must be grounded while in use to protect the
operatorfrom electrical shock.
This plug requires a mating 3-conductor grounding type
3utlet as shown,
CONNECTING
TO POWER
SOURCE
Your saw iswired for 120 volts and it has a plug that looks
like the one shown.
Plug power cord into a 110-120V properly grounded
typeoutlet protected by a 15 amp. time delay or CircuitSaver fuse or circuit breaker.
WARNING:
Avoid electric Shock. If the outlet you
are planning to use for this saw is of the two prong
type,
DO NOT REMOVE
OR ALTER THE
GROUNDING PRONG IN ANY MANNER.
Use
an adapter, as shown, and always connect the
grounding lug to a known ground.
WARNING:
GROUNDING
PLUG
i_
LUG
_
KNOWN
-_
GROUND
RECEPTACLE
ADAPTER
It is recommended
that you have a qualified electrician
replace the TWO prong outlet with a properly grounded
THREE prong outlet.
An adapter, as shown, is available for connecting pgugs
to 2-prong receptacles.
The green grounding
lug extending from the adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as to a properly grounded outlet box.
The temporary
adapter should be used only until a
propedy grounded outlet can be installed by a qualified
electrician.
To help avoid
electric Shock, the
green grounding
lug extending
from the adapter
must be connected
tO a permanent ground such
as to a properly grounded outlet box.
Not all
outlet boxes are properly grounded, if you are not
sure the outlet box is properly grounded, have H
checked by a qualified electrlclano
The use of any extension cord will cause some loss of
power.
To keep this to a minimum
and to prevent
overheating
and motor burn-out, use the foflowing table
to determine the minimum wire size (A.W.G.) extension
cord.
Use only 3 wire extension cords which have 3-prong
grounding
type plugs and 3-prong receptacles
which
accept the plug on the saw.
F._ension
Cord
Length
Wire Size A.W.G.
0 - 25 Feet
26 - 50 Feet
51 - 100 Feet
No. 16
No. 14
No. 12
contents
Warranty .............................................................................
2
Safety Instructions for Table Saw .................................... 2
Additional Instructions for Rip Type Cuts ........................ 4
Additional Instructions fGr Cross Cut Type Cuts ............. 5
Glossary .............................................................................
5
Motor Specifications and
Electrical Requirements ...............................................
6
Motor Specifications .......................................................
6
Motor Safety Protection ..................................................
6
Connecting to Power Source Outlet ............................... 6
Unpacking and Checking Contents ................................. 8
Tools Needed ..................................................................
8
List of Loose Parts ..........................................................
8
Assembly ............................................................................
9
Installing Handwheels .....................................................
9
Check Blade Insert .........................................................
9
Adjusting Blade insert ...................................................
10
Checking Heeling or Parallelism of Sawblade
to Miter Gauge Groove .............................................
11
Adjusting Parallelism of Saw Blade
to Miter Gauge Groove .............................................
11
Checking 90= Bevel Stop .............................................
12
Adjusting 90° Bevel Stop ...............................................
13
Adjusting Bevel Pointer .................................................
13
Checking 45° Bevel Stop ..............................................
14
Adjusting 45° Bevel Stop ...............................................
14
Installing Table Extensions ...........................................
14
Aligning Table Extensions .............................................
15
To Raise Extension .......................................................
16
To Lower Extension ......................................................
16
Leveling Extension .......................................................
16
To Lower Outer Edge of Extension ............................... 16
To Raise Outer Edge of Extension ............................... 17
Aligning Table Extensions with Front of Table .............. 17
To Move Outer Edge of Extensions Back ..................... 17
To Move Outer Edge of Extension Forward ................. 18
Leveling Center of Extension to Table .......................... 18
Installing Blade Guard ..................................................
1B
Aligning Spreader .........................................................
20
Attaching Rip Fence .....................................................
21
Aligning Rip Fence ........................................................
21
Installing Measuring Tapes ...........................................
2t
Adjusting M_ter Gauge ..................................................
23
Mounting Saw to Bench or Legs ................................... 24
Getting to Know Your Saw .............................................
25
On-Off Switch ................................................................
25
Elevation Handwheel ....................................................
26
Tilt Handwheel ..............................................................
26
Miter Gauge ..................................................................
26
Blade Guard ..................................................................
26
Table Insert ...................................................................
26
Rip Fence ....................................................................
26
Removing and installing Sawblade ............................... 27
To install Saw Blade .....................................................
27
Basic Saw Operation .......................................................
28
Work Helpers ................................................................
28
Safety Instructions for Basic Saw Operation ................ 28
Using the Miter Gauge ..................................................
31
Crosscutting .............................................................
31
Repetitive Cutting .....................................................
32
Miter Cutting .............................................................
32
Bevel Crosscutting ...................................................
33
Compound Miter Cutting .......................................... 33
Using the Rip Fence .....................................................
33
Ripping .....................................................................
34
Bevel Ripping ...........................................................
34
Using Featherboards for Thru-Sawing ..................... 36
Resawing .................................................................
36
Using Featherboards for Non Thru-Sawing ............. 37
Rabbeting .................................................................
37
Ploughing .................................................................
38
Dadoing ....................................................................
38
Maintenance .....................................................................
38
Lubdcartion ......................................................................
39
Wiring Diagram ................................................................
39
Recommended Accessories ..........................................
40
Trouble Shooting ............................................................
40
General .........................................................................
40
Motor ..............................................................................
41
Repair Parts ....................................................................
42
COMBINATION
Medium
Screwdriver
7/16, 1/2,11/16
MUST BE TRUE.
STRAIGHT
3/4" THICK.
in.
DRAW
BOARD
#2 Phi ips
SQUARE
LIGHT
LINE
ALONG
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SHOULD
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HERE
WHEN
SQUARE
OVER
IN DOTTED
Square
LIST OF LOOSE PARTS
Model 113.221720 Table Saw with extensions is shipped
complete inone carton.
Item
Separate all parts from packing materials and check
each one with the illustration and the list of Loose Parts
to make certain all items are accounted for, before
discarding any packing material.
t WARNING: If any parts are missing, do not atI tempt to assemble the table saw, plug in the ]
power cord or turn the switch on until the missing I
parts are obtained and are installed correctly.
I
Apply a coat of automobile wax to the table.
Wipe all parts thoroughly with a clean, dry cloth.
WARNING:
For your own safety, never connect
plug to power source outlet until all assembly
steps are complete, and you have read and under
stand the safety and operating instructions.
OR OVERLAP
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POSITION,
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Part Name
Qty.
A
B
C
D
E
F
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Miter Gauge Assembly ..................................
Guard Assembly ............................................
Rip Fence Assembly .....................................
Extension, Table LH .....................................
Extension, Table R.H ....................................
Handwheel ....................................................
Owner's Manual ............................................
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Bag of Loose Parts .......................................
Containing the following:
Arbor Wrench ...................
Shaft Wrench ................................................
K
L
M
N
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P
Support, Spreader .........................................
Bracket, Spreader .........................................
Clamp, Spreader ...........................................
Nut, Wing 1/4-20 ...........................................
Tape, Fence Left ...........................................
Tape, Fence Right .........................................
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Bag of Loose Parts
Containing the following:
Key, Switch ...................................................
1
Nut, Square 1/4-20 ........................................ 2
Screw, Soc. Set 1/4x 7/8 ........................ ...... 4
Washer, Flat 17/64 x 9/16 x 3/64 .................. 4
Lockwasher, External 1/4 .............................. 4
Lockwasher, External #8 ............................... 2
Nut, Hex 1/4-20 ............................................. 2
Screw, Truss Hd. 1/4-20 x 5/8 ....................... 2
Screw, Pan Hd. 8-32 x 3/8 ............................ 2
Screw, Flat Hd. 1/4-20 x 5/8 ........................ 14
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HANDWHEELS
1. From among the loose parts, find the following hardware:
* 2 Lockwasher, External #8
* 2 Screw, Pan Cross 8-32 x 3/8
2 Handwheels
Items marked with an asterisk (*) are shown actual size.
EXTERNAL
LOCKWASHER, NO. 8
HANDWHEEL
PAN CROSS SCREW
8-32 X 3/8
REMOVEPACKING
FROM UNDERNEATH
2. install Elevation Hahdwheel onto elevation shaft by
lining up FLAT on shaft with flat inside Handwheel.
install screw and Iockwasher.
3. install Bevel Handwheelonto bevel shaft by lining up
FLAT on shaft with fiat inside handwheel,
install
screw and Iockwasher.
CAUTION: Failure to complete the foflowing
steps could result _n damage to your saw.
4. Turn Bevel Handwheel counterclockwise
motor away from inner packing styrofoam.
LOCKWASHER.
LOCKWASHER
two
to pull
SCREW
5. Remove styrofoam.
CHECK
BLADE
MATERIAL
MOTOR
INSERT
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1. rum saw over.
2. Check blade insert to make sure it is flush with table.
If blade insert is satisfactory, proceed to "Checking
Heeling or Parallelism of Sawbiade to Miter Gauge
Groove". If insert is not flush, go on to "Adjusting
Blade Insert".
CAUTION:
insert must be even with the table J
surface. An insert higher than the table top can
"snag" the front edge of the workpiece, making it
harder to safely feed the work into the blade.
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ge in saw table t_y.
b sligl_ly using pi_rs
CHECKING HEELING OR PARALLELISM
OF SAWBLADE TO THE ?4_TER GAUGE
GROOVE
M_RK "x o_
T_3OTN
Whi_e cutting, the materia_ must _:_e _ _ _Vai_h_ _
PARALLEL to the SAWBLADE there,'o_e_t;<_thtr_eMi_er
Gauge GROOVE and the R_P F_NCE m_Jstbe PARAL_
LEL to the SAWBLADE.
WARNING: If the sawb_ade _s NOT para_let w_th
the Miter Gauge Groove, _ _s _td _o have _HEEL',
This cond fUon can cau_ the wo_kp_ce to b_nd o_"
move away from the Rip Fence _ th4_er_d of 8 rip
cut, possibly causing a k_¢kback.
WARNING: To avoid Injury _rom acc_n_al start,
make sure switch Is "OFF" and p_ug is not corn
nected to power source ou_et,
1. Elevate blade to ma×imum t_e _h_ by tumi{_g E_eva_
t_onHandwheel counte_cbc:kwis_
2, Mark an "X" on ore _ooth which i_ SE!t (beret)to _he
LEFT.
3. Place the head of a comb Rat;o# sq_;_re {n _he _t
MITER GROOVE. Adjust b_e ol squsre so _hat i_
just touches the tip of the MAnKinD V._oth.
4. Movesquareto REAR, rotate bi_detosee # MARKED
tooth again touches blade of sqL_are.
5. if tooth touches square the s_me a_:_ur_t at FRONT
and REAR, sawb_ade is PAR AL.LEL ,_oM_ER GAUGE
GROOVE.
6. If tooth does not touch fro_t and rear _hem_han_sm
underneath must be adiusted _o make #_e b_ade
PARALLEL to M_ter Gauge G#oove.
ADJUSTING
PARALLELISM
BLADE
TO MITER GAUGE
OF SAW
GROOVE
1, Loosen 1/2 turn _our hex socket screws ir_the _opof
table next to the saw blade #si#.g _ 37t6 ir_chhex 'L'
wrench, This "will allow the rr_chanism betow _he
labie to be sh_fted sideways.
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slowly.
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ADJUSTING
90 ° BEVEL
STOP
/BLADE
1. On the stop bracket are two 10-32 pan head screws
which set 90 ° stop position. If condition A exists, the
two screws need to be turned clockwise to obtain 90=
setting. If condition B exits, the screws should be
turned counterclockwise.
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BEVEL
HANDWHEEL
2. Turn saw over.
3. Rotate bevel crank until blade is in approximately 40 °
bevel position and using phillips screwdriver, rotate
screws slightly in direction necessary to correct gap,
(rotate screws equally). Recheck blade position and
readjust if necessary.
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BEVEL
STOP BRACKET
BEVEL .A T
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BEVEL ADJUSTING
SCREWS
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ADJUSTING
BEVEL
!
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POINTER
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Using a pair long nose pliers, carefully bend the Bevel
Pointer so that it points to the "0" mark.
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CHECKING
45° BEVEL STOP
1. Turn Elevation Handwhee counterc ockwise to raise
blade as high as it will go.
2. Turn Bevel Handwheel clockwise to tilt blade to 45_.
3. Lay head of combination square on the blade of
square, as ustrated, and place head against the
blade. Make sure square is not touching TIP of one
of the saw TEETH.
4. The 45 o blade stop is set during manufacturing. If
adjustment s needed, proceed to next step. If bevel
adjustment is satisfactory, go on to" nstalling Tab e
Extensions".
ADJUSTING
45 ° B EVEL
STOP
X
1. The 450 blade position iscontrolled by the locationof
the sheet metal nut on end of bevel shaft.
°ANGLE
ILADE
2. If condition A exists, the sheet metal nut needs to be
turned clockwise to obtain 45 ° setting_ if condition B
exists, the nut should be turned counterclockwise,
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3. To correct conditionA - Rotate Bevel Handle counterc ockw se approximately two turns. Place 11/16
inch wrench on sheet meta nut and hold n place
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while rotatinghandle counterclockwise in small increments, Recheck blade positionaftereach rotation.
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jBLADE
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"PAL" NUT
ADJUSTING
BEVEL SCREW
TENSION
The tension on the Beve Screw must be tight for then
by tightening the Pa Nut on the bevel shaft using a
11/16 inch wrench. The nut should be adjusted so the
shaft is somewhat difficult to turn.
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iNSTALLiNG
TABLE
EXTENSIONS
1. Lower blade to below the table top.
2. From among the loose parts, find the following hardware:
* 14 Flat Hd. Socket Screws 1/4-20 x 5/8
FLAT HEAD SOCKET SCREW
1/4-20 X 5/8
Items marked with an asterisk {*) are shown actual size.
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FLAT HEAD
HEXSOCKET
SCREWS
3. Install right table extension and install seven screws
using 5/32 inch hex 'L' wrench. Just start screws into
threaded holes.
4. Install left table extension and install seven screws
using 5/32 inch hex 'L' wrench, Just start screws into
threaded holes.
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ALiGNiNG
TABLE
EXTENSIONS
NOTE: The table extensions must be the same height
as the table and level to the table.
Place combination square on table and extension.
NOTE: When aligning the table extensions, the 1/4-20
x 5/8 inchflat head hex socket screws may "bottom out".
If this occurs, simply loosen the screws and restart the
process for proper alignment.
EXTENSION
SHOULD
BE SAME HEIGHT
AS TABLE
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TO RAISE EXTENSION
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and rear.
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3. Check height with square and tighten A B and C.
4. Repeat for left extension.
TO LOWER
EXTENSION
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2_ Tighten screws A, B, and C on top of table extension
to lower extension even with table top front and rear.
3. Check height with square and tighten screws D, E, F
and G.
EXTENSION
4. Repeat for lelt extension.
LEVELING
EXTENSIONS
SHOULD BE
NO GAP
Place combination square on table and extension so
that end of blade extendsover edge of extension. Hold
square firmly on saw table and check for gap between
extension and btade of square.
TO LOWER
OUTER
EDGE
OF EXTENSION
1. Loosen screws B, E and F on right extension. See
illustration.
2. Tighten screws C, D and G until table extension is
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EXTENSION
3_ Snug down screws B, E and F.
4. Repeat for left extension.
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TO RAISE OUTER
EDGE OF EXTENSION
1. Loosen screws C, D, and G on right extension.
2. Tighten screws B, E, and F until table extension is
level.
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EXTENSION
3. Snug down screws C, D, and G.
4. Repeat for left table extension.
ALiGNiNG TABLE EXTENSIONS
FRONT OF TABLE
W_TH
1. Place blade of combination square on front of table
and table extension.
2. Extension should line up with tabie.
WARNING:
Front edges must line up to help
prevent workplece kickback when the fence is
mounted to the table extension.
TO MOVE
OUTER
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SHOULD BE
NO GAP
OF EXTENSION
EDGE
BACK
1 Loosen screws C and F
illustration.
in right extension.
See
2. Tighten screws B and G until extension is lined up.
3. Snug down screws C and F.
4. Recheck level and flatness to table,
5, Check left extension.
6. Adjust left extension in same manner,
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Check left
extension.
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5. Check left extension.
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6. Adjust left extension in same manner.
LEVELING
TABLE
CENTER
OF EXTENSION
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3"0
1. Locatetwo (2) 1/4-20 x 7/8 sockethead set screws
and installon bottomsideoftable.
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1/4-20 x 7/8
SOCKET HEAD
SET SCREW
joir
with
"L" WRENCH
CLOCKWISE
ROTATION
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INSTALLING
BLADE GUARD
1, From among the loose parts, find the following:
TRUSS HEAD SCREW
1!4-20 X 5/8
SOCKET HEAD
SETSCREW,
1/4-20 X 7/8
*4 Flat Washer, 17/64 I.D.
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FLAT WASHER, 17164
HEX NUT, 1/4-20
EXTERNAL
LOCKWASHER
Items marked with an asterisk (_) are shown actual size.
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WING NUT, 1/4-20
SPREADER BRACKET
SPREADER CLAMP
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SPREADER SUPPORT
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SQUARE
NUT
_..,_
TRUSS
,
HEAD
_,
SCREW
2. Parts are assembled as shown in illustration. Follow
5/8
steps below.
7/8
SPREADER
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SPREADER
SUPPORT
BRACKET
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IN. LONG
_"__/_
SOCKETHEAD
SETSCREW
3. MAKE SURE TH E BLADE IS ALL THE WAY UP AND
SQUARE WITH THE TABLE.
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SPREADER
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iN. LONG
CLAMP
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WING NUT
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wAS.E.
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HEX NuT
"-"_ _
LOCKWASHER
EXT. 1/4 IN.
BLADE SQUARE
WITH
4. Position Spreader Support on rod with end even with
end of rod.
TABLE
"O BE EVEN WiTH
END OF ROD
5. Assemble the7/8 in longset screws, nuts,iockwashers
and washers to the Spreader Support Bracket and
slip the nuts into theslot in the Spreader Support.
6. Finger tighten ONLY THE HEX NUTS.
NOTE: Be sure to put the socket head set screwthrough
the slot shaped holes in the Spreader Bracket (see
illustration). This allows the guard and spreader to be
lined up with the blade. Be sure the socket end of the
setscrew is at the hex nut end of the assembly.
HEAD
SETSCREW
"m
FLAT
WASHER
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LOCKWASHER
_
HEX NUT _
saw table and rotate the Spreader Support until the
bracket is aligned with square,
,.Layap,eoeo,,,
ra,0ht.o ans,a__oo,
Using an 1/8 inch Hex 'L' wrench, tighten the set
screws only. Check that Spreader Support cannot be
rotated on the Spreader Rod.
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SETSCREW
ONLY
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SPACE EQUAL
3 THICKNESSES
ALIGNING
TO APPROX,
OF PAPER
KERF
WOOD
SPREADER
IMPORTANT: To work properly, the Spreader must
lways be adj ust ed so t he cut wo rkpiece w ill pass on
ither side of the Spreader without binding or skew-
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SPACE EQUAL
3 THICKNESSES
TO APPROX.
OF PAPER
LOOKING
DOWN
ON
SAW
1 Make two folds in a small piece (6 x 6 n) of ordinary
NEWSPAPER making three thicknesses. The folded
paper will be used as a "spacing gauge".
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2. Raise blade to maximum height and make sure blade
is square to the saw table.
PIECE
HOLD
WOOD
STRAIGHT
TIGHTLYBLADE
AGAINST
3. Install the Spreader Clamp using truss head screws,
Iockwashers and wing nut. Place Spreader between
OF
WOOD
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4. Lay a piece of straight flat wood against the saw
blade_ Insert folded paper between Spreader and
stripof wood.
5; MAKE SURETHEHEX
HOLD SPREADER
TIGHTLY
AGAINST
WOOD
NUTS UNDERNEATH ARE
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LOOSE.
6, Lift the anti-kickback pawl to clear the wood and hold
the Spreader tightly against the wood. Make surethe
wood is against the saw blade. TIGHTEN THE HEX
NUTS.
SPREADER
CLAMP
SPREADER
BRACKET
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This will alignthe Spreader in the middle of the cut
{KERF) madeby saw blade.
When replacing the Guard, slide the Spreader down
and forward between the Spreader Clamp and
Spreader Bracket. Make sure the wing screws are
tightened securely. This lets you remove and replace
the Guard without disturbing the Spreader alignment.
NOTE: To remove the Guard for non-throughcuts,
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ATTACHING
RiP FENCE
FENCE
more easily,
1, Loosen fence Iockknob by turningcountemlockwise,
2, To attach fence, tilt until front tab slides under front
edge of table, Engage fence head into table rail slot
and lower fencetothe table. Slide fence on table to
make sure fence head is properly engaged in rail,
then tighten handle to secure fence to table.
KNOB
FENCE
LOCK
NO WAX THiS
2O
FACE
ALiGNiNG
RiP FENCE
MUST LINE UP
SLOT FRONT
WITH MITER
AND REAR
backs and jams. To avoid injury, follow these
WARNING:
mlsailgned
canaligned.
cause kickinstructions Auntil
fence is Fence
properly
1. Hold head of Rip Fence and slide on table until the
edge of the fence lines up with the right miter slot.
2. Turn fence lock knob clockwise to lock fence.
3. if fence does not line up with miter slot front and rear;
HEAD
A. Loose the two hex screws in top of fence.
LOOSEN
TWO HEX
SCREWS
TO ADJUST
B. While holdinghead of Rip Fence, move rear of Rip
Fence right or left until edge lines up with miter slot.
C. Tighten hex screws alternately being careful not to
move fence.
D. Recheck alignment.
E. Repeat steps as needed.
iNSTALLiNG
MEASURING
TAPES
RIGHT
1. From the loose pads, find:
2
HAND SiDE
ls-l!s"
Measuring Tapes
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LEFT HAND SIDE
LEFT SiDE OF FENCE
10" FROM BLADE
2. Place Rip Fence on saw table to the right side of the
blade.
10" MARK
3. Using a tape rule, measure 10 inches out from the
right side of the blade. Positionthe Rip Fence so the
left side of the fence is at this 10 inch mark.
4. Lock the fence in this position.
5. Find the "0" inch mark on the end of R.H. measuring
tape. Slide this end ofthe measuring tape under right
side of Rip Fence head and slide tape intogroove on
Rip Fence Guide Bar.
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6. Move the measuring tape under head of Rip Fence
untilthe 10 inch mark on the measuring tape is lined
up with the right edge of the Rip Fence head.
RiP FENCE H__
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11
INCH
7_ Hold the measuring tape in this position with one
hand, while using the other hand to peel off approximately one inch of protective coating from underside
of tape on the left end ("0" inch).
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APPROX.
1 IN. X_
PEEL OFF
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INTO
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9. Carefully, so as not to disturb measuring tape, unlock
Rip Fence and remove from saw.
10. Carefully raise the rest of the measuring tape, and
peel off the rest of the protective coating.
12. Place Rip Fence on saw table on the left side of the
blade.
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COATING
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13. Use a tape rule to measure 10 inches out from the
left side of the blade. Position the Rip Fence so the
right side of the fence is at this 10 inch mark.
RIGHT SiDE OF FENCE
10" FROM BLADE
14. Lock Rip Fence in this position.
15. Follow the same procedure used to install the first
measuring tape, EXCEPT:
MARK
A. The end of L.H. measuring tape with "0" inch
mark must be pushed under left side of Rip Fence
head.
B. Move the measuring tape under head of Rip
Fence untit the t0 inch mark is lined up with the
left edge of the Rip Fence head.
C. When peeling back protective coating to expose
adhesive, work from the right end of measuring
tape.
ADJUSTING
MITER
GAUGE
NOTE: The graduations are manufactured to very close
tolerances which provide suitable accuracy for average
woodworking. In some cases where extreme accuracy
is required, make a trial cut and then recheck it. If
necessary, the Miter Gauge head can then be swiveled
slightly to compensate and then locked.
The HEAD should be SQUARE (90 °) with the bar when
the pointer points to "0".
To check for squareness, place an accurate square on
the Miter Gauge. If the head is NOT SQUARE with the
bar:
1. Loose the lock handle.
2. Position the head square with the bar, tighten the
handle.
3. Loosen the screw and adjust the pointer, so it points
to zero.
MOUNTING
SAW
TO BENCH
REAR
OR LEGS
OF
SAW
If you mount the saw on a bench, make sure that there
is an opening in the top of the bench the same size as the
opening in the bottom of the saw so that the sawdust can
drop through.
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FRONT
OF YAW
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All d_ttens_ons
in Inche_
assembly
with them.
correctly.
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0
A_
FRONT
0
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SIDE
0
P_
FRONTOF TABLESAW
CATALOG NO. 9-22244 LEG SET
(not included with table saw)
Recommended hardware (not included) for mounting
table saw to teg set:
HEX HEAD BOLT
1/4-20 × 1-1/2
HEX NUT 1/4-20
*4 Rex Hcl Bolts, 1/4-20 x 1-1/2
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items marked with an asterisk as shown actual size.
MOUNTING
LOCKWASHER,
SAW WITH " C " -CLA MP S
To make saw mountablewith "C"-clamps, fasten two
underside of the board, up through the holes in the base.
Secure with washers and nuts. The saw can then be set
on a flat, stable surface and held in place with "G"-
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FLAT WASHER, 1/4
getting to know your saw
5 BLADE
GUARD
SPREADER
6 TABLE
iNSERT
RiP FENCE
TABLE
EXTENSION
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HANDWHEEL
BEVEL
1 ON-OFF
POWER
ON-OFF
SCALE
SWITCH
CORD
SWITCH
sure the blade guard is correctly installed and
CAUTION: Before turning switch "ON", make]
operating properly.
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The On-Off Switch has a locking feature. THIS
FEATURE iS INTENDED TO PREVENT UNAUTHORIZED
AND POSSIBLE HAZARDOUS
USE BY CHILDREN AND OTHERS.
TURN ON
A. insert Key into switch.
B_To turn saw ON, stand to either side of the blade,
never in line with it, insert finger under switch
lever and pull END of lever out.
After turning switch ON, a_ways allow the blade to
come up to full speed before cutting.
Do not cycle the Motor Switch on and off rapidly,
as this may causethe sawbtade to loosen, lathe
event this should ever occur, allow the sawblade
to come to a complete stop and re-tighten the
arbor nut normally, not excessively, Never leave
the saw while the power is "ON".
WARNING: For your own safety, lower blade or
other cutting tool below table surface. (if blacie is
tilted, return it to vertical, 90 °, position). Always
lock the switch "OFF", When sew is not in use,
remove key and keep it in a safe place. Also, in the
event of a power failure [all of your lights go out)
turn switch off, lock it by removing the key. This
wll! prevent the saw from starting up again when
the power comes back on.
C. Toturn saw OFF, PUSH lever in. Never leave the
saw untit the cutting tool has come to a complete
stop.
D. To lock switch in OFF position hold switch N with
one hand, REMOVE key wittl other hand.
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getting to know your saw
2
ELEVATION
HANDWHEEL...
elevates or
Iowersthe blade. Turn counterclockwise to elevate,
clockwise to lower.
3
TILTHANDWHEEL...tiltsthebladeforbevel
cutting. Turn counterclockwise to tilt toward eft,
clockwise to tilt toward right.
When the blade is ti ted to the LEFT as far as itwill
go, it should be at 45 ° to the table and the bevel
indicator should point to 45 °.
NOTE: There are LIMIT STOPS inside the saw
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A. Lower the blade below the table surface
B. Raise Blade Guard.
C. Loosen screw. Do not remove.
D. Lift insert from front end, and pull toward front of
saw,
NEVER OPERATE THE SAW WITHOUT THE
PROPER INSERT IN PLACE, USE THE SAW
BLADE INSERTWHEN SAWING. USETHE DADO
INSERT WHEN CUTTING A DADO.
which prevent the b ade fro rntiltingbeyo nd 450tothe
LEFT and 90 ° to the RIGHT. ( See "Adjustments
section"BladeTilt,orSquarenessof Bladeto Table _.
MITER GAUGE...
headislockedinposltionfor
crosscuttingor mitering by tighteningthe Lock Knob.
ALWAYS LOCK IT SECURELY WHEN IN USE.
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RiP FENCE...
is locked in place by tightening
the Lock Knob. To move the Fence loosen the
Knob and grasp the Fence with one hand at the
front.
Holes are provided in the Miter Gauge for attaching
an Auxiliary Facing to make it easier to cut long
p eces. Be positive Facing does not interfere with
the proper operation of the Sawblade Guard
Holes are provided in the Rip Fence for attaching a
wood facing when using the Dado Head.
Select a piece of smooth straight wood approximately 3/4 inch thick, at least as long as the Rip
Fence. and at least 7-1/2 inches wide (high) to
permit clamping of Featherboards.
Attach it to the Fence with three Round Head #10
Wood Screws, 2 inches long. To remove the facing,
loosen the screws, slide the facing forward and pull
the screws through the round holes.
Select a suitable piece of smooth straight wood, drill
two holes through it and attach it with screws.
RY FACING
WOOD
FACING
B LAD EG UAR D... must always be in place and
working properly for all thru-sawing cuts. That is, all
cuts where the blade cuts completely through the
top of workpiece.
To remove the Guard for special operations, loosen
the both Wing Nuts and slide the Spreader back and
up. DO NO=FDISTURB THE SETTING OF THE
SPREADER BRACKET.
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# 10 WOOD
SCREWS
IWARNING: When positioning Fence for maxi- I
mum rip, make sure end offence HEAD is even 1
with edge Of table extension. Fence cannot be I
Ilocked securely beyond the edge of the table I
lextension. The workpiece could bind and kick I
Iback.
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is removable for removing
or installing blades or other cutting tools.
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REMOVING
SAWBLADE
AND iNSTALLiNG
PHILLIPS
HEAD SCREW
BLADE INSERT
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WARNING:
To avoid Injury due to accidental
start, push switch "OFF" and remove plug from
power source outlet before removing or installing
sawblade.
NOTE: When installing the blade, make sure the upper \\\_\\_
saw teeth are pointing toward the front of the saw and
that the blade and collars are clean, and free from any
burrs.
The HOLLOW side of the collar must be against the
blade.
1. Loosen Phillips head screw in blade insert, Do not
remove.
2. Remove blade insert by lifting slightly and pulling
insert toward front of saw to disengage from key hole
slot.
3. Turn Elevation Handwheel counterclockwise
motor shaft as high as it will go.
to raise
SHAFT
WRENCH
4. Insert shaft wrench over flat portions of motor spacer
and arbor wrench over arbor nut.
5. Hold shaft wrench and loosen arbor nut with arbor
wrench.
ARBOR
WRENCH
TO INSTALL
SAWBLADE
1, Install saw blade onto shaft with top teeth pointing
toward front of saw.
COLLAR
2. Install blade collar with flat surface toward blade.
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3. Install arbor nut.
NOTE: Arbor nutshould justbesnug.
Do notovertighten,
IMPORTANT:
Do not attempt to run saw without
blade collar properly installed.
TOP TEETH
TO FRONT
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POINTING
OF SAW
TAB
4. Install blade insert by placing key hole slot in insert
over screw head in saw table and pushing insert to
rear of saw table, engaging tab of insert onto saw
table ledge.
Tighten screw.
To avoid
work_.'
piece, blade parts, or blade contact, NEVER operate saw wmthout the proper
inserta in
place. Use
I WARNING:
injury from
thrown
the saw blade insert when sawing. Use the DADO
iNSERT when using a Dado blade.
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NUT
basic saw operations
WORK
THESE EDGES
BE PARALLEL
3/4 PLYWOOD
HELPERS
Before cutting any _
"Basic Saw Operations."
on your saw, study all of the
Notice that in order to make some of the cuts;, it is
necessary to use certain devices, "Work Helpers", like
the Push Stick, the Push Block and the Auxiliary Fence/
Work Su_,
which you can make yourself.
After you have made a few practice cuts, make up these
"he_ers before starting arly projects. Make th_ "Push
Stid_"first.
3/8
NOTE: All dimensions in inches
PUSH STICK AND PUSH BLOCK
Make the Push Stick using a piece of I x 2.
PUSH BLOCK
AUXILIARY FENCE/WORK SUPPORT
SLIGHTLY LESS THAN
THICKNESS OF WORKPIECE
UP TO3/8"
Make one using a piece of3/8 inch and 3/4 inch plywood.
Fasten together with glue and woodscrews.
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NOTE: Since the Push Block is used with the Auxiliary
Fence, the 4-3/4 inchesdimensions must be held identical on both the pieces.
1-5/8
3/4
45 ° NOTCH
NOTE:
All dimensions
3/8 PLYWOOD
PLYWOOD
/
in inches
1-1/4
PUSH STICK
Makethe Push Block using a piece of 318 in. and 3/4 in.
plywood.
THIS FACE AND THIS
EDGE MUST BE PARALLEL
3/S PLYWOOD
is to prevent dulling the sawblade in the event you
mistakenly cut into the Push Block.
NOT_:
Al!dimension
InInches
POSitionthe handle in the center of the plywood and
fasten together with glue and woodscrew.
AUXIUARY FENCE/WORK SUPPORT
i
"
" saw ope rat"ons
safety "mstructmns
for basic
BEFORE
EACH USE:
Make sure the Pawlswork properly. Makesurethe
before raising or removing the Guard, changing
the cutting tool, changing the setup or adjusting
anything.
Spreader is in line with the sawblade.
E. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES.
Form habit of checking for and removing keys and
B. Check for alignment of moving pads, binding of
moving pads, breakage of parts, saw stability, and
any other conditions that may affect the way the
saw works. If any pad is missing, bent, or broken
in any way, or any electrical part does not work
properly, turn off and unplug the saw.
adjusting wrenches from tool before turning it on.
F. To avoid injury from jams, slips or thrown pieces
(kickback and throwback):
1. USEONLY RECOMMENDEDACCESSORIES
(See page 40). Follow the instructions that
come with the accessories. Using other accessories may be dangerous.
C. Replace damaged, missing, or failed parts before
using the saw again.
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safety instructions for basic saw operations
6. Any power saw can throw foreign objects into
the eyes. This can cause permanent eye darnage. Wear safety goggles (not glasses) that
comply with ANSI Z87.1 (shown on package).
Everyday eyeglasses have only impact resistant lenses. They are not safety glasses. Safety
goggles are available at Sears retail catalog
stores. Glasses or goggles not in compliance
with ANSI Z87.1 could seriously hurt you when
they break.
2. Choose the right blade or cutting accessory for
the material and the type of cutting you plan to
do.
3. Never use grinding wheels, abrasive cut-off
wheels, fdction wheels (metal slitting blades)
wlrewheelsorbuffingwheel. Theycan fly apart
explosively.
4. Choose and inspect your cutting tool carefully.
a. To avoid cuttingtool failure and thrown shrapnel (broken pieces of blade), use only 10" or
smaller blades or other cutting tools marked
for speeds of 5000 rpm or higher.
b. Always use unbroken, balanced blades designed to fit this saw's 5t8 inch arbor.
c. When thru.sawing (making cuts where the
blade comes through the workpiece top),
always use a 10 inch diameter blade. This
keeps the Spreader closest to the blade.
d. Do not overtighten arbor nut.
wrenches to "snug" it securely.
7. For dusty operations, wear a dust mask along
with the safety goggles.
Use arbor
C. Inspect your workpiece. Make sure there are no
nailsor foreign objects in the part of the workpiece
to be cut.
e. Use only sharp blades with properlysetteeth.
Consult aprofessional blade sharpenerwhen
in doubt.
D. Plan your cut to avoid KICKBACKS
and
THROWBACKS - when a part or all of the workpiece binds on the blade and is thrown violently
back toward the front of the saw.
f. Keep blades clean of gum and resin.
5. Adjust table inserts flush with the table top.
NEVER use the saw without the proper insert.
1. Inspect your workpiece. Make sure there are no
nails or foreign objects in the part of the workpiece to be cut.
6. Make sure allclamps and locks are tight and no
parts have any excessive play.
2. Never cut FREEHAND: Always use either a
Rip Fence, Miter Gauge or fixture to position
and guide the work, so it won't twist, bind on the
blade and kickback.
2, Keep work area clean
A. Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents.
Floor must not be slippery from wax or sawdust.
B. To avoid burns orother fire damage, never usethe
saw near flammable liquids, vapors or gases.
3. Make sure there's no debris between the workpiece and its supports.
C. To avoid injury, don't do layout, assembly, or setup
work on the table while the blade is spinning. It
could cut or throw anything hitting the blade.
AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING - Make sure
4. When cutting irregularlyshapedworkpieces,
plan your work so it will not slip and pinch the
blade:
a. A piece of molding, for example, must lie flat
or be held by a fixture or jig that wili not let it
twist, rock or slip while being cut. Use jigsor
fixtures where needed to prevent workpiece
shifting.
switch is "OFF" before plugging saw in.
Plan ahead to protect your eyes, hands, face, ears.
3. Plan your work
A. USE THE RIGHT TOOL - Don't force tool or
attachment to do a job it was not designed for.
b. Use a different, better suited type of tool for
work that can't be made stable.
B. Dress for safety:
1. Do not wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties or
jewelry (rings, wristwatches).
They can get
caught and draw you into moving parts.
5. Use extra caution with large, very small or
awkward workpieces:
a. Use extra supports (tables, saw horses,
blocks, etc.) for anyworkpieces large enough
to tip when not held down to the table top.
NEVER use another person as a substitute
for a Table Extension, or as additional support for a work.piece that is longer or wider
than the basic saw table, or to he_p feed,
support or pull the workpiece.
2. Wear nonslip footwear.
3. Tie back long hair.
4. Roll long sleeves above the elbow.
5. Noise levels vary widely. To avoid possible
hearing damage, wear ear plugs or muffs when
using saw for long periods of time.
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safety instructions for basic saw operations
b. Neverconfinethe piece being cut off. That is,
the piece NOTagainstthe Fence, MiterGauge
orfixture. Never hold it, clamp it, touch it, or
use length_ops against it. it must be free to
move. If confined, it could get wedged against
the blade and cause a kickback or throw-
1. Before actually cutting with the saw, watch it while it
runs for a short while. If it makes an unfamiliar noise
or vibrates a lot, stop immediately. Turn the saw off,
Unplug the saw. Do not restart until finding and fixing
the problem.
2. Make sure the top of the arbor or cutting tool turns
B. NEVER put your fingers or hands in the path of
safer at itsdesigned rate. Feed the workpiece intothe
blade only fast enough to let it cut without bogging
down or binding.
7. Before freeing any jammed material:
A. Tum switch '_)FF".
B. Unplug the saw.
C. Wait for all moving parts to stop.
D. Avoid awkward operations and hand positions
and balance.
F. Push the workpiece against the rotation of the
blade. NEVERIeed material into the cutting tool
from the rear of the saw
A Use the Guard Assembly.
B.To removeloosepiecesbeneathortrappedinside
the Guard:
G.Always push the workpiece all the way past the
sawblade.
1. Turn saw "OFF".
2. Remove Switch Key.
3. Wait for blade to stop before lifting the Guard.
H. As much as possible, keep yourface and body to
one side of tl_esawblade, out of line with a possible
kickback or throwback.
BEFORE
L EAVING
THE
SAW
1. Turn the saw off.
WHENEVER
WARNING:
SAW
BLADE
iS SPINNING
quent use of your table saw) cause a careless
mistake. Always remember that a careless fraction of a second is enough to cause a severe
injury.
2. Wait for blade to stop spinning.
3. Make workshop child-proof. Lock the shop. DisConnect master switcheS. Remove the yellow Switch
Key. Store it away from children and others not
qualified to use the tool.
4. Unplug the saw.
Don't let familiarity (gained from fro- I
L
3O
basic saw operation -using
the miter gauge
can help prevent workpiece twisting and throwbacks.
Attach it to the holes provided. Make the facing long
enough and big enough to support yourwork. Make
sure, however, it will not interfere with the sawblade
guard.
The MITER GAUGE IS USED when CROSSCUTTING,
MITER CUTTING, BEVEL CUTTING, COMPOUND MITER CUTTING, DADOING and when RABBETING
AND MOLDING across the end of a narrow workpiece.
i...,,o
,°,
,o°r°.°
-,.,,
...,.
°,....
I
3. Use jigs or fixtures to help hold any piece too small to
extend across the furl length of the Miter Gauge face
during the cut. This lets you properly hold the Miter
Gauge and workpiece and helps keep your hands
away from the blade.
the following safety precautions in addition to the
safety instructions on pages 2, 3, 4, 5 28, 29 & 30.
ADDiTiONAL SAFETY iNSTRUCTiONS
CROSS CUT TYPE CUTS=
FOR
Before start Ing:
While cutting:
1. Never use the Rip Fence when crosscutting,
1. To avoid blade contact, always hold the Miter Gauge
as shown in this section,
2. An auxiliary wood facing attached tothe Miter Gauge
CROSSCUTTING
Crosscut is known as a cutting or shaping operation
made across the width of a workpiece.
SANDPAPEi
The graduations on the Miter Gauge provide accuracy
for average woodworking,
in some cases where extreme accuracy is required, when making angle cuts, for
example, make a trial cut and then recheck it with an
accurate square, or protractor.
PLYWOOD
CLAMPED
TO SAWHORSE
If necessary, the Miter Gauge head can be swiveled
slightlyto compensate for any inaccuracy.
:-
NOTE: The space between the Miter Gauge Bar andthe
groove in the table is held to a minimum dudng manufacturing.
LINE
FOR CLARITY
For maximum accuracy when using the Miter Gauge,
always "favor" one side of the groove in the table, in
other words, don't move the Miter Gauge from side to
side white cutting, but keep one side of the bar riding
against one side of the groove.
NOTE: Glue a piece of sandpaperto the face of the Miter
Gauge head. This will help prevent the workpiece from
"creeping" while it is being cut.
Holes are provided inthe Miter Gauge for attaching an
Auxiliary Facing to make it easier to cut long pieces.
Be positive Facing does not interfere with the proper
operation of the Sawbiade Guard.
The Miter Gauge may be used in either of the grooves in
the table. Make sure it is locked.
I hold
WARNING:
To avoicl
blade contact or kickback, J
Miter Gauge
properly.
Select a suitable piece of smooth straight wood, drill
two holes through it and attach it with screws.
When using the Miter Gauge in the LEFT hand groove,
hold the workpiece firmly against the Miter Gauge head
with your left hand, and grip the tock handle with your
right.
When using the RIGHThand groove, hold the workpiece
with your right hand and the Lock Handle with your left
hand.
MITER GAUGE...
head is locked in position for
crosscutting or mitering by tightening the Lock Knob.
ALWAYS LOCK IT SECURELY WHEN IN USE.
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basic saw operations
REPETITIVE
CUTTING
1. NEVER USE THE RiP FENCE AS A LENGTH STOP
BECAUSE THE CUT OFF PIECE COULD BIND
BETWEEN THE FENCE AND THE BLADE CAUSiNG A KICKBACK,
2_ When making repetitive cuts shoder than 6 inches,
c amp a block of wood 3 inches longto the table to act
as a length stop.
FCAUTION:
Avoid kickback from twisting the
lworkpiece.
When c|amplng the block, make I
isure that the end of the bk)ck is well in front of I
L_he sawbiade. Be sure it is clamped securely I
3. Slide the workpiece a ong the Miter Gauge until it
touches the block, hold it securely.
4. Makethecut, pull the workpiece back, turnthe sawofl
and wait for the blade to stop. Remove cut off piece
before continuing.
i
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MITER CUTTING
MITER CUTTING iscutting wood at an angle other than
90 ° with the edge of the wood. Follow the same procedure as you would for crosscutting.
TABLE
Adjust the Miter Gauge to the desired angle, and lock it.
The Miter Gauge may be used in either of the grooves in
the table.
TOP VIEW
When using the Miter Gauge in the LEFT hand groove,
hold the Workpiece firmly against the Miter Gauge head
with your left hand, and grip the Lock Knob with your
right.
When usingthe RIGHT hand groove, hold theworkpiece
with ,/our dCjht hand and the Knob with your left hand.
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WORKPIECE
BEVEL CROSSCUTTING
_
BEVEL CROSSCUTTING is the same as crosscutting
except that the wood is also cut at an angle, other than
90 ° with the flat side of the wood.
'
TABLE
Adjust the blade to the desired angle.
Use the Miter Gauge in the groove to the RIGHT of the
blade. It cannot be used in the groove to the LEFT
because the Blade Guard will interfere. Hold the workpiece with your right hand and the Lock Handle with your
left hand.
COMPOUND
MITER CUTTING
Adjust the Miter Gauge and the blade to the desired
angle, Make sure Miter Gauge is locked.
COMPOUND MITER CUTTING is a combination of
miter cutting and bevel crosscutting, The cut is made at
an angle other than 900 to boththe edge and the flat side
of the wood.
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using the rip fence
5/16
RIPPING, BEVEL RIPPING, PLOUGHING. MOLDING,
RESAWING AND RABBETING are performed using the
RIP FENCE together with the AUXILIARY FENCE/
WORK SUPPORT, PUSH STICK OR PUSH BLOCK,
1. To avoid kickbacks and slips into the blade, make
sure the Rip Fence is paratlel to the sawbtade,
I
SAFETY
2. Check the Anti-Kickback
Pawls.
(See "Basic Saw
Operation - Using the Rip Fence".) The Pawls must
stop a kickback once it has started. Replace or
sharpen Anti-Kickback Pawls when points become
dull.
iNSTRUCTiONS
1. NEVER use the Miter Gauge when ripping.
2. Use a Push Stick whenever the fence is 2 or more
inches from the blade. When thru-sawing, use an
auxiliary fence and push block whenever the fence
must be between 1/2 and 2 inches ofthe blade. Never
thru-saw rip cuts less than 1/2 inch wide.
3. Plastic and composition (like hardboard) materiaas
may be cut on your saw. However. since these are
usually quite hard and slippery, the Anti-Kickback
Pawls may not stop a kickback. Therefore, be especially careful in your set-up and cutting procedures.
3. When using a Push Stick or Push Block, the trailing
end of the board must be square. A Push Stick or
Block against an uneven end could slipoff or push the
work away from the fence.
While cutting:
1. To avoid kickbacks and slips into the btade, ah_ays
push forward on the section of the workpiece between
the sawblade andthe Rip Fence. Neverpushforwar_
on the piece being cut off.
4. Never rip anything shorter than 10" long.
5. A FEATHERBOARD
i_
Before starting:
WARNING: For your own safety, always observe I
the following safety precautions in addition to the
safety instrucUons on pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 28, 29 & 30.
ADDITIONAL
APART
KERFS ABOUT
can help guide the workpiece.
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basic saw operations
RIPPING
Rmpplng s known as a cutting operation along the length
of the workpiece.
wORKP!ECE
Position the Fence to the desired WIDTH OF RiP and
lock in place,
Before starting to rip, be sure:
1. Rip Fence is parallel to sawblade.
2. Spreader is properly aligned with sawblade.
3. Anti-Kickback Pawls are functioning properb/.
ALWAYS
SUPPORT
LONG
WORKPIECES
A simple one can be made by clamping a piece
plywood to a sawhorse.
BEVEL
of
RIPPING
When bevel ripping material 6 in. or narrower, use fence
or=the right side of the blade ONLY. This will provide
more space between the fence and the sawblade for use
of a push stick. If the fence is mounted to the left, the
sawblade guard may interfere with proper use of a push
stick.
Keep your hands out of the blade path.
on the part of the workplece that wll! pass beWARNING:
To avoid
only l
tween the blade
and kickback,
the fence. push forward
the cut with the appropriate pusher.
/
Feed the wo rkpiece by pushing forward only on the part
ofthe workpiecethat will pass between the blade andthe
fence.
I
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Once the trailing end is on the table:
°
r
When wl WIDTH OF RiP 1_ *s 2 -inches or wide,
use the
Push Stickto finish pushing the work all the way past the
blade.
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t
When WIDTH OF RiP is 1/2 inch to 2 inches, the Push
Stick CANNOT be used because the Guard will interfere. USE the Auxiliary Fence/Work
B ck.
Support and Push
Attach Auxiliary Fence/Work Support to Rip Fence with
two i'C" clamps.
AUXILIARY
FENCE
WORK
SUPPORT
Feed the workpiece by hand along the Auxiliary Fence
until the end is approximately 1 inch past the front edge
of the table. Continue to feed using the Push Block.
Hold theworkplece in position and install the Push Block
by sliding it on top of the Auxiliary Fence/Work Support
(this may raise Guard).
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I ,,never
WARNING:
To cuts
avoidnarrower
Injury from
contact,
thru-saw
than blade
1/2 inch
wide.
I
Narrow strips thicker than the Auxiliary Fence/Work
Support may enter the Guard and strike the E3aflle.
CAREFULLY raise Guard only enough to clear the
workpiece. Use Push Block to complete cut.
BAFFLE
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FEATHERBOARD
USING FEATHERBOARDS
SAWING
FOR THRU
"C" CLAMPS
backs.
piece.
i WARNING: Make sure the Featherbeard againsl
I the edge presses only on the uncut position (in
front of tl_e blade}, it might otherwise pinch the
blade in the kerr and cause a kickback.
Before starting the operation (switch "OFF" and cutter
below table surface):
1. Install Featherboards so they exert pressure on the
workpiece be positive they are secure, and
RESAWING
RESAWING isathru-sawing cut made by ripping a piece
of wood through its thickness Do not attempt to resaw
BOWED or WARPED material.
NOTE: To RESAW a piece of wood wider than 3-3/8
inches, it will be necessary to remove the blade guard
and use the Auxiliary Fence/Work Support. (See ';'Work
Helpers").
BINDING between the two Fences.
Do not clamp directly to the bottom edge of the table
because the "swivel" of the clamp will not grip properly.
Place a small blocker wood between the bottom edge of
the table and the"C" clamp.
WARNING:
OF WOOD
For your own safety
1. Do not "Back up" (reverse feeding) while resawing because this could cause a kickback.
2. Make first pass to a depth slightly more than
one-half the width of the board; keep same face
of board against Fence for second pass.
Guard immediately
upon completion
of the
WARNING:
For your own safety, install Blade
resawing operation.
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USING
THRU
FEATHERBOARDS
FOR
NON-
SAWING
FEATHERBOARD
Featherboards are NOT employed during non thrusawing operations when using the Miter Gauge.
"C"CLAMPS
USE FEATHERBOARDS FOR ALLOTHER NON THRUSAWING OPERATIONS (when Sawblade Guard must
be removed). Featherboards are used to keep the work
in contact with the Fence and table as shown, and to stop
kickbacks.
Add a 7-1/2 inch high fiat facing board to the Fence, the
full length of the Fence.
Mount Featherboards to Fence and table as shown, so
that leading edges of Featherboards will supportworkpiece until cut is complete, and the workpiece has been
pushed completely past the cutter (sawblade, Dado
Head, Molding Head, etc.) with a Push Stick, as _n
ripping.
Before starting the operation (switch "OFF" and cutter
below table sudace):
1. Install Featherboards so they exert pressure on the
workpiece; be positive they are secure, and
2. Make sure by trial that the Featherboards will stop a
kickback if one should occur.
WARNING:
For your own safety, replace the I
Sawblade Guard as soon as the non thru-sawing
operation is complete.
I
RABBETING
|
RABBETING is known as cutting out a section of the
corner of a piece of materiat, across an end or along an
edge.
FIRST
CUT
7
sEco.ocUT//
To make a RABBET requirescuts which do not go all the
way through the material. Therefore, the Blade Guard
must be removed.
/
/
1. Remove Blade Guard.
/
/
RABBETING
ALONG
THE EDGE
2. For rabbeting along an edge (long way of workpiece) as shown, add facing to Rip Fence approximately as high as the workpiece iswide. Adjust Rip
Fence and blade to required dimensions; then make
first cut with board flat on table as any rip (type} cut;
make second cut with workpiece on edge. Follow all
precautions, safety instructions, and operational instructions as for ripping, or dp type operations, including Featherboards and Push Stick, etc.
/
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RABBETING
ACROSS THE END
3. For rabbeting across an end, for workpiece 10-1/2
inches and narrower, make the rabbet cut with the
board flat on the table. Using the Miter Gauge fitted
with a Facing, follow the same procedures and instructions for cross cutting making successive cuts
across the width of the workpiece to obtain the desired width of cut. DO NOT use the Rip Fence for
rabbeting across the end.
guard immediately upon completion of rabbeting
WARNING:
For your own safety, install blade I
operation.
Some rabbet cuts can also be made in one pass of the
workpiece over the cutter using the Dado Head.
37
basic saw operations
PLOUGHING
PLOUGHING is grooving with the grain the long way of
the workpiece, using the Fence. USE proper holddowns al_clfeed devils.
PLOUGHING
BACK OF SAW
It is not necessary to install the outside loose collar
before screwing on the arbor nut. Make sure the arbor
nut istight and at least one thread on the arbor st cks out
past the nut.
SAW ARBOR
ALWAYS USE DADO INSERT LISTED UNDER "RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES."
iiZ!co
NUT
When using the Dado Head it will be necessary to
remove the Blade Guard and Spreader. USE CAUTION.
USE MITER GAUGE, FENCE, FEATHERBOARDS AND PUSH STiCKSAS REQUIRED.
the blade, Guard and Spreader when you are
i WARNING: For your own safety, always replace ]
finished Dadoing.
I
Nn _REMOVE
SAWBLADE AND
INSTALL DADO HEAD
ma!ntenance
] WARNING: Toavoid lnjuryfrom accidentalstart,
I
I turn switch OFF" and remove plug from power
I source outlet before maintaining or lubrl_ing
I your saw.
Do not allow sawdust to accumulate inside the saw.
!
Frequently clean your cutting toolswith Craftsman Gum
and Pitch Remover.
slide more freely.
itthe power cord is worn, cut, or damaged in anyway,
have it replaced immediately.
Make sure the teeth of the And-Kickback Pawls are
always sharp. To sharpen:
1. Identify the dull tooth or teeth_ Remove Blade Guard.
comer of workbench.
4. Sharpen the dull tooth using a few light strokes of a
fine-cut file.
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lubrication
The saw motor bearings have been packed at the factory
with proper lubricant and require no additional lubrication.
The following parts should be oiled occasionally with
SAE No. 20 or No. 30 engine oil.
MITER GAUGE
1. Elevation guide slot and pivot,
2. Elevation screw threads and support bearings.
3. Bevel screw threads and support bearings. (First
clean with Craftsman Gum & Pitch Remover.)
4. Bevel and elevation link pivot points.
GUARD
5. Cradle pivot pin bearing points.
6. Bearing points in Miter Gauge and Rip Fence.
The saw table and other major parts are made of
aluminum and require no special care. A coat of automobile-type wax applied to the table will help to keep the
surface clean and allow workpieces to slide more freely.
Treat unplated and unpainted steel parts and surfaces
with Sears "Stop Rust".
BEARING PARTS
BEVEL LINK
SUPPORT
BEARINGS
BEVEL NUT
O
SUPPORT
SEARiNGS
wiring diagram
TGREEN
BLACK
T
WHITEBLACK
"_POWER
WIRE
CONNECTOR
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CORD
sears recommends
the following accessories
ITEM
CAT. NO.
Saw Blades .............................................. See Catalog
Dado insert .....................................................
9-22273
Taper Jig ..................................................
See Catalog
Dado Set ..................................................
See Catalog
Sears may recommend other accessories not listed
in manual
See your nearest _ears Store or Catalog Department
for other accessbrles.
WARNING: Do not use adjustable (wobble) type I
dados or carbide tipped dado blades on this saw. I
Maximum dado width is 1/2 inch.
Do not use any accessory unless you have received
and read complete instructions for its use.
Steel Legs .......................................................
9-22244
"Pnw_r TnoI Know How Handbook". ............... 9-29117
WARNING: Use only accessories
accessories may be dangerous.
recommended for this saw. Using other
troub e shootmg
m
WARNING: To avoid injury from accidental start, turn switch "OFF"
always remove plug from power source outlet before trouble shooting.
]'ROUBLE
, ,
SHOOTaNG
and 1
I
- GENERAL
TROUBLE
REMEDY
!. Discard Blade and use a different blade.
Cannot make square
W
.
cut hen crosscutting
Cut binds, burns or
Cut not true at 900 or
45 ° positions,
s ,
I
1. M ter Gauge not adjusted
1 See "Adjustments" section "Miter Gauge."
properly
1. Dull blade or improper
1. Sharpen or replace blade.
" 1. Stop screw not properly
adjusted.
,1. See "Adjustments" section,' Blade Tilt, or
I
Squareness of Blade to Tab e"
,
,
4O
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TROUBLESHOOTING
- MOTOR
NOTE: Motors used on wood working too_s are particularly susceptible to the
accumulation of sawdust and wood chips and should be blown out or %,acuumed"
frequently to prevent interference with normat rr_otor ventilation.
TROUBLE
Excessive noise.
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
.__motor
1
cian.
Sears
1. Motor
checked by qualified service techniRepair service is available at your nearest
store.
1. Do not use other appliances or motors on same
circuit when using the saw.
1. Circuit overloaded with
Motor fails to develop
full power. NOTE:
lights, appliances and other
Low Voltage:
motors.
(Power output of
2. Undersize wires or circuit
motor decreases
too long.
rapidly with decrease
. General overloading of
in voltage at motor
terminals. For example,
power company facilities.
a reduction of 10% in
(In some sections of the
voltage causes a
country, demand for elecreduction of 19% in
trical power may exceed
maximum power
the capacity of existing
output of which the
generating and distribution
systems.)
motor is capable, and
a reduction of 20% ih
4. incorrect fuses or circuit
voltage causes a
reduction of 36% in
breakers in power line.
maximum power
output.)
1. Low voltage.
Motor starts slowly
2. increase wire sizes, or reduce length of wiring.
See "Motor Specifications and Electrical Requirements" section.
3. Request a voltage check from the power
company.
4.
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Install
Request
correct fuses or circuit breakers.
voltage check from the power company.
or falls to come up
to full speed.
1. Motor overloaded
1. Do
2. Improper cooling. (Air
circulation restricted
through motor due to
sawdust, accumulating
inside o! saw.)
2. Clean out sawdust to provide normal air circulation
through motor. See "Maintenance and
Lubrication"
section.
Moto r stalls
(Resulting in blown
fuses or tripped
circuit breakers.)
1+ Voltage too low to permit
motor to reach operating
speed.
2. Fuses or circuit breakers
do not have sufficient
capacity.
1. Request
Frequent opening of
fuses or circuit
breakers.
1. Motor overloaded
2. Fuses or circuit breakers
do not have sufficient
capacity.
1. D on 't cut so fast - feed work slower into btade.
2. install proper size fuses or circuit breakers.
Motor overheats.
not cut so fast - feed work slower into blade.
voltage check from the power company.
2. _nstall proper size fuses or circuit breakers.
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PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN 10 INCH TABLE SAW
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ASSEMBLY
KEY I
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62810
9
62410
10
11
62519
62520
12
13
62974
STD551012
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Pin, 1/4 x 1-3/64
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Spring Pawl
Spacer, Paw!
. Pawl
Washer 17/64 x 1t2 x 1/32
60208
_ Nut Push
. S'TD581025
Ring, Retaining 1/4
If this part is removed, discard and replacewith a new
push nut.
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PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN
10 iNCH TABLE SAW
MODEL NO. 113,221720
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KEY
NO.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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14
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FENCE ASSEMBLY
PART
NO.
62693
62692
STD551031
62996
STD551231
60078
814646
808844-1
814657
62501
62603
814647
815227
STD55!208
STD600803
DESCRIPTION
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Plug, Button
Knob (Includes Key No. 1)
Washer, 21/64 x 5/8 x 1/32
Head, Fence
Lockwasher, External 5/16
Screw, Hex Hd., 5/16-18 × 1t2
Channel, Fence
Ring, Retaining
Spacer
Spring, Fence Lock
Lock, Fence
Rod, Fence Lock
Bracket, Retainer
Lockwasher, External No. 8
Screw, Pan Hd. Type "T" No. 8 x 3/8
Standard Hardware Item - May be purchased locally.
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PARTS LiST FOR CRAFTSMAN 10 iNCH TABLE SAW
MODEL NO. 113.221720
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S2693
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62999
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Pleg; B_0n
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(i_¢iOdes Key #i)
1/32
3/8
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8
820863
62175
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S
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Pi ni Mite_ Pivot
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10-INCH
DIRECT DRIVE TABLE SAW
Now that you have purchased
your
drive table saw, should a need ever
parts or service, simply contact any
Center and most Sears, Roebuck and
sure to provide all pertinent facts when
10-inch direct
exist for repair
Sears Service
Co, stores. Be
you call or visit.
The model number of your 10-inch table saw will be
found on a plate attached to your saw, at the rear ofthe
base.
WHEN ORDERING
THE FOLLOWING
PART NUMBER
MODEL NUMBER
t 13.221720
REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS
iNFORMATiON:
GiVE
PART DESCRIPTION
10-inch
NAME OF ITEM
Direct Drive Table Saw
All parts listed may be ordered from any Sears Service
Center and most Sears stores, if the parts you need
are not stocked locally, you r orderwili be electronically
transmitted to a Sears Repair Parts Distribution Center for handling.
Sold by SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., Chicago,
Part No. SP5537
Form No. SP5537-4
IL 60684 U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A. 12/92