Craftsman 351.226711 Owner`s manual

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OWNER'S
MANUAL
MODEL NO.
351.226711
.A/P /CRR
FTSMRN
l"x 6" BELT & DISC SANDER
CAUTION:
READ ALL
INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY!
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Sold by SEARS, ROEBUCK
Part NO. 3899.00
safety Instructions
assembly
operating instructions
replacement parts
AND CO., Chicago,
IL 60684
U.S.A. ©
May 1991
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON SEARS/CRAFTSMAN
1" x 6" BELT & 015C SANDER
If Within one full year tom the date of purchase, this Sset_ Cmfleman 1" x 6" Belt & Dlso Sender fells due to
e defect in material or wodunanchlp, Seam will repair It, free of r,hafge,
WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY SIMPLY CONTACTING THE NEAREST SEARS STORE OR SERVICE
CENTER THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES.
This warranty glvm; you specific legal rights, and you my have other rigMs which vary from elate to stats.
BEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., DEPT. 690/'731A SEARS TOWER, CHICAGO,
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE ANY WORK IS DONE READ THE CAUTIONS LISTED BELOW CAREFULLY. WORKING
SAFELY PREVENTS ACCIDENTS.
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OPERATOR SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR JOB:
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b.
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d.
Wear proper IpporeL Do not wear loose clothing,
gloves, neolclles, dngs, mcelsts or other Jewelry
which may get ,-,ught In moving parts el machine.
Wear proteoth_ halr layering to contalnlong hair.
Wear safety shoes with nOn-slip soles.
Wear ealeW glasses. Everyday glasses have only
impact mldstant lenses. They am not safety glass-
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IL 60684
FOR POWER TOOLS
Keep ell guards In place end In working order.
Keep ell parts In woddng order. Check to determine that the guard or other parts will opamte
propedy end perform their intended fun_on,
Check for damaged parts. Check for allgnment of
moving parts, blndlng of moving parts, breakage of
parts, mountlng and any other cond#lon that nay
efle¢l a tool's operation.
A guard or other pert that [11damaged should be
properly repaked or replaced. Do not perform
makashitt repairs. (Use the part8 list providedto
order replasament parts.)
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f.
OPERATOR SHOULD KNOW HOW TO USE TOOL:
Wear face mask or dust masklf sanding oberstlon
is dusty.
Be alert and Udnk olemty. Never operate power
tools when tired, Immdcm_ or when taking medIsatlons that cause drown.
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signed,
b.
WORK AREA SHOULD BE READY FOR JOB:
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Keep work area clean. CkJ_.ered work areas and
workbem:he: _
ecclder_.
Do nOt use POWer tools In d-ngeroua em4ronmenta. Do n_ use power tools In damp or wet
kxmtlona. Do not e:q)oea power toofe to rain.
Work am Ihould be ixofxmly llgMed.
Proper olectrlccl outlet should be available for
tool Three-prong plug should be plugged directly
Intoprope_f grOUnded,lhrea-p_g
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d.
e.
re_p_e.
g,
Extenefon cords should have • grounding prong
end tha throe wlnm of the e_enelon oord should be
the correc_ gauge,
Keep vlaimre • safe distance from work area.
Keep children out of workplace. Make workshop
chlM-proof. Use padlocks, master switches and
remove starter keyl to prevent any unintanlJonal
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TOOL SHOULD BE MAINTAINED:
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d.
Olsconneot tool when changing ecceseerlal,
such es belt, disc, miter gauge and the like.
Avoid accidental
start-up. Make sure that the
machine Is In the *off" posItion before plugging In.
DO nOt force • tool, K we11
work most affldently at
the rata for whlch It was designed.
Usa rscommended eok-easorlea. Refer to page
1 t. Use of improper e_sorles
may cause risk of
Inlmyto persons.
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useofpo_r ton_.
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b.
Use right tool for the Job. Do not force tool or
attachment to do • Job for whk_.hIt was n_ de-
k.
Alvmys unplug power tool prior to Inspection.
Consult owner'a manual for specific maintaining
end adjusting procedures.
Uae clean born end keep me tool clean for safest
operation.
Remove adjusting
keys end wrenches. Form
I'mblt Of checking to see that keys and adjusting
wrenches ere removed before turning tool on.
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Handle the workplece Oorreotly. Use alter gauge
when requlred. Protect hands from passlMe Injury.
Dlreotlon of feed. Feed work Into • bar or dlso
against dlro_lon of rotation of the ben or dlso.
Turn the ma¢hlne off If It Jams. Disconnect plug
from power _uroe before servicing tool.
Never leave • too4 running unattended. Turn the
power offend do not leave sander until it comes to
e complete atop.
Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and
Imlanoe.
Never stead on tool. Serious Injury oould occur If
tool Is Upped or If abraslve belt or dlsc Is unlntentlonally contacted,
Keep hands away from moving parts and earKllng
surfaces,
Know your power tool. team its operation, applk:ation end specific limitations.
CONTENTS
Wmmmty ................................
Goal
8eloty Immmotkme
for Power Tcolo ......................
Salety InIWmotlene
for Bolt & Disc Sender .................
Motor Speclfk:atlone
end Ei$Ctlrlsal Requirements ............
Eieotrk:al ConnecUone ..................
a
Unpaeldng end Checking Contents ...........
TOOLSNeeded ............................
8
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2
As_mb_ ...............................
s
Operetlon ...............................
Malntermr_e ..........................
Trouble Shooting .........................
RepMcament Perta Illustration ..............
Roplasement Parts Usl ...................
S
4
4 &S
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0 &0
9
10
11
WARNING LABEL
The bolt and d_ sander has beam marked with •
warning lehegma_ seeds to be obs_ved for esfe operafloe, The operator should be aware of the locatlon end
contents of this label.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
1.
This wemlng label Is placed In • speclflc looatlon so It
Is vislble to the operator when stanlng and operating
the belt and disc sander.
FOR l"x 6" BELT & DISC SANDER
IX) NOT ATI"EMPT TO OPERATE BELT
& DISC SANDER UNTIL IT IS COMPLETELY ASSEMBLED ACCORDING
TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Know general power toot sefety. Make sum all
precautlorm am understood end provided to(
Loa0o
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2.
Secure aU Motener$. FmquenW check that nuts
and bo_,4are tight and heve not viaroted Iocoe.
3.
_et_mdlonlnwuotl_e.
Operate me be_
Be eure motor rum €lockwise on dllm side.
Abrasiveb_ mu,,t_1
down.
5.
Perform dhm eandlng on down ekle (right side).
The dl_ should p_l work towards the table.
6.
Do not forse work. Slowing or stallIng the motor
wUloverhset
8.
DO not overlmot work. Move metal across the
abmslve end (:xx_ Itwhen It becomes hot.
9.
DO not wet grind or polish. Never use a steady
stream of water on the wodq_eca. Only quench the
wod(pleca in water to cool It.
11.
Koep sender maintained.
Instructions" (Page 9).
12.
Dleconneot IX:.wor. Tum swRch off and disconnec_ power whenever sender Is not In use.
Follow "Maintenance
Be certain to follow proper operating
proeedursa decpfle familiarity gelned
from frequent uso of your lea end disc
sander. Always remember that beklg
careleec for even m fraotlon of • second
IS sufll_ent time to Inflict severe InJu_,.
The operation of any power tool can result in foreign
being thrown into the eyes, whloh can result In
e(wom eys damage.
Always wear safety goggles complying with ANSI Z87.t
(shOwn on package) before commencing power tool
operation. Safety goggles am available at Sears ro_H
or cetslog _ores,
Support worlq:lece. Use baelmop or work _t_.
The backstop forthe abrssJve _ is the bell platen
(Key No. 25) as described In "Oper-sflng Instructions" (page 7),
7.
Do not grind or polish magnesium, k could catch
on fire.
CAUTION:
end dis(: sander eel deserl1>ed In this manual
(r.,0es 6 through 8),
4,
10.
THINK SAFETY: Safety is • combination Of operator
common sense and alertness st ell
times when the belt & disc sander is
being used.
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MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
AND ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
PROPERLY
GROUNDED
MOTOR
The belt and disc lander Is mmembled with motor 8nd
wiringreadied ,., an _eTal
i_t of the tool
The 120 Volt AC permanent epla €_q_c_
motor has
the renewingqx_ncatk_:
M_ Devek¢_ Horsepower
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1/t
Voltage ..................................
Amperes ....................
120
3
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Phase ................................
RPM ...................................
Rotation (viewed from left side) .........
This tOOl Is Intended for use on
clrcult having e
nominal mtlng lee8 than 150 volts whl, ',hhss an outlot
that looks like the one ll=ed
above.
Single
34S0
Clockwise
A temporary adapter, which looks like outlet lilustr_ed
below, may be used to connect this plug to 8 two-pole
recalXa_le If a propedy grounded outlet IS not avdable.
The temporary adapter _lould be used only untl a
pmpedy grounded outlet can be Installed by 8 qua,fled
eleofrldan.
POWER SOURCE
CAUTION:
1.
2.
3.
4,
Do not _nneot the heft and dlso sender
to the power source until ,,11ummmly
steps hsve been completed.
The motor b designed for operatton on the voftage
and frequor_y spodfled on motor nsmel_te.
Normal loads wll be hendled safeb/on vdtages nof
more than 10% el)ova or below nameplate voltage.
Running the unlt on vo#ages whleh 8re not within
range may cause overhaadng and motor bum-out.
Heavy loads require thst voltage lit motor termlr.ds be not less than voltage specified on
The green colored groundlng luo extending from the
edalXer must be connected to a permanent Qfound
such its 8 properly grounded outlet box.
Mslm sine _IN_w Is
nameplate.
GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS
This tool Io equipped
v/_th 8 _€onduc_o_
(x)rd end
7ot_J t_e pl_ w_dd_hee e gu_ncJ_g jx_O 8pprovedby Unden_ere Labondodu end theCanadian
Standarda A_lodmUon.
Do not remove or _er the grounding prong in any
sel ¢ummt to reduce the rbk of electrical shock.
NOTE: The adapter llu_nded IS for use only If you
81rcady have • properly grounded 2-Wong
ru=epmde. ,,_la_er IS not ellowed In Cshada
by the Canadian Eleotrlcal Code.
EXTENSION CORD8
The plug mu= be plugged Into e mmddng ouUetth=
1.
mmrmer. In.the m_nt of 8 _
o4"Ixmlkclown.
7oond_g IXovldese peth ofIse= rudmmca forqdoc_
• prop_ _
The use of amy e_enslon cord wRI cause some
drop In the voltage end Io_ of power.
2. Wires of extension cord must be sufficient In idze
to carry current and malnlaln 8dequste voltage,
3. Use the tame belowto determlne the minlmum wlre
she (A.W.G.) extension cord.
4. Use only 3-wire extension cords whlcl_ haw 3prong grounding type plugs and 3-po_e receptacles which accept the tool plug.
S. ff power €ord b worn, cut or damaged In any why,
have It mpk_ced Immediately.
Extonslon oon:l length
Wlre Slze A.W.G.
Upto 100 ft.................................
16
NOTE: Using extension cords over 100 ft. long b no_
recommended.
WARNING: DO NOT PERMIT FINGERS TO TOUCH
THE TERMINALS OF PLUG (= WHEN IN$TALUNG OR REMOVING THE PLUG
TO OR FROM OUTLET.
and70undod_ ===xde,x_w=h
nglocal €odes amdordlrmno_
Do nof modifyme plug ixovlded,ff = v41 not _ In me
o_let, hero the proper outlet _
by a qualH_l
electtfcbR Improper OOnnectlonOf _.g_)undIng conductor can re_JIt In a risk of dectrkmJ ohock.
The ¢ondu(_x wlh Insu_tlon having an outer surface
whichb omen 18the equipmentgroundingconductor.
If repair or re_(_mlent of the e/octlrk_ cord or i_ug IS
_,
rnako m
the equipment g_ndlng
c,onductor 18no( connected to a line terminal.
WARNING:
CHECK WITH A QUALIFIED ELECTRIClAN OR SERVICE PERSONNEL IF THE
GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS
ARE
NOT UNDERSTOOD OR IF IN DOUBT
A8 TO WHETHER TOOL I$ PROPERLY
GROUNDED.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
WARNING:
MAKE 8URE THE UNIT 18 OFF AND
DISCONNECTED
FROM THE POWER
8OURCE BEFORE IN8PECTING ANY
WIRING.
•r_ motor wxl wlrl_ m
k_mlled u _
_ U_
wr_ dk_ram(m F_re 1).
The motor Is auen_ed
with an apflrowd thnm oo_
ductor €old to be used on 120 volts u Indk:ated.
The power su_
to the motor Is con(rolled by a double
pole lockingrocker swltc_
Remove the key to prevent unauthorized use.
The power flmm are Inse_ed dlmc_ly Into the swltch.
WHIT£
The green ground line must remaln securely fa_ened
Figure 1
to theframeto propedypro(ectagOrOt eleGmcdshodc
UNPACKING
C_k _ _)r_
AND CHECKING
CONTENTS
damsel Udam0e_ o_md
a claim shoukl bo reed with tho carrktrfor fa_ action.
Pane wh_ head to be futenod to the u_ _JId be
kx_ed andm:_ounted
for (m Figure2).
A.
Lower b_t guard
B.
Kltobs. 4 linch - 2 ellCh for idlachlng the belt guard
and 2 each for stlachlng-tnmnlonsto diSCtabSe
bracket
C.
Be_ tab4e
D,
Belt guard
E.
DI_ Tal_e
F,
Flatwa_r, 6116",2 each
G,
TablesupportIxao_
H. Wo_p
HeK wmnc_
m_€_
C
(3, 4 and 8ram) m idilo locsted In the
see"Too_Nea_d."
UnpJnted a_l
sudac_ have been ooa_d v,_h a
weoorv_ve.Removethe _
keroeamor penetmm: oa.
w_
I_o_r'o 2
Usesoapand wa_r on rubl_ and pl_tl_ l_t_ CleanIng fluide tend to _
TOOLS NEEDED
Non-flamn_ble solvente are recommended.
Whle _,,Ttll,g
or edJuC_g your _
& disc sander
you wig need t_e fol_w]ng tools:
1. O. 10and 12mmWrencll
2. 3, 4 and 8ram Hex Wrenches (supplied)
3.
CombinationSquare
4,
PhElps S_ev_lriver
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ASSEMBLY
CAUTION:
Lift the disc table so both tn.lnnions are shoulderod
agelnst the guide pips and tighten the knobs.
Position dtsc table so the edge of disc table end
abrasive disc are parallel and the gap between them Is
1/16'.
DO NOT A'rFEMPT ASSEMBLY IF PARTS
ARE MISSING. USE OWNER'S MANUAL
TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS.
FASTEN THE DISC TABLE BRACKET
Refer to Figure S.
The table support breckt
Tlghten the hex bolts seoure_y.
(Key No, 15) Is _lached
to
theleft hand endshleld(Key No. 5) withtwo he_ bolta
FASTEN THE BELT GUARD
and flatwashers
(Key NOL 46 & 64'),
Pos_lon the bracket and thread the bolts with washers
The t_t
through the blacker andlnto
endshleld.
the lapped I_ee
guard (Key No. 28) is attached to the belt
housing(KeyN_ 20) wth theOusrd_
26) _._dtwokrx_ (KeyNO.17).
In the
(KeyNO.
T_e. thegua_eurgo_ _o thetap_ ho_ Inthe
T_tan the boassammy.
hotmlng.
PoeJtlonthe belt gua,d erd laslen t by t_,wlng
twoknobe(KeyNO.t'r) _o_e
ALIGN THE DISC TABLE
The table IS mlamhad to the tmnnlons wlth 2 hax bolts
and matwashem (Key NOL 65 & $'r).
Loo_n the bolta so the _
can be allgned.
Posltlon the disc table and move the trunnlons Into
place over the gulde plne (Key NO. 18).
Insart the knot,s wlth flatwwdle_ through the trunnlons
and thread them Into the disc table I:xsc,keL
the
gu_d
ATTACH THE BELT TABLE
The belt table t)recket (Key No. 39) Is a=ttached to the
belt table.
The table and bmcke_ rare fMtaqed to the frame wlth
the socket hal_ bo_tsnd flatwasher (Key Nos. 52 & 54).
The t_t table Is angled snd poslloned 1116"away from
thebeitatthe same tlmo.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
For opilmum pedomlance do not stall motor or reduce
belt speed. Do not force the work Into the abrulve.
ALWAYS OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
Never push a sharp corner of the workpisce mpldly
agalnst the belt Or dlsc. The abn_ive may tear.
Replace a=br,
uivee when they become loaded (glazed)
or freyed.
Whenever acl_ust_ or replacif_ any l_rts On the
sander turn sw#ch OFF and remove the plug from
j:_.ver Iourcoo
When gdndlng metal move the workplece acro_
abrasive to prevent heat build up.
Recheck table locking nu_s and bolts. They must be
tightened secur_y.
the
Never attempt wet cunlng, If the workplece becomes
too hot to handle, cool It In cold water.
Make sure all guards are properly attae,hed. All guards
should be fastenedeecumly.
Nwsys weer eye prote_-,tlonor faoe shleld.
Make sure all moving I_rts are free and dear ol any
Interference.
W_h power disconnected, test operation by hand for
deamnce and adjust if necessary.
Make sure abrasive belt alwaystracksprope_. Correct
tracking gives optimum pedormance.
/_ter turning switch on, alw=ys allow the belt to come
up to full speed before sanding or grinding.
Keep your hands dear of abrasive belt, disc and all
movlno partL
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
(Continued)
TENSIONING ABRASIVE BELT
ADJUSTING BELT TABLE ANGLE
Tension ks created by a spring loaded Cam shaft (Key
TO adjust the angle of the belt tal_e, loosen the socket
head bolt (Key NO` S2) and adJuetto d'm desired angle.
Uee a combination square to set the belt table at 45" or
i_"_ the abm_ve be_
No.32).
Tho tracking whoel IS mounted
tho shall
on tim oppose
side of
The spring tenskm Is tmnsml_ed to tho trecldng wheal
(Key NO_31) end maintains the ter.don on ben.
Adjust for 1116" cleanince between the _
table.
REPLACING ABRASIVE
BELT
Remove I_t
No. 38) by removing socket
When the beA table IS id the dealred ang_o, Iockt into
pcaltk)n by eaoumly tJgr4enlng the socket heed bolt.
ABRASIVE BELT FINISHING
table _W
_ed bon0_y No.r,2).
The abras_
end the
bait ash be uead to eand wood, debu_
rceud,
orpd_ pW.o endCe_
Remove the her Otaud (Key No. 28) by removing thumb
The belt le moa efficient whec uead with the table. Tho
I" ben _
Is _for
getting Into comem and
k_0e (Kw Noot7).
Rceacatheten¢o,on_M I:_ by puer_U_ _n_en
hmSo (KeyN= a7) fonwd (_mn_ open.x).
Remove_t Jnx. U_o_
w_d (KeyNo.3_).
ooncavecurvededge_
ADJUSTING BELT PLATEN
Releasetensionhandle and removebelt from sander.
The 8t:,ud_ t_ has _n 8now printed on the Inskle
Operallng with the belt platen In place wll altow Ihe
operator to rand or grindszralghteven tines.
which Jndlcetea tho dlreO_en of ravel
The'platen ahould be adjusted so the belt does no( ride
on the platen unll wod( ksfed Into the 10elt
To adjustbelt platen, loosen two each 1/4 - 20 x 1/2"
box head Iodte (Key No. SS) 8nd adjust TIgMon bob
securely,
The errow ehoUld polm down toward the bait table to
ensure that tho 8pllGe Jntho bell wB not come epert.
Pull on tension handJo to Insudl abrmdve belt.
PIs_ the etxaslvo belt equsrely on tho whee_
Tho 8lxing ac_on wl tonsJen tho I:e#.
Make sure me b_ b tracldng correo_. /_Ju_ the
._ing u .ecaseary.
When the tit ISUaeldng wopedy Itrklea on the oer_er
d each wheel
Replacethe ben guard and beattable.
TRACKING ABRASIVE
Rguro 3
Toet the trecklng. Plug In power c_)rd. Turn sw#ch ON
and_rned','te/OFF.
POLISHING AND CONTOUR SANDING
Iftho 8brsslve bolt did no( move to tho right or left. t ks
tmoklng properly.
If the belt moved to the dgh( or IMt, adjustment Is
Remove platon (Key No. 25) by removing hex head
bolts and washers (Key No_ 5_ & 57).
The belt Is fle0dble(no dgld back) and ksable to follow
the contour of ouwed partL
necessary.
To adjust the vacklng wheel loosen the lecknut (Key
Move the workpleca 8gsleat be_t.The be_ wnlfollow the
No.SS).
contour(seeRguro 3),
Use 8 4mm hex w_enoh to tLml the tracking adJuslrJng
SHARPENING
If the al_aMve bait move,_ to the left. turn the adjusting
bolt countercleckwlea.
Adjust belt tablo to the de_dred _-uarpe_lng angle and
tlghten secu_ly. Use the belt sander to notch the back
of an eu_llae/pleca
of wood.
Lockme po_k)n when the balt ksuack_ngpmpedy so
Using a _.
attach the auxlflary plece of wood to
the tame. It acts as a support while 8harponing (sec
the bell wB remaln centered en the wheels.
F_wo 4).
I-.Ioldthe pcal_on of the tracking edJuedmerd eorew with
the 4ram hex wrench,
Use a 8ram wre_ch to tighten Io¢,knuZto lock posltl_
Top edge of tho wood should be approximately _/_'
Imm atxsslve
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be_
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
(Contlnued)
_0o, abrasiveused can be changedtOa dlffarentgrit
ro_acgnothe aJum_num
€.8C.
Addltlonslaluminumdlace are avsHable,Use I separate elumlnumdlsofor _ch gritslze used.
Interal_nge the ilun_num dlscto el_nge _ size.
Refll_e dlse table.
ADJUSTING DISC TABLE ANGLE
dll_
tal_e 18IKllUllllll01o from 45" to gO* for beveled
work.
To adjust the dlso table, Iooeen the two knobe and
adJuu to the dselmd angle.
When dleo table Is IR dulmd m_ie, lock II Into p(JUon
bym_.r_y _e_n_
mekno_
ABRASIVE DISC FINISHING
Figure 4
dlso sandingb well eultadfor finishingsmall
HORrTONTAL BELT SANDING
fist eurfacee encl conve0( curvad adges.
11_ belt houa_ _n be tired to a ho_zo_l pa_
Removethe belttabfaby mmovlngthe amcka headbolt
Movethewodq:_ _
and_t wMher (KWNOL62 & S4).
elxaslvedls_produces almostno sbnmlve e<:_Ion
atthecen_er.
Loo_m the socker hind bdt (Key No. 62); tlt lhe belt
hou_g tothehortzor_poe_n, and_en
e_head bait to =meumthe po_lon.
TI_ drlvo wh_ of the b_t oan be u_l
for _cllng _
sudac_
me ckMn_de (rloht)ofthe
faceofthe abrulve dlso.
me eoGk.
The abraslve dlsc moves fastest and rernov_ more
martial
as _lta_
at the outor edge.
If v_
Is fed withoul addltlonal ou_danca, more
materl_l wlll be removad towarcls the ou_" adge of the
disc.
A wodaltop (Key No. 66) Is provlded to be uaad when
stndgr,=ndV_ _ the hodzorsdpm_k_
For accuracy use the rnler gauge,
Attach the workaop to me belt housing with ==¢ket
head be. and wuher (K_/Noe, S2 & S4).
USING THE Mrl'ER GAUGE
(SeeRecommended
Accessod_ page11.)
Use a _ornblnstlon square to adjust the workstop at g0"
to _
_
with a 1/16" gap between the belt and
worl_op;
The miter gauga Is used oNy on the disc tabSe,Use the
mlter gauge for secudng work and haidlng the proper
anglewhlledlsc _andln_
NOTE: For stabllity,mount the belt and dbc sander to
the bendl top.
Adjust the .angle by _g
and locking It Into place
washer.
REPLACING THE ABRASIVE DISC
Remove disc tab_
the relier gauge scale
with thuml_¢rew
and fiat-
Remove aid 8braslve disc by peellng It from slumlnum
dis(;. Removing 81umlnumdisc trom motor 8hall Is not
necessary.
Check the accuracy o_ the miter gauge scale.
Use ii comblnatlorl square to adjust the miter gauge
square to the face o( the dlsc.
Clean aluminum dlsc If necee,ga_, Select the proper
abrasive disc 8nd apply to aluminum clls_.
Indlcator should be at zero. Loosen screw and reposllion Indlcator If necessary.
MAINTENANCE
WARNING:
MAKE CERTAIN THAT UNIT IS DISCONNECTED FROM POWER SOURCE
BEFORE AI"rEMPTING
TO SERVICE
OR REMOVE ANY COMPONENT.
Keep the wheels dean. Dirt on wheels will ceuse poor
tracking and belt sllppage.
IMPORTANT: AFTER SANDING WOOD OR NONMETALLIC MATERIAL. ALWAYS CLEAN THE AREA OF
SAWDUST BEFORE GRINDING METAL THE SPARKS
COULD IGNITE THE DEBRIS AND CAUSE A FIRE.
CLEANING
Keep machine and workshop dean. Do nol aflow sewdust to accumu_te on belt and dtsc undm'.
-8-
MAINTENANCE
LUBRICATION
The shielded _
manomly IUl_ted
further lubrlcelk)n,
(Continued)
Replace any damaged or mlsldng parts. Use the perte
I_ to order parts.
besdng_l In this sander are perlit the factory. They require no
Any _lempt to repalr the motor may create e heze_
unless rel_r Is done by s qualified service technlclarL
Repair service is available at your nearut Seers store.
KEEP SANDER IN REPAIR
If power cord Is worn, cut or damaged In any vmy, have
, repaid _anmed_Cy,
Replace worn abrasives when needed.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
M_orwlllnot
Mint.
POSSIBLE CAUOE(S)
CORREC11VE ACTION
1. Low voltage.
2. Open ckcue, in motor or
I. Che_,powMllnelurproperv_
2. Inspeot Mleedoonne(:Uo_onmotorfor
_lome _
Motto wm not etant;
fusee or circuit
breakers blow,
looseor open€onnectk_
1. Short drct,e In Une cord or
r_u_
2. Shah clrcull In motor or
Io_e conne_k:m.
3, Inoorrecl fusse or dmult
• breekors In powerllce.
1. Ir._pectnneoo_l Orplugfordamaged
Insulation and shorted wlres.
2. Inoped all ieed ¢ormootiono on motor for
k:xlo or sho_ed tormlr.ds or worn Ins_
on'w_
3. Instail O:mot luses or c',mull brsekerL
lie=
Motor falls to develop
lull power Loowsr
IX_ of motor dram
1. Power I_ ovedceded with
lights, appliances and other
motom.
rapidb/withdecre_e
2. Undendza
In voltage M motor
terminals).
too long.
3. General ovedoad_g of
power company's facaltles,
2. Ir_rease wire elze_ or reduce length 04
• wlrk_.
3. RiKNest a voltage d_eck fTOmthe power
company.
Motor overlheata.
1. MOtor ovedoedgd.
2. Ab"circulation through the
motor restricted.
1. Reduce Iced on motor,
2. Clean out motor to provlde normal air
drcuiatlon throt_h motor.
Motor mils (resulting
in blown fusn or
tripped circuit).
1. Short c_cult In motor o_
loose connections.
2. Low voltagL
3. Incorrect fuses or drcult
brukem In power line,
4. Motor ovedoaded.
1, Inspect connections In motor for loose or shorted
termlrmle orwom Ineulatlon on lead wires.
2. Correct the low line voltage conditions.
3. Inst_ correct fuses or cimult breakers.
wlre8 or ch'(_uils
Machine slows down
while opetatlng.
Applylng too much pressure
Abrasive belt tuna off
lop wheeL
No__c_ng proper_.
P
Reduce the load on the power line.
4, Reduce load on motor.
Ease up on Ixusure.
to workplace.
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See Operating I_
"l"mcldn9 Abmelve Belt"
section
42
65
50
4
I
3
62
S4
F_re S - F_:i_TW_
pam m_
REPLACEI NT
KEY
NO.
1
2
I
I
PART
NO.
DESCRIP'flON
3896.00
3897.00
Ro(o¢
Stzd_
3896.00
38ge.00
3304.0O
330S.0O
3306.00
1603.00
3307.00
3308.00
330O.0O
3310.00
3311.0O
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
T7
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
Rutdxrfoot
Disc _
_lt_
KEY
NO,
PART
NO.
1
1
2
1
1
37
38
30
40
41
1
44
STD51100_ * dP10-24xS/16' Screw, pan head
6
4!
_
STD5.0O_
_lO-_xlrZ'Scrow,pa.hoad
STD5231_ : 5/16-18
x 1/2" Boltr hex
27
3329.00
333O.OO
Z924.0O
1304.00
STD5110O; *
3334.00
331S.00
•
/_lv_d
3316.00
3,317.00
Belt Iltousin_
_(6")
.0o
3319.0o
Ben_
332O.OO
_
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
Handle wjlmob
Bolt table
Bdl table bracket
Switch with key
#I0-24x 1/4" ScreWr I:Bnhud
1
1
1
I
1
3332.00
8TD50250_ • 114-20 x 5/16" Screw, set
33,2.oo
_
STD522507 • 114-20x 3/4" Bolt, hex
T_
Traddng whul cam sh_dt
TraO_ng bracl_
3325.0o
3327.1111
•
•
QI"_'.
_scbcaclt
3313.00
3314.0O
3323.00
3324.00
3325,OO
PARTS LIST
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
$
I
2
1
1
1
1
2
See Recommended Acoeasodes (below
Standard handware item avalal_e locally.
RECOMMENDED
Sl
52
sOCl_t hood
333s.oo:
,m-24x3/4-so_d
1389.00
3/8-16 x 3Q4"Bolt, socket heel
1
1
53
54
3336.09
D 5/16-18 X 3/4" Screw, _
8TD551337 * 3/r Washer, fiat
2
I
55
STOS2250E• II4-20 x 1/2"Bolt,box
4
58
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
STD04111Q
STD55102E
STD551111]
STD04102E
1764.00
1902.00
1382,00
1474.00
STD551001
3337.00
1
6
4
I
I
I
I
I
4
1
es
67
68
69
70
•*
**
* @10-24x 5/8" _
333e.00
•
"
•
"
•
*
•
•
'
@10-24 Nut, hex
114"Washer, Ilat
@10Washer, Io<:k
1/4"20 Nut, hex
10ram Rata/_
dng
1Gram Retalnlntj dng
3/8-16xl
l/4"Bolt, sockethasd
dll0 Washer, star
5/16" Washer, flax
Motor shroud
Work_op
8TD5410Ol * 5/16"-18 Nut, hex
STD376004 * WIro nut
3339.00
Spacer
3193.00
_wer belt guard
3_.00
Owner's ManuaJ
I
2
2
2
1
I
Al_ays order by Part No_ not by Key No.
Not shown
ACCESSORIES
The A¢oessedes aro cm'rent and we_ awillable at the time this monual was printed.
ABRASWE BELTS 1" x 42"
ABRASIVE DISCS 6'
FINE ............................... 928409
MEDIUM......................... _928410
COARSE ........................ 9 28411
X-FINE ........................... _.28312
MEDIUM ........................ _928313
COARSE ....................... 9 29314
MITER GUAGE ........................... 924215
POWER TOOL HANDeOOK .......9 29117
BELT CLEANER .......................... 9 22744