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Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
Drill Press
Model: JDP-20MF
WMH TOOL GROUP
2420 Vantage Drive
Elgin, Illinois 60123
Ph.: 800-274-6848
www.wmhtoolgroup.com
Part No. M-354170
Revision G 04/04
Copyright © WMH Tool Group
This manual has been prepared for the owner and operators of a JDP-20MF Drill Press. Its purpose,
aside from machine operation, is to promote safety through the use of accepted correct operating and
maintenance procedures. Completely read the safety and maintenance instructions before operating or
servicing the machine. To obtain maximum life and efficiency from your JET Drill Press, and to aid in
using the machine safely, read this manual thoroughly and follow instructions carefully.
Warranty
WMH Tool Group warrants every product it sells. If one of our tools needs service or repair, one of our
Authorized Repair Stations located throughout the United States can give you quick service.
In most cases, any one of these WMH Tool Group Repair Stations can authorize warranty repair, assist
you in obtaining parts, or perform routine maintenance and major repair on your JET, Performax, Wilton,
or Powermatic tools.
For the name of an Authorized Repair Station in your area, please call 1-800-274-6848, or visit
www.wmhtoolgroup.com
More Information
WMH Tool Group is consistently adding new products to the line. For complete, up-to-date product
information, check with your local WMH Tool Group distributor, or visit www.wmhtoolgroup.com
WMH Tool Group Warranty
WMH Tool Group (including JET, Wilton and Powermatic brands) makes every effort to assure that its
products meet high quality and durability standards and warrants to the original retail consumer/purchaser
of our products that each product be free from defects in materials and workmanship as follow: 1 YEAR
LIMITED WARRANTY ON ALL PRODUCTS UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. This Warranty does
not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence or accidents, normal wear-andtear, repair or alterations outside our facilities, or to a lack of maintenance.
WMH TOOL GROUP LIMITS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES TO THE PERIOD SPECIFIED ABOVE,
FROM THE DATE THE PRODUCT WAS PURCHASED AT RETAIL. EXCEPT AS STATED HEREIN,
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS ARE EXCLUDED. SOME
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ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THE WMH TOOL GROUP SHALL IN NO EVENT BE
LIABLE FOR DEATH, INJURIES TO PERSONS OR PROPERTY, OR FOR INCIDENTAL,
CONTINGENT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE USE OF OUR
PRODUCTS. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY
TO YOU.
To take advantage of this warranty, the product or part must be returned for examination, postage
prepaid, to an Authorized Repair Station designated by our office. Proof of purchase date and an
explanation of the complaint must accompany the merchandise. If our inspection discloses a defect, we
will either repair or replace the product, or refund the purchase price if we cannot readily and quickly
provide a repair or replacement, if you are willing to accept a refund. We will return repaired product or
replacement at WMH Tool Group’s expense, but if it is determined there is no defect, or that the defect
resulted from causes not within the scope of WMH Tool Group’s warranty, then the user must bear the
cost of storing and returning the product. This warranty gives you specific legal rights; you may also have
other rights, which vary from state to state.
WMH Tool Group sells through distributors only. WMH Tool Group reserve the right to effect at any time,
without prior notice, those alterations to parts, fittings, and accessory equipment, which they may deem
necessary for any reason whatsoever.
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Table of Contents
Warranty........................................................................................................................................................ 2
Table of Contents.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Warnings ....................................................................................................................................................... 4
Specifications ................................................................................................................................................ 6
Shipping Contents......................................................................................................................................... 7
Required Tools.............................................................................................................................................. 7
Assembly....................................................................................................................................................... 8
Before Assembly ....................................................................................................................................... 8
Column Assembly...................................................................................................................................... 8
Table Bracket ............................................................................................................................................ 8
Crank Handle............................................................................................................................................. 9
Column Lock Handle ................................................................................................................................. 9
Table Installation ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Head Assembly ....................................................................................................................................... 10
Chuck and Arbor Installation ................................................................................................................... 10
Chuck and Arbor Removal ...................................................................................................................... 11
Adjustment .................................................................................................................................................. 11
Depth Stop Adjustment............................................................................................................................ 11
Changing Spindle Speeds....................................................................................................................... 11
Return Spring Adjustment ....................................................................................................................... 12
Work Light ............................................................................................................................................... 12
Table Tilt Adjustment............................................................................................................................... 12
Operation..................................................................................................................................................... 13
Installing Drills ......................................................................................................................................... 13
Positioning the Workpiece....................................................................................................................... 13
Using the Vise ......................................................................................................................................... 13
Basic Operation ....................................................................................................................................... 13
Maintenance................................................................................................................................................ 13
Lubrication................................................................................................................................................... 13
Electrical...................................................................................................................................................... 13
115 Volt Operation................................................................................................................................... 13
230 Volt Operation................................................................................................................................... 13
Grounding Instructions ............................................................................................................................ 14
Extension Cords ...................................................................................................................................... 14
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................................... 15
Replacement Parts .................................................................................................................................. 16
Exploded View Drawing JDP-20MF ........................................................................................................ 17
Parts List JDP-20MF ............................................................................................................................... 18
Wiring Diagram ........................................................................................................................................... 21
JDP-20MF Electrical Schematic – 115V ................................................................................................. 21
JDP-20MF Electrical Schematic – 230V ................................................................................................. 21
The specifications in this manual are given as general information and are not binding. WMH Tool Group
reserves the right to effect, at any time and without prior notice, changes or alterations to parts, fittings,
and accessory equipment deemed necessary for any reason whatsoever.
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Warnings
1. Read and understand the entire owners manual before attempting assembly or operation.
2. Read and understand the warnings posted on the machine and in this manual. Failure to comply with
all of these warnings may cause serious injury.
3. Replace the warning labels if they become obscured or removed.
4. This drill press is designed and intended for use by properly trained and experienced personnel only.
If you are not familiar with the proper and safe operation of a drill press, do not use until proper
training and knowledge have been obtained.
5. Do not use this drill press for other than its intended use. If used for other purposes, WMH Tool
Group disclaims any real or implied warranty and holds itself harmless from any injury that may result
from that use.
6. Always wear approved safety glasses/face shields while using this drill press. Everyday eyeglasses
only have impact resistant lenses; they are not safety glasses.
7. Before operating this drill press, remove tie, rings, watches and other jewelry, and roll sleeves up past
the elbows. Remove all loose clothing and confine long hair. Non-slip footwear or anti-skid floor strips
are recommended. Do not wear gloves.
8. Wear ear protectors (plugs or muffs) during extended periods of operation.
9. Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling and other construction activities
contain chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples
of these chemicals are:
•
Lead from lead based paint.
•
Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other masonry products.
•
Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber.
10. Your risk of exposure varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your
exposure to these chemicals, work in a well-ventilated area and work with approved safety
equipment, such as face or dust masks that are specifically designed to filter out microscopic
particles.
11. Do not operate this machine while tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or any medication.
12. Make certain the switch is in the OFF position before connecting the machine to the power supply.
13. Make certain the machine is properly grounded.
14. Make all machine adjustments or maintenance with the machine unplugged from the power source.
15. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches. Form a habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting
wrenches are removed from the machine before turning it on.
16. Keep safety guards in place at all times when the machine is in use. If removed for maintenance
purposes, use extreme caution and replace the guards immediately.
17. Make sure the drill press is firmly secured to the floor or bench before use.
18. Check damaged parts. Before further use of the machine, a guard or other part that is damaged
should be carefully checked to determine that it will operate properly and perform its intended
function. Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting
and any other conditions that may affect its operation. A guard or other part that is damaged should
be properly repaired or replaced.
19. Provide for adequate space surrounding work area and non-glare, overhead lighting.
20. Keep the floor around the machine clean and free of scrap material, oil and grease.
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21. Keep visitors a safe distance from the work area. Keep children away.
22. Make your workshop child proof with padlocks, master switches or by removing starter keys.
23. Give your work undivided attention. Looking around, carrying on a conversation and “horse-play” are
careless acts that can result in serious injury.
24. Maintain a balanced stance at all times so that you do not fall or lean against the spindle or other
moving parts. Do not overreach or use excessive force to perform any machine operation.
25. Use the right tool at the correct speed and feed rate. Do not force a tool or attachment to do a job for
which it was not designed. The right tool will do the job better and safer.
26. Use recommended accessories; improper accessories may be hazardous.
27. Maintain tools with care. Keep drill bits sharp and clean for the best and safest performance. Follow
instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
28. Make sure the work piece is securely attached or clamped to the table. Never use your hand to hold
the work piece.
29. Turn off the machine before cleaning. Use a brush or compressed air to remove chips or debris — do
not use your hands.
30. Do not stand on the machine. Serious injury could occur if the machine tips over.
31. Never leave the machine running unattended. Turn the power off and do not leave the machine until it
comes to a complete stop.
32. Remove loose items and unnecessary work pieces from the area before starting the machine.
Familiarize yourself with the following safety notices used in this manual:
This means that if precautions are not heeded, it may result in minor injury and/or
possible machine damage.
This means that if precautions are not heeded, it may result in serious injury or possibly
even death.
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Specifications
Model Number................................................................................................................................JDP-20MF
Stock Number ..................................................................................................................................... 354170
Swing....................................................................................................................................................20-1/2”
Type ........................................................................................................................................................Floor
Drilling Capacity ........................................................................................................................................... 1”
Chuck Size ................................................................................................................................................ 3/4”
Spindle Travel ........................................................................................................................................4-5/8”
Spindle Distance to Base .....................................................................................................................46-3/4”
Spindle Distance to Table (max.).........................................................................................................29-1/8”
Table Size (Length x Width)....................................................................................................... 18-1/2" x 16"
Spindle Taper..........................................................................................................................................MT-3
Column Diameter ...................................................................................................................................3-3/8”
Number of Spindle Speeds ......................................................................................................................... 12
Range of Spindle Speeds (RPM)................................................................................................. 150 – 4,200
Base Size ............................................................................................................................. 13-3/4” x 22-3/4”
Overall Dimensions (H x W x D) ................................................................................66" x 18-1/2" x 31-1/2""
Motor ....................................................................................1-1/2HP, 115/230V, 60Hz, 1Ph, Prewired 115V
Net Weight (approx.) .......................................................................................................................... 282 lbs.
Gross Weight .................................................................................................................................... 293 lbs.
Carton Size (L x W x H): ..........................................................................................................26" x 13" x 58"
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Shipping Contents
Unpack the carton and verify that all parts listed
below are included.
Main Parts
Other Material
1 ea
1 ea
1 set
1 ea
1 ea
1 ea
Head Assembly
Table
Column and Table Bracket Assembly
Base
Required Tools
1. 17mm Box Wrench or a 6” – 8” Adjustable
Wrench
2. 15/16" wrench
Additional Parts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1 set
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
3 pcs
1 pc
1 set
4 pcs
2 pc
Owner’s Manual
Warranty Registration Card
Chuck and Chuck Key
Arbor
Drift Key
Table Crank Handle
Column Lock Handle
Downfeed Handles and Knobs
5/8"-11x2" Hex Cap Screw
Locator Pin and Hex Nut
M10 x 40 Hex Cap Screws
Hex Wrenches (3mm, 5mm)
Additional Parts
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Assembly
Read and understand all
assembly instructions before attempting
assembly!
Failure to comply may cause
serious injury!
Do not attempt to turn on
power before this machine is completely
assembled.
Before Assembly
1. Remove the contents from the shipping
container.
2. Compare the contents of the shipping
container with the list on page 7. Report any
shortages or damage to your JET distributor.
Figure 1
3. Clean all rust protected surfaces with
kerosene or a light solvent. Do not use
lacquer thinner, paint thinner, or gasoline.
These will damage plastic components and
painted surfaces.
Column Assembly
Referring to Figure 1:
1. Place the base (A) on a level floor.
2. Place the column assembly (B) on the base
(A) and align the holes in the column support
with the holes in the base.
3. Using a 17mm wrench, secure the column (B)
with four M10 x 40 hex cap screws (C) to the
base.
Figure 2
Table Bracket
When shipped, the rack ring and rack are bundled
together with the column in plastic wrap.
Referring to Figures 2 and 3:
1. Remove the wrap and take the rack ring (D)
and rack (B) off the column (C).
2. Install the table bracket (A) together with the
rack (B) on the column (C) as shown in
Figure 2.
3. Slide the rack ring (D) over the column (C),
placing it so it rests against the rack (B) as
shown in Figure 3 and tighten firmly with a
3mm hex wrench (provided).
Figure 3
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Crank Handle
Referring to Figure 4:
1. Loosen the setscrew (B) on the table crank
handle (A).
2. Slide the handle (A) onto the table bracket
shaft.
3. Turn the handle until the setscrew is opposite
the flat section on the shaft, and tighten the
setscrew to secure the handle.
Figure 4
Column Lock Handle
Referring to Figure 5:
Thread the column lock handle (A) into the table
bracket (B).
Table Installation
The table is heavy! This installation is a two
person operation to avoid injury from
accidental dropping.
Referring to Figure 6:
Figure 5
1. Have one person hold the table (A) against
the bracket (B), aligning the hole in the
mounting plate of the table with the threaded
hole in bracket.
2. Have the second person insert the 5/8"-11x2
hex head screw (C) through the opening on
the bottom side of the table (A) and start
threading the screw into the bracket by hand.
3. Finish tightening the screw (C) with a 15/16"
or wrench (wrench provided), but leave loose
enough so the table can be tilted by hand.
4. Using the scale on the bracket as a guide, set
the table angle to 0 degrees (level).
5. Take the locator pin (D) and adjust the hex
nut towards the end of the thread as shown in
the close up view (D).
6. Insert the non-threaded end of the locator pin
(D) into the hole on the table found just below
the mounting screw. Press all the way in.
Figure 6
Note: The table may have to be tilted slightly
back and forth if the holes do not quite align.
7. Tighten the screw (C) with a 15/16" wrench.
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Head Assembly
Referring to Figure 7:
1. With the aid of a second person, carefully lift
the head onto the column top and slide it
down into position
The head assembly is heavy! Use care when
lifting onto the column!
2. Rotate head assembly until sides of the pulley
cover are parallel with the sides of the base.
3. Tighten two setscrews (A) with a 5mm hex
wrench (provided) until they are snug.
Figure 7
4. Install three downfeed handles (B) into the
downfeed hub (C).
Chuck and Arbor Installation
Referring to Figure 8:
1. Raise table to approximately seven inches
below spindle assembly, and lock the table in
place.
2. Place a piece of scrap wood (D) on the table.
3. Thoroughly clean the internal and external
taper of the arbor (A), and chuck (B) and
spindle (C).
Important: These three pieces must be free of
any rust protection, or lubricant. If they are not
clean, the arbor and chuck will fail to seat in the
spindle.
4. Place arbor (A) into the chuck (B).
5. Twist the chuck to retract the chuck jaws if
they are exposed.
Figure 8
6. Place arbor and chuck assembly into the
spindle (C).
7. Turn the arbor and chuck assembly until the
tang on the arbor engages the slot at the end
of the spindle.
8. Lower the down feed handle (E) so that the
chuck meets the scrap wood. Place
downward pressure on the feed handle to
seat the arbor and chuck into the spindle.
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Chuck and Arbor Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Unplug machine from the power source.
Raise the table until it is about seven inches
below the chuck.
Place a piece of scrap wood on the table,
and lower quill (A, Fig. 9) using the downfeed
handle.
Rotate spindle to align the keyhole in the
spindle with the keyhole in the quill.
Insert the drift key (B, Fig. 9) into the aligned
slots and tap lightly. The chuck and arbor
assembly should fall from the spindle.
Figure 9
Adjustment
Depth Stop Adjustment
To drill multiple holes at the same preset depth,
use the depth stop:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Use a pencil to mark the depth the bit will drill
into the workpiece.
With the drill bit in the chuck, lower downfeed
handle to advance bit to your mark (A, Fig.
10).
With your other hand, advance the lock nuts
(B, Fig. 10) on the depth stop rod until they
are snug to the seat (C, Fig. 10).
The drill bit will now advance to this point.
To release, advance the nuts counterclockwise to the top of the depth stop.
Changing Spindle Speeds
A spindle speed and pulley/belt arrangement chart
is found on the inside of the pulley cover (D,
Fig. 11), also shown in Figure 12. Refer to this
chart whenever changing speeds.
Figure 10
8. To change spindle speeds:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Unplug the machine from the power source.
Loosen two bar knobs (E, Fig. 11) found on
each side of the head assembly.
Rotate the tension adjuster clockwise
(F, Fig. 11) to bring the motor base as close
to the head as possible.
For desired speed, change the location of
belts per pulley/belt arrangement chart.
Rotate the tension adjuster counterclockwise
(F. Fig. 11) to tension the belts.
Tighten two bar knobs (E, Fig. 11). Belts are
properly tensioned when finger and thumb
pressure midway between the two pulleys
causes approximately ½” deflection.
Figure 11
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Return Spring Adjustment
The return spring is adjusted at the factory and
should not need further adjustment. If adjustment
is deemed necessary, follow the steps below
while referring to Figure 12:
1. Unplug the machine from the power source.
2. Loosen two hex nuts (A). Do not remove.
Do not remove the coil spring
cover (Step 3). The torsion spring will uncoil
and can cause serious injury.
3. Firmly hold the coil spring cover (B).
4. Pull out the cover and rotate until the pin (C)
on the return spring plate engages the next
notch in the coil spring cover. Turn the cover
clockwise to decrease tension and counterclockwise to increase tension.
Figure 12
5. Tighten two hex nuts (A). Do not over-tighten.
Nuts should not contact the housing when
tight. The hex nuts should be tightened
against each other.
Work Light
Install a light bulb, no larger than 60 watts into the
socket accessed from beneath the head. The
rocker switch controls the light switch (D, Fig. 12).
Table Tilt Adjustment
To tilt the table (refer to Figures 13 and 14):
In the following steps, DO NOT OVER
LOOSEN. This could result in the table
assembly to separate from the column, fall
and cause injury.
Figure 13
1. Using a 15/16" wrench, loosen the hex cap
screw (B), located under the table, about one
turn.
2. Pull the locator pin out.
The pin may be seated quite tight; in which
case turn the hex nut (B) clockwise with a
3mm hex wrench to assist in extracting the
pin
Note: When the table is in any position other
than level (0 degrees), the locator pin is not
used.
3. Tilt the table to the desired angle by aligning
the scale (in degrees) on the table (C) to the
marker at the base of the bracket (D).
Figure 14
4. Tighten the hex cap screw (A).
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pulling out the plug or switching off the main
switch! Failure to comply may cause serious
injury.
Operation
Installing Drills
A coat of automobile-type wax applied to the
table and column will help to keep the surfaces
clean.
Insert the drill into the chuck jaws with about
1" insertion. When using a small drill do not
insert it so far that the jaws touch the flutes of
the drill. Make sure that the drill is centered in
the chuck before tightening the chuck with the
key.
If the power cord is worn, cut, or damaged in
any way, have it replaced immediately.
Lubrication
Positioning the Workpiece
All of the ball bearings are packed with grease at
the factory. They require no further lubrication.
Always place a piece of wood (or plywood) on
the table. This will prevent "splintering" or
making heavy burrs on the underside of the
workpiece as the drill breaks through. The wood
should contact the left side of the column.
Periodically lubricate the gear, rack, table
elevation mechanism, the splines (grooves) in
the spindle, and the teeth of the quill with a #2
tube grease.
Using the Vise
Electrical
For the small workpiece that cannot be clamped
to the table, use a drill press vise. The vise must
be clamped or bolted to the table. Always use a
back-up piece of scrap wood to cover the table.
This protects both the table and the drill bit.
115 Volt Operation
Referring to Figure 15:
As received from the factory, your drill press is
ready to run at 115-volt operation. This drill
press, when wired for 115 volt, is intended for
use on a circuit that has an outlet and a plug that
looks like the one illustrated in (A). A temporary
adapter, which looks like the adapter shown in
(B), may be used to connect this plug to a twopole receptacle if a properly grounded outlet is
not available. The temporary adapter should
only be used until a properly grounded outlet
can be installed by a qualified electrician. This
adapter is not applicable in Canada. The green
colored rigid ear, lug, or tab, extending from the
adapter, must be connected to a permanent
ground such as a properly grounded outlet box.
Basic Operation
Place material to be drilled in such as way as to
come into contact with the left side of the
column. This prevents the material from
spinning.
If the work piece is not large enough to come
into contact with the column, use a clamp or
drill press vise that is securely fastened to
the table! Failure to comply may cause
serious injury!
Feed the bit into the material with only enough
force to allow the drill bit to work. Feeding too
slowly may cause burning of the workpiece.
Feeding too quickly may cause the motor to stop
and/or the drill bit to break.
Generally speaking, the smaller the drill bit, the
greater the RPM required. Wood requires higher
speeds than metal. Metal is usually drilled at
slower speeds.
Figure 15
230 Volt Operation
Referring to Figure 16:
In dusty environments, frequently blow out any
dust that accumulates inside the motor.
If 230V, single-phase operation is desired, the
following instructions must be followed:
Maintenance
1. Disconnect the machine from the power
source.
2. The JET drill press motor has four
numbered leads that are factory connected
for 115V operation, as shown in (A). For
Before any intervention on the machine,
disconnect it from the electrical supply by
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230V operation reconnect the leads as
shown in (B).
connect the equipment-grounding conductor to a
live terminal.
3. The 115V attachment plug (C), supplied with
the drill press, must be replaced with a
UL/CSA listed plug suitable for 230V
operation (D). Contact your local Authorized
JET Service Center or qualified electrician
for proper procedures to install the plug.
The drill press must comply with all local and
national codes after the 230-volt plug is
installed.
Check with a qualified electrician or service
personnel if the grounding instructions are not
completely understood, or if in doubt as to
whether the tool is properly grounded. Use only
three wire extension cords that have three-prong
grounding plugs and three-pole receptacles that
accept the tool’s plug.
Repair or replace a damaged or worn cord
immediately.
4. The drill press with a 230-volt plug should
only be connected to an outlet having the
same configuration as shown in (D). No
adapter is available nor should be used with
the 230-volt plug.
Extension Cords
Make sure your extension cord is in good
condition. When using an extension cord, be
sure to use one heavy enough to carry the
current your machine will draw. An undersized
cord will cause a drop in the line voltage
resulting in power loss and overheating. The
table following shows the correct size to use
depending on the cord length and nameplate
ampere rating. If in doubt, use the next heavier
gauge.
Remember, the smaller the gauge
number, the heavier the cord.
Figure 16
Grounding Instructions
This tool must be grounded while in use to
protect the operator from electric shock.
Length of
Cord
AWG
0–25
16
25-50
14
51-100
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The drill press with a 230-volt plug should only
be connected to an outlet having the same
configuration (D, Fig. 16). No adapter is
available or should be used with the 230-volt
plug.
In the event of a malfunction or breakdown,
grounding provides a path of least resistance for
electric current to reduce the risk of electric
shock. This tool is equipped with an electric
cord having an equipment-grounding conductor
and a grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into a matching outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all
local codes and ordinances.
Important: In all cases (115 or 230 volts), make
certain the receptacle in question is properly
grounded. If you are not sure, have a registered
electrician check the receptacle.
Do not modify the plug provided. If it will not fit
the outlet, have the proper outlet installed by a
qualified electrician.
Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk of
electric shock. The conductor, with insulation
having an outer surface that is green with or
without yellow stripes, is the equipmentgrounding conductor. If repair or replacement of
the electric cord or plug is necessary, do not
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Troubleshooting
Trouble
Drill press will not
start.
Drill press does not
come up to speed.
Drill Press vibrates
excessively.
Noisy Operation.
Workpiece Burns.
Drill bit wanders.
Wood splinters on the
underside.
Drill bit binds in
workpiece.
Probable Cause
Remedy
Drill press unplugged from wall, or
motor.
Check all plug connections.
Fuse blown, or circuit breaker tripped.
Replace fuse, or reset circuit breaker.
Cord damaged.
Replace cord.
Starting capacitor bad.
Replace starting capacitor.
Extension cord too light or too long.
Replace with adequate size and
length cord.
Low current.
Contact a qualified electrician.
Stand on uneven surface.
Adjust stand so that it rests evenly on
the floor.
Bad belt(s).
Replace belts.
Incorrect belt tension.
Adjust belt tension. See the
Changing Spindle Speeds section.
Dry spindle.
Lubricate spindle. See the
Lubrication section.
Loose spindle pulley.
Check tightness of retaining nut on
pulley, and tighten if necessary.
Loose motor pulley.
Tighten setscrews in pulleys.
Incorrect Speed.
Change to appropriate speed; see the
Changing Spindle Speeds section.
Chips not clearing from hole or bit.
Retract drill bit frequently to remove
chips.
Dull drill bit.
Resharpen, or replace drill bit.
Feeding too slowly.
Increase feed rate.
Bit sharpened incorrectly.
Resharpen bit correctly.
Bent drill bit.
Replace drill bit.
Bit, or chuck not installed properly.
Reinstall the chuck, or bit properly.
No backing board used.
Place a scrap board underneath the
workpiece to prevent splintering.
Workpiece pinching the bit.
Support or clamp workpiece.
Excessive feed rate.
Decrease feed rate.
Chuck jaws not tight.
Tighten chuck jaws.
Improper belt tension.
Adjust belt tension. See the Changing
Spindle Speeds section.
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Troubleshooting (cont.)
Trouble
Probable Cause
Remedy
Bent drill bit.
Replace drill bit.
Worn spindle bearings.
Replace spindle bearings.
Bit, or chuck not properly installed.
Reinstall the bit, or chuck properly.
Quill returns too slow,
or too fast.
Spring has improper tension.
Adjust spring tension. See the Return
Spring Adjustment section.
Chuck or arbor does
not stay in place.
Dirt, grease, etc on arbor, chuck, or
spindle.
Clean all mating surfaces thoroughly
with a cleaner degreaser.
Excessive drill bit
runout, or wobble.
Parts
Replacement Parts
Replacement parts are listed on the following pages. To order parts or reach our service department, call
800-274-6848 between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. (CST), Monday through Friday. Having the Model
Number and Serial
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Exploded View Drawing JDP-20MF
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Parts List JDP-20MF
Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
1 ...............11300117 .................Base JDP-20MF................................................... .................................... 1
.................11400401A1.............Column & Holder Assembly (Index 2A, 2B)......... Ø85mm ....................... 1
2A .............JDP20-102A.............Column................................................................. .................................... 1
2B .............JDP20-102B.............Holder................................................................... .................................... 1
3 ...............TS-1525021 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. M10x12 ....................... 1
4 ...............TS-1523041 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. M6x12 ......................... 1
5 ...............TS-1492041 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... M12x40 ....................... 4
6 ...............11400607 .................Bracket ................................................................. .................................... 1
7 ...............10600702 .................Pinion Gear .......................................................... .................................... 1
8 ...............10600802 .................Gear Shaft............................................................ .................................... 1
9 ...............10600902 .................Worm Pinion......................................................... ......................................
10A ...........11501003 .................Crank Handle ....................................................... .................................... 1
11 .............JDP20-111 ...............Pan Head Screw .................................................. M5x6 ........................... 2
13 .............TS-0071031 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... 5/8”-11x2” ................... 1
14 .............10901402 .................Locator Pin ........................................................... .................................... 1
15 .............TS-0561011 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 1/4”-20......................... 1
16 .............11401601 .................Angle Scale .......................................................... .................................... 1
17 .............10601702 .................Centering Scale ................................................... .................................... 1
18 .............2658MZDU36...........Drive Screw.......................................................... Ø2.3x5 ........................ 8
19 .............10601901 .................Column Lock Handle............................................ .................................... 1
21 .............11302119 .................Work Table........................................................... .................................... 1
22 .............11402207 .................Rack ..................................................................... .................................... 1
23 .............11402311 .................Rack Ring............................................................. .................................... 1
24 .............TS-2276081 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. M6x8 ........................... 1
25 .............11302522 .................Head..................................................................... .................................... 1
26 .............TS-1525021 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. M10x12 ....................... 2
27 .............10602701 .................Lamp Socket ........................................................ .................................... 1
28 .............TS-1534042 .............Pan Head Screw .................................................. M6x12 ......................... 2
29 .............11502901 .................Handle Shifter ...................................................... .................................... 1
30 .............10603002 .................Cam...................................................................... .................................... 1
31 .............TS-1490021 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... M8x16 ......................... 1
32 .............11503212 .................Slide Bar (right) .................................................... .................................... 1
33 .............10903302 .................Slide Bar Bolt ....................................................... M10x40 ....................... 2
34 .............11403437 .................Motor Base........................................................... .................................... 1
35 .............TS-0720111 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ 1/2”.............................. 2
36 .............TS-1540081 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ M12 ............................. 2
37 .............10603704 .................Hub....................................................................... .................................... 1
38 .............11303812 .................Feed Shaft............................................................ .................................... 1
39 .............2536MBE611 ...........Spring Pin............................................................. Ø5x16 ......................... 1
43A ...........10604303A1.............Handle Bar Assy .................................................. .................................... 3
45 .............10661801 .................Shaft Collar .......................................................... .................................... 1
46 .............13105102 .................Scale .................................................................... .................................... 1
49 .............11404903A2.............Coil Spring & Cover ............................................. .................................... 1
51 .............11305107 .................Spring Seat .......................................................... .................................... 1
53 .............TS-0561052 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ 1/2”-20 UNF .............. 12
54 .............10605403 .................Quill Set Screw .................................................... .................................... 1
55 .............TS-1540071 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ M10 ............................. 1
56 .............11305616 .................Quill ...................................................................... .................................... 1
57 .............11405704 .................Rubber Washer.................................................... .................................... 1
58 .............11305801 .................Spindle ................................................................. .................................... 1
59 .............BB-6206ZZ...............Ball Bearing.......................................................... 6206ZZ........................ 1
60 .............2003A02906.............Thrust Bearing ..................................................... .................................... 1
61 .............BB-6204Z.................Ball Bearing.......................................................... 6204Z.......................... 1
62 .............11406202 .................Washer................................................................. .................................... 1
63 .............11406302 .................Lock Nut ............................................................... .................................... 1
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Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
64 .............11406403 .................Spindle Nut........................................................... .................................... 1
65 .............11406508 .................Drive Sleeve......................................................... .................................... 1
66 .............BB-6206Z.................Ball Bearing.......................................................... 6206Z......................... 2
67 .............11406706 .................Collar.................................................................... .................................... 1
68 .............11406803 .................Retaining Ring ..................................................... .................................... 2
69 .............10606902 .................Pulley Set Nut ...................................................... .................................... 1
70 .............11407019 .................Spindle Pulley ...................................................... 12S,A .......................... 1
71 .............21015M3J40 ............Arbor .................................................................... MT3xJT4 ..................... 1
72A ...........561709 .....................Chuck & Chuck Key ............................................. .................................... 1
73 .............10607303 .................Wedge.................................................................. .................................... 1
74 .............8211422651 .............Motor .................................................................... .................................... 1
75 .............C0014170122 ..........Motor Cable.......................................................... .................................... 1
76 .............TS-1490041 .............Hex Cap Screw .................................................... M8x25 ......................... 4
77 .............TS-1550061 .............Flat Washer.......................................................... M8 ............................... 4
78 .............TS-1540061 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ M8 ............................... 4
79 .............11037972 .................Motor Pulley ......................................................... 19mm .......................... 1
80 .............2571MNC109...........Key ....................................................................... 5x6x27 ........................ 1
81 .............TS-1524031 .............Socket Set Screw................................................. M8x12 ......................... 1
83 .............10608301 .................Wire Clip............................................................... .................................... 1
84 .............TS-1533032 .............Pan Head Screw .................................................. M5x10 ......................... 1
85 .............2807AB08B3............Power Cord .......................................................... .................................... 1
87 .............2850AG5A14 ...........Switch................................................................... .................................... 1
88 .............11308801 .................Switch Box ........................................................... .................................... 1
89 .............TS-1534042 .............Pan Head Screw .................................................. M6x12 ......................... 2
90A ...........11309014A1.............Pulley Cover Assembly ........................................ .................................... 1
92 .............TS-1534052 .............Pan Head Screw .................................................. M6x16 ......................... 4
95 .............11409511 .................Center Pulley Assy............................................... .................................... 1
96 .............BB-6202Z.................Ball Bearing.......................................................... 6202Z.......................... 2
98 .............11409803 .................Center Pulley Shaft .............................................. .................................... 1
99 .............VB-A32.....................Belt ....................................................................... A-32 ............................ 2
101 ...........2501MNVN11 ..........Rubber Washer.................................................... .................................... 4
121 ...........TS-2286302 .............Pan Head Screw .................................................. M6x30 ......................... 2
128 ...........2653MBDE15...........Tapping Screw ..................................................... M4x20 ......................... 2
129 ...........TS-1504051 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... M8x25 ......................... 1
130 ...........TS-1504061 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... M8x30 ......................... 2
137 ...........10308846 .................Switch Cover ........................................................ .................................... 1
138 ...........TS-1533042 .............Pan Head Screw .................................................. M5x12 ......................... 2
139 ...........2852U55702 ............Bulb Switch .......................................................... .................................... 1
140 ...........11514001 .................Motor Bar (left) ..................................................... .................................... 1
147 ...........JDP20-1147 .............Cover Edge Strip.................................................. .................................... 1
149 ...........2536MBE619 ...........Spring Pin............................................................. Ø8x25 ......................... 2
160 ...........11316902 .................Nameplate............................................................ .................................... 1
162 ...........10216210 .................Warning Label ...................................................... .................................... 1
163 ...........JDP20-1163 .............Motor Label .......................................................... .................................... 1
165 ...........11316501 .................Speed Chart ......................................................... .................................... 1
601 ...........TS-1533032 .............Pan Head Screw .................................................. M5x10 ......................... 2
602 ...........TS-0733041 .............Lock Washer External Tooth................................ 1/4".............................. 2
605 ...........2536MBE623 ...........Spring Pin............................................................. Ø6x16 ......................... 1
606 ...........2536MBE625 ...........Spring Pin............................................................. Ø2.5x10 ...................... 1
607 ...........TS-0720091 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ 3/8”.............................. 2
610 ...........TS-2286202 .............Pan Head Screw .................................................. M6x20 ......................... 2
611 ...........11361101 .................Seat...................................................................... .................................... 1
612 ...........TS-1540071 .............Hex Nut ................................................................ M10 ............................. 1
613 ...........11361301 .................Scale Bolt ............................................................. .................................... 1
614 ...........13005701 .................Nut........................................................................ M16-2.0P .................... 2
615 ...........13005601 .................Washer................................................................. .................................... 1
616 ...........TS-1504051 .............Socket Head Cap Screw...................................... M8x25 ......................... 1
617 ...........11361701 .................Set Ring ............................................................... .................................... 1
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Index No. Part No.
Description
Size
Qty
618 ...........10604505 .................Round Nut ............................................................ .................................... 1
619 ...........TS-0720091 .............Lock Washer ........................................................ 3/8”.............................. 1
700 ...........TS-152704 ...............Hex Wrench ......................................................... 3mm ............................ 1
701 ...........TS-152706 ...............Hex Wrench ......................................................... 5mm ............................ 1
801 ...........28065558B3.............Bulb Wire.............................................................. .................................... 1
805 ...........10280501 .................Bulb Sticker .......................................................... .................................... 1
903 ...........2801ABRF04 ...........Strain Relief.......................................................... .................................... 2
817 ...........28065558B3.............Bulb Wire.............................................................. .................................... 1
904 ...........JDP20-1904 .............Strain Relief.......................................................... .................................... 1
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Wiring Diagram
JDP-20MF Electrical Schematic – 115V
STARTING CAPACITOR
400MFD 125 VAC
ON / OFF SWITCH
BLACK
3
BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
2
1
4
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
WHITE
BLACK
GROUND
LAMP SWITCH
BLACK
BLACK
WHITE
BLACK
LAMP
JDP-20MF Electrical Schematic – 230V
STARTING CAPACITOR
400MFD 125 VAC
ON / OFF SWITCH
BLACK
3
BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
2
1
4
GREEN
GREEN
LAMP SWITCH
BLACK
BLACK
WHITE
BLACK
LAMP
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GREEN
BLACK
WHITE
GROUND
NOTES
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WMH Tool Group
2420 Vantage Drive
Elgin, Illinois 60123
Phone: 800-274-6848
www.wmhtoolgroup.com
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