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MODEL NO.
113=29884
SAW WITH LEGS
TWO CAST IRON
TABLE EXTENSIONS
MOTOR AND
QUICK RELEASE
RIP FENCE
Sedal
Number
Model and serlQI num_:x_rmay
be fotr_
at 1he rlghf-I'_nd side of the
bose.
You should r_ord both model
and sedal number In a safe
place for future use.
FOR YOUR
SAFETY:
READ ALL
INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY.
CRRFTSMRH
10" Belt Drive Saw
• assembly
= operating
• repair parts
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Sold by SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., Hoffman Estates, IL. 60179 U.S.A.
Part No SP5624 Printed in U S A
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if within one year from the data of purchase, this Craftsmen Table Saw fails due to a defect in
WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY SIMPLY CONTACTING THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE
CENTER/DEPARTMENT THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES.
THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY WHRLE THIS PRODUCTIS USED IN THE UNITED STATES.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to sttata.
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., D/817 WA Hoffman Estates, iL 60179
SAFETY iNSTRUCTiONS FOR TABLE SAW
Safety is a 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 mistakes that could cause
serious, permanent Injury, do not plug the saw in
until the following steps have been satisfactorily
completed.
1. Assembly and Alignment (See pages 13 -34).
2. Learn the use and function of the ON-OFF Switch,
Guard, Spreader, Anti-Kickbackdevice, MiterGauge,
Fence, Table Insert and Blade Elevation and Bevel
Controls. (See page 35)
3. Review and understanding of all safety instructions
and operating procedures in this manual.
4. Review of the maintenance methods for this saw.
4. GROUND THE SAW- This saw has an approved 3-
conductor cord and a3-prong grounding type plug.
The plug fits grounding type outlets designed for 120
volt 15 amp circuits. The green conductor inthe cord
isthe groundingwire. To avoid electrocution, NEVER
connect the green wire to a live terminal.
5. To avoid injuryfrom 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 or use recommended
casterswhen you need to movethe saw. Always get
help if you need to il_ the saw. Holdthe saw closeto
yourbody. Bend your knees so you can liftwithyour
legs, not your back.
7. NEVER STAND ON TOOL. Serious injury could
occur ifthe tool tips or you accidentally hitthe cutting
tool. Do not store anything above or near the tool
where anyone might stand on the tool to reach them.
Read theDANGER label found onthe front ofthe saw as BEFORE EACH USE:
shown below.
WHEN INSTALLING OR MOVING THE SAW
1. AVOID DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT. Use the
saw in adry place protected from rain. Keep work
area well lighted.
2_To avoid injury from unexpectedsaw movement:
A. Put the saw on a firm level surface where there is
B. Support the saw so the table is level and the saw
does not rock.
C. Bolt the saw 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, bolt the saw to the floor or
prop up the outer end of the extension from tLa
floor to keep the saw from tipping.
3. Put the saw where neither operators nor bystanders
must stand in line with the saw blade.
I _DANGER
1, Read manual before using saw 4. Keep blade guard down and m 7. When ripping_ use push stickwhen
2. Wear safety goggles that meet pla_e for through cbts. fence is set 2 _nc_es or more from
ANSt ZE_Trl standards, 5Do not do freehand cuts, blade.
3DO not reach around Or over saw 6, Keep h_5 out of path of s3w B. Know how t_ reduce the risk of
b_;_des bJade _c_back See in_ructtons for flppli'Ig
1. Inspect your saw.
A. To avoid injuryfrom accidental starting, unplugthe
saw, turnthe switch off and remove the switchkey
before raising or removing the Guard, changing
the cutting tool, changing the setup or adjusting
anything.
B. Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of
moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting, and
any other condit_ns that may affect the way it
works. If any partis missing, bent, or broken inany
way, or any electrical parts don't work properly,
turn the saw off and unplug the saw.
C. Replace damaged, missing, or failed parts before
using the saw again.
D. Use the Sawblade Guard, Spreader, and Anti-
Kickback Pawlsfor anythru-sawing (whenever the
blade comes through the top of the workplace).
Make surethe Pawls work properly. Make sure the
Spreader is in line with the sawblade.
!
g. When ripping, use push bI_CK ana t 0. Turn power Off and wait for blade]_
aux_Fary fence when fence _s set _ stop befor_ _l_jtJStl_lg ot I
between 2 and 2 inches from _ervi¢lng
blade Do not make r_ cu_s
narrc_ver tr_an _/_ inch.
E. REMOVEADJUSTING KEYSANDWRENCHES.
Form habit of checking for and removing keys and
adjusting wrenches from tool before turning it on.
F, To avoid injury from jams, slips or thrown pieces
(kickback and throwback):
1. USE ONLY "RECOMMENDED ACCESSO-
RIES" (See page 58). Follow the instructions
that come with the accessories. The use of
improper accessories may cause risk of injury to
persons.
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 slitting blades)
wire wheels or buffing wheel. Theycan fly apart
explosively.
4. Choose and inspect your cutting tool carefully.
a. To avoidcuttingtoolfailure andthrown shrap-
nel (broken pieces of blade), use only 10" or
smaller blades or other cutting tools marked
for speeds of 3450 rpm or higher.
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 in closest to the blade.
d. Do not overtighten arbor nut. Use arbor
wrenches to "snug" it securely.
e. Useonlysharpbladeswith properly setteeth.
Consult aprofessional blade sharpenerwhen
in doubt,
f. Keep blades clean of gum and resin.
5. Adjust table inserts flush with the table lop.
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 blade is spinning. It
could cut or throw anything hitting the blade.
Plan ahead to protect your eyes, hands, face,
ears.
3. Plan yourwork
A. USE THE RIGHT TOOL - Don't force tool or
attachment to do a job it was not designed for.
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.
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 lime.
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 Z87.1 (shown on pack-
age). 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 com-
pliance with ANSI Z87.1 could seriously hurt
you when they break.
WEAR YOUR
7. For dusty operations, wear a dust mask along
with the safety goggles.
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 THROW-
BACKS - when a part or all of the workpiece binds
on the blade and is thrown violently back toward
the front of the saw.
1. Nevercut FREEHAND: Always use eithera rip
fence, miter gauge or fixture to position ane
guide the work, so it won't twist bind on the
blade and kickback.
2. Make sure there's no debris between the work-
piece and its supports.
3. When cutting irregularly shaped workpieces,
plan your work so it wilt not slip and pinch the
blade:
a. A piece of molding, for example, must _ieflat
or be held by a fixture or jig that will not let it
twist rock or slip while being cut. Use jigs or
fixtures where needed to prevent workpiece
shifting.
b. Use a different, better suited type of tool for
work that can't be made stable.
4. 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 atable extension, oras additional support
for a workpiece that is longer or wider than
the basic saw table, or to help feed, support
or pull the workpiece.
b. Never confinethe piece being cut off, that is,
thepieceNOTagainstthe Fence, MiterGauge
or fixture. Never hold it, clamp it, touch it, or
use length stops against it. It must be freeto
move. Ifconfined, itcouldget wedged against
the blade and cause a kickback or throw-
back.
c. Never cut morethan one workpiece at atime.
d. Never turn your table saw "ON"before clear-
ing everything except the workpiece and
related support devices off the table.
4. Plan thewayyou will pushtheworkplecathrough.
A. NEVER pull the workpiece through. Start and
finish the cut from the front of the table saw.
B. NEVER put your fingers or hands in the path of
the sawblade or other cutting tool.
C. NEVER reach Inback ofthe cutUngtool with either
hand to hold clown or support the workpiece,
remove wood scraps, or for any other reason.
D. Avoid hand positions where asudden slip could
cause fingers or hand to move into a sawblade or
other cutting tool.
E. DON'T OVERREACH. Always keep good footing
and balance.
F. Push the workpiece against the rotation of the
blade. NEVER feed material into the cutting tool
from the rear of the saw,
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,out of linewith a possible
kickback or throwback.
I. NEVERtumthe saw"ON"before cleadngthetable
of all tools, wood scraps, etc., except the work-
piece and related feed or support devices for the
cut planned.
J. AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING - Make sure
switch is "OFF" before plugging saw in.
WHENEVER SAW BLADE IS SPINNING
WARNING: Don't let familiarity (gained from fre-
quent use of your table saw) cause acareless
mistake. Always remember that a careless frac-
tion of asecond is enough to cause a severe
injury.
1. Before actually cutting with the saw, watch it while it
runs for a short while. If it makes an unfamiliar noise
or vJ_oratesa 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 toot tu ms
toward the front of the saw.
3. Set the cutting tool as low as possible for the cut
you're planning.
4. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. Ailvisitors should be kept
asale distancefmmwork. Make surebystanders are
clear of the saw and workpiece.
5. Let the blade reach full speed before cutting.
6. DON'T FORCE TOOL. It will do the job better and
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. -rum switch "OFF".
B. Unplug the saw.
C. Wait for all moving parts to stop.
D. Check blade, Spreader and Fence for proper align-
ment before starting, again.
8. To avoid throwback of cut off pieces;
A. Use the Guard assembly.
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 liftingthe Guard.
additional instructions for
RiP TYPE CUTS
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 ripcutsnarrower than 1/2 inch. (See"BASIC
SAW OPERATION -USING THE RiP FENCE" sec-
tion.)
3. Never rip anything shorter than 10" long.
4. 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 slip off or push the
work away from the Fence.
5. A FEATHERSOARD can help guide the workpiece.
See "BASIC SAW OPERATION - USING THE RiP
FENCE." Always use Featherboards for any non
thru rip type cuts.
24"
KERFS ABOUT
5/16" APART
4-112 '' '-'_--'_ 5'""
BEFORESTARllNG
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 Pawls
when points become due
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 espe-
cially careful in your set-up and cutting procedures.
WHILE CUTTING
1. To avoid kickbacks and slips into the blade, always
push forward on the section of the workpiece between
the saw blade and the Rip Fence. Never pushforward
on the piece being cut off.
3. Use jigs or fixtures to help hold any piece too sina!! to
extend across the full lengthof the Miter Gauge face
during the cut. This lets you propedy hold the Miter
Gauge and workpiece and helps keep your hands
away from the blade. (See page 37.)
WHgLE CUTTING
1. To avoid blade contact, always hold the Miter Gauge
as shown in the "BASIC SAW OPERATIONS -US-
iNG THE MITER GAUGE."
BEFORE LEAVDNG THE SAW
1. Turn the saw off.
2.
3.
Wait for blade to stop spinning,
Makeworkshopchild-proof. Lock the shop. Discon-
nect master switches. Remove the yellow Switch
Key. Store it away from children and others not
qualified to use the tool.
4. Unplug the saw.
additional instructions for
CROSS CUT TYPE CUTS
BEFORE STARTING
1. NEVER use the Rip Fence when crossc:£ting.
2. An auxiliary wood facing attached to 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 your work. Make
sure, however, it will not interfere withthe Sawblade
Guard.
glossary of terms for woodworking
Anti-Kickback Pawts {AKP)
Device which, when properly maintained, isdesigned to
stop the workpiece from being kicked back at the opera-
tor during dpping operation.
Arbor
The shaft on which a cutting tool is mounted.
Crosscut
A cutting or shaping operation made across the width of
the workpiece.
Dado
Anon through cut which produces a square ._;ided notch
or trough in the workpiece.
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.
SAFETY SIGNAL WORDS
DANGER: means if the safety information is not fol-
lowed, someone wig be seriously injured or killed.
WARNING: means if the safety information is not fol-
lowed, someone could be seriously injured or killed.
CAUTION: means if the safety information is not fo!-
lowed, someone might be injured.
Leading End
The end of the workpiece which, during a rip type
operation, is pushed into the cutting tool first.
Meldlng
A non through cut which produces a special shape inthe
workpiece used for ioining or decoration.
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.
Push Block
Adevice used for rippingtype operations |oo narrow to
allow use of aPush Stick.
Rabbet
Anotch in the edge of aworkpiece.
Resin
Asticky, sap base substance that has hardened,
Kerr
The amount of material removed by the blade in a
through cut or the slot produced by the blade in a non
through or partial cut.
Kickback
An uncontrolled grabbing and throwing of the workpiece
back toward the front of the saw.
glossary of terms for woodworking
Ripping
A cutting operation along the length of the workpiece.
Revolutions Per Minute (RPM)
Thenumber of turns completed by a spinning object in
one minute.
Sawblade Path
Theareaof the workpiece ortable topdirectlyin line with
the part of the workplece which will be or has been, cut
by the blade.
Set
Thedistancethat theti 3of the sawblade tooth is bent (or
set) outward from the face of the blade.
ThrOw-Back
Throwing of pieces in a manner similarto a kickback.
Thru-Sawlng
Any cutting operation where the blade extends com-
pletely though the thickness of the workpiece.
Trailing End
The wod_oiece end last cut by the blade in aripping
operation.
Workpiece
The item on which the cutting operation is being done,
The sudaces of a workpiece are commonly referred to
as faces, ends, and edges.
MOTOR SPECiFiCATiONS AND ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
MOTOR SPECIFICAT|ONS
This saw isdesigned to use a 3450 RPM motor only. Do
not use any rnotorthat runs faster than 3450 RPM. The
A-C motor used inthis saw isacapacitor start, capacitor
run, non-reversible type motor, it is wired at the factory
for operation on 120v AC, 60 Hz., alternating curre_. It
may be converted to operate on 240v AC. Listed below
are the motor specifications.
tWARNING: Do riot use blower or washing ma-
chine or any motor with an automatic reset over-
load protector. They can start up by themselves
and you could get Injured.
CONNECTING TO POWER SOURCE
OUTLET
This saw must be grounded while in use to protect the
operator from electrical shock.
WARNING: Damaged power cords can cause
shock or fires, if the power cord is worn, cut or
damaged in any way, have it replaced immedi-
ately.
WARNING: Electric shockcan kill. Not all ouUets
are properly grounded, if you are not sure that
your outlet is properly grounded, have it checked
by a qualified electrician.
3-PRONG PLUG
GROUNDING PRONG
GROUNDED
3-PRONG OUTLET
WARNING: To avoid electrical shock, do not
permit fingers to touch the terminals o! the plug,
when installing or removing the plug to or from
the outlet.
WARNING: Failure to properly ground this power
tool can cause electrocution or serious shock,
particularly when used in damp locations, or near
metal plumbing, lifshocked, your reaction could
cause your hands to hit the cutting tool.
This saw is equipped with a3-conductor cord and
grounding type plug which has agrounding prong,
approved by UndePJvriter'sLaboratories and Canadian
Standards Association. The ground conductor has a
green lugand is attached to the tool housing at one end
and to the ground prong in the attachment plug at the
other end.
3-PRONG ¢P;
GROUNDING LUG
[ ,ii
ADAPTER
MAKE SURE THIS IS
CONNECTED TO A
KNOWN GROUND
_ 2-PRONG
RECEPTACLE
This plug requires a mating 3-conductor grounded type
outlet as shown above.
It is recommended that you have a qualified electrician
replace the TWO prong outlet with a properly grounded
THREE prong outlet.
Atemporary adapter, as shown, is available for connect-
ing plug to 2-prong receptacles. The green grounding
lug extending from the adapter must be connected to a
permanent groundsuch aslo a properly grounded outlet
box. This adapter should be used only until a properly
grounded outlet can be installed by a qualified electri-
cian.
WARNING: Avoid eJectric shock, if the outlet you
are piannlng to use for this saw Is of the two prong
type, DO NOT REMOVE OR ALTER THE GROUND-
iNG PRONG INANY MANNER. Use an adapter, as
shown, and always connect the grounding lug to
aknown ground, such as to a properly grounded
outlet box, Not aJll o_iet boxes are properly
grounded° If you are not sure the outlet box is
properly grounded, have It checked by aquaJified
electrlclan.
CHANGING MOTOR VOLTAGE
WARNING: Eiectric shock can kill.To avold
shock, never connect plug to power source outUet
until a_l assembly slops are completed. Unplug
saw before making or changing any connections.
1. Connections for 120v AC Operation
a. For operation on 120 volts, the bRackpower lead is
connected to spade terminal beside copper post.
The white power lead is connected to spade termi-
nal beside silver post. Thetwo movable links must
be in position shown in Figure 1, The red motor
lead is connected to terminal "B."
b. The movable links pivotonthe centermost screws.
After linkshave been correctly positioned, be sure
to tighten these screws to insure a good electricaI
connection.
120 VOLT CONNECTION
COPPER POST __-J_"4..\_
/r---- ....
BLACK POWER LEAD --n_ GREEN
GROUND SCREW
SPADE TERMINALS_. t _ .LINKS IN THIS
WHITE :OL_ER LEAD ?_ POSITION
B RED
_i ER POST FIGURE 1
2. Connection for 240v AC Operation
a. For operation on 240 volts, the black power lead is
connected to spade terminal beside copper post.
The white power lead isconnected to spade termi-
nalbeside silver post. The two movable links must
be in position shown in Figure 2. The red motor
lead is connected to terminal "B."
b. The movable links pivot onthe center most screv_,_ -
After links have been correctly positioned, be SL_r_
to tighten these screws to insure a good etectdc _
connection.
240 VOLT CONNECTION
COPPER
BLACK POWE
SPADE TERMINALS,
WHITE POWER
SILVER
GREEN
GROUND SCR E_.W
IN THIS
POSITION
RED
B
FIGURE 2
c. Replace the !20v power cord plug with a (3 blade)
240v 15 Amp U.L listed plug (see illustration
below). Connect the power cord white and black
leads, respectively, to the two "hot" plug blades -
and connect the power cord grounding wire to th_
plug ground prong.
GROUNDING BLADE tS -_..... J
LONGEST OF 3 BLADES ,--
24ov PLUG&RECEPTACLE i '--_ i
#
GROUNDED
OUTLET BOX
ADAPTEF{ I S
AVAILABLE FO F_
THIS TYPE PLUG
d. Plug yoursaw intoa 240v, 15-Amp, 3-blade receiz_-
tacle.
e, Make cerlain the receptacle isconnected to a 24(3Pv
AC power supply through a 240v branch circ:_ilt
having at least a 15-ampcapacity and protected by
a 15-amp, time-delay fuse or circuit breaker.
7
Motor Thermal Overload Protector
IMPORTANT: To avoid motor damage, this motor should
be blown out orvacuumed frequently to prevent sawdust
buildup which will interfere with normal motor ventilation.
Your saw is equipped with a manual-reset thermal over-
load protector designed to open the power line circuit
when the motor temperature exceeds a safe level, motor
is overloaded or alow voltage condition exists.
WARNING: Avoid thrown objects or blade con.
tact from unexpected starting, if the protector
stops the saw motor, immediately turn the saw
switch "OFF", remove the key and allow motor
time to cool.
1. After cooling to a safe operating temperature, the
overload protector can be closed manually by push-
ing the red button on the end of the motor. If the red
button will not click into place immediately, the motor
is still too hot and must be allowed to cool for a while
longer.
The time required for the motor to cool may be equal
to the length of time the saw was used before the
thermal overload protector opened, to shut of! elec-
trical flow, An audible click will indicate the protector
is closed.
2_ As soon as the red button will click into running posi-
tion. the saw may be started and operated normally.
3. Frequent "blowing" of fuses or tripping of circuit
breakers may result if:
a. MOTOR IS OVERLOADED - Overloading can
occur if you feed too rapidly or if saw is misaligned
b. MOTOR CIRCUIT IS FUSED DIFFERENTLY
FROM RECOMMENDATIONS - Always follow
instructions for the proper fuse/breaker, Do not
use a fuse/breaker of greater capacity without con.
suiting a qualified electrician
c. LOW VOLTAGE - Although the motor is designed
for operation on the voltage and frequency speci-
fied on motor nameplate, normal loads will be han-
died safety on voltage not more than 10% above
or below the nameplate voltage. Heavy loads.
however, require that voltage at motor terminals
equals the voltage specified on nameplate.
4. Most motor troubles may be traced to loose or incor-
rect connections, overloading, reduced input voltage
(such as small size wire inthe supply circuit) or to
overly long supply circuit wire. Always check the con-
nections, the load and the supply circuit whenever
motor fails to perform satisfactorily. Check wire sizes
and length with the Wire Size Chart below.
Wire Sizes
The use of any extension cord will cause some loss of
power. To keep this to a minimum and to prevent over-
heating and motor burn-out, use the table below 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-pole receptacles
which accept the tools plug.
iMPORTANT: For circuits that are farther away from
electrical service box. the wire size must be increased
proportionately in order to deliver ample voltage to the
saw motor.
Length of the
Conductor
Wire Sizes Required
(American Wire Gage Number)
12(}V Line 240V Line
0-25 Feet No. 16 No. ! 6
26 - 50 Feet No. t4 No 14
51 -100 Feet _j. No. 12 1 No. 12 __j
CONTENTS
Warranty .................................................................... 2
Safety instructions for Table Saw .......................... 2
Additional Instructions for Rip Type Cuts ............... 4
Additiona_ Instructions for Cross Cut Type Cuts ...5
Glossary of Terms for Woodworking ..................... 5
Motor Specifications and
Electrical Requirements ...................................... 6
Motor Specifications ............................................. 6
Changing Motor Voltage ........................................ 7
Motor Thermal Overload Protector ........................ 8
Wire Sizes .............................................................. 8
Unpacking and Checking Contents ........................ 9
Tools Needed ......................................................... 9
List of Loose Pads ............................................... 10
AssembSy ................................................................ 13
installing Handwheels .......................................... 13
Checking Table Insed ......................................... 13
Checking Blade Squareness to Table ................. 14
Assembling Steel Legs ........................................ 14
Mounting Saw ...................................................... ! 5
Attaching and Assembling Table Extensions ....... 16
Mounting Switch .................................................. 17
installing Right Front Rip Fence
Guide Bar ........................................................ 17
installing Left Front Rip Fence
Guide Bar ........................................................ 18
Installing Rear Rip Fence Guide Bars .................. 19
Adjusting Rip Fence Guide Bars .......................... 21
Assembling Rip Fence ......................................... 24
Rip Fence Self Aligning Pad Adjustment ............ 25
Rip Fence Lock Lever Adjustment ....................... 26
Rip Fence Alignment Adjustment ........................ 26
Installing Measuring Tapes .................................. 27
Installing Blade Guard ......................................... 29
Positioning Motor on Motor Mounting Base ......... 31
Mounting the Motor .............................................. 32
Installing Belt Guard ............................................. 33
Motor Connections ............................................... 35
Plugging in Motor ................................................. 35
Getting to Know Your Saw .................................... 36
On-Off Switch ....................................................... 36
Elevation Handwheel ........................................... 37
Tilt Handwheel ..................................................... 37
Tilt Lock Handle ................................................... 37
Rip Fence ............................................................. 37
Miter Gauge ......................................................... 3-7
BBade Guard ......................................................... 37"
"]'able Insert ........................................................... 3"7
Removing and Instal{ing Sawblade .....................
Exact-I-Cut ...................................
Micro-Adjust Rip Fence ....................................... 3._;-_
Basic Saw Operation .............................................
Work Helpers ....................................................... 3 g
Push Stick and Push Block .............................. 3_°J
Auxiliary Fence/Work Support ......................... 4.0
Auxiliary Panel/Work Support .......................... z$O
Safety Instructions for Basic Saw Operations ....
Using the Miter Gauge ......................................
Crosscutting .....................................................
Repetitive Cutting ............................................ 4_-_
Miter Cutting ....................................................
Bevel Crosscutting ...........................................
Compound Mfter Cutting .................................. 45
Using the R_p Fence ..........................................
Ripping ............................................................ 46
Bevel Ripping Narrow Work ............................ 4.6
Using Featherboards for Thru Sawing ............. 4-7
Resawing ......................................................... 49
Cutting Panels ................................................. 50
Using Featherboards for Non Thru-Sawing ..... 50
Rabbeting ............................................................ 5 1
P_oughing and Molding ........................................ 53
Dadoing ................................................................ 52
Molding Cutting .................................................... 52
Adjustments ...........................................................
Miter Gauge ......................................................... 53
Heeling Adjustment or Parallelism of Sawbtade
to Miter Gauge Groove .................................... 55
Blade Tilt, or Squareness of Blade to Table ........ 55
90° Position ..................................................... 55
45° Position ...................................................... 56
Tilt Mechanism ..................................................... 5-7
Maintenance ........................................................... 57
Lubrication ..............................................................
Recommended Accessories ................................. 5_
Trouble Shooting ................................................... 59
General ................................................................ 59
Motor .................................................................... 59
Repair Parts ............................................................ 62
/_p, TOOLS NEEDED
Screwdrivers
'2', °°
i_;]l Pliers 3) Me_lium Phillips
Combination Square
Wrenches Hex ""L" Wrenches
3/8 7/16, 1/2. 9/16 3132, 1/8, 5132, 3/16
UNPACKING AND CHECKING CONTENTS
COMBINATION SQUARE MUST BE TRUE
STRAIGHT EDGE OF BOAF_
3/4" THICK. THIS EDGE MUS*T
BE PERFECTLY STRAIGH'F.
[_RAW LIGHT LINE
ON BOARD
THIS EDGE.
LJ
SHOULD BE NO GAP OR OVERLAP
HERE WHEN SQUARE IS FLIPPED
OVER IN DOTTED POSITION.
Separate all parts from packing materials and check
each one withthe illustrationand the listof Loose Parts
to make certain all items are accounted for, before
discarding any packing matedaL
jWARNING: If any parts am missing, do not at-
tempt to assemble the table saw or plug in the
power cord or turn the switch on ur_l! the missing
parts are obtained and are Installed correctly.
Remove the protective oilthat is applied to the table top
and edges of the table. Use any ordinary household
type grease and spot remover.
LIST OF LOOSE PARTS
ALL ITEMS MARKED WITH AN ASTERIC (*) HAVE
BEEN DRAWN FULL SIZE FOR EASY
IDENTIFICATION
item Part Name Qtv.
A Miter Gage Assembly 1
B Saw Guard Assembly !
C Fence Assembly
D Front Fence Guide Bar 2
E Rear Fence Guide Bar 2
F Bag of Loose Parts 2
G Owners Manual 1
H Leg 4
I End Stiffener 2
J Side Stiffener 2
K Table Extension 12 x 27 2
L Motor 1
M Fence Tape 2
L
K
: TO _h hazard, never
WARNING8voUChes
use gasoline, naptha or smmllar highly volatile
solvent.
Apply a,coat of automobile wax to the table.
Wipe atl parts thoroughly with a clean, dry cJoth.
WARNING: For your own safety, never connect
plug to power source mJtlst u_i! all assembly
steps are complete, and you have read and under-
stand the safety and operating lnstrucUons.
B
E
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Bag of Loose Parts
(containing the following items)
N Belt Guard ........... 1
O Belt Guard Support .......... 1
PSupport Bracket ......... 1
L,_ip..................... 3
*R Ty "T" Pan Head Screw, 10-32 x 112 3
]0
Bag of Loose Parts
(containing the following items)
S Switch Assembly .......... 1
T Hand Wheel .................. 2
U Micro Adjust Knob Assembly ......... 1
V Bag of Loose Parts .............. 4
©
Bag of Loose Parts
(containing the following items)
W Leveling Foot 3/8 ........................................... 4
*X Hex Jam Nut 3/8-16 ...................................... 8
"Y Truss Head Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/2 .................. 24
*Z External Lockwasher 1/4 .............................. 24
*AA Hex Nut 1/4-20 ............................................ 24
*AB Hex Head Screw, 5/16-18 × 1-t/4 ................. 4
*AC External Lockwasher 5/16 ............................. 4
*AD Washer, 11/32 x 11/16 x 1/16 ....................... 8
*AE Heavy Hex Jam Nut 5/16-18 .......................... 4
X
ZJUt
V
Bag of Loose Parts
{containing the following items)
*AB Hex Head Screw, 5/16-18 x 1-1/4 8
*AC External Lockwasher 5/16 . 8
*AD Washer 11/32 x 11/16 x 1/16 ..... 6
*AE Heavy Hex Jam Nut 5/16-18 8
AD AE
11
AF
AG Guard Support .................................................. 1
AH Drive Pulley ....................................................... 1
AI Grip Notch Belt 1/2 x 42 .................................... 1
AJ Arbor Wrench. ................................................... 1
AK Spreader Support ............................................. 1
*AL Protective Cap ................................................... 4
AM Bracket .............................................................. 4
*AN Thumb Screw 5/7 6-18 x 1 ................................. 1
*AO Fence Guide Bar SPacer .................................. 6
AP Wire Tie ........................... 2
AQ Bag of Loose Parts ............................................ 1
i AF
LJ
AI
AJ
Bag of Loose Parts
(containing the following items)
ZExternal Lockwasher 1/4 ............. 2
"AA Hex Nut1/4-20 ..................... 2
"AB Hex HeadScrew, 5/16-18 x 5/8 ........ 2
Hex Head Screw, 5/16-18 x 1 .......... 6
Hex Head Screw, 5/16-18 x 1-1/2 ...... 4
*AC External Lockwasher 5/16 ............ 16
*AE Heavy Hex Jam Nut 5/16-18 ........... 14
"AR Hex Head Screw, 1/4-20 x 518 ......... 2
*AS Carriage BoltS/16-!8 x 3/4 .......... 4
O
Bag of Loose Parts
(containing the following items)
*R Ty "T" Pan Head Screw, 10-32 x 3/8 _. 2
*AB Hex Head Screw, 5/16-!8 x 3/4 ....... 6
Hex Head Screw, 5/16-18 x 1-1/4 ...... 2
Hex Head Screw, 5/16-18 x 5/8 ........ 3
AC External Lockwasher 5/16 .......... 8
"AE Heavy Hex Jam Nut 5!16-18 ........... 8
*AT Washer21/_4 ×5/8 x 1t16 ............ 16
.AU Shim Washer ..................... 10
*AV External Lockwasher #10 ............ 2
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ASSEMBLY
Before mounting the saw on legs or a stand or a bench,
the Table Insert and Blade Squareness must be checked
at this time.
UNSTALLING HANDWHEELS
1. Slide theelevation handwheel onto itsshaft. Line
up the fiat spot on the shaft with the set screw in
the handwheeL Using a hex "L" wrench - tighten
the set screw securely against the flat spot on the
shaft. Repeat this same procedure to install the
tilt handwheel.
ELEVATION
HANDWHEEI
TILT HANDWHEEEL
JWARNING: To avoid injury from accideltlai start,
make sure switch is "OFF" and plug is not con-
nected to power source ouUet.
CHECKING TABLE iNSERT
!. Insert should be flush with table top. Check as shown.
Loosen flat head screw that holds insert and adjust
the four set screws as necessary. Tighten flat head
screw. Do not tighten screw to the point where it
deflects the insert.
CAUTION: Insert must be even with the table I
surface, inserts too high or low can let the I
workplece "snag" or catch on uneven edges. ]
Workplece could twist and kick back°
3/32 IN.
SET SCREW WRENCH
2. To remove insert.
A. Make sure saw is off and unplugged.
B. Loosen screw.
C. Lift Insert from front end, and pufftoward front of
saw.
3. To replace Insert.
A. Make sure saw is off and unplugged.
B. Place Insert into insert opening intable arid push
toward rear of saw to engage spring clip and urltil
keyslot in Insert will drop over screw. Tighten
screw,
C. Do not tighten screw to the point where it wifl
deflect the Insert.
\
PHILLIPS
FLAT HEAD
_-- SCREW
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CHECKING BLADE SQUARENESS TO
TABLE
IMPORTANT: BLADE must be SQUARE {90 °) to
TABLE, in order to proceed wilh assembly,
1. Turn ELEVATION handwheel clockwise unti!
blade is up as high as it will go.
2. Check for BLADE SQUARENESS _. if blade is
not square to table, adjust it at this time.
NOTE: The combination square must be "true" -
see start of "Unpacking and Checking Contents"
section for checking method used to check
sq LJare
Refer to "BLADE TET, OR SQUARENESS OF BLADE
TO TABLE" in the "'ADJUSTMENT" section of this manual
for instructions on how to sauare blade to table.
MAKE SURE SQUARE
!S NOT TOUCHING
TIP OF TOOTH
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ASSEMBLING STEEL LEGS
From among the loose parts, find the following Hard-
ware:
24 Truss Head Screws, 1/4-20 x 1/2 in. long (top of
screw is rounded)
24 Lockwashers, 1/4 in. External Type (approx. dia.
of hole 1/4 in.)
24 Hex Nuts, 1/4-20 (approx. dia. of hole 1/4 in.)
8 Hex Nuts, 3/8-16 (approx. dia. of hole 3/8 in.)
4 Leveling Feet
1/4-20 x 1/2 IN.
TRUSS HEAD SCREW
Q
1/4-20
HEX NUT
©
1/4 IN. LOCKWASHER
3/8-16
HEX NUT LEVELING FEET
Assemble the legs as shown:
1 Insert the Truss Head Screws through the holes in
the legs, then through the holes in the stiffeners.
MAKE SURE THE SCREWS GO THROUGH THE
HOLES IN THE SIDE STIFFENERS MAKED "X".
2. Install the Iockwashers. Screw onthe nuts but do not
tighten until completely assembled.
3. Install leveling feet.
4. Adjust leveling feet as follows:
A. Move saw to desired location.
B. With 9/16 inch wrench loosen bottom nut.
C. Back off top nut by hand.
D. Raise or lower foot by adjusting bottom nut using
9!16 inch wrench.
E. Snug top nut against inside of leg by hand.
F. Tighten all fourbottom nuts using 9/16 inchwrench,
E.o l
STIFFENER F"
1/4-20 x1/2 IN.
_ TRUSS
HEAD
iSCREW
1/4 IN.
LOCKWASHER, _,,. 3/8 IN. HEX NUTS
_-- LEVELING FOOT
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MOUNTING SAW
1. From among the loose parts, find the following
hardware:
4 Hex Head Screws, 5/16-18 x 1-1/4 in. long.
4 Hex Nuts, 5/16-18 (approx. dia. of hole 5/16 in.)
4 Lockwashers, 5/16 in. External Type (approx.
dia. of hole, 5/16 in.)
8 Flat Washers, (dia. of hole !1/32 in.)
WARNING: The saw is heavy. To avoid back
injury, get help to riftthe saw. Hold the saw close
to your body. Bend your knees so you can li_twith
your legs, not your back.
_N
HEX HEAD SCREW
5/16 IN
LOCKWASHER
5/16 - 18
HEX NUT
11/32 IN
FLAT WASHER
2. Place saw on legs so that holes in bottom of saw
line up with holes in top of assembled leg set.
3. Install screws, washers, Iockwashers and nuts as
shown below.
If you mount the saw on any other bench, make sure
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. Recommended
working height is 33 to 37 inches from the top of the
saw table to the floor.
SAW BASE
FLAT WASHER
END l ...'
STIFFENER--_I _ _
LOCKWASHER /_m==_ l!
HEXNUT
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13
i
2-3/4
7/16 DIA. HOLES
11-1/4
'_L_PENIN?/
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16 13
°
/
/
/
/
\/
\
\
\
Q Y
!
--RONT OF SAW __ 1/2
NOTE: All dimensions in inches
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ATTACHING AND ASSEMBLING
TABLE EXTENSIONS
From among the loose parts find the following
hardware: (Quantity indicated is for 2 extensions)
Description Qty.
Hex Hal. Screw 5/16-18 x 1-1/4 ...... 8
Flat Washer (Dia of Hole 11/32) ..... 8
External Lockwasher 5/16 ........... 8
Hex Nut, 5/16-18 .................... 8
1. Insert four (4) 5/16-18 x 1-1/4 in. long screws
through holes in each EXTEN SION.
2. Position an extension against table so screws
extend th rough holes in table.
3. Install flat washer, Iockwashers, and nuts on the
screws, ,. DO NOT TIGHTEN,
HEY, HEAD SCREW FLAT WASHER
5/16 IN HEX NUT
5/16 IN EX-FERNAL
/
/\--1 "- -
"_<L -- SAW TABLE
HEX HD. SCREW _G > (REF}
FLAT WASHER // / '"
EXTERNAL HEX NUT
LOCKWASHER
4. Une up rearedge of extension with rear edge oftable.
Line up top surface of extension with top surface of
table at the locations indicated by the "X's" (see
illustration).
Use a combination square to line up these edges and
surfaces. Slightly tighten nuts with a1/2" wrench.
5. If adjustment is necessary you should tap the
extension into position using a hammer and a
block of wood. Make surerear edge of exten sion
is lined up with rear edge of tab{e. Then firmly
tighten nuts
6. Repeat the same procedure to install the other
extension.
BLOCK OF WOOD
CHECK WITH SQUARE
AT 2 PLACES
MARKED WITH "X"
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MOUNTING SWITCH
1, From among loose parts find the following:
2 Hex Head Screws, 5/16-18 x 5/8 in. long
2 External 5/!6" Lockwashers
2 Hex Nuts, 5/t6-18 5/8 IN 5/t6 IN EXTERNAL 5/16 IN
HEX HD SCREW LOCKWASHER HEX NUT
2. Select one front fence guide bar.
3. insert two 5/8 inch screws through holes in switch.
4. Insert screws through fourth and fifth holes in front
fence guide bar as illustrated.
5. _nstall two Iockwashers and nuts. Tighten nuts.
i
JAM NUT
5/16-18
,]
,_, _Q/LOCKWASHER
4TH HOLE ! " 5TH HOLE
= = "_=. • .===----,_
%
FRONT FENCE \_\
GUIDE BAR "_
(UPSIDE DOWN) _ _
HEX HEAD SCREW
5/1 18 x5/8iN.
iNSTALLiNG RIGHT FRONT RiP FENCE
GUIDE BAR
1. From among the loose parts find the following
hardware:
2 Hex Head Screws, 5/16-18 x 1-1/2 in. long
1 Hex Head Screw, 5/16-18 x 1-1/4 in. long
2 Hex Head Screws, 5/16-18 x 3/4 in. long
5 External Lockwashers, 5/16 in. (approx. dia. of
hole 5/16 in.)
5 Hex Nuts, 5/16-18 (approx. dia. of hole 5/t6 in.)
3 Spacers, 3/4 in. dia. x 1/2 in. long
5 Washers (dia. of hole 21/64 in.)
1 Front Fence Guide Bar (with switch attached)
2 Brackets
1-1/2 IN HEX HD. SCREW 1-1/4 IN HEX HD. SCREW
3/4 IN HEX HD.
SCREW
1/2 IN SPACER
21/64 iN WASHER
5/16 IN EXTERNAL 5/16 IN
LOCK WASHER HEX NUT
BRACKET
FENCE GUIDE BAR
WITH SWITCH
2. Put one of the brackets against the right edge of the
right extension so the bracket is lined up with the
FIRSThole near the front of the extension. Insert a
3/4 inch long screw through a flat washer, through
top hote in the bracket, and through the FIRST hole
in the extension, install a Iockwasher and nut on the
screw. Tighten the nut only slightly.
3. Install the other bracket against the left side of
left extension-using the same procedure explain-
ed above.
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HEX NUT
EXTERNAL
LOCKWASHER HEX HEAD
SCREW
5/16-18 x 3/4 iN
6TH HOLE SPACER
4. Insert a 1-114 inch long screw through a flat washer _-'_-_, -_._t_--_ _,z
and the SECOND hole IN THE FRONT BAR as illus- _-_ _ "%'---,_:_!'_ _"_"_
trated, insert a 1-I/4 nch ong screw throuah a washer "_,_;_ _ - _';v_"" @_
and through the SIXTH hole in bar. nsert another 1-1I "_ _ ", ;;itS%,. /,
',,y3_'_ _'1 _- - ...... /,,_ _':
2Inch long screw through a flat washer and through _ ..... & ,SHE i,_ /
-" -J _ ,HEX HEAD
the NINTH hold inbar. /_" .-, [
Place p ce,sonscrews \
HEX HEAD SCREW "N-_.
5/16-18 X 1-114 y"
6. Turn front bar end for end and insert two screws
through hoaes in right tront edge of table. The third
screw is inserted through the elongated slot in the
bracket you installed earlier. Instafl Iockwashers and
nuts. DON'TSCREW NUTS ON ALL THE WAY, just
get them started on the screws.
iNSTALLiNG LEFT FRONT RiP FENCE
GUIDE BAR
1. From among the loose parts find the following
hardware:
2 Hex Head Screws. 5/16-18 x 1-1/2 in. long
1 Hex Head Screw, 5/16-18 x 1-1/4 in_ long
3 External Lockwashers 5/16 in.
3 Hex Nuts. 5/16-18
3 Flat Washers {dia. of hole 21/64 in.)
3 Spacers, 3/4 in. dia. x 1/2 long
1 Front Fence Guide Bar
1-1/2 IN HEX HEAD SCREW 5/16 IN EXTERNAL
WASHER__)
1-1/4 tNHEXHEADSCREW _ _,J ]
5/t6-18
HEXNUT
FLAT WASHER
1/2 IN SPACER
L-_--_ ............................ _-_
FRONT FENCE GUIDE BAR
2ND HOLE SPAC_ER ......6TH HOLE
2. Lay gu de bar on saw table as illustrated SPACER /........._" _'-
3. Insert a !-1'2 inch long screw through a flat washer _L_I_ "_" s;--z::.-:__'_"_1-
and then through the FIRST hole in the bar as illus- .. _
trated Insert a 1-112 _nch long screw through a flat ,_,-u,-,LE_._ --_._=_,._:_--, <-.... _ _:.,,
washer and then through the SECOND hole in bar. _",_:¢'_.,r_'_ ./". ._'X,
.,_,L.-:_---.."_-_ .._c-_......-_ \
Insert another 1:1t4 ,nch tong screw through a flat WASHER-_i '-_" -- - -
.... ' HEX HEAD SCREW
washer and then through the SIXTH hole in bar. HEX HEAD SCREW J- 5/16-18 X 1-1/4 _N
4. Place spacers over threaded end of screw as illus- 5/16-18 X 1-1/2 IN ....
trated. / , _. .
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5. Turn front bar end for end and insert two of the
bolts through holes on teftside of front edge on saw
table. The third screw is inserted through the bracket
installed earlier
6. Install lockwashers and nuts on bolts. DO NOT
SCREW NUTS ON ALL THEWAY,just get them started
on the screws.
SCREWS LOCATED
HERE
iNSTALLING REAR FENCE GUIDE BARS
1. From among the loose parts find the following:
2 Brackets
4 Hex Head Screws 5/16-18 x 1in. long
4 Hex Head Screws 5/16-18 x 3/4 in. long
8 Flat Washers (dia. of hole 21/64 in.)
8 External Lockwashers, 5/16 in.
8 Hex Nuts, 5/16-18
2 Rear Fence Guide Bars
4 Protective Caps
5/16-18 x 3/4
HEX HEAD
SCREW
5/t 6 IN
FLAT WASHER
REAR FENCE GUIDE BAR
EXTERNAL 5/16-18
LOCKWASHER HEX NUT
BRACKET
5/16-18 x 1 IN
HEX HD. SCREW
EXTERNAL
LOCKWASHER
2. Put one of the brackets against the right rear
edge of the right extension so the bracket is lined
up with the FOURTH hole near the rear of the
extension (see illustration).
3. Insert one of the 3/4 inch long screws through a flat
washer, through the bracket, and through the
FOURTH hole in the extension. Install a Iockwasher
and nut on the screw. Tighten the nut only slightly
4. Install the other bracket against the left side of
the left extension using the same procedure
explained above.
PROTECTIVE CAP
REAR OF
5/16-18x3/4
HEX HEAD
SCREW
5. Layone rearfenceguidebarontheleft rearsideofthe
saw table as illustrated (as viewed from rear of the
saw). Insert a I inch long screw through a flat washer
and throughthe SECOND hole of the rear fence guide
bar. Insert a 1 inch long screw through a flat washer
andthroughthe FOURTH hold. Insert a3t4 inch long
screw through a flat washer and through the
ELEVENTH hole.
2ND HOLE 4TH HOLE
WASHER
HEX HEAD
SCREW
5/15-18 X 1 IN
WASHER
BACK OF SAW
tlTH HOLE
l
HEX HEAD
SCREW
5,'16-18X 3/4 IN
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6. Turnthefenceguidebarendforendandinserttwo
ofthe 1inchlongscrewsthroughthetwoholesin
theleftrearedgeofthetable.Inserttheother3/4
inchlongscrewthroughthebracket.Installalock-
washerandnutonbolts.DONOTSCREWNUTSON
ALLTHEWAY,justgetthemstartedonthescrews.
Pushthefenceguidebarasfartowardtherear
centerofthesawasitwillgo.Itmustremainasclose
totherearcenterofthesawaspossiblethrougt_the
restofthisadjustingprocedure,
EXTERNAL
LOCKWASHER H_x_T
HEXNUT\_. _ \__ , -o
_- _ "_ \.,/WASHER
WASHER .-"-'__' LEFT REAR _' _"
,f_ GUIDE BAR /%_..._%'
REXHEAD /HE×HEAD
SCREW WASHER SCREW
5/16-18 x 3/4 iN 5/16-18 x 1 iN
VIEWED FROM REAR OF SAW
7. Lay the other rear fence guide bar on the right rear of 2ND HOLE 9TH HOLE 11TH HOLE
the saw tabel as illustrated (view is shown from rear of _-iI_-_ ....... _T_ :I_
tabe saw "=_ _-F_ - =- _ ::--= _ -_---_
). Insert a 3/4 inch long screw through a flat
washer and through the SECOND hole. Insert a I inch ..... _;,_,JZ ----_-_ i-_-,:. -_ _ ..::=_'_F-c,_,,
long screw through a flat washer and through the :,_?_'-_----_-3i:_-_ _____.Z_ _) WASHER
NINTH hoe nsert a 1 inch long screw thiough afiat _WASHL_ _'F'_,) t.,Aeu=_ /
washer and through the ELEVENTH hole _-_
I \ /
HE×HEAD
SCREW _k \ ^ H_u
5/16-18 X 3/4 IN / _ SCREW
5/16-18 X 1 IN
VIEWED FROM REAR OF SAW
8 Turn the fence bar end for end and insert two ofthe
1 inch long screws through the two holes in the right
rear edge of the saw table. Insert the other 3/4 inch
long screwthrough the bracket. Install a iockwasher
and nut on the screws. DO NOT SCREW NUTS ON
ALL THE WAY,just get them started on the screw.
9. Push a protective cap overthe exposed end of allfour
(4) fence guide bars as illustrated. You may' want to
secure these to the fence bars using household type
glue,
HEX NUT
EXTERNAL . HEjX_NUT LOCKWASHER_
LOCK WASHER
WASHER _" _: . ._-: ;:-;. ,--_-_J 9
T
to- /
/PROTECTIVE
_'/ HEX HEAD
HEX HEAD SCREW CAP
SCREW 5/16-18 x 3/4 IN.
5/16-18 x 1 IN
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ADJUSTING RIP FENCE GUIDE BARS
WARNING: Mlsadjusted ience guSde bars can
mBsalig n the fence. A misaglgned fence can cause
kickbacks and jams. You could be cut or hit.
Proper_y adjust fence guide bars before using
1. From among the loose parts find the following hard-
ware:
10 each very thin shim washers
VERY THIN SHIM WASHER
2. Move the two front fence guide bars toward each
other until their ends touch. Using a 1/2 inch
wrench tighten the four nuts and bolts that pass
through saw table to hotd guide bars in place.
(Do not tighten the two bolts that pass through
the brackets.)
THESE _i!]
BOLTS !! "_'
3. Check the rounded front edges of rip fence guide
bars to see if they are even with each other, tf they
are even, go on to step 5. If they are uneven (offset
from each other) find the very thin shim washers.
Begin stacking these washers against rounded front
edge of the guide bar whose rounded edge is far-
thest away from the operator. Continue stacking
washers until the top of the stack is even with round
front edge of the other guide bar. Count the number
of washers in the stack and make two stacks con-
taining this number of washers.
VIEW FROM TOP OF SAW
VIEW FROM TOP OF SAW
_-_=_
/o
J _
\_
X=
I"'
STACK OF
.005 THICK
FLAT WASHER !
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4. The guide bar you stacked washers against n
step 3 must now be removed so stacks of washers
can be installed. To do so remove nuts and
Iockwashers from tWO screws that hold the guide
bar to front edge of table. Pull guide bar away
from table and put one stack of washers on each
bolt between spacerand front edge of table - see
illustration. Put guide bar back in place on front
of table and reinstall [ockwashers and nuts on
two bolts - do not tighten at th is time
VIEW FROM TOP OF SAW
©
HEX NUT
STACK OF
WASHERS -
SPACER
TABLE EXTERNAL
;HER
5. Any of the six (6) screws holding the two t21 front
rip fence guide bars in place, that were earlier
tightened us=ng a wrench_ must now be loosened
and retightened so they are only hand tight
Position rip fence over the right miter gauge
groove. While holding up rear end of Np fence.
engage front end of rip fence onto r=p fence
guide bar. Now lower rip fence down onto table
6. Cut up a piece of newspaper in to 16 equally s=zed
pieces about 4 inches square. Separate these
pieces into two stacks containing 8 p_eces m
each stack. P.ut one stack under rear end of rIp
fence and other stack under front end of rip fence
- see illustration.
OF PAPER
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7: Raise or lower left end of right front rip fence
guide bar just enough to aliov_ paper stack (at
front of rip fence) to slide back and forth under
rip fence. Keep guide bar in this position and
tighten screw at the far left of this guide bar.
8. Pushthe left rear (as viewed from rear of saw) fence
will go. Raise or lower right end of left rear rip fence
allow stack of paper(at rear of fence) to slide back
and forth under the rip fence. Hold guide bar in this
position and tighten screw at far right of this guide
bar.
PAPER SHOI
SLIDE EASILY
SCREW AT
FAR LEFT END
OF RIGHT FRONT
GUIDE BAR
PAPER STACK
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8THICKNESS
OF PAPER
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9. Move the rip fence to the right so it is even with the
outside edge of the extension (as viewed from front
of saw) and put the two stacks of paper under the
front and rear of the rip fence with the paper setting
on the front and rear edge of the table_
10. Raise or lower right end of front guide bar just
enough so paper stack will slide back and forth
under front of rip fence-see illustration Hold
guide barin this position and tighten both screws
that pass through the brackeL
11. Raise or lower left end of left rear guide bar (as
viewed from rear of saw) just enough to allow
paper stack to slide back and forth under rear of
rip fence. Hold guide bar in this position and
tighten both screws that pass through the bracket.
12. Move paper stack and rip fence back to the
position explained in step 5 above, and recheck
clearance between rip fence and table top at
front and rear of rip fence. If necessary readjust
rip fence guide bars to get proper clearance.
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PAPER SHOULD
SLIDE EASILY
ADJUST THESE
SCREWS
13. Position rip fence over left miter gauge groove
(as viewed from front of saw). Put one stack of
paper under front of rip fence and other stack
under rear of rip fence -see illustration.
14. Raise or lower right end of left front guide bar just
enough to allow paper stack to slide back and
forth under rip fence. Hold fence in this position
and tighten bolt at far right of left front guide bar.
15. Make sure the right rear fence guide bar is correctly
positioned from left to right. Refer to Page 20. Raise
or lower left end of right rear guide bar (as viewed
from rear of saw) just enough to allow the stack of
paper to slide back and forth under rear of rip fence.
Hold guide bar in this position and tighten bolt at far
left end of guide bar.
16. Move rip fence and stacks of paper to left side of left
extension (as viewed from front.) Position the stacks
of paper under the rip fence and on top of the exten-
sions just as you did on the right extension. Raise or
lower left end of left front rip fence guide bar just
enough to allow paper stack to slide back and forth
under rip fence. Hold fence and guide bar in this
position and tighten both bolts that pass through the
bracket.
17. Raise or lower right end of right rear rip fence
guide bar (as viewed from rear of saw) just
enough to allow stack of paper to slide back an d
forth under rip fence. Hold the guide bar and
fence in this position and tighten both bolts that
pass through bracket.
18. Move stacks of paper and rip fence back to !3osition
explained in step 13 above. Recheck clearance be-
tween rip fence and table top. If necessary readjus!
rip fence guide bars to get proper clearance, Tighten
all bolts and nuts holding guide bars in place.
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19. Using a tape rule measure distances from rear cage
of back rip fence guide bars to front edge of lront rip
fence guide bars. Make measurements at each miter
gauge grooveand at the end of each extension. A!I
tour measurements must be the same. If adiustment
is necessary loosen bolt that passes through bracket
and extension. Now move the front bar until distance
is correct and retighten bolt.
VIEW FROM TOP OF SAW
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SAME MEASUREMENT
AT EACH SET
OF ARROWS
Assembling Rip Fence
1. From loose parts find:
1Micro Adjust Assembly
2Pan Head Screws. 10-32 x 1/2 in. long
2 Lockwashers #10
MICRO ADJUST ; _!
ASSEMBLY
LOCKWASHER
PAN HEAD
SC REW
2.
Turn rip fence upside down on table. Position micro Jlq!llI:-
adjust assembly on rip fence head as illustrated and
install two 10-32 x 1/2 pan head self tapping screws ....,,
through two lockwashers and through holes in micro _]
adjust assembly. Screw into holes in rip fence head J
Tighten both screws. _,__S_ _ _
.... LOCKWASHERS"----__ i 1," , ,,
UPSIDE DOWN RIP FENCE
PAN HEAD
SCREWS
3. Install rip fence on saw. Do so by ho_ing up rear end
of rip fence while engaging rip fence head onto front
rip fence guide rail. Now lower rear end of rip fence
onto back rip fence guide bar.
4. Push micro adjust knob toward rear of saw and
rotate knob. This should cause rip fence to move
dght or left depending on which way you rotate the
knob. tffence does not move, make this adjustment.
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A. Adjusting Fence Racks
1. Look under front fer_ceguide bars. The racks
should be approximately 1-1/8 inch apa_
between the ends of both racks as ilJustrated.
2. Adjust the racks by loosening t helout screws
that mount each rack. Stide both racks to the
1-1/8 inch measurement and tighten all
screws.
B. Adjusting Micro Adjust Cam
Look under rip fence head and find micro-adjust
gearand rack. Teeth on this gear must mesh with
teeth on the rack. Using a 1/8" Hex "L" wrer_h
loosen set screw "A". Now rotate micro-adjust
cam until gear can be pushed underneath teeth
on rack. Line up teeth on rack with the middle of
the gear. Hold gear in this position and rotate
micro-adjust cam until the gear is raised up and
meshes with teeth on the rack. Tighten set screw
C. If you were unable to line up the teeth on the rack
with the middle of the gear, then another adjust-
ment is required:
1. Push knob intoward rear of saw and hold knob
in this position.
2. Using a Hex "L" wrench, loosen set screw "B".
3. Move gear straight backward or straight for-
ward until teeth on the rack are positioned in
the middle of the gear. (DO NOT ROTATE
GEAR.)
4. While holding the gear in this position, push
micro-adjust knob all the way in toward the
gear and tighten set screw "B".
RACK
SET SCREW "B"
MICRO ADJUST CAM
SET SCR EwW"A'_
RiP FENCE SELF ALIGNING PAD
ADJUSTMENT
I WARNING: A mlsallgned fence can cause kick-
backs and jams. To avoid injury, follow these
instructions until the fence properly self aligns.
1. Check the fence to be sure it slides easily aioP.g the
bars and always remains in alignmenl (parallel to
sawblade and miter gauge grooves).
The alignment is maintained by a spring underneath
the fence which presses against the front guide ba r.
2. To see ifre nce needs adjustment place fence on saw
but DO NOT LOCK IT.
Move the REAR END of the fence slightly to the right
or left...when you release it, the fence should"sprir_j-
back to its original position.
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3. If fence does not spring back, the spring pressure
must be INCREASED. To do so:
A. Loosen the screws.
B. Move spring slightly toward front of fence.
4, If fence does not slide easily along the bars the
pressure of the spring can be REDUCED.
A. Loosen the screws,
B. Move spring slightlytoward rearof fe nce...tighten
screws.
WARNING: To avoid Injury from jams or kick-
backs, be sure to push properly adjusted lock
lever allthe way down until the lever rests on the
stop before using this rip fence.
SPR ING
SCREWS
SLIDE SPRING TO
ADJUST PRESSURE
RIP FENCE LOCK LEVER ADJUSTMENT
1. Check the Rip Fence Lock Lever, when locked
down, to be sure it will hold the Rip Fence securely.
It should not be difficult to push down and lock.
If lock lever does not lock fence securely:
A. Raise Lock Lever.
B, Tighten the adjusting nut using a small screw-
driver until the lever, when locked, holds the Rip
Fence securely,
If Lock Lever is difficult to push down:
A, Raise Lock Lever.
B. Loosen the adjusting nut using a small screw-
driver unti! the lever is easy to push down and
holds the Rip Fence securely.
_._%_.__ ADJUSTING NUT
RiP FENCE ALIGNMENT ADJUSTMENT
1. The RipFence must be PARALLELwith the sawblade
and Miter Gauge Grooves. Move Fence until it is
along side of groove. DO NOT LOCK IT. It should
be parallel to groove, if it is not:
A. Loosen the two Hex Head Screws.
B. Hold fence head tightly against bar in direction of
arrows on illustration, Move end of fence sothat
it is parallel with Groove.
C. Lock the fence in place by pushing down on lock
handle.
D. Altematelytighten the hex head screws.
E, Unlock and then re4ock fence. If fence is not
parallel with groove, repeat above steps until
fence is parallel with groove.
WARNING: A misaUgned fence can cause kick-"l"
backs. Followtheseinstructions untilthefence is I
properly aligned, l
HEX SCREWS
FENCE
HEAD
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mNSTALLmNG MEASURING TAPES
1. From the !oose parts find:
2 Measuring Tapes
-"-:- - ...... _ + 4 _ ÷:-÷-4-_t=::T:=F._T-_-_
2. Place rip fence on saw table to the right side of
the blade.
3. Using a tape ruie measure six inches out from the
right side of the btade. Position the rip fence so
the left side of the fence is at this six inch mark.
4. Lock the fence in this position.
)
5. Find the "0" inch mark on the end of one of the
measuring tapes, Slide this end of the measuring
tape under right side of rip fence head and push
tape along top surface of rip fence guide bar.
6. Move measuring tape under plastic window of rip
fence head until six inch mark on measuring tape
is straight under red line (pointer) on the plastic
window.
7. Hold measuring tape in this position and draw a
pencil mark across rip fence guide bar at left en0
of measuring tape,
6"MARK
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8. Remove rip fence from saw. Remove measuring
tapefrom saw but keep it separate from other
measuring tape. It must later be attached to this
same rip fence guide bar. At the left end and rig ht
end of right rip fence guide bar. measure back
3/8" from the front rounded edge and put pencil
marks on the guide bar at these points, Using a
straight edge draw a pencil line that passes
through both of these points.
9. Repeat this same operation on left front rip fence
guide bar so it also has a straight pencil line
drawn along its full length and 3/8" back from the
rounded front edge of the guide bar._
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3/8 INCH FROM
ROUNDED EDGE
10. Find the measuring tape you set aside earlier. It
must be attached to the right front np fence
guide bar. To do so:
A. Find the end of measuring tape with "0" inch
mark. Place this end of measunng tape on
pencil mark you drew across left end of guide
bar earlier. Now place front edge of measunng
tape on line you drew along full length of
guide bar earlier,
B. While holding measuring tape in this position
pick up left end of measu ring tape and peel off
about six inches of protective coating from
underside of measuring tape. This wilt expose
adhesive on underside of measuring tape.
Very carefully lower left end of measuring tape
back down on rip fence guide bar making su re
the measunng tape is lined up properly with
pencil marks. Press left end of measuring tape
down against guide bar so adhesive will hold
measuring tape in place.
C, Raise measuring tape and peel back another
six inch section of protective covenng. Now
carefully lower measuring tape against guide
bar so it remainslined up with pencil mark and
then press it against guide bar so adhesive
holds tape in place.
D. Continue this procedure until the ful! length of
measuring tape is in place on guide bar.
11. Place rip fence on left side of blade.
12. Usingatape rule rneasure six (6) inches out (away)
from left s|deof blade. Position rip fence so righl side
of fence is at this six inch mark.
13. Lock rip fence in this position.
14. Follow the same procedure used to install the
first measuring tape EXCEPT:
A. The pencil mark you make across the guide
bar shou}d be made at RIGHT END of measur-
ing tape
/_ _- MARK RIGHT FRONT
t| _cl RIP FENCE
/c/GUIDE BAR
B. The end of measunng tape with "0" .,ncn mark
must be pushed under left side of rip fence
head
C. When peeling back protective coating to
expose adhesive work from Lhe right end of
measu ring tape,
15. The measuring tapes can now be usec together
with the rip scale pointer to provide a quick
method for positioning the rip fence to produce
boards of the width you desire, If you want to np
a board four (4} inches wide. simply slide the rip
fence along the front guide rait until the red line
(rip scale pointer) is positioned straight above
the four inch line on the measuring tape. Lock
the fence in this position and rip the board.
NOTE: If extreme accuracy is required when ripping,
you should not use this method to position the
fence. Instead. use a precision measuring instrument
to set the rip fence the exact distance away from the
blade.
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iNSTALLiNG BLADE GUARD
1. From among the loose parts, find
2 Hex Head Screws, 1/4-20 x 5/8 in. long
3 Hex Head Screws, 5/16-18 x 5/8 in. long
2 Hex Head Screws, 5/16-18 x 1 in. long
2 Hex Nuts, 1/4-20 (approx. dia. of hole 1/4 in.)
2 Lockwashers, 1/4 in. External Type
(approx. alia. of hole 1/4 in.)
2 Lockwashers, 5/16 in. External Type
(approx. dia. of hole 5/16 in.)
1 Thumbscrew
Blade Guard Support
Spreader Support
Spreader Rod
1/4-20 x 5/8 IN 5/16-18 x 5/8 IN
HEX HD. SCREW HEX HD. SCREW
Q
HEX NUT
°"{::_: 2jZ,j:::4.4;:
,¸¸
_ THUMBSCREW ,:
/ii i
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5116-18x I IN ....._'
HEX HD. SCREW _OD :-
SPREADER SUPPORT ":::
2. Before installingthe blade guard, you must checkthe
heeling adjustment (parallelism of sawblade to miter
gauge groove). The procedure for making this check
and adjusting it are found in the "Adjustments" section
of this manual Refer to "Heeling Adjustment or
Parallelism of Saw Blade to Miler Gauge Groove."
IWARNING: The blade must be to Miler
parallel
Gauge Groove. Mlsaligned blades could bind
on workplece, Workp|ece could suddenly kick
beck. You could be cut or hit.
3. Lower the blade,
4. Screw the MOTOR BASE CLAMP SCREWS part
way intocradle. Screw the 5/16-18 x 5/8 inch Hex Hd.
screw intothe blade guard support.
5. Attach BLADE GUARD SUPPORT...DO NOT
TIGHTEN screws.
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6. Insert SPREADER ROD into SPREADER SUP-
PORT until pin fits into notch. Insert Thumb-screw
and tighten it.
THUMB ScREVV
\
SPREADER \
ROD
FLAT IX
SURFACE__j
(INTO SO PPORT_
SPREADER
SuPPO_ i
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7_ S_ide SPREADER ROD into BLADE GUARD SUP-
PORT until end of ROD is even with edge of SUP-
PORT...Tighten Hex Head Screw in support.
8. Attach SPREADER to SPREADER SUPPORT so
that the edge of the spreader is even with the edge of
the spreader support...tighten screws.
9. Raise blade guard and lift both antikick-back pawls.
Insert a hex "lj' wrench in the notches to hold pawls
out of the way as shown in the next illustration. Align
the spreader square to table. Tighten both 5/16-18 x
! inch hex head screws to hold blade guard support
in this position.
1/4-20 HEX HD_
SCREW
1/4 IN. LOCKWASHER
1/4-20 HEX NUT
SPREADER EDGE
EVEN WITH SPREADER
SUPPORT EDGE
END OF ROD
EVEN WITH EDGE
OF SUPPORT
'/ SQUARE
: BLADE GUARD
_,SUPPORT --'---
5/16-18 x 1 IN
HEX HD. SCREW'
10. Raise blade al! the way up,..make sure it is square
with table.
11. Lay blade of square or other straightedge alongside
of blade.
12. Loosen Hex Head Screw in BLADE GUARD SUP-
PORT and move spreader so that it touches blade of
square...tighten screw.
13. NOTE: The spreader is now square wtih the table
and approximately in line with the sawblade. The
spreader requires further adjustment to align it PAR-
ALLEL to the blade and in the rvllDDLE of the cut
(KERF) made by the sawblade.
PAWLS
STRAIGHT
HEX HD.
14, IMPORTANT: To work properly, the SPREADER
must always be PARALLEL to the sawblade and
adjusted so the cut workpJece will pass on either
side at the spreader without binding or skewing to
the side.
NOTE: The spreader is thinner than the width of the
cut (KERF) made by the sawblade by approximately
six thicknesses of paper.
KERF WOOD
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SPREADER .- . i 1
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LOOKING DOWN ON SAW
15. Maketwofolds in asmall piece(6 x 6 in.)ofordinary
NEWSPAPER making three thicknesses,
The folded paper will be used as a "spacing gauge." /
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t6, Place RiP FENCE on table_
CAREFULLY move it aga nat b_ade so that it is paraS.
iel to the biade, and just TOUCH ES tips of saw teeth
...tighten RiP FENCE LOCK LEVER°
17. insert folded paper between SPREADER AND
FENCE.
18, Using a 7/16 in. wrench loosen the 1/4-20 he× head
screws so the spreader can s_ide sideways.
1& Ho_d sDreader fiat aganst fence_,tighten screws
using 7/!6 n. wrenciq, Remove Hex "L'= wrench and
iower antikickback paw_s.
?/16 IN WRENCH
FOLDED PAPER
;REW
,WRENCH
ii,i ,rll u
20, TO remove BLADE GUARD AND SPREADEiR,
_oosen THUMBSCREW. DO NO'[ LOOSEN <.._,
OTHER SCREWS. This lets you remove and ...... ''
rep!ace the guard without disturbing the spreader
alignment.
POSITIONING MOTOR ON MOTOR
MOUNTING BASE
1. Put the motor mount nObase agair,,st the tlat sudace
of a workbench,
2. Position the motor so the end co_'.4airing the red
overload button is lacing you.
3 t.oosen both cradle damp screws,
4, Pu! a square against the LEFi side of the motor and
against the top of the workbench.
5. Tum the motor inside the cradle clamps until the top
oi both capacitors touch the square,
6 Tighten both cradle c_ampscrews to hold the motor
in this position
WARNING: Failure to properly Install motor may
let workplece strike capacitor cover during bevel
or compound miter cuts. Workplece could bind
and kick back. You could be cut or hit.
LOOSEN BOTH CRADLE CLAMP SCREWS
RED OVERLOAD
BUTTON
CAPACITORSi, V! MOTOR
"_i I._i I_..j_TOR MOUNTING
_,_ _('_:_' _ WORKBENCH
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MOUNTING THE MOTOR
1. From among the loose parts, find the following
hardware:
4 Carriage Bolts, 5/16-18 x 3/4 in. long
4 Hex Nuts, 5/16-18 (approx. dia. of hole 5/16 in.)
4 Lockwashers, 5/16 in. External Type (approx.
dia. of hole 5/16 in.)
1 Cast Iron Motor Pulley
CARRIAGE
BOLT
5/16" EXTERNAL
LOCKWASHER
G
5/16" HEX NUT
MOTOR PULLEY
2. The motor base is installed in the cradle for shipment.
Pull the motor base away from the cradle and put it
on the floor before mounting the motor to it.
3. Place motor on MOTOR BASE.., insert bolts through
holes in MOTOR BASE...then through the motor
MOUNTING BASE. Install Iockwashers and nuts,
4. Position motor so that edge of MOTOR MOUNTING
BASE and MOTOR BASE are even as illustrated...
slide motor all the way to the RIGHT...tighten the
four nuts,
5, Loosen set screw in motor pulley using 5/32 in, Hex
"L" wrench. Slide pulley onto shaft with HUB away
from motor. DO NOT TIGHTEN SET SCREW.
6. Install 3/16 in. square key (furnished with motor) in
grooves in pulley and motor shaft. DONOT TIGHTEN
SET SCREW,
KEY PULLEY
7. Lift motor and insert the TWO PINS on motor oase
into HOLES IN cradle.,,push motor in as far as it
will go.
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8. Lower the blade...install belt on saw pulley and
motor pulley.
9. Sight along edges of both pulleys and move motor
pulley so that belt is parallel to the edges of both
pulleys.. ,tighten the set screw in the motor pulley.
10. iMPORTANT: Measure the distance from end of
motor shaft to pulley... ,mark this dimension down;
you will need it later when reinstalling the pulley.
11. Make sure blade is 90 ° to table,,, raise it all the way
up.
12. Lift motor until edge of washer (see illustration) is
even with end of slot. In this position, pull motor
toward you (pins will slide in the cradle) until belt is
TIGHT., ,make sure washer is still even with end of
slot...tighten lhe two MOTOR BASE CLAMPS
SCREWS.
PINS
MOTOR BASE
CLAMP SCF_ EWS
WASHER
EDGE OF WASHER
EVEN WiTH EEND
OF SLOT
13. Put your hand around the belt half way between
the two pulleys and squeeze belt until two sides
of belt touch. The motor should move freely as
you squeeze the belt. If motor does not move
freely,belt tension must be readjusted.
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iNSTALLiNG BELT GUARD
1. From loose parts find:
1 Belt Guard Support Bracket
1 Belt Guard Support
1 Belt Guard
2 Self Threading Screws. 10-32 x 1/2 in. long
BELT GUARD
SUPPORT BRACKET
BE_ GUARD
BELT GUARD SLJF::_PORT
!/2 IN SELF THREADING
SCREW
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2. Remove the belt and motor pulley.
3. Screwsfurnished with guard are"self-threading"
screw them into holes in BELT GUARD
SUPPORT BRACKET to cut threads, then remove
them.
4 Position BELT GUARD SUPPORT BRACKET
and BELT GUARD SUPPORT as shown and
install the screws., make sure motor shaft is in
CENTER of hole in SUPPORT.
BELT GUARD
PPORT BRACKET
BELT GUARD 10-32 x 112 IN.
SUPPORT SELF-THREADING
SCREW
5. install three CLIPS (furnished with guard) 90°
apart starting with one clip at the end of the
guard asshown_ .. LONG END of clip must be on
outside of guard pointing away from opening in
guard,
OPENING
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BELT GUARD \, _ _,'__'_f!_ CLIPS
X
LONG END
6. Reinstall motor pulley the same way it was when
you aligned the belt
7 Place belt on SAW PULLEY. insert end of belt
through opening in END of guard
8. Lift motor and slip belt over motor pulley
BELT
9. Press guard onto support so that bottom of
guard is approximately 3/4 in. away from belt.
NOTE: To remove guard, lift up on LONG TABS
of clips.., pull guard outward. The clips should
remain on the BELT GUARD SUPPORT.
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3/4 IN.
MOTOR CONNECTIONS
WARNING: For your own safety, never connect
plug to power source out_et until a_ assembly
steps are compgeted.
1. Open motor connector box cover 8ocated on side of
motor using a fiat blade screwdriver.
WARNING: To avoid eiectrocutlon, never con-
nect anythlng but the ground wire (colored
green} _o the green screw.
2. Remove GREEN SCREW and insert through round
metalterrninal on the end ofthe GREEN wire of power
cord.
3. Reinserl GR EEN SCREW inthreaded hole that itwas
removed from and tighten securely.
4. Insert terminal end of BLACK wire on spade terminaa
next to copper poston the motor. Pushterminalfirmly
until seated.
5. Insert termina_ end of WHITE wire on spade terminal
next to silver post on the motor. Push terminal firmly
until seated.
6. Close motor connector box being sure that power
cord is seated in strain relief groove and tighten box
cover screws.
7. Do not plug in power cable.
BLACK WIRE TO SPADE
TERMINAL BESIDE
COPPER POST
GREEN WIRE
TO GREEN SCREW
STRAIN RELIEF
GROOVE (BOTTOM)
WHITE WIRE TO SPADE
TERMINAL BESIDE
;ILVER POST
PLUGGING iN MOTOR
1. From among the loose parts, find:
2 Wire Ties
2. Route motorcord along right sideof cabinet and
snap ties n 1/4" hole in side of cabinet. Secure
_wo cords n wire ties,
EXTENSION REMOVED FOR
PICTURE CLARITY
WIRE TIES
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NEVER OPERATE THE SAW WITHOUT THE
PROPER INSERT IN PLACE. USE THE SAW BLADE
INSERT WHEN SAWING. USE THE COiVlBINATION
DADO MOLDING INSERT WHEN DADOING OR
MOLDING.
g REMOVING AND INSTALLING SAWBLADE.
WARNING: To avoid injury from accidental
start, turn switch "OFF" end remove plug
from power sourceoutBet before removing or
Instaiilng sawblade.
A. Raise Blade Guard ... remove insert.
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WOOD BLOCK
ARBOR
WRENCH
ARBOR NUT
B. To REMOVE blade, place a block of wood
against front of blade,.. PULL arbor wrench BLADEGUARD NOT SHOWN FOR PUCTURECLARrrY
toward you to LOOSEN arbor nut.
BLADE GUARD NOT SHOWN FOR PaCTURE CLARITY
C. ToTIGHTEN arbor nut, place a block of wood
against rear of blade... PUSH wrench away
from you.
When installing the blade..• make sure the 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.
Always tighten the arbor nut securely.
NOTE: When using the Dado or Molding Head. it
is not necessary to install the loose collar.
To replace insert.
Place insert into insert open ing in table and push
toward rear of saw to engage spnng clip and
until keyslot in insert will drop over screw.
Tighten screw.
Do not tighten screw to the point where it will
deflect the insert.
LOOSE
COLLAR
ARBOR
\ :s
_ \ARBOR NUT
TEETH POINTING TO--_-
FRONT OF SAW "-_,__
WARNING: To avoid injury from a thrown
workplece, blade parts, or blade contact,
NEVER operate saw without the proper Insert
in place. Use the sawblade insert when saw-
ing. Usethe proper size Dado/IMoldlng Insert
for dado blades and molding heads.
BLADEGUARD, NOT SHOWN FOR PICTURE CLARITY
MITER GAUGE
10 EXACT-I-CUT
The "yellow" plastic disc imbedded in the table
in front of the sawblade, is provided for marking
the location of the "sawcut" on the workpiece.
A. Check disc...if it is above table surface, place a
piece of hardwood on top of it and tap it down.
B. With blade 90° {squareto table) and miter gauge
90 ° (square to blade) cut off a piece of wood.
C. Pull miter gauge back until wood is over Exact-I-
Cut, Using very sharp pencil, mark a line on
Exact-I-Cut.
D With miter gauge in right hand groove, follow
same procedure and mark another line on
Exact-l-Cut.
E. These lines indicate the "'path" of the cut (kerft
made by the sawblade.
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When cutting the workpiece, line up mark on
workpiece with line on Exact-i-Cut.
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11 MICRO-ADJUST RIP FENCE ... allows the
operator to accurately adjust the rip fence using
only one hand. To move the fence push in on the
micro-adjust knob and rotate the knob. Rotating
the knob clockwise moves the fence to the right.
Rotating it counterclockwise moves the fence to
the left.
BASIC SAW OPERATION
WORK FEED DEVQCES
Before cutting any wood on your saw, study all of the
"Basic Saw Operation" section.
As you learn new table saw woodworking techniques,
you'll see t hat many types of cuts need different support-
ing devices, known as jigs or fixtures. Theycan help you
make cuts more accurately. By helping to steady the
workpiece and keep you away from the blade, they can
help you safely use your saw for certain cuts.
Many people custom build their own jigs and fixtures.
Jigs and fixtures are often unique, designedfera particu-
lar cut.
You can use you rtable saw to easily make many jigs and
fixtures. To get you started, we've included instructions
for some simple ones. After you have made a few
practice cuts, make up these jigs before starting any
projects. Make the push stick first.
PUSH STICK AND PUSH BLOCK
Make the Push Stick using a piece of I x 2.
Make the Push Block using a piece of 3/8 in. and 3/4 in.
plywood.
The sinai! piece of wood 3/8 x 3//8 x 1-1/2 inches should
be GLUED to the plywood. DO NOT USE NAILS. This
is to prevent dulling the sawblade in the event you
mistakenly cut into the Push Block.
Position the handle in the center of the plywood and
fasten together with gmueand woodscrews.
THESE EDGES MUST
BE PARALLEL _ 3/4 PLYWOOD
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5-,/, 3t, /
NOTE: All dimensions in inches 3/8 PLYWOOD
PUSH BLOCK
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AUXILIARY FENCE/WORK SUPPORT
Make one usingapiece of 3/8 inch and 3/4 inch plywood.
Fasten together with glue and flat head woodscrews.
Tighten the screws sa the flat head is even with the
bottom of the wood.
3-1/2 _
3/4 PLYWOOD
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THIS FACE AND THIS 30
EDGE MUST BE PARALLEL
3/8 pLYWOOD
AUXILIARY FENCE/WORK SUPPORT
AUXILIARY PANEL WORK SUPPORT
Make using a piece of 3!4" and 3/8" plywood. Fasten
together with glue and wood screws. Use this auxiliary
panel work support only when cutting large panels that
require the rip fence to be positioned past the exposed
side of the extension,
3-5/8
3/4 PL YWOOD
26-I/2
:-3/8
FACE & EDGE
MUST BE "" . ....-.,,.
PARALLEL /
318 PLYWOOD 2
NOTE: All dimension m inches
AUXILIARY PANEL/WORK SUPPORT
SAFETY iNSTRUCTIONS FOR BASIC SAW OPERATIONS
BEFORE EACH USE:
1. Inspect your saw.
a. Toavoid injuryfrom accidental starting, unplug
the saw, turn the switch off and remove the
switch key before raising or removing the
guard, changing the cutting tool. changing
the setup or adjusting anything.
b. Check for alignment of moving parts, binding
of moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting,
and any other conditions that may affect the
way it works. If any part is missing, bent. or
broken in any way, or any electrical parts don't
work properly, turn the saw off and unplug the
saw,
c. Replace damaged, missing, or failed parts
before using the saw aga i n.
d. Use the sawblade guard, spreader, and anti-
kickback pawtsfor any thru-sawing (whenever
the blade comes through the top of the work-
piece). Make sure the pawls work properly.
Make sure the spreader is in line with the
sawblade.
REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND
WRENCHES. Form habit of checking for and
removing keys and adjusting wrenches from
tool before turning Et on,
To avoid injury from jams. slips or thrown
pieces (kickback and throwback):
1_USE ONLY RECOMMENDED ACCES-
SORIES (See page 58) - Follow the
instructions that come with the accessories,
Using other accessories may be dangerous.
2. Choose the right blade or cutting accessory
for the material and the type of cutting you
plan to do.
3. Never use grindm g wheels, abrasive cut-off
wheels, friction wheels Lmetal slitting blades)
wire wheels or buffing wheel. They can fly
apart explosively.
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4. Choose and inspect your cutting tool care-
fully.
a. To avoid cutting too_ failure and thrown
shrapnel (broken pieces of b_ade), use
onty 10" orsmaller btadesor oti3er cutting
tools marked for speeds of 3450 rpm or
higher.
b. Always use unbroken, balanced b_ades
designed to fit this saw's 5/8" arbor.
c. When thru-sawing, (making cuts where
the blade comes through the workpiece
top) always use a 10 inch diameter btade.
This keeps the spreader in c!osest to the
blade.
d Do not overtighten arbor nut. Use arbor
wrenches to "snug" it securety_
e. Use only sharp blades with 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 _ocks 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 stippery from wax or
sawdusL
b. To avoid burns or other fire daJT_age, never use
the saw near flammable liquids, vapors or
gases.
Plan ahead to protect your eyes, hands, face, ears.
a. To avoid injury from accidental blade contact,
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 sw itch
is in "OFF" position before pSugging saw in.
Plan your work
1 USE THE RIGHT TOOL - Dont force too_ or
attachment to do a joo _t was not des_g ned for.
2, Dress for safety:
- Do not wear loose clothing, g_oveso neckties
or jewelry (rings, wrist watches). They can get
caught and draw you into moving parts.
- Wear nonstip footwear.
- Tie back long hair.
- Roll tong sBeeves above the elbow
- Noise levels vary widely. To avoid POSsible
hearing damage, wear ear plugs or muffs
when using saw for long periods of time.
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 Z87.1 (shown on pack-
age). 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.
WEAR YOUR
- For dusty operations, wear a dust mask along
with the safety goggles.
3. Inspect your workpiece. Make sure there are no
nails or foreign objects in the part of the work-
piece to be cut.
4. Plan yourcuttoavoid KICKBACKSand THROW-
BACKS - when a part or all of the workpiece
binds on the blade and is thrown violently back
toward the front of the saw:
- 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.
-Make sure there's no debris between the
workpiece and its supports.
- When cutting irregularly shaped workpieces,
plan you r work so it will not slip and pinch the
blade.
- A piece of molding, for example, must lie
fiat or be held by a fixture or jig that will not
let it twist, rock or slip while being cut, Use
jigs, fixtures where needed to prevent work-
piece shifting.
- Use a different better suited type of tool for
work that can't be made stable.
- Use extra caution with large, very small or
awkward workpieces:
-Use extra supports (tables saw horses.
blocks, etc.) for any workpieces large
enough to tip when not held down ot the
table top. NEVER use another person as a
substitute for a table extension, or as addi-
tional support for a workpieoe that is longer
or wider then the basic saw table, or to help
feed, support or pull the workpiece.
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-Never confine the piece being cut off. That
is, the piece NOT against the fence, miter
gauge or fixture. Never hold it, clamp it,
touch it, or use length stops against it. It
must be free to move. If confined, it could
get wedged against the btade and cause a
kickback or throwback.
- Never cut more than one workpiece at a
time.
-Never turn your table saw "ON" before
ctearing eye,thing except the workpiece
and related support devices off the table.
Plan the way you will push the workpiece through.
-NEVER pult the workplece through. Start and
finished the cut from the fron of the tabel saw.
-NEVER put your fingers or hands in the path of
the sawblade or other cutting tool.
-NEVER reach in back of the cuffing tool with
either hand to hold down or support the work-
piece, remove wood scraps, or for any other
reason.
-Avoid awkward operations and hand positions
where asudden slip could cause fingers or hand
to move into a sawblade or other cutting tool
- DON'T OVERREACH. Always keep good footing
and balance.
- Push the workpiece against the rotation of the
blade. NEVER feed material into the cutting tool
from the rear of the saw.
-Always push the workpiece all the way past the
sawblade.
-Asmuch as possible, keep you r face and body to
one side of the sawblade, out of line with a
possible kickback or throwback.
-NEVER turn the saw "ON" before clearing the
table of all tools, wood scraps, etc., except the
workptece and related feed or support devices
for the cut planned.
WHENEVER SAW iS RUNNING
WARNING: DOn't let faml.arlty (gained from
frequent use of your table saw) cause a careless
rnlstakeo Always remember that a careless frac-
tion of asecond is enough to cause asevere
injury.
1. Before actually cuttingwith the saw, watch it while it
runs fora short while. If it makes an unfamilar noise
or vibrates excessively, stop immediately. Turn the
saw off. Unplug the saw. Do not resta_ untiafinding
and correcting the problem.
2. Make sure the top of the arbor or cutting tool turns
toward the front of the saw.
3. Set the cutting tooU as Rowas possible for the cut
you're planning.
4. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. AH visitors should be kept
a safe distance from work. Make sure bystanders are
clear of the saw and workpiece.
5. Let the blade reach full speed before cutting.
6. DON'T FORCE TOOL. It will do the job better and
safer at its designed rate. Feed the workpiece intothe
blade only fast enough to let it cut without bogging
down or binding.
7. Before freeing any jammed mater_al:
a. Turn switch "OFF"_
b. Unplug the saw.
c. Wait for all moving parts to stop.
d. Check blade spreader and fence for proper a_ign-
menl before starling, again.
8. To avoid throwback of cut off pieces:
a. Use the guard assembly.
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 liftingthe guard
BEFORE LEAVING THE SAW
1. Turn saw off.
2. Wait for blade to stop spinning.
3. Make workshop child-proof. Lock the shop. Dis-
connect master switches. Remove the yellow
switch key. Store Jt away from children and
others not qualified to use the tool.
4. Unplug the saw,
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USING THE M TER GAUGE
THE MgTER GAUGE IS USED WHEN CROSSCUT-
TING, MITER CUTTBNG, BEVEL CUTTING, COM-
POUND MITER CUTTING, DADOI_NG and when
RABBETTaNG AND MOLDING across the end of a
narrow workpiece,
WARNING: For your own safe_y, always observe
the _o_owlng safety precautions in addition te
the safety [email protected] en pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 40,
41, and 42.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY _NSTRUCT!ONS FOR
CROSS CUT TYPE CUTS
Before starting
-NEVER use the rip fence when crosscutting.
- An auxiliary wood facing attached to 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 your work. Make sure, however, it will
not interfere with the sawblade guard.
- 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.
WhiBecutting
- To avoid blade contact, always hold the miter
gauge as shown in the BASIC SAW OPERA-
TtONS - USING THE MITER GAUGE.
CROSSCUTTING
Crosscut
A cutting or shaping operation made across the width
of the workpiece.
The graduations on the miter gauge provide
accuracy for average woodworking, tn 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.
If necessary, the miter gauge head can be swiveled
slightly to compensate for any inaccuracy.
NOTE: The space between the miter gauge barand
the groove in the table is held to a minimum during
manufacturing.
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WORKPIECE
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TABLE
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 while cutting, but keep one side of
the bar riding against one side of the groove
NOTE: Glue a piece of sandpaper to the face of the
miter gauge head This will help orevent the
work#fece from "creeping" while it is being cut.
The Hold-Down Clamp (Optional Accessory 1
should be used on the miter gauge for greater
accuracy.
The Miter Gauge may be used ineither of the grooves
in the table. Make sure it is locked.
WARNING: To avoid blade contact or kickback,
hold the Miter Gauge properly.
When using the Miter Ggauge in the LEFT hand
groove, hold the workpiece firmly against the Miter
Gauge head with your left hand, and grip the Lock
Handle with your right.
When using the RIGHT Hand groove, hotd the work-
piece with your right hand and the Lock Handle with
your left hand.
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When cutting long workpieces, invert AUXILIARY FENCE/
WORK SUPPORT and Position it on top of the guide bars
to support the workpiece as near to the end as possible.
if this does not adequately support the workp_ece, _,ou
can make a simple support by clamping a piece of ply-
wood to a sawhorse. See 1st illustration under "Cross-
cutting."
Use the Hold-Down Clamp (Optional Accessory) on
the miter gauge for greater accuracy.
AUXILIARY PANEL/
WORK SUPPORT
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REPETITIVE CUTTING
REPETITIVE CUTTING is known as cutting a
quantityof pieces the same length without having to
mark each piece,
1. Use the Stop Rods (optional accessory) only for
cutting duplicate pieces 6 in. long and longer.
2. Follow al safety precautions and operational
instructions for cross cutting.
When making repetitivecuts I rom a long workpiece.
make sure it is adequately supported.
Use the Hold-Down Clamp (Optional Accessory) on
the miter gauge for greater accuracy.
LEFT HAND [REMOVED
FOR PICTURE CLARITY
STOP RODS ,, "
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1. NEVER USE THE RIP FENCE AS A LENGTH STOP
BECAUSE THE CUT OFF PIECE COULD BIND
BE]3NEEN THE FENCE AND THE BLADE CAUS-
ING A KICKBACK.
2, When making repetitive cuts shorter than 6 in., clamp
a b_ockof wood 2 in, _ongto the tabte to act as a _ength
stop. Do not clamp directly to the bottom edge of the
_ble because the "swh,e_"of the clamp will not grip
3ropedy, Place a smalt bbck of wood between the
ettom edge ol the table and the "C" c_amp,
CAUTION: Avogd kickback from twl_lBng _he
workpleceo When ¢_amping the b_ock, make
sure thst the ere of the b_ock _swe_ _nfront of
the sawbgade. Be sure it Jsclamped securely.
3. Slide the wo,'kpiece along the miter gauge unti! it
touchesthe biock.,.ho_d it secu rety or clamp it withthe
Hold-Down Clamp (optional accessory).
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4. Make the cut...turn the saw off...remove the piece
after the blade has stopped and before cutting the
next piece.
MITER CUTTING
MITER CUTTING is known as cutting wood at an
angle other than 90° with the edge of the wood,
Follow the same procedure as you would for cross-
cutting.
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.
When using the miter gauge in the LEFT hand
groove, hold the workpiece firm!y against the miter
gauge head with your left hand, and grip the lock
handle with your right
When using the RIGHT hand groove, ho_d the
workpiece with your right hand and the knob with
your left hand.
Use the Hold-Down Clamp (Optional Accessory) on
the miter gauge for greater accuracy.
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.
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. H_td
the workpiece with your right hand and the lock-
handle with your left hand.
Use the AUXILIARY FENCE/WORK SUPPORT for
additional support of the workpiece.
Lay it across the guide bars to support the workp_ece
as near to the end as possible.
Usethe Hold-Down Clamp (Optional Accessory) on
the miter gauge for greater accuracy.
COMPOUND MITER CUTTING
COMPOUND MITER CUTTING is a combination of
miter cutting and bevel crosscutting. The cut is
made at an angle other than 90° to both the eoge and
the flat side of the wood.
Adjust the miter gauge and the blade to the desired
angle... Make sure miter gauge is locked
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USING THE RiP FENCE
RIPPING, BEVEL RIPPING, PLOUGHING, MOLDING,
RESAWING AND RABBETING are performed usingthe
RIP FENCE together with the AUXILIARY FENCE/
WORK SUPPORT, PUSH STICK OR PUSH BLOCK.
/WARNING: For your own safety, always observe I
ithe fOllowing safety precautlo_ in addiUon to the 1
Isafety instructions on pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 27, 28, & 29.
additional safety instructions for
RiP TYPE CUTS
1. NEVER use the Miler Gauge when ripping.
2. Use aPush 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 of the blade.
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 slip off or push
the work away from the fence.
4. A FEATHERBOARD can help guide the workpiece.
KERFS ABOUT
5/16" APART
4-1/2"
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Before starting
-To avoid kickbacks and slips into the btade,
make sure the ripfence isparallel to the sawblade_
-Check the antikickback pawls. The pawls must
stop a kickback once it has started. Replace or
sharpen antikickback pawls when points become
dutt.
-Plastic and composition (like hardboard_
materials may be cut on your saw. However,
since these are usually'quite hard and slippery.
the antikickback pawls may not stop a kickback.
Therefore, be especially careful in your set-up
and cutting procedures,
While cutting
-To avoid kickbacks and slips into the blade
always push forward on the section of the work-
piece between the saw blade and the rip fence.
Never push forward on the piece being cut off,
RIPPING
Ripping
Acutting operation along the length of the workpiece,
Position the fence to the desired WIDTH OF RIP and
_ock in place.
Before starting to rip, be sure
A. Rip Fence _s parallel to sawblade.
B. Spreader is properly aligned with sawblade
C. Antikickback pawls are functioning properly
When ripping LONG BOARDS or LARGE PANELS
always use a work support.
A simple one can be made by clamping a piece of
plywood to asawhorse.
BEVEL R|PPING NARROW WORK
When bevel r_pping material 6 in or narrower, use
fence on the right side of the blade ONLY, This will
provide more space between the fence and the
sawbiade for use of a push stick, If the fence is
mounted to the left. the sawblade guard may interfere
with proper use of apush stick.
ALWAYS SUPP©RT LONG WORKP_ECES
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USUNG FEATHERBOARDS FOR THRU-
SAWRNG
Featherboards are not employed for thru-sawing opera-
tions when using the miter gauge.
Featherboards are used to keep the workpiece in con-
tact with the fence and table as shown, and to heRpstop
kickbacks.
Add 7-1/2 inch highflat facing board to the fence, the full
length of the fence.
Mount featherboards to fence and table as shown so that
_eading edges of featherboards will support workpiece.
WARNING: Make sure the feath_rboard against
the edge presses enly on the uncut po_lon (for°
ward of the blade). _t m_ght othe_lse pinch the
bBade In the ke_ and ¢au_ a kickback.
Before starting the operation (switch "OFF" and cutter
below table surface}:
(a) Install featherboards so they exert pressure on the
workpiece; be positive they are secure, and
(b) Make su re by trial that the featherboards wiil stop a
kickback if one should occur.
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"C" CLA_PS /
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FEATHERBOARD
WORK SUPPORT
ATHERBOARD
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Keep your hands outof the blade path,
WARN'NG: To avoid kickback, push ,orwarcl on,y
on the part of the workplece th_ will pass be
tween the blade and the fence
Stop your thumbs at the front edge of the table Finish
the cut withthe appropriate pusher
When"WIDTH OF RIP" s2 in. orwider USETHEPUSH
STICK to finish pushing the work all the way past the
blade.
When WIDTH OF RIP is 1/2" to 2 in., the push stick
CANNOT be used becausethe guardwill interfere. USE
the AUXILIARY FENCE/WORK SUPPORT and PUSH
BLOCK.
Attach Auxiliary Fence!Work Support to Rip Fence with
two"C" clamps.
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Feed the workpiece by hand along the AUXILIARY
FENCE until the end is approx. 1 in, past the front
edge of the table. Continue to feed using the PUSH
BLOCK.
Hold the workpiece in position and install the PUSH
BLOCK by sliding it on top of the AUXILIARY
FENCE/WORK SUPPORf (This May Raise Guard).
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Narrow strips thicker than the Auxiliary Fence/Work
Support may enter the guard and strike the baffle.
CAREFULLY raise guard only enough to clear the
workpiece. Use PUSH BLOCK to complete cut.
WARNING: TO avoid injury from blade contact,never thru saw rip cuts narrower than I/2 In. wlde.
BAFFLE
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RESAWING
RESAWING is known as 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 inch . _t will be
necessary to remove the blade guard.., and use the
AUXILIARY FENCE/WORK SUPPORT (See "Work
Helpers").
Clamp it to the table so that the work piece will SLIDE
EASILY but not TILT or MOVE SIDEWAYS without
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 block of wood between the
bottom edge of the table and the "C" clamp.
OF WOOD
WARNING: For your own safety...
!. Do not "Back Up" (reverse _eedtng) while
resawlng becausethis could cause akickback.
2. Make first pass to a depth slightly more than
one-half the width of the board; keep the same
face of the board against fence for the second
pass.
3. install blade guard immediately upon comple-
tion of the resawing operation.
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CUTT|NG PANELS
When cutting panels (whenever fence is positioned
outside of table surfacet, ALWAYS use the AUX-
ILIARY PANEL/WORK SUPPORT.
1. Unlock fence and raise rear end.
2. Position AUXILIARY FENCE/WORK SUPPORT
as shown and attach it with two "C" clamps.
AUXILIARY PANEL/
_._WORK SUPPORT
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USING FEATHERBOARDS FOR
NON-THRU SAWING
Featherboards are not employed during non thru-
sawing operations when using the miter gauge.
Use featherboards for all other non "thru-sawing"
operations (when sawbtade guard must be
removed_. Featherboards are used to keep the work
in contact with the fence and table as shown, an_ to
stop kickbacks.
Add 7-1/2 inch high flat 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 support
workpiece until cut is complete, and the workpiece
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has been pushed completely past the cutter
(sawblade. dado head molding head. etc.) with a
pushstick, as in ripp,ng.
Before starting the operation (switch 'OFF" and
cutter below table surface):
(a) Install featherboards so they exert pressure on
the workpiece: be positive they are secure• and
(b) Make sure by trial that the featherboards will
stop a kickback if one should occur
Replace the sawblade guard as soon as the non
thru-sawing operation is complete
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RABBETING
RABBET!NG is known as cutting out a section of the
corner of a piece of material, across an end or atong
an edge.
To make a RABBET requires cuts which do not go ai!
the way through the material Therefore the blade
guard must be removed.
1. Remove blade guard.
2. For rabbeting along an edge (long way of work-
piece) as shown, add facing to rip fence approxi-
mately as high as the workpiece is wide. Adjust
rip fence and blade to required dimensions; then
make first cut with board fiat 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 rip
type operations, including feather boards and
push stick, etc.
3. For rabbeting across an end, for workpiece 10-
1/2': and narrower make the rabbet cut with the
board fiat on the table. Using the miter gauge
fitted with a facing, follow the same procedures
and instructions for cross cutting making succes-
sive 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.
IWARNING: For your own safety, Install blade I
guard immediately upon _mpletlon of rabbeting I
operation.
Rabbet cuts can also be made in one pass of the
workpiece over the cutter using the dado head or mold-
ing head.
RA
FIRST CUT
I SECOND CUT
RABBETING ALONG
THE EDGE
/
/
RABBETING
ACROSS THE END
PLOUGHING AND MOLDING
PLOUGHING is grooving with the grain the long
way of the workpiece, using the fence. USE feather-
boards and push sticks as required.
PLOUGHING
MOLDING is shaping the workpiece with the grain
the long way of the workpiece, using the fence. Use
featherboards and push sticks as required,
MOLDING
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DADOING
Instructions for operating the Dado Head are contained
in bookiel furnished with the Dado Head.
The arbor on the saw. is only long enough so that the
widest cut that can be made is 13/16" wide.
It is not necessary to install the outside loose collar
before screwing onthe arbor nut. Make sure the arbor
nut is tight.
Always use Dado insert Listed Under Recommended
Accessories.
When using the Dado Head, it will be necessary to
remove the Blade Guard and Spreader, USE CAU-
TION. USE MITER GAUGE. FENCE, FEATHER-
BOARDS OR PUSH STICKS AS REQUIRED,
j WARNING: For your own safely, always repJace J
the blade, guard and spreader when yeu are I
finished dadoing.
MOLDING CUTTING
Instructions for operating the MoWing Head are con-
tained in a booklet furnished with the Molding Head.
Always use the Molding Inset1 listed under Recom-
mended Accessories.
When using the Molding Head it will be necessary to
remove the Blade Guard and Spreader. USE CAU-
TION. USE MITER GAUGE FENCE, FEATHER-
BOARDS, OR PUSH STICKS, etc., AS REQUIRED.
IWARNING: For your own safety, always repJace I
the blade guard and spreader when you are fin- Iished molding.
J _J
® ®
it, ,
LOOSE COLLAR-----_j _4
]ii SAWARBORIt
J !t!
REMO ESAWBLAOEAND/ti
INSTALL DADO HEAD
BACK OF SAW
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ADJUSTMENTS
WARNING: For your ewn safety, turn switch
"OFF" and remove plug from power source outlet
before making any adjustments.
LOCK KNOB
MITER GAUGE
NOTE: The s!ots for the stop pin and the graduations
are manufactured to very close tolerances which
provide accuracy for average woodworking, tn some
cases where extreme accuracy is required, when
STO P
PIN
INDICATOR
BLOCK
making angle cuts, for example, make a trial cut and
then recheck it.
If necessary, the miter gauge head can be swiveled
slightly to compensate for any inaccuracy.
1. Loosen the "knob" and pull "stop pin" OUT.
2. Swivel the head., position it at "0" .. push the
stop pin IN... lock the handle.
3. The HEAD should be square with the Bar and the
pointer should point to "0". Readjust the pointer
if necessary,
4. If the head is not square with the bar, adjustments
are required.
A. Loosen the "knob" (1) and the "two screws"
(2).
B. Position the HEAD square with the BAR using
a combination square.
C. PUSH the STOP PIN into the slot in the head at
"0"... push the pin into the slot and twist it.
Lock the knob.
D. Recheck with the square. If the head is still not
square, loosen the screws (2) and readjust the
INDICATOR BLOCK.
E. With the head square with the bar and the pin
pushed into the slot adjust the pointer (3) to
point to "0".
F. The miter gauge head must rest on top of the
HEELING ADJUSTMENT or
PARALLELISM OF SAWBLADE
TO MITER GAUGE GROOVE
-'\ I _4
'--.\ETaNS' _i J <:::_-
1/8 I CREW
WRENCH 2-_
bar without being able to move up and down
•. yet it must swivel freely.
G. The swiveling movement of the head can be
adjusted by tightening or loosening the set-
screw (4) ... using the 1/8 in. Hex "L" wrench.
NOTE: The setscrew is located inside of the
head. To reach it, swivel the head to 60
degrees and turn the miter gauge upside
down.
WARNING: The blade must be parallel to the
miter gauge groove. Misaligned blades could
bind on workpiece. Workpiece could suddenly
kickback. You could be cut or hit,
While cutting, the matedal must move in a straight line
PARALLEL to the SAWBLADE...therefore, both the _/__.4
miter gauge GROOVE and the RIP FENCE must be
PARALLEL to the SAWBLADE.
If the sawblade IS NOT parallel to the miter gauge
groove, the blade will bind at one end of the cut. (This
is known as "HEEUNG").
To check for parallelism:
i.....o:,o, i
make sure switch Is "OFF" and plug is not con-
nected to power source outlet.
53
1. Raise blade all the way up...raise blade guard.
2. Make an "X" on one of the teeth which is SET (bent)
to the LEFT.
3.Placetheheadof a combinationsquarein the
GROOVE..adjustbladeof square sothat it just
touches the t1p of the MARKED tooth.
4. Move square to REAR, rotate blade to see if
MARKED tooth again touches blade of square.
5, If tooth touchessquareat FRONT and REAR .
sawblade is PARALLEL to MITER GAUGE
GROOVE
ii,r
6. If tooth does nottouch the same amount.. _the
mechanism underneath must be adjusted to
make the blade PARALLEL to GROOVE.
A. Rear trunnion must be moved TOWARD the
combination square if there is a space between
marked tooth and end of square in step 4.
B. Rear trunnion must be moved AWAY from the
square if marked tooth pushes square out of
position in the groove.
VIEWED FROM RF_.AROF SAW
7. Loosen all threescrews that hold the rear trunnion
and all three screws that hold the front trunnion.
NOTE: All six screws can be reached through
back of saw. Use a 9/16 in. wrench. To reach
left-hand front trunmon screw, tilt blade to 45°
After loosening screws reposition blade at 90°.
REAR-TRUNNION
T
A_GHT-HAND CENTER (BEHIND HERE)
/(BEHIND HERE) \
FRONT-TRUNNION SCREWS
8. Using a wood block and mallet as shown, move
rear trunnion to right or left as required to real ign
the blade. If, necessary, shift front trunnion _n
similar manner; but do NOT move front trunnion
unless necessary Recheck the alignment with
thesquare, then securely retighten all six trunn ion
screws.
EDGE OFTRUNNION
CLAW HAMMER
/WOOD BLOCK
f
PLACE BLOCK HERE
-- OR HERE
REAR OF SAW EDGe: OF
CRADLE
$4
BLADE TmLT, OR SQUARENESS OF
BLADE TO TABLE
When the bevel pointer is pointing directly to the "0"
mark on the bevel scaie, the sawblade should make a
SQUARE cut 90° to the table.
90° POSiTiON
To check for SQUARENESS:
WARNING: For your own _fe_y, turn switch
"OFF" arid remove p_ug from power $o_rce out=
_et°
1. Raise blade aii the way UP..oraise blade guard.
2. TILT blade a few degrees to the LEFT_.nowtilt blade
back to the RIGHT as far as it will go.
3. Place the square against the blade. Make sure
square is not touching the TiP of one of the saw
TEETH.
4. Operate the tilt-lock handle (COUNTER-
CLOCKWISE) to loosen the titt ctamp screw.
5. NOTE: Handle is spring loaded for engagement
with screw head - must be pushed inward for
disengagement whenever necessary to obtain a
new grip on screw head.
"_ SCREW
LOCK HANDLE
6. Rotate tilt handwheel CLOCKWISE a few turns
to tilt blade. Now rotate handwheel
COUNTERCLOCKWISE until it stops. Blade
should now be square with table and pointer
should point to "0".
If otade s SQUARE to table
A. Check pointer
F POINTER DOES NOT point to the "0" mark on the
oevel scale;
A. Remove Elevation Handwheet.
B. Loosen screw and adjust 13ointer . . .using
medium screwdriver.
C. Install Elevation Handwheet POINTER AT
"0" POSITION
ADJUS-FtN
SCREW
55
If blade is NOT SQUARE to table.. _the g0° stop
screw must be ADJUSTED.
A. Unscrew 90°STOP SCREW three to four turns
using 3/16 in. Hex "L" wrench.
B. Turn tilt handwheel clockwise one turn, then turn
handwheel counterclockwise until blade is square
with table.
C. Screw 90° stop screw IN until it stops .. check
once again for squareness and readjust screw, if
necessary.
/
/
/
90°
_TOPSCREW
450 POSITION
TILT blade to LEFT as far as it will go.
A. Place an ACCURATE square against blade.
Make sure square is not touching the TIP of
one of the saw TEETH.
If blade is 45°to table;
A. Check pointer.
|
It POINTER DOES NOT point to the 45°mark on the
scale; -_
A. Remove Elevation Handwheel.
B. Loosen two screws on scale and adjust scale
until POINTER points to 45° mark. "\.
C. Install Elevation Handwheel \SCALE /
ADJUSTING
SCREW
If blade is NOT 45°TO TABLE... STOP SCR EWand
SCALE must be ADJUSTED.
1. Unscrew 45 °STOP SCREW three to four turns
using 3/16 in. setscrew wrench.
2. Turn tilt handwheel until blade is45 ° tothetable. /
/
3, Screw 45°stop screw IN until it stops., check
once again and readjust screw, if necessary. /
/
/
\
$6
4. Loosen two screws on scale and adjust scale
until POINTER points to 45 ° mark.
5. install Elevation Handwhee!.
-_ ADJUST NG/I
....... i SII CREW
...SCALE _ / /
TnLT MECHANISM
The handwheet should turn freely without binding.
The turning action can be adjusted by tightening or
loosening the screws in the bearing retainer.
NOTE: Tilt Handwheel must be removed to adjust.
When adjusting the screws in the bearing retainer,
hold the nut inside using a 3/8 in. wrench.
_ ADJUST THESE
TWO SCREWS
TILT HANDWHEEL
/
SET SCREW
MAINTENANCE
I WARNING: For your own safety, turn switch I
"OFF"and remove plug from power source outlet h
before maintaining or lubricating your saw.
Do not allow sawdust to accumulate inside the saw.
Frequently blow out any dust that may accumulate
inside the saw cabinet and the motor.
Frequently clean your cutting tools with Craftsman Gum
and Pitch Remover.
A coat of furniture type wax applied to the table wi]l help
to keep the surface clean and allow workpieces to slide
more freely.
If the power cord is worn or cut. or damaged in any way,
have it replaced immediately
Make sure the teeth of the ANTI-KICKBACK pawls are
always sharp. To sharpen:
1. Remove blade guard.
2. Rotate pawl toward rear of spreader so that teeth are
above top of spreader.
3. Hold spreader with left hand and place pawl over
corner of workbench,
4. Using asmall round file (Smooth Out) sharpen the
teeth.
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LUBRiCATiON
The following parts should De oiled occasionally
with SAE No. 20 or No. 30 engine oil.
1. Tilt screwthreads and pivot nut. (First Clean with
Craftsman Gum & Pitch Remover.)
2. Elevation screw threads and pivot nut, (First
Clean with Craftsman Gum & Pitch Remover.)
3. Cradle bearing points.
4. Bearing points in guard assembly, miter gauge
5. Grease bearing and bearing retainer behind bevel
hand crank.
i
GUARD i,
MITER GAUGE
FENCE
BEAR ING POINTS
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SEARS RECOMMENDS THE FOLLOWING
ACCESSORIES
ITEM CAT. NO,
Caster Set ....................................................... 9-22221
Caster Set ....................................................... 9-22222
7In, Molding Head Set ............................. See Catalog
8in. Dado-(Sears Best] ........................... See Catalog
MoldingiDado insert for 7 In. Dia.
Molding or Dado Head ................................ 9-29997
Molding/Dado Insert for 8 In. Dia.
Molding olr Dado Head ................................ 9-22287
Work Light .......................................... See Catalog
Safety Goggles ......................................... See Catalog
ITEM CAT. NO.
7 in. Dia. 16 Tooth Adj. Dado ................... See Catalog
7 In_ Dia. 24 Tooth Adj. Dado ................ See Catalog
7 In. Dia. 32 Tooth adj, Dado .......... See Catalog
7 In. Dia. Dado Heae .............................. See Catalog
Sanding Wheel 1[0Inch Dta ............... See Catalog
Miter Gauge Stop Rods ........................... 9-29924
Miter Gauge Hold-Down Clamp ................. 9-29928
Taper Jig ................................................ See Catalog
Universal Jig ............................................. See Catalog
Power Tool Know How Handbock ................. 9-29117
IW&RNING: Use only accessories recommended for this saw. Using other I
accessories may be dangerous. t
"i i,
58
TROUBLE SHOOTING
IWARNING: Fcr your own safety, turn switch "OFF" and aJways remove plug from power
sour_ o_le_ before troub_eshc_ilng.
TROUBLE SHOOTING -- GENERAL
TROUBLE
Excessive vibration.
Cannot make square
Cut when crosscutting.
Cut binds, burns or
stalls motor when
ripping.
Cut not true at 90 °
or 45 ° positions.
Tilt and elevating
handwheem turn hard.
PROBABLE CAUSE
1. Blade out of balance.
1. Miter gauge not adjusted
properly.
1. Dull blade or improper
tooth set.
2, 8lade is Heeling.
3. Warped board.
4. Rip fence not parallel
to blade.
5. Spreader out of
alignment
1. Stop screws not properly
adjusted
1. Sawdust on threads of tilt
screw or elevating screw.
2. Bearing retainers
to tight.
REMEDY
1. Discard Blade and use a different blade,
1. See "Adjustments" section "Miter Gauge,"
1. Sharpen or replace blade.
2. See "Adjustments" section, "Heeling Adjustment.
3. Make sure concave or hollow side is facing
"down," feed slowly,
4. See "Assembly" section, "Aligning Rip Fence"
5. See "Assembly" section, "Installing
Blade Guard."
1, See "'Adjustments" section, "Blade Tilt, or
"Squareness of Blade to Table.'"
1. See "Maintenance and Lubrication" section.
2. See "Maintenance" section
"Tilt and Elevation Mechanism."
TROUBLE SHOOTING -- MOTOR
NOTE: Motors used on wood-working tools are particularly
susceptible to the accumulation of sawdust and wood chips
and should be blown out or "vacuumed" frequently to
prevent interference with normal motor ventilation.
TROUBLE
Excessivenoise.
Motor fails to devegop
full power. (Power
output of motor decreases
rapidly with decrease in
voltage at motor terminals.
For example, a reduction
of 10% in voltage causes
a reduction of 19% in
maximum power output
of which the motor is
capable, while areduction
of 20% in voltage causes
a reduction of 36% in
maximum power output.)
PROBABLE CAUSE
1. Motor.
1. Circuit overloaded with
lights, appliances and
other motors.
2. Undersize wires or circuit
too long.
3. General overloading of
power company
facilities. (In some
sections of the
country, demand for
electrical power may
exceed the capacity
of existing generating
and distribution systems,)
4. Incorrect fuses or circuit
breakers in power line.
REMEDY
1. Have motor checked by qualified service
technician. Repair service is available at
your nearest Sears store.
1. Do not use other appliances or motors on
same circuit when using the saw,
2. Increase wire sizes, or reduce length of wiring.
See "Motor Specification and Electrical
Requirements" section.
3. Request a voltage check from the power company.
4. Install correct fuses or circuit breakers.
59
TROUBLE SHOOTING-- MOTOR (Continued)
TROUBLE
moWrwillnot
oper_e.
t
Motor _alls
i
PROBABLE CAUSE
1. Low voltage.
2. Windings burned out
oropen.
3, Staffing switch not
operating.
1. Motor overloaded.
2 Improper coo rig. (Air
circu la_ion restricted
through motor due to
sawdust, accumulating
inside of saw).
1. Burned switch contacts
(due to extended
hold-in periods caused
by low line voltage, etc.)
2, Shorted capacitor
(when equipped}
3. Loose or broken
connections.
1. Starting switch not
(resulting in blown operating.
fvses or tripped , 2. Voltage too low to perm it
circuit breakers), motor to reach operating
speed.
3. Fuses orcircuit breakers
do not have sufficient
capacity.
Frequent opening of 1. Motor overloaded.
fuses or circuit 2. Fuses or circuit breakers
breakers, do not have sufficient
capacity,
3. Starting switch not
operating (motor does
not reach speed).
REMEDY
1. Request voltage check from the power company.
2. Have motor repaired or replaced.
3. Have motor repaired.
1. Feed work slower into blade.
2. Clean out sawdust to provide normal air
circulation through motor.
See "Maintenance and Lubrication" section.
1. Have switch replaced and request a voltage cheek
from the power company.
2. Test capacitor and replace If defective.
3. Have wiring checked and repaired.
t, Have switch replaced.
2. Request voltage check from the power company,
3. Install proper size fuses or circuit breakers.
1. Feed work slower into blade,
2. Install proper size fuses or circuit breakers.
3. Have switch replaced.
NOTES
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PARTS LiST FOR CRAFTSMAN 10 iNCH TABLE SAW
MODEL NO. 113.298843
FIGURE 3 -- RIP FENCE ASSEMBLY
Key IFtrait
No. No. Description
162942
2 62945
362775
49404336
5 62941
6423567
7 62946
8 STD600805
I
9 62528
10 62529
11 62531
12 62944
13 508112
Handle, Assembly Fence
Shoe
Indicator
Screw, Pan Cross Type "T"
4-40 x 1/4
Head, Fence
Screw, Sems 3/8-16 x 1/2
Channel, Assembly Fence
*Screw, Pan Cross Type "T"
8-32 x 1/2
Spring, Fence Lock
[Lock, Rear Fence
Roller, Rear Fence
Rod, Fence Lock
Spring, Head Alignment
(Includes Key #16)
Key Part
No. No. Description
14 STD551210
15 STD611005
16 62532
17 62129
18 818311
19 STD601105
20 STD502502
21 62130
22 62131
23 62132
24 62943
25 62940
*Lookwasher, External No. 10
*Screw, Hex Head Type "A"
10-16 x 1/2
Pad, Alignment
Shaft Assembly
Mount, Micro Adjust
Screw, Pn. Cr. Type "T"
10-32 x 1/2
*Screw, Hex Soc. Cup Pt. Set
1/4-20 x 1/4
Bushing, Fence Adj. Shaft
Spring, Fence Adj. Shaft
Knob, Fence Adjusting
Nut, Adjustment
Cam
*Standard Hardware Item-May be purchased locally.
PARTS LiST FOR CRAFTSMAN 10 iNCH TABLE SAW
MODEL NO. 113.298843
14
9 9
FIGURE 4
+ 9-29929 MATER GAUGE ASSEMBLY
NO.
11
12
13
Part
No. Description
62693
62692
STD551031
37893
STD510803
135
37895
37896
9417295
62230
STD541231
62225
62383
60288
Plug, button
Knob, Miter Gauge
(includes Key No. 1)
*Washer, 21/64 x 1 x 1/16
Gauge, Miter
*Screw, Pan Hd. 8-32 x 5/16
indicator
Block, Miter Gauge Indicator
Pin, Miter Gauge Stop
*Screw, Pan Hd.,
w/Lockwasher, 8-32 x 5/8
Rod Assembly, Miter Gauge
, Consistingofltems 11, 12, 13
Nut, Hex., 5/16-18
Stud, Clamp
Stud, Pivot
Screw, Locking Set
1/4-20 × 3/8
11 I
4 $ 1
F_GURE 5 -GUARD ASSEMBLY
Key Pa_
No. No.
1 60208
2 62391
362395
4 62389
5 62390
6 STD551025
7 62520
8 62396
9 62580
10 62410
11 STD571810
12 62519
Description
Nut, Push
Pin, 1f4x 1-1/2"
Support, Guard
Guard, Saw
Pin, 1/4 x 1-3/4"
Washer, 17/64 x 5/8 x !/16"
Spacer, Pawl
Pawl
Spreader, Assembly Blade
Pin, 1/4x 1"
Pin, Roll, 3/16 x 15/16"
Spring, Pawl
Standard Hardware Item - Ma_ Be Purchased Locally.
67
PARTS LiST FOR CRAFTSMAN 10 IHCH TABLE SAW
MODEL NO. 113.298843
NO,
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
10
11
12
6
RGURE 6 -ON/OFF POWER OUTLET
Part
No.
62466
ST0511103
STD551210
STD541010
818317
60290
STD600603
9-22255
STD601105
61086
818305
62484
60267
63467
Description
,Bracket, Housing
Screw, Pan Hd.
10-32 x 3/8"
*Lockwasher, External No. 10
*Nut. Hex, 10-32 × 3/8
Box. Switch
Washer. 3/4 x 1 x 1/64"
*Screw, Pan Hd. 6-32 x 3/8"
1"Key,Switch
*Screw, Pan Hd. Type "T"
10-32 x 1/2"
Relief, Strain
Cord
Cord with Plug
Switch. Locking
Cap, Insulator
Key
No.
1
2
3
!
L
3 4 5
2
6 2--
54
\
v_ ¸_- 7
_-8
FIGURE 7 - LEGS
4
5
6
7
8
Ps_
NO.
..... =
805589-5
819441
62554
STD551225
STD541025
62553
STD541237
803835-1
Descdptton
Screw Serrated Truss Hd
1/4-20 x 1/2
Leg
Stiffener Side
* Lockwasher, Ext. 1/4
* Nut. Hex 1/4-20
Stiffener. End
* Nut, Hex 3/8-16
Foot, Leveling
HARDWARE FOR ATTACHING LEGS TO SAW
9 STD523112 *Screw, Hex Hd. 5/16-18 x 1-1/,_
10 STD551031 "Washer. 11/32 x 11/!6 x 1t16
11 STD551131 * Lockwasher, Ext. 5/16
12 STD541231 * Nut, Hex 5/16-18
*Standard Hardware Items-May be Purchased Locally,
tStock item-May be secured through the Hardware
Department of most Sears retail stores.
O8
PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN 10 INCH TABLE SAW
MODEL NO. 113.298843
4
\
4S6 3 2
/
REAR GUIDE BAR (REF)
5
\
FRONT GUIDE BAR (REF)
FIGURE 8 _TABLE EXTENSIONS
Key IPad
No. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
62947
STD541231
STD55123t
STD523107
STD551031
818308
82539
STD523112
Description
Extension, Table 12 x 27
* Nut, Hex 5/16-18
* Lockwasher, External 5/18
* Screw Hex Head 5/16-18 x 3/4
i * Washer, 21/64 x 5/8 x 1/16
!Bracket
Spacer, Fence Guide Bar
i* Screw, Hex Head 5/16-18
x 1-1/4
* Standard Hardware Items- May be purchased locally.
69
NOTES
70
NOTES
71
SERVICE
MODEL NO.
113.298843
HOW TO ORDER
REPAIR PARTS
iF YOU NEED
REPAIR SERVICE
OR PARTS:
For Repair Service, Call this
Toll Free Number:
1-800-4-REPAIR
(1-800-473-7247)
For replacement parts informa-
tion and ordering, call this toil
free number:
1-800-FON-PART
(1-800-366-7278)
10 INCH TABLE SAW
Now that you have purchased your 10-inch tabae saw,
should a need ever exist for repair parts or service,
simply contact any Sears Service Center and most
Sears, Roebuck and Co. stores. Be sure to provide all
pertinent facts when 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 right-
hand side of the base.
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GtVE
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
PART NUMBER PART DESCRIPTION
MODEL NUMBER
1! 3.298843
NAME OF ITEM
Contractors
10 Inch Table Saw
Al! parts listed may be ordered from any Sears Service
Center and most Sears stores, if the parts you need
are not stocked locally, your o rderwill be electronically
transmitted to a Sears Repair Parts Distribution Cen-
ter for handling.
ii i1,1 ..... =u i
Sold by SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., Hoffman Estates, tL. 60179 UoS.A.
Part No. SP5624 Form No. SP5624-4 Printed in US.A. 2/95

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