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P T L A TY...A Y
3 MINUTES of required reading for the home Crafts_
man ..... whether this is your first purchase or you're
an old hand=at power tools,
YOU'VE JUST BOUGHT A QUALITY SEARS TOOL,
designed to give yOU many years of top performance
and trouble4ree operation, It's also designed with
safe_ in mind, pertaining you to use the too_ without
concern so long as ceRain basic rules are obseP<ed.
We'd like to ca!l paRiculer attention to some of the
more impotent rules to re!low for maximum enioy-
ment of your Sears power tools,
1, REAB THE INSTRUCTION
MANUAL.....
co_pletely, accura_e[y
Pay specie;i:a_entien to safety pre_
cautioes ao:d use dsafely features
5. WEARSAFETYOLASSES
Safety g!asses _r eye shields are
recemmeoded for a/_ power reel
o_e_ations,
& DON'TEXGEEOTHE LIMITS
OFTHEPOWER TOOL
A_usi_;_ the power tooi by doing
ejury to the operator, Watch espe_
cially _he sizes of the work and
feed ra_e.
2: INSPECTTHE POWER TOOL
THOROUGHLY
Set up the machine accordiog to in
s_ructions Make certain all parts
a_e inciuded.
& USE PROPER ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS
M_ke certainproperre!rage_110 o_
220} isused.USE kGROUND WIRE;
ANB ASU!TABLEPLUG, IFREQUIRED
Check fusng requirements of the
too_ ,aseutli_edin f;heinstruction
manu_l
Ge_ i_ the habit of tumi_g off the
tool 'when _oL inuse
10, KEEP SPECTATORSAWAY
Curiosity and ioterest oR the par_
of the family is fi_e,, _u_ avoid in,
specfions when the power tool is
runnin_
3. FOLLOWOPERATING
INSTRUCTIONSCAREFULLY
[hey have beee developed _e i;m
sure correct procedure and pro
uen! accideots
7_OOUBLE-CHEOKNOLO[NO
FIXTURES
Lock all c!amps _ ght[y,
Spi_ pa_ts by ha_d to Check aoa!os_
miaatigs_ent or touse_ess before
l_r_ing e_ !Joel
4. ORESS;PROPERLYFOR THE:
WORKSHOP
Ge_ fi;d of loose cloth%, roii up
sleeves {or fasten securely}, remove
your tie, wear a s_gofitI[eg shop
apron,
8, KEEPCO_!NG TOOLSSHARP
Make certain blades, @ilia, c_tte_&
etc are i_ top shape, Ouii _oo!s
can cause _eugh cats_ excessive
chppi_g, .a_d ac:cideets
M. SAFETYGUAROS
Accessory safety guarda are avak_.
ab!e for most _oels Use of these
g_ards is highly_ecommended
Keepprotectivecaps On ends of
exposedrotating shdts
12.AVOIOAWKWARO HARO
POSITIONS
any cutting to_l
ASSEMBLING AND ADJUSTING YOUR SAW
MOTOR, AND BELT SPECJFiCATi|ONS
] Motor, A generobusoge type motor of }/2 horsepower,
i725 rpm is recommended for operating this bond SOw.
2. Motor DHve PuJJey'_ This motor equipped with the
supp!]ed 2-inch diameter pulley will produce a S_Wi
arbor speed o_ approximately 640 rpm, This speed is
recommended for general use with wood and materials
of simi!ar eutt{ng nature,
3:, Specie| P#i{eys, Should you purchase a pulley of dlf-
ferent diameter for spedat use_.be sure to sto_e that it
shouJd be for a ]/24nch V-belt. The shaft diameter of
the motor must also be provided,
4, Serf, A 1/2 x43dnch V-belt is supplied wlth your band
sow and wi!l accommodate most opplicotions_ Should
you require ospecial bah, measure around the outside
of both motor and saw puileys (not in policy grooves)
w_th a steel tape measure
NOTE: The motor position must be estab,
tshed before for belt length
5, Circuit £to_ectioa, For proteetioe of the power supply
circuit, it is recommended thorn !5 ampere, fuse be
installed n the iine to the saw Use o "Fustot', 'Tusetran"
or similar slow,-blow _pe fuses
CAUTION: Be sure to ground the saw frame
to a cow water pipe, or other effective
ASSEMBLING YOUR SAW
tn order to prevent damage during shipment, certain RaMs
were disassemb!ed from the saw, These ports o{e listed
below, and shou!d be accounted for before d{scarding any
of the packing material (Refer to the exploded drowlng,
figure 5 for index numbers,}
1_ Sow blade (86),
2 Tobie and mounting bracket assembly consisting of the
following items: m [email protected]_ !0ok n_t 801
3_
a. Blade _h_ust relier {3£) i [hrust bearie£
b. Lewe saw i_ide holle£ busli_g (43).
i54i. 0, Saw=!lida pie (4b,
c Hex 163i. pTrunnion support
dPlain washer (54L b_acka_ 45).
aTrue_fi0n (52L qTruani0_ I45,
f, Table (83) t. Nachnescrew-5i1618x
I, Rex nut........5/15,18(321, 3/4 in,= re,and Phil head
b Math se sc_e,_,,- wth 10ck,washer {69L
5 1548_1 in (84). re, Guidehelder stlt {Ill
i Table insert i58). L Tru_=eie_ 10ok screw 1%1.
jPartier178) u%t scre_'-......]i4_20_1/4
k Machine screw- i_ slotted he_t t40
No 132xi 4 in v @pet sawl_,,lde
[OU_r_I }_e_d {77L haler 1381
I. Table Iill IICI handle I.?£L _, LeveIinl scre_ (57).
Bag of miscellaneous small pots contesting of tle fol-
a. RoaMed screw (85L
b. tax mst_5/!51S (32L
c No× 'wre_eb=-5/32 i1.(76)
I, lacbi_e SCr'eW--,rb/IY,:I[8 X
i_, hex.head, wth leek
_sber 47),
e. Threaded s_ud (551.
5'15 im (85}.
4, ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE.
(See figure 5 for index numbnrsQ
a, Remove 'the four cover retaining knobs (1) and slide
the cover (2) off the studs, (See figure _,,)
CAUTION: Unscrew the leveling screw (67,
figure 5)_ until the end & flesh with the back
slde of trunnion support bracket (46),
bPiece the _o mountieg brits (47) in the two hales
of the trunnion support bracket (_)oed mount the
table(83) end trunnion support bracket (46) to the
f:rome (82) os shown in: figure 2._Leave: these two
bolts (47) _eose enough to allow the eetbe assembly
to be shifted.
c, _nsert the threaded stud (65), through _eve_in,g screw
(67) _nd thread it to bo_om of tapped hole in the
frame,
d, Piece the lock washer (66), over the _tud (651 and
_tort the hex nut (132) on the stud Tighten the nut
u_ a seug fit, Tighten the two meuetieg bobs (47) to
snug fiL
e, Tit the table so the 90 ° stop screw(84) is resting
on the truen_on support bracket (46), Lock the table
(83) in this position with the tQb_e tiff lock handle (79)
as shown in figure ]
f, Drop the upper sow guide assembly (37') until b_ade
guard clears the whoa!, (See note in figure 5for items
that make up the upper saw guide, (37), Pull the
blade cam handle (35) down to release the upper
_dler wheel (7},
g install the saw blade (with teeth pointing down and
away from the saw blade guides), Apply tension to
the blade by pushing the blade tension cam handl÷
(35) upward_
h, Revalue the whoa!s, with tensioned Made in piece,
two or three fuji turns_ Refer to paragraph under
"Adiustments" , "T_acking '°.
i, With on accurate _uare, resting on the table surface
and to back edge air blade, square the table (83) and
support br'_cke_ assembly with the sow blade by
adjusting the lauding screw (67) in or eu)
i. Lock _he screw(67} in place wlth the h÷× out (32)
Finish tightening the _0 mounting barfs (47),
k. Recheck for propersquareness of table to s_w btade
and make any corrections that might be aeces_Fy
J Correct the squareness af table to side ef blade (if
necessary), by adjus_ieg the stop screw (84), (See
figure 2.}
m_ Place the keurled screw (85_ in the saw slot of tome
(83, figure 5_)
n, Before replacing the cover _ssembJy (2), check the
biade for "Tension" end "TrackMg" as expi_ieed in
the following paragraph entiHed
I $TALLATIO
Three holes have been p_ovided to :secure the saw _o, the
bench There are two holes in the front foot on the ouiside
of the sow The rear foot has only one hole, which is _cces-
sible from inside the cev'er,
The motor may be iest'aI_ed either behind or below the saw
A!l of the i_ems Iisted in this maie paragraph should be
checked and corrected when _ecessary in order to insure
proper operation of the sow,,
1, Te_slom Proper' tensioe for a[[ biades recommended
for use with this sow is o buihoin feature and _0 further
o#eetioe is required,
2, Trecki_g_ The upper and lower wheels (58, end 7, fig°
ure 5) must operate in, the some vertical p!_e, This has
been estob!ished when the sow was assembled _t the
factory, if, due to rough hand_ing during shipment, the
lower wheel has become misoligned, the proper a!igno
meet may be accomplished as fe|iows:
a After installing the sow blade, and rotating the wheels
few turns, place o strolgh_ edge across the two
wheels, (See figure 3)
ST_AiG HTE_E
CORAC iNCORReCT
AIL _G _ME _ t AJ. IG _E N
Figure 3
4
b_ if whoa& are in correct alignmenh the straight edge
wi!Jcontactthewheels at fourpoints,A, B,C and D.
c if: any misdignment e×ists, loosen the set screw (57,
figure 5) in the _ower wheat and, with the straight_
edge contacting points C and Doe the _awet whee!_
adiust it in: or out until the straightedge contacts points
A and B of the _piper whee!_
d. if only one point A or B is contacted, odivstthe se!f_
Iock_ng blade a$igement screw (19) to ti!t the upper
wheel until aS[ four paints are in coetoct,
e_ After proper allgnmeet has been accomplished,
tighten the set screw (571 to secure the iower wheat
on _hearbor shaft (60)_
NOTE: If a _/8-inch w_dth blade is used,
the alignment screw (19) will require 'further
3_ Guldes Sow guide ossembUesare provided both above
and betow the table in order _o support the blade against
[Qtera! thrust end direct thrust_ The _pper saw guide
assembly must operate so the distance from the back
of the saw blade to the thrust roller remains the same
throughout the entire up and down movement of the
b_
C_
d_
if on adjustment is nee:essay, remove the, cover and
turn the upper saw guide bar adiusting _rew_ e_ther
in ar out as required (See flgo_e 4_)When adjus_
meet is completed !ock the adjusting _rew lack nut'
to maintain the adjusiment,
Adjust the sow guide assemblies so the latera! :saw
guides (whoa adjusted) wili coetact the Blade oe the
solid potion only, not on the teeth or valleys behveen
teeth_ (See figure 20 This is accomplished by loosen,.
ing the sew guide assembly adiusfieg screws and
moving the saw guide assemblies, forward or' back-
ward as required.. Whoa the adjustment is correct,
Jack the saw guide assemblies in position
Set the lateral saw guides us close as possible to
the blade without binding the blade ot any point
or deflecting it sidewise. Lock the set screws securing
the lateral saw guides when the adjustment is correct
The blade thrust ro,!!ers shouid be set the thkkness
of a piece of newspaper from the back edge of the
e_
blade,(See figure 4.) Using ascrewdriver, turn the
the bearing hoJder in or' o_t until @e roller is ie
correct position, The blade should to_ch these rollers
oe!y when cu_ing, not whee saw is ru_ning ffee_
The above odjustme_:ts should result i_ afree running
saw b!_de when no c_#ing operofioes are being
g_
h_
The table should be square with the blade and, at
the some time, the po#tter should indicate :zero on
the scaJe_ if a correctloe is necessary, it may be made
by piecing an accurate _uare an the table surface
and against the s_w blade_ (See figure 2_) Adjust
the 90 a stop screw untl] the adjustment is correct,
The te:bJe tilt poieter may now be reodiusted to the
zero mark on thescale by loosening the screw which
hoids the pointer to the sow. (See figure 1_)
After comp!eting a!! adiustme_ts on the s_w, check:
tar'el:oily by turning the mechanism by hand several
revolutions before operating the sow with power
NOT_: After a few hours of operation,
tlghte_ aH pulley set screws.
OPERATION
, Co_tre_so The operator should become familiar w_th aH
cont_o!s before operating the: saw_ A _i_!e time spent i:n
this effort wilt protect the saw and insure operational
sofe_ (See figures 2 and 4_)
a. The t_b|e 'Jilt |ock he,die _ lacks the tobie in any
position with the saw blade from 90 ° to 45°,
b_ The t_bie tilt p_inter _ indicates the table angle on
@e caiibrated trunnion _ale
c, The blade g_ides _ back up the blade far both
[otera! and direct thrust,
d_ The b,l_e g_ide eieveti_ |ock k:_eb _ controls
the upper assembly in relation to tobie surface for
various work piece thicknesses,
e. The blade _[ig_e_ s_ew _ provides _ means af
tihing the upper wheel for correct saw blade tracking
5
The blede tensie_ cam - (35, figure 5) provides a
quick and easy meaes _or changing saw b4ades, Pull
the cam handle down to re!ease the upper wheel and
loosen the saw biode_ Push the cam handte up to
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2_ Open,flag Pr'e_ed_e,
a. Hold the work piece firmly against the table surface
during at! cutting operations.
b_ Do not farce the work against the blade beyond the
cu#ing capacity of the bJade_ as it will produce ex_
treme difiicul? in folbwing the pa_em layout.
3_ 5efety D_i_g Operetie_,
CAU_|ON_ Always disconnect i_put cable
from power supply when adjusting the sow,.
from one working poslt_on to another
a. A)wayssettheupperModeguideandguardasclose
tatheworkaspassibletokeepbladebreakagetoe
mnimumandprotecttheoperotor_
b Always stop the _w before moving the blade guide.
4_ Operatlng Accessories The foHowlng accessories ore
ovailobie for this bond sow.
o_ Rip fence,
b M_ter gage
c. Sto_speed converter_ This accessory may be quickly
o#oched to your sow to make available proper oper
ofieg speeds for wood or metes cuHingo Any o{ these
items may be purchased from your nearest Sears
Retait Store er Cata_eg_Order House_
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Blade Care,Severoi common causes of bond sow blade
breakage ere described in the {allowing paragraphs
A frequent check of saw ediustments end care exerc&ed
in operation wilt reword you with grea_ly increased
blade life and service_.
a,,
b_
e_
d,
Failure to bring the upperguide assembly dewe dose
to the work piece eiiows distortion of the Mode which
encourages breakage,
Excessive feed pressure causes the blade to ride hard
on the thrust _oliers, producing crocking end even°
tud breakage A du!I blade, or one that has been
impropeHy set or sharpened will require much g_eater
feed pressure then o good, sharp_ property set Mode.
ff the lateral guides ore set too dose _o the Made
end rubbing censtontty_ or causing biede deflection_
the blade life and service are shortened coesiderebly,
Both of the guides and biedes will be, damaged if
_he gu4des touch _he teeth rather than the smooth
sides of _he biede,
e_ A poor weld where the blade e_ds ore ioined, or e
we_d that s improperly dressed leaving ebump, is
often the cause of short b_ode life,
f_
g,
if the b!ade is allowed to rust, either on the saw or
in storage, the resuhont piff_eg may be :severeenough
to produce breakage Oi! el!Modes before s_odng;
wipe off the oi_ before installing them on the sow_
Finally, one of the most common causes of: Mode
dlfficuI? is the proctlce of cutting too sharp oradius,
3_
or _urn_ng the work piece too fast when cu#ing o
rodlus_ thus binding or twisting the b,lade_
h_ The fd_owlng table shews the approximate m_nimum:
d_ameters which should be cut with various width
blades:
BLADE WJDTH M1NJMUM D!AMETER
1/8 1/2
/4 2
3/8 3
1/2 5
Lubricatlon 'i
A special double row bah bearing, buih into the drive
shaH, end two single row be!l bootlegs in the idler
wheel hove been packed with iubHcont and sealed at
the foctory_ They require no further ottentiom
The btode thrust rollers should be lubricated occasionally.
(See figure 2, for locations of these roJiers,)Other mew
i_g and sJlding ports such as the guide sllde bo_ (]5,
figure 5)' and table trunnlons (5:2 and 45) may require
occasional _ubricetion to maintain smooth eperatlom
CJe_nJiness The sow should be kept dean and free
of occumuJated sow dust and other foreign moterla!.
To prevent the tobie from rusting, _t shou!d be kept
covered with o film of Sears ' Step Rust" when not _n
use Thls coating may be readily removed with acloth
before using the sow_ Many other unpainted (or um
plated) areas may also be protected against rust wlth
Sears _'Stop-Rust,"
TROUBL
T_OUBLE
Blade moves back and forth
when running_
SHOOTING
P_OBJABLE CAUSE
No_ track_ng preperly,
Wheel tires come off, Excessive speed_
Con net make true 90 °and Stop pin out of odius_ment,
45 ° cuts.
Can not make 90 ° cut ofte_ Upper and lower s_w guide pins (one set
previous odiustmeet has been above and one below) are out o_ line
made, with each ether,
Table assembty loose, Loese mounting bohs_
Excessive blade, breakage _. Twisting of bJ_de_
_, Im_re_er odiu#ment of side guides.
3_ Cutting of metal moterlals,
CHA T
_£MEDY
1, Adiust tilt of upper wheel with screwdriver,
2, Make sure lower wheat is i_ line with
upper wheel, use straightedge
Mok:e sure proper motor and pulley size ere
being used_
Reoad[ust, using combination square seffing
on table end against blade,
Back off d[ four pins (with blade under ten-
s,ion_ reoed[ust each pin untll it lust clears side
of sow blade and retlghten)_
Check bobs holding trunnlon and table to
frame,
J_ Cu#ing too smell o radius.
_. Reodiust as previeusjy outlined.
3, Speed reducer and metaJ cutting Made
necessary_
PARTS LLST FOR CRAFTSMAN BAND SAW
124NCH, MODEL NO. 113.24261
1
56
Figure 5
69 73
WHEN ORDERING REPAtR PARTS, ALWAYS GiVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS SHOWN
ON THIS L,_ST:
Key IB
No. I
2
3
4
5
6
7 I
8
9
12 I
13
;4
1. THE PART NUMBER 3. THE MODEL NUMBER-113.2426,1
2. THE PART NAME 4. THE NAME OF _TEM-]2qNCH BAND SAW
Always order by Part Number- not by Key Number
P'a_rt
Na_
41638
4;510
418;5
387;6
41711
4'1818:
4;312
41812
41624
41728
940,7635
1345:5;
; 81042
4; 530
Knob
Cove_"Assembly
Tire
Ring_ Re_ein_ng
Wosher_ Spring
Beo_ing, Ball
Wheel, Idler
Ring, Reta_nlngi
Stud, Cover _ Left
Guard
*Screw, Math,, 1/4_20 x 3/8,
Bind Hd,. S_o#ed H&
_Nut, He×,, 1/4_20
_Screw, HeadSess,. ;/4_20 x ;/2,
S_a#ed
Stud A.ssy_,Cover _ Uppe_ Right
Key
No.
15
16
17
18
19
20
2]
22
23
24
25
26
27'
:2:8
Par_
No,
416;7
41632
38782
60140
38524
41101
425340
4] 723
4; 722
4; 637
41426
41631
4'1822
12:0393
8or, Sow Guide
Bo!t, Shoulder
Washer, Spring
*Wos_er, PIa_n, 29/64 i_D. × 3/40.D_
x16Go,
Screw, Self:-Locking
Fulcrum ASsy., Upper Whee!
_Screw, Math, 5/; 6-; 8 x ;,-!/4,
He×. Hd,,, w/_nt. Toat_ L/washer
Bracket, Tensioner S_de
8r_cke_, Tensioner Sv_pa_t
Bracket, Upper Whee! Soppor_
Rod, Upper Wheel Guide
Spring
_W_sher, Plain, 11/32 LD.
7
;Key
iNo,
29
30
3;1
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
5;0
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
PaN
No,
137654
41725
41823
134556,
60141
41816
4172:4
_142
411107
453568
]8232
142620
41636
41429
41635
9407608
41150
41433
425:338
60143
175519
41616
41621
41417
41106
41428
4t 636
38831
102582
4t 311
*Screw, Mac:h_ 5/1648 × 5ol/2,
S$o#ed Rd, H&
Spacer, Blade Tensioner
*Nut, Hexo, 5/16 18
*Washer, Piain, I 1/32 I.D:.x
1-1/16 O.D_ x 1/1:6,
Spring, Guide Bar Tension
Cam_ Blade Tension
*Washer. P_ein, 29/64 LD, ×
1_1/80,D, x 20 Ga_
Guide Assembly, Upper
Ball_ 7/32 Din.
Rol(er, B(ade Thrust
*Screw, Set, t/4°.20 x 1/4_ Slotted
Pi_ Saw Guide
Holder_ Upper Saw Guide
Bushing, Thrust BeoHag
*Screw, Mech. No_ 10_24 × 3/8,
Bind H&
Trunnion
Bracket, Trunnion Support
*Screw_ Math. 5/16-18x 1,
He×, Hd. w/inf, Tooth L/washer
*Wosher, Plain, 17/64 LD. x
19/32 O_D,x 18 Ga
Screw, Thread Cutting,
1/4o20 x 1_1/4, FJo't Hd_
Stud, Guide Hdder
Screw, Trunelon Lock
Trunnion
Guide Assy. Lower
He!dot, Lower Saw Guide
Pin, 5aw Guide
Key, Square
*Screw, 5at, 5/16-18 x ]/2,
Socket Hal,. Cup Pt.
Whee$, Lower
* Standard Hordware item- May be purchased $ocdly_
Key
No,
59
60
6,1
62
63
64
65;
66
67
68
69
70 I
71
72
73;
75
76 }
77
78
79
80'
81
82
83
84
85
86
8:7
88
**Siock Item- may be secured 'through the Hardware Department
Cota_og Order Houses,
PeN
No.
37952
41819
41625
106751
179319
60144
41639
120214
41642
3:84!6
9414972
412:118
41715
38450
1i15321
60145
19325:7
18922
38:414
38417 /
41720
69000
41217
109165
38794
41716
60146
62023
69001
*Screw, Moch,, 1/4-20 x 3/8,
Sle#ed Truss Hd_
Beefing
Stud, Cover _ Lower Right
Key, Woodruff No. _6
_Nut, Hex_, 3/8-24
*Wosher, P_ain, 25/64 LD_x
3/40.D° × 1/8
Stud,, Threaded
Washer, Lock, Med,_ 5/16 &A,E, Sfl_
5crew, Leve_ing
Insert, Table
*Si_rew, Mach, 5/16 x: 18 x 3/4,
Cross Recess:Truss. Hd,,, wiJnt_
Tooth Ltwosher
Foot, Rear
Screw, Mac;h, 5;/16o,18 x 3/4,
Hex, Hd,, wiE×t Tooth L/washer
Feet, Front
Ring, Retaining
**PulJey, 5_ O_D. x 1/2 V_Groove x 518
Bore, Keyed, (w/Set Screw)
_Screw, 5e_, 5/16o 18 × 5/I &
Socket Hd, Cup ?t.
*Wrench, Hex, 5:/32
*Screw, Mi_h', NO' 8:-32 x 1/4,
SJoffed Pan Hd,
Pointer
Handle, Tobie Tilt Lock
Nut, Trunnion Lock
Knob and Stud A,ssembJy
Fr'eme
Table
*Bolt, Moch_, 5/i6o18 × 1, Sq, H&
Screw, KnuHed
_OCt**B_ode, Band Saw (1/4 x 8 Long)
Belt Vee
lnstructlons and Ports List
of most Sears or 5impsons-Seors Retail Stores ar
CRAFTSMAN BENCH POWER
TOOL :GUA_NTEE
We guarantee oH Craf:tsman Band Saws to be free from
defects in materio! and workmanship,, When properly used,
cored for and malntained, we w_ll repSace or repair at our
optien end i_s_ali without cost to you_ for a period of one (1)
year from dote o_ sale, any part which proves, upon our
exomi_alions, to be defedive under normal use, This guo_-
ontee doesn't apply to Band Saws, used _n renta_ service,
Form Nee 28619_2 8
ASSEMBLY, OPERATING |NSTRUCTIONS
AND PARTS L_ST FOR
CRAFTSMAN 12 |NCH BAND SAW
MODEL NUMBER 1|3024261
The mode_ number w_It be found on a plate attached to your saw, on
the back cover.Always mention this mode_ number when communicating
with us regarding your Band Saw or when ordering parts.
read the instructions pravlded, the slmpie
safety precautions and you wiH have many hours af satisfactory
use flare your new Craftsman toot_
HOW TO ORDER REPA|R PARTS
AI_ parts Hsted here_n may be ordered through SEARS,, ROEBUCK AND
CO, at SIMPSONS-SEARS L_MITED, When ordering parts by moi_ from
the cata!og order house which serves the territory in which you: live,
selting prices will be furnished on request or parts will be shipped at
prevailing prices and you will be billed accordingly.
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS G_VE THE FOLLOW_NG
INFORMATION AS SHOWN _N THIS LIST:
]_ The PART NUMBER
2. The PART NAME
3_ The MODEL NUMBER 113,2426]
4_ The NAME of item _ BAND SAW
COAST TO COAST NAT|ON_W|DE_
SERV|CE FROM SEARS
FOR YOUR CRAiFTSMAN BAND SAW
SEARS_ ROEBUCK AND CO. and
SIMPSONS-SEARS LIMITED in Canada
back up your investment with quick,
expert mechanical service and genu-
ine CRAFTSMAN replacement ports,
if and when you need repairs or serw
_ce, call on us to protect your invest°
ment in th_s fine piece of: eqgipment.
SEARS, RO EBUCKAN D COo°U° S° A°
JN CANADAt $_MPSON$oSEAR$ LtIMIT_D
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