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Save This Manual For Future Reference Sears owners manual MODEL NO . 113.199200 SAW ONLY 113.199250 SAW WITH LEGS Serial Number Model and serial number may be found at the front of the base . You should record both CRRFTSMRN model and serial number in a safe place for future use . IO - INCH CAUTION : RADIAL SAW Read GENERAL and ADDITIONAL • assembly SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS • operating carefully • repair parts Sold by SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . , Chicago , IL . 60684 U . S . A . Part No . 63888 Printed in U . S . A .
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FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN RADIAL SAW If within one year from the date of purchase , this Craftsman Radial Saw fails due to a defect in material or workmanship , Sears will repair it , free of charge . WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY SIMPLY CONTACTING THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER / DEPARTMENT THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES . THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY WHILE THIS PRODUCT IS IN USE IN THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may have other rights which vary from state to state . SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . DEPT . , 698 / 731A Sears Tower , Chicago , IL 60684 general safety instructions for power tools 1 . KNOW YOUR POWER TOOL Read and understand the owner's manual and labels protectors ( plugs or muffs ) during extended periods of operation . affixed to the tool . Learn _ ts applications and limitations as welt as the specific potentiaI hazards peculiar to this 13 . SECURE WORK tool . Use clamps or a vise to hold wo _ k when practical . It's 2 . GROUND ALLTOOLS safer than usingvour hand , frees both hands to operate lhis toot s equipped with an approved 3 - conductor tool cord and + 3 - prong grounding type plug to fit the 14 . DON'T OVERREACH proper grounding type receptacle . The green conductor Keep proper footing and balance at all times . ill [ he cord is the grounding wire . Never connect the greerl wire ' , o a live terminal , 15 . MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE 3 . KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest performance . Follow instructions for lubricating and hr workirrg order , and in proper adjustment and changing accessorms . alignment . 4 . REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS 16 . DISCONNECT TOOLS AND WRENCHES before servicing ; when changing accessories such as blades , bits , cutters , etc . Form habt _ of checking lo see that keys and adjusting wrerrches are removed from tool before turning it on , 17 . AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING 5 . KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN Make sure switch is in " OFF " position before plugging Cluttered ) reas arid benches invite accidents . Floor in . must not b + _ slippery due to wax ot sawdust 18 . USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES 6 . AVOID DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT Consult the owner's maoual for recommended Don't use power tools in damp or wet locations or accessories . Follow the irrstructions that accompany expose them to rain . Keep work area well lighted . the accessories . The use of irrrproper accessories may Provide adequate surrounding work space . cause hazards . 7 . KEEP CHILDREN AWAY 19 . NEVER STAND ON TOOL Al ! visitors should be kept a safe distance from work Serious irrjury could occur if the tool is tipped or if the area cutting tool is accidentally contacted . 8 . MAKE WORKSHOP KID - PROOF Do not store materials above or near the tool such that with padlocks , master switches , or by remowng it _ snecessary to stand on the tool to reach them . starter keyf 20 . CHECK DAMAGED PARTS 9 . DON'T FORCE TOOL Before further use of the tool , a guard or other part that It will do lhe job better and safer at the rate for which is damaged should be calefully checkecl to ensure that it it was designed wi ! l operate properly and perform its intended function 10 . USE RIGHT TOOL Check for alignment of moving parts , bindirlgof moving Don't forc _ tool or attachment to do a job it was not parts , breakage of parts , mounting , and any other designed for . conditions that may , affect its operation . A guard or 11 . WEAR PROPER APPAREL other part that is damaged should be properly repaired Do not wear loose clothing , gloves , neckties or jewelry or replaced . ( rings , wrmt watches ) to get caught in moving parts . Nonslip footwear is recommended . Wear protective 21 . DIRECTION OF FEED hair covering to contain long hair . Roll long sleeves Feed work into a blade or cutter against the direction above the _ ' lbow . of rotation of the blade or cutter only . 12 . USE SAFETY GOGGLES ( Head Protection } 22 . NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING Wear Safety goggles ( must comply with ANSI Z87 . 1 ) UNATTENDED at all times . Everyday eyeglasses only have impact Turn power off . Don't leave loci urrti + ; t comes to a resistant lenses , they are NOT safety glasses . Also , use complete stop . face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty , and ear
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additional safety instructions for radial saws CAUTION : Always disconnect the power cord before Before starting work , verify that no play exists removing the guard , changing the cutting tool , changing the between the cohJmn & column support , Or m the can ! age , and that arm , yoke , and bevel locks / clamps set - up or making adjustments . Shut off motor before are tight . performing layout work on the saw table . A large proportion of saw accidents is caused by use WARNING : DO NOT CONNECT POWER CORD UNTIL of the w _ ong type blade , dull , badly set , improperly THE FOLLOWING STEPS HAVE BEEN sharpened cutting tools , by gum or resh ] adhering to SATISFACTORI LY COMPLETED : cutting tools , and by sawblade misalignment I . Assembly and alignment . out - of - parallel with the fence . Such conditions can II . Examinatior and operating familiarity with ON - OFF cause the material to stick , jam ( stall the saw ) or switch , elevation control , yoke index and lock bevel " KICKBACK " at the operator , NEVER ATTEMPT index and lock , carriage lock , guard clamp screw , TO FREE A STALLED SAW BLADE WITHOUT spreader and ant ! kickback device , and miter index and FIRST TURNING THE SAW " OFF " . If the lock . sawblade [ s stalled or jammed , shut saw " OFF " . Ill , Review and Jnderstanding of al ! Safety Instructions and remove workpiece , and check sawblade squareness to Operating P _ ocedures thru - out manual . table surface and to the fence , and check for heel . INSTALLATION Adjust as indicated . - CAUTION : DO NOT cycle the motor switch " ' ON " 1 . Set carriage lock before moving the saw . and " OFF " rapidly , as this might cause the sawblade 2 . Bolt the saw to the floor if it tends to slip , walk , or to loosen . In the event this should ever occur , allow slide during normal operation . the saw blade to come to a complete stop and 3 . Mount the saw so the table is approximately 39 " above re - tighten the arbor nut normally , not excessively . the froor . - Do not leave a long board unsupported so the spring 4 . Mount the saw so the arm slopes slightly " downward to of the board causes it to shift on the table . Provide the rear so the carriage will not roll forward due to proper support for the workpiece , based on ts size gravity . and the type of operation to be performed . Hold the 5 . If you attach any kind of table extensions over 24 " work firmly against the fence . wide to either end of the saw , make sure you either bolt Never use a length stop on the free end or edge of the the saw to the bench or floor as appropriate , or support workpiece whether crosscutting or ripping . Neve _ the outer end of the extension from the bench or floor , hang onto or touch the free end of workpieee when as appropriate . crosscutting , or a free piece that is cut off while MINIMIZE ACCIDENT POTENTIAL power is " ON " and / or the saw blade is rotating , tn short , the cut - off piece m any " thru - sawing " Most accidents are caused by FAILURE TQ FOLLOW operation must never be confined it must be setup and operahng instructions : allowed to move laterally . ( A ) GENERAL - Make sure your fingers do not contact the terminals - - Avoid awkward hand positions , where a sudden slip when installing or removing the plug to or from a live could ca use a hand to move into a sawblade or other power source . cutting tool . Never reach in back of or around the Never climb on the saw , or climb near the saw when cutt = ng tool with either hand to hold down the workpiece , or for any other reason DO NOT place power is " ON " . Never leave the saw with power fingers or hands in the path of the sawblade " ON " , or before the cutting tool has come to a complete stop . Lock the motor switch and put away - - Never saw , dado , mold , or rabbet unless [ he proper the key when leaving the saw . guard ( complete with all its parts ) is installed and set - Do not use any blade or other cutting tool marked Lip as instructed for an operating speed lower than 3450 RPM . Never NOTE THE FOLLOWING DANGER LABELS WHICH use a cutting tool larger in diameter than the diameter APPEAR ON THE FRONTOFTHEYOKEANDGUARD : for which the saw was designed . For greatest safety - I and efficiency when ripping , use the maximum diameter blade for which tbe saw is designed , since I _ _ _ UNDERS _ A _ OWN [ B S MAN AL _ [ F _ [ £ Pt R _ { _ _ % 1 HIN l _ JU RY O O ur _ der these conditions the spreader is nearest the 2 WLA _ _ A _ I _ OG _ L _ S NOT F _ D KF _ P _ A _ DS { 11JTOFPAIH OfSAP / 9L , _ D [ blade . 6 _ V _ K _ A _ H AROU _ O IH { SAW B [ _ O [ 7 DANGER i Never turn your saw " ON " before clearing the table _ FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY : TO AVO $ D i _ p [ ( _ OPEaATIO _ or work surface of all objects ( tools , scraps of wood , t _ 6S RVICING etc . ) except the workpiece and reated feed or Ifany parl of this radialsaw _ s missu _ g or should support devices for the operation planned . break , b ( , nd or fail m any way , or any electrical DO NOT perform layout , assembly , or setup work on component fail to perform properly shot off power the table while the cutting tool is rotating . switch rib , move cord from power supply and replace Never perform any operation " FREE HAND " . This damaged missmg and / or failed parts before term means feeding the sawblade into the workpiece resuminq operation or feeding the workpiece into the sawblade or other IF YOUR SAW MAKES AN UNFAMILIAR NOISE OR IF cutting tool without using the fence or some other IT VIBRATES EXCESSIVELY CEASE OPERATING device which prevents rotation or twisting of the gVIMEDIATELY UNTIL THE SOURCE HAS BEEN workpiece during the operation . Never " RIP " in the LOCATED AND THE PROBLEM CORRECTED crosscut position . Never make a miter cut with the WARNING : ALWAYS KEEP ALERT . DO NOT arm in the 90 ° crosscut position . ALLOW FAMILIARITY ( GAINED FROM Never lower a revolving cutting tool into the table or FREQUENT USE OF YOUR SAW ) TO CAUSE A a workpiece w thout first locking the Carriagu Lock CARELESS MISTAKE ALWAYS REMEMBER Knob . Release the knob only after graspng the Yoke THATA CARELESS FRACTION OFASECONDIS Handle . Otherwise the cutting tool may grab the SUFFICIENT TO INFLICT SEVERE INJURY workpiece and be propelled toward yo _
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additional safety instructions for radial saws - - The sawblade , dado , or other cutting tool must be 12 . DO NOT pull theworkpiecethroughthesawblade - removed from the saw arbor before using the position your body at the nose ( in - feed ) side of the accessory shaft ( rear end of the saw motor ) . NEVER guard : start and complete the cut from that same operate the saw with cutting tools ( including sanding side This will require added table support for long accessories ) installed on both ends of the saw arbor . or wide workpieces that extend beyond the length or width of the saw table . - Do not use fences made of chipboard - use 3 / 4 " virgin lumber only , extending in one piece from end 13 . Plastic and composition ( like hardboard ) materials to end of the saw table . may be cut on your saw . However , since these are ( B ) RIPPING usually quite hard and slippery , the antikickback pawls may not stop a kickback . Ripping is cutting with the grain or the long way of the board - it is performed by pushing the workpiece Therefore , rip with the finished side down ( next to along the fence and thru the sawblade ( sawblade the table ) and be especially attentive to following parallel to the fence ) . proper set - up and cutting procedures . Do not stand , or permit anyone else to stand , in line with a 1 . Never apply the feed force to the section of the potential kickback . workpiece that will become the cut - off ( free ) piece . Feed force when ripping must always be applied 14 . When sawing 1 / 4 " or thinner materials , follow all between the saw blade and the fence . . . use a normal ripping procedures except set sawblade into " PUSH STICK " ( see pg . 26 ) for narrow or short table top at least 1 / 8 " . DO NOT let go of or stop work . feeding the workpiece between the blade and fence 2 . Whenever possible , use the in - rip position - this until you have pushed it completely past the antikickback pawls . Otherwise the workpiece could provides minimum obstruction for feeding by hand get into the back of the sawblade and be thrown or push stick as appropriate . violently from the saw in the direction opposite to 3 . Do not release the workpiece before operation is the feed direction . This is the same action that complete - - push the workpiece all the way past the would occur if the instructions of the DANGER rear ( outfeed or exit ) of the sawblade . warning on the guard is aborted . Do not stand , or 4 . Make sure by trial before starting the cut that the permit anyone else to stand , in line with the path of antikickback pawls will stop a kickback once it has a workpiece that may be thrown from the saw in this started . Keep points of pawls SHARP ! manner . 5 . Use a push stick when ripping short ( under 12 15 . Position the saw so neither you , a helper , or a inches ) or narrow ( under 6 inches wide ) workpieces . casual observer is forced to stand in line with the 6 . CAUTION : Never reposition the Guard or sawblade . antikickback with power " ON " . 16 , Use extra care when ripping wood that has a 7 . A " KICKBACK " occurs during a rip - type operation twisted grain or is twisted or bowed - - it may rock when a part or al ! of the workpiece is thrown back on the table and / or pinch the sawblade . violently toward the operator . It can occur when the workpiece closes in on the rear ( outfeed side ) of 17 . Shaping of wood with a dado head or a molding the sawblade ( pinching ) , binds between the fence head can be performed " top - side " ( cutting tool and the sawblade ( heel ) , or is grabbed by the basically vertical and employing sawblade guard ) , sawbtade teeth ( wrong - way feed ) at the outfeed or " edge " ( saw arbor vertical - - cutting tool side . " PINCHING " is generally avoided by horizontal - - and employing the Accessory molding utilization of the spreader , and a sharp sawblade of head guard ) . the correct type for the workpiece being cut . Ploughing " HEEL " can be avoided by maintaining the ( Grooving with the grain ) , sawblade exactly parallel to the fence . Grabbing by the sawblade teeth can be caused by heel or by Top side rabbeting , feeding from the wrong direction ( see " DANGER " warning on guard ) - - it can be avoided by Top side molding maintaining parallelism of sawblade to fence , ( shaping ) . . . . . . feeding into the sawblade from the nose of the guard only , by positioning the spreader and resawing , gaining , coving , with the grain , are antikickback properly , and keeping the workpiece examples of rip - type cuts . The same basic setup down on the table and against the fence . procedures including rotation of the guard and 8 . Position the nose of the guard to just clear the adjusting and positioning of the AKB / Spreader workp _ ece , and position / adjust the antikickback device as for in - rip or out - rip cutting , apply . and spreader devices as instructed . However , since none of these operations involve thru - sawing ( sawing through the workpiece ) , there 9 . NEVER cut more than one piece at a time by is no kerf . Therefore the spreader and AKB pawls stacking workpieces vertically . can only be lowered to a position where the 10 . NEVER feed a workpiece thru the saw with another spreader just clears the workpiece . piece ( butting second piece against trailing edge of CAUTION : The AKB / Spreader " device will not piece being cut ) , even if of the same thickness . Feed stop a kickback in this position , but will act as a each workpiece individually thru the sawblade , and holddown and as a guard of the out - feed side of completely beyond the sawblade , before ripping the the sawblade . next workpiece . Use push stick if the rip cut is less than 6 " wide . 18 . For rip or rip - type cuts , the following end of a 11 . NEVER use another person as a substitute for a workprece to which a push stick or push board is table extension , or as additional support for a applied must be square ( perpindicular to the fence ) in order that feed pressure applied to theworkpiece workpiece that is longer or wider than the basic saw by the push stick or block does not cause the table , or to assist in feeding or supporting or pulling workpiece to come away from the fence , and the workpiece . possibly cause a kickback .
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19 . Duringripandriptypecuts , theworkpiecme ustbe 2 . Never operate this saw when equipped 9vith a dado helddownonthetableandagainstthefencewitha head or molding head unless the mc ) lding head push stick , push block , or featherboards . A guard is installed see listing of recommended featherboard is made of solid lumber per sketch . accessories . The only exception is when " ' tOP side " 24 " - - _ l dadoing or molding , when the sawblade guaid must be used . See detaited instructions that . accompaey _ z the dado head , molding head , and molding head 5 / ' 16 " APART guard . 3 . The use of grinding wheels , abrasive or cut - off wheels , or wire wheels , can be dangerous and is not recommended . ( Abrasive or cut off wheels are used ( C ) CROSSCUTTING to saw many different materials including metals , 1 . ALWAYS RETURN THE CARRIAGE TO THE stone , and gla _ s . ) FULL REARWARD POSITION AT CONCLUSION OF EACH CROSSCUT TYPE OPERATION . Never 4 . Drill Chuck : Do not install or use any twist drill remove your hand from the Yoke Handle unless the larger than 1 / 2 - inch in dia . , or longer than 7 inches carriage is in this position . Otherwise the cutting in length or ex . tending more than 6 inches beyond tool ma _ , climb up on the workpiece and be the chuck jaws . Do not install or use any reduced propelled toward you . shank drill except of the spade type ( 1 inch dia . or smaller ) . " Use for drilling WOOD and PLASTIC 2 . Place guard in horizontal position and adjust only . " antikickback pawls to just clear the top of the fence NOTE : Do not overtighten arbor nut . Use arbor wrenches or workpiece , whichever is higher . This provides to just " snug " it . additional guarding . 3 . NEVER gang crosscut - lining up more than one WEAR YOUR workpiece in froJ3t of the fence - stacked vertically , or horizontally outward on the table - and then pulling saw thru : the blade could pick up one or more pieces and cause a binding or loss of controt and possible iniury . 4 . Do not position the Arm so the operation you are performing permits the cutting too ! to extend beyond the edges of the Table . 5 . Top - side dadoing or molding across the grain are examples of crosscut - type cuts . The same basic The operation of any power tool can result in foreign procedures including positioning of the objects being thrown into the eyes , which can result in AKB / Spreader device as for crosscutting , apply . severe eye damage . Always wear safety goggles complying ( D ) ACCESSORIES with ANSI Z87 . 1 ( shown on Package ) before commencing 1 . Use only recommended accessories as listed qn page power tool operation . Safety Goggles are available at Sears 34 . retail or catalog stores . HAZARD OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK . electrical connections PARTICULARLY WHEN USED IN DAMP LOCATIONS IN PROXIMITY TO PLUMBING . IF AN POWER SUPPLY ELECTRICAL SHOCK OCCURS THERE IS THE 1 . Motor Specifications POTENTIAL OF A SECONDARY HAZARD SUCH AS The A - C motor used in this saw is a capacitor start , YOUR HANDS CONTACTING THE SAWBLADE . non - reversible type having the following specifications : IF POWER CORD IS WORN OR CUT , OR DAMAGED Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 / 240 IN ANY WAY , HAVE IT REPLACED Amperes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 / 5.5 IMMEDIATELY . Hertz ( cycles ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 If your unit is for use on less than 150 volts it has a Phase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Single plug that looks like below . RPM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3450 3 P _ Oh _ [ _ piLJ ( ; Rotation as viewed from saw blade end . . . . Clockwise CAUTION : Your saw is wired for 120V operation . Connect to a 120V , 15 - Amp . branch circuit and use a 15 - Amp . time - delay fuse or circuit breaker . If the motor is used for 240V operation , connect to a GROUNDING _ ONG 15 - Amp . branch circuit and use a 15 - Amp . dual element time - delay fuse or circuit breaker . P _ OPE £ L Y GROUt _ D _ D 3 - PR © r _ G CUlL ET This machine must be grounded while in use to protect the operator from electric shock . This power tool is equipped with a 3 - conductor cord IF YOU ARE NOT SURE THAT YOUR OUTLET IS and grounding type plug which has a grounding prong , PROPERLY GROUNDED , HAVE IT CHECKED BY A Listed by Underwriters ' Laboratories . The ground QUALI FlED ELECTRICIAN . conductor has a green jacket and is attached to the tool WARNING : DO NOT PERMIT FINGERS TO TOUCH housing at one end and to the ground prong in the attachment plug at the other end . THE TERMINALS OF PLUGS WHEN INSTALLING OR REMOVING THE PLUG TO OR FROM THE This plug requires a mating 3 - conductor grounded type OUTLET , outlet as shown . WARNING : IF NOT PROPERLY GROUNDED THIS If the outlet you are planning to use for this power tool POWER TOOL CAN INCUR THE POTENTIAL is of the two prong type DO NOT REMOVE OR
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electrical connections ALTER - FHE GROUNDING PRONG IN ANY ( 1 ) The orange - colored wire on number 6 terminal . MANNER . Use an adapter as shown and always connect ( 2 ) The brown - colored w _ re on number 5 terminal . the grounding lug to known ground . c Use the 120V power - cord plug furnished with your It it recommended that you have a qualified electrician saw . replace the TWO prong outlet with a properly grounded THREE prong outlet . An adapter as shown below is available for connecting / : \ plugs to 2 prong receptacles . The green grounding lug / ' [ " extending from the adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as to a properly grounded outlet box . " : _ ROU _ DI _ G LtJ ( _ I A _ APTE _ / r = = _ \ t I : ll R , 3 - PROb , h \ 1 ; _ 7 _ I . _ " I CON _ ECT D TO A PLLJG \ t ' _ ' i / _ ' _ + _ II Yb40 , ' ¢ N GPOtlN ) / X ' 73 : 7 " : ' - ! I _ ' * : - - " _ ' _ _ ERON - - Connections for 2407 A . C . a . The wires inside the motor terminal box must be connected as follows : NOTE : The adapter illustrated is for use only if you already have a properly grounded 2 - prong receptacle . ( 1 ) The orange colored wire on number 8 terminal . ( 2 ) The brown - colored wire on number 7 terminal , ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS b . Replace the 120V power - cord plug with a ( 3 - blade ) WARNING : CHANGES IN ELECTRICAL 240V plug , connecting the power - cord white and CONNECTIONS SHOULD BE MADE BY A black leads , respectively , to the two " hot " plug QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN . blades - - and connecting the power - cord grounding wire to the plug ground prong , 1 , Changing Motor Connections a . Under normal home workshop usage , and if proper O _ OUtqDING BLADE tq , I LONGEST OF 3 BLADE5 { full ) voltage is supplied to the motor , your saw will operate efficiently on 120V , as connected at the 240V PLUG & RECEPTACLE factory However , ifanyofthe following conditions exists , pt will be advisable for you to reconnect the motor for 240V operation - to obtain the efficiency and performance for which your saw is designed : ( 1 ) Heavy - duty operations . GROdNDED ( 2 ) Either an undersized or an overloaded branch OUTLET BOX circuit serving the saw motor . ( 3 ) Low voltage supplied by the power source , NO ADAPTER IS AVAILABLE _ OR which the power company cannot correct . fmlb TYPE PLUG b . Motor ' wiring connections for 120V ( as made at the factory ) are described below . Necessary C . Plug your saw into a 240V , 3 - blade receptacle . reconnections for 240V operation are also described d . Make certain the receptacle is connected to a 240V following . Whenever changing connections from A - C power supply through a 240V branch circuit 120V to 240V or vice - versa , make certain that all having at least a 15 - amp . capacity , and protected by necessary steps ( including proper fusing of the a 15 - amp . time - delay fuse or circuit breaker . branch circuit ) are completed . MOTOR SAFETY PROTECTION , f i _ . " . . . x NOTE : This motor should be blown out , or " ' vacuumed " , frequently to prevent sawdust interference with normal / , i , motor ventilation . / , L _ ' \ Your saw motor is equipped with a manual reset , / J \ thermal - overload protector designed to open the power - line / i _ _ _ circuit when the motor temperature exceeds a safe value . , _ _ _ i 1 PROTECT _ 2 . Connections for 1207 A . C . a . Remove nameplate cover from motor to expose terminal board . b . The w _ res inside of the motor must be connected as shown
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1 . If the pr ( > tector opens the line and stops the saw motor , 6 . Most motor troubles may be tracedi to loose or _ mmediately press the saw switch to the " ' OFF " incorrect connections , overloading , reduced input position , and allow the motor to cool . voltage ( such as small size wires in the supply circuit ) or to an overly lung supply circuit . Always check the 2 After cooling to a safe operating temperature , the connections , the load and the supply ciri : 0itTwheneverl overload protector can be closed manually by pushing the motor fails to perform satisfactorily . Check wire in the red button on the top of the motor . I1 the red sizes and lengths with the table following . button will not snap _ nto place immediately , the motor is still to , ) hot and must be allowed to cool for a while WIRE SIZES longer . In some cases this may take 20 - 30 minutes . { An The use of any extension cord will cause some loss of audible cick wil ! indicate protector is closed . ) power . To keep this to a minimum and to prevent 3 . As soon as the red button will snap into running over heating and motor burn out , use the table below to position the saw may be started and operated determine the minimum wire size ( A . W . G . ) extension cord . normally by pulling out the saw switch to the " ON " Use only 3 wire extension cords which have 3 prong position . grounding tvpe plugs and 3 - pole receptacles which accept 4 . Frequent opening of fuses or circuit breakers may result the tools plug . if motor is overloaded , or if the motor circuit is fused NOTE : For circuits of greater length , the wire size must be differently from recommendations • Overloading can increased proportionately in order to deliver ample voltage occur if you feed to rapidly or if your saw is misaligned to the saw motor . so that [ he blade heels . Do f _ ot use a fuse of greater capacity without consulting a qualified electrician . Wire Size Required Length of the ( American Wire Gauge Number ) 5 . Although the motor is designed for operation on the Conductor 240 Volt Lines 120 Volt Lines voltage and frequency specified on motor nameplate , normal loads will be handled safely on voltages not more than 10 _ & - above or below the nameplate voltage . Up to 100 feet No . 14 No . 12 Heavy loads , however , require that voltage at motor 100 feet to 200 feet No . 12 No . 8 terminals equals the voltage specified on nameplate . 200 feet to 400 feet No . 8 No . 6 LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF CONTROLS # 41TER SCALE ! I ' 4DICATO £ PIVOT L ATCII q £ M t OCK ] STNG " / HEEL TABLE CLA _ 4P RIP ] CAt I NDICArOR
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CONTENTS Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Location and FunctioH of Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 General Safety Instructions for Power Tools . . . . . . . . . 2 Basic Saw Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Additional Safety Instructions for Radial Saws . . . . . . . 3 Adjustments to Compensate fol Wear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Trouble Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Assembly and Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Maintenance and Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Recommended Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Unpacking and Preassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Alignment Procudure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . 12 Repair Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 assembly and alignment FRAMING SQUARE MUST BE TRUE C _ , _ IING A _ CU ACY Ci % _ [ ' K [ NC _ ACC [ R2 , CY OF TOOLS NEEDED PqSIDE OF _ JAR5 DLISIDF Ct OUA _ £ _ A EDCE OF FRC : _ JT I , _ 3L [ BOARDS , [ t _ * OV _ D ) @ _ : : : : : : - _ : _ Screwdriver 0xlectiu m ) k DRA ¢ ¢ LiC ; H ; LiNE Ohd \ / _ ) ? , A , ' ¢ IGHT LINE ION TABLE ALONG THiS EDC _ - - _ - [ ABLE ALONG THIS EDGE 7 / 16 - inch wrench , : # " 2 Phillips Screwdriver [ ! i 9i16dnch wrench 15 / 16 - inch wrench _ ! _ " 1 / 2 - inch wrench d _ . : _ _ 7 _ _ I ! J E _ : am er : 1 I : , _ " ! : _ _ i - : : : : , . _ : . i : : _ [ ! : , SHOLII D _ E NO GAP OR SHOULD BE _ 40 GAP OR OVERLAP HER [ _ HEb , O VE't LAP HER ¢ , _ H [ N Framing square SQb _ RE IS FLIPPED OVE _ 5 _ JAP , E 15 FLIPPE _ OVER IN DOTTED POSITION [ N LIo [ rED PO I OM Pliers Key No . Table of Loose Parts Qty . Pencil 1 Basic Saw assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 UNPACKING AND PREASSEMBLY 2 Rear table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 3 Table spacer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 WARNING : DO NOT CONNECT THE POWER CORD TO 4 Rip fence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 A SOURCE OF POWER . THIS CORD MUST REMAIN 5 Front table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 UNPLUGGED WHENEVER YOU ARE WORKING ON 6 Channel , Table Mtg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 THE SAW . 7 " 0woer ' s Manual " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Model 113.199200 Radial Saw is shipped complete in one Loose Parts Bag Part Ne . _ 3895 carton but DOES NOT INCLUDE Steel Legs . ( containing the following items ) : Rip - Scale Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Model 113.199250 Radial Saw is shipped complete in one Twin Nut ( for attaching rip scale indicator ) . 2 carton but INCLUDES Steel Legs . Machine Screw , Pan Hd . , 6 - 32 x 1 / 2 " . . . . . . 4 1 . Unpacking and Checking Contents Hex " L " Wrench , 1 / 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Separate all " loose " parts from packaging materials and Hex ' " L " Wrench , 3 / 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 check each item with " Table of Loose Parts " to make Elevation Crank Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! sure all items are accounted for , before discarding any Arbor Wrench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Shaft Wrench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 packing material . Loose Parts Bag Part No . 63894 If any parts are missing , do not attempt to assemble ( containing the following ; items ) : radial saw , plug in the power cord , or turn the switch Setscrew , cup pt . 1 / 4 - 20 × 3 / 8 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 on until the m _ ssing parts are obtained and are installed Machine Screw , Pan Hd . , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 " . . . . . 4 correctly . Washer , Steel ( Flat ) , 1 ; ' / 64 x 5 / 8 x 1 / 32 " . . 5 Nut , " Tee " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Screw , Pan Hd . 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 - 3 / 4 " . . . . . . . . . . 1 Nut , Hex 1 / 4 - 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Lockwasher , 1 / 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Table Clamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 3 4 5 * Loose Parts Bag Part No . 63796 ( containing the following items ) : Hex " L " Wrench , 1 / 8 " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Switch Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Lockwasher , 5 / 16 " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Washer , Flat11 / 32 x 7 / 8 x li16 " . . . . . . . . 4 Set Screw , Cup Pt . 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 " ' . . . . . . . . . . 1 Nut , Lock 5 / 16 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bolt , Sq . Hd . 5 / 16 - 18x3 / 4 " . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Washer , 21 / 64 x 9 / 16 x 1 / 16 " . . . . . . . . . . . 2 / Nat , He ; < 5 / 16 - 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Loose Parts Bag Part [ 1o . 63898 Cap , Arm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Trim , Arm Cap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Screw , Fiat Hd . Rec . Tvpe " T " 10 32 x 5 / 8 3 Screw , Pan Hd Rec . Type " T " 6 - 32 x 1 / 4 . . 2 8 * This bag included in Loose Parts Bag No . 63895
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Thefollowingpartsareincludewd ithMode1l 13.199250 . Key No . Table of t . oose Parts Qty . / 1 Leg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 / 2 Stiffener , L . H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2 3 Stiffener , R . H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Loose Parts Bag Part No . 63752 3 J ( containing the following items ) : 4 - Screw , Truss Hd . 1 / 4 - 20 x 5 / 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 . j ' _ % . 5 - Lockwasher , 1 / 4 External . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 _ - j - o / 5 - Loekwasher , 5 / 16 External . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 5 6 6 - Nut , Hex 1 / 4 - 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 6 - Nut , Hex Jam 5 / t6 - 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 6 - Nut , Hex 1 / 2 - 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 7 - Foot , Leveling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 8 - Screw , Hex Hd . 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 9 - Washer , 11 / 32 x 11 / 16 × 1 / 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 9 8 17 - 3 / 4 " ASSEMBLING STEEL LEGS 0 O O 0 o o o NOTE : Steel Legs are furnished with Model 113.199250 . From among the loose parts , find the following Hardware : ° n O O 0 0 0 0 40 Truss Head Screws , 1 / 4 20 x 5 / ' 8 40 Lockwashers , 1 / 4 - External STIFFENER STIFFENER 40 Hex Nuts , 1 / 4 - 20 R . H . L . H . 8 Hex Nuts . 1 / 2 - 13 4 Leveling Feet 21 - 1 / 4 " Assemble the Legs as shown . O O O O 1 . Assemble Two ( 2 ) each of right and left hand Stiffeners to the length shown using I / 4 - 20 x 5 / 8 " truss head ° l Iooool screws , Iockwashers and hex nuts . O O O O O o O 2 . Attach the four ( 4 ) legs to the Stiffeners using 1 / 4 20 STIFFENER STIFFENER screws , Iockwashers and nuts . L . H . R . H , 3 . Install leveling feet as shown . To level steel legs , loosen nut on inside of leg and turn nut on outside to raise or Iowe _ feet . Adjust all four levelers if necessary , and then tighten nuts on inside of leg . 3 2 1 3 NOTE : These levelers are not intended for height / adjustment . CAUTION : Leveling feet must be adjusted so the saw does not rock AND so that the arm slopes slightly downward to the rear so the carriage wilt not roll forward due to gravity . 3 / 7 2 I . / 2 / 1
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assembly and alignment REMOVE SKIDS FROM BASE MOUNTING SAW LEG R . H . S [ IF ENER L . F ] . ' TI _ - F [ hJ B ! f ( 1 . From amonq the loose parts , find the following hardware : l 4 Hex Head Screws , 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 8 , k 0 ooo o _ o 0 0 4 Lockwasher , 5 / 16 in . External Type x x 8 Washers , 1 ! / 32 ID 4 Hex Jam Nuts , 5 / 16 - 18 2 . Place saw orl legs so that holes in bottom of saw line up with holes marked X in top of legs . 3 . Install screws , washers and nuts as shown . If you mount th , _ saw on any other Craftsman base or flat bench , make sure Elevation Crank has proper clearance to rotate . The saw must be boli : ed down . Position saw to slope slightly rearward , so when the carriage is installed it will not roll forward due to gravity , x x , IL " v O ooo 000 o oI i HE , : FdLT ATTACH ELEVATION CRANK . Install setscrew h _ to crank . Install crank on elevation shaft . Be sure setscrew is tightened on flat of shaft . EL EVATIOIN CRANK TL ! RN CLOCKWISE ) ELEVATE ARM TO ITS MAXIMUM HEIGHT . Remove shipping block and discard . lo
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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE positivu switch is " OFF " and power cord unplugged thfu out entre p _ ocedure . REMOVE CARRIAGE STOP SCREW , LOCKWASHER AND TAG . Read and understand warning tag before discarding . HEX _ _ " - - ' L ' Wq . ENC _ SUPPLIED LOCK ARM BEFORE PROCEEDING . HOLDING CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY WITH BOTH HANDS , CAREFULLY START AND SLIDE THE CARRIAGE ONTO THE TRACKS . The assembly must be held parallel with _ the arm so that all four bearings slide smoothly onto the arm , preventing any excessive strain on bearings and track . WARNING : REINSTALL CARRIAGE STOP SCREW TO PREVENT CARRIAGE FROM ROLLING OFF ARM . Check for looseness of carriage bearings . Refer to " Adjusting Carriage Bearings " in " Adjustments to Compensate for Wear " Section . ARM CAP - _ . _ _ \ SCREW INSTALL ARM CAP AND ARM CAP TRIM WARNING : Make certain power cord is unplugged . 1 . Insert finger under end of switch lever and pull end out to the " ON " position . 2 . Place arm cap in position and install screws . VIEW OF UNDERSIDE OF MOTOR SCREW SHOWING LOCATION OF TWO 3 . Attach arm cap trim using screws . SHIPPING SCREWS 4 . Push switch to " OFF " position . REMOVE SHIPPING SCREWS FROM BOTTOM SIDE OF MOTOR AND DISCARD . Use of pliers may be necessary . V REMOVE SAW BLADE . 1 . Tighten carriage lock knob . 2 . Loosen guard clamp screw , remove guard . PULL DOWN 3 . Motor shaft has left hand threads . Hold shaft wrench TO LOOSEN and rotate arbor wrench down ( clockwise ) . 4 . Remove shaft nut , outer collar , saw blade , and inner BLADE ROTATION collar . Set aside and out of the way . 11
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assembly and alignment ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE IMPORTANT : IN ORDER TO OBTAIN MAXIMUM CUTTING [ ABLE _ 4OUNTI NG SUPPORT CHANNEL ACCURACY , THE FOLLOWING SIX STEPS \ MUST BE CAREFULLY FOLLOWED . BECOME THOROUGHLY FAMILIAR WITH THESE STEPS SO THAT YOU CAN AL WA YS MAINTAIN YOUR SAW IN PROPER ALIGNMENT . THE ACCURACY OF EACH ADJUSTMENT IS ALWAYS DEPENDENT UPON THE A CCURAC Y OF THE PRECEDING ADJUSTMENT . LOCKWABHER / After follovving the 6 step assembly and a / ignmer _ t FLAT WASHER procedure and the Basic Saw operation section refer to Trouble Shooting section if any difficulty _ s experienced when performing any sawing operation . FRO _ ' _ T STEP ONE NOTE : The following adjustment , performed properly , will MOUi _ I " RAILS USING result in the work table being parallel to the arm . THESE HOLES ATTACHING AND [ . EVELING TABLE MOUNTING SUPPORT CHANNELS . 1 . Attach table mounting support channels with four square head 5 / 16 18 x 3 / 4 screws , Iockwashers and flat washers and luts . POStTION SCREWS IN CENTER OF U , _ LOCK CHANNEL SLOTS , finger tight to permit channels to " sip " against the base when leveling . 2 . Release bevel lock lever , move bevel index lever to the left and rotate the motor to positido saw blade end of shaft down . Lock bevel lock . 3 . Unlock and hold arm control lever m index release position as shown . Position arm against left stop ( approximately 50 ° miter ) . Looser ] carriage Jock knob and position carriage directly over left hand channel . NOTE : For safety reasons in accordance with the UL standard , stops have been provided to prevent 360 ° _ otation of the radial arm . 4 . Slide the arbor wrench handle between end of motor shaft and mounting channel to act as a feeler gauge . Carefully lower the motor with elevation crank until the end of shaft is just touching the arbor wrench . The wrench should slide back and forth with only slight resistance . Ti _ hten screw " A " . NOTE : Do not change this elevation setting until both left and right hand table support channels have been ARBOR WRENCH adjusted . SCREW " _ , " 5 . Move arm and carriage to screw " B " and tighten support in the same manner . 6 . Move arm and carriage to right hand support channel and level in the same manner you adjusted the left hand support channel . 7 . Recheck both support channels to make sure that tightening _ , crews did not affect the accuracy of the adjustment 8 . Elevate saw and place motor in vertical posit _ on to provide clearance for installation of front ( work ) table . tABLE MOUNTINC SUPPORT CliANF4EL ( LEFT HAND ) SCRERV " B SCREW ' _ , " 12
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FqONT TABLE / _ \ \ ( IN dPSID £ DO , Vi _ POSITION ) HOL _ FOR IA _ LE BOTTOM SIDE , iOLD DOWN SCRE ? ¢ S 0 _ 1ABL _ T - NUT r - b _ UT ( IYPIC _ L ) \ INSTALLATION OF FRONT ( WORK ) TABLE . 1 . Place front table board upside down on a workbench of on the floor . Drive T - nqt into the bole that is not counterbored . 2 . Align the counterbored holes with matching holes in support channels . Install the five 17 / 64 inch flat washers , and four _ / _ - 20 x 1 inch Pan - Head machine screws . JList barely start the cup point set screw and the one ( 1 ) _ A 20 x 1 - 3 / 4 inch Pan Head machine screw in table center holes . 3 . Install one % Ioekwasher and Hex Nut on each of the four ( 4 ) screws in the support channels and tighten . 4 . Lay the rear table board on edge across the front table to serve as a straightedge . Sight under this straightedge to determine whether the front table board is high or low at its center . 5 . If the frorrt table is high at center , first tighten the center ( Y _ 20 x 1 - 3 / 4 inch ) hold down screw until the table is level then tighten the leveling screw until this screw issrug . If table is low at center , first tighter ] the leveling screw until the table is level then tighten the hold down screw . If table is not high o _ low , tighten leveling screw arrd center hold down screw snug . STEP TWO ADJUSTING COLUMN TUBE IN COLUMN SUPPORT NOTE : The following adjustment is very CRITICAL . All future alignment procedures rely on this adjustment being performed correctly . ALL LOOSENESS MUST BE REMOVED . 1 . Index and lock arm at 0 ° Miter . While holding the arm with one hand , hold fingers of other hand as shown , between column tube and column support . Apply gentle side pressure to the arm m opposing directions . Any side to side or rotational rrrovemen [ ( indicated by arrow ) can be felt with finger . If Ioose _ ss exists the following adjustments are r _ rquired . 13
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assembly and alignment 2 . Loosen ( 2 ) v4 20 Gib set screws on the left side at the rear of the column support . 3 . Elevate , and then lower the Arm : { a } if the column binds and elevation - is difficult loosen two 5 / 16 18 plated bolts on front side of the column support until i you achieve smooth but firm elevation . ( b ) If the B IGHPTLATE / 0 J column moves side - to - side within the column support , tighten the two 5 / 16 - 18 plated bolts until movement disappears elevation should be smooth and firm . 4 . Now tighten the 12 } ' A 20 Gib set sclews until no I noticeable rotational play exists between Column Tube and Column Support . 5 . Recheck elevation and re adjust if necessary . I I BLADE ROTATION STEP THREE SQUARING CROSS CUT TRAVEL ( CARRIAGE TRAVELS IN A STRAIGHT LINE ) . 1 Index but do not lock arm at 0 ° miter . 2 . Install saw blade as shown . Motor shaft has left hand threads . NOTE : Do not overtighten arbor nut . Use the arbor wrench to just " snug " it . A _ BOR N JT - _ _ NN _ RCOtLAR 14
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3 . Lower a'm until saw blade just clears the front table . Lock th _ yoke loci < handle ind bevel lock lever . 4 . Place a framing square on the table as shown and position the blade and square until the leg of the square just contacts a tooth of the blade . Mark this tooth . NOTE : The framing ( o _ combination ) square must be YOKE LOCK HANDI E " true " - see start of " Assembly and Alignment " section on p . 8 for checking method . BEVEL LOCK 5 . When the carriage is moved back and forth on the arm , LEVER the marked tooth should just touch the square at al ! points . If marked tooth moves into square or away TO0 TH . _ from square the following adjustments are required : a . Loosen ( 3 ) 3 / 8 16 set screws in arm latch at rear of aHqn _ HEX " L " WRENCH h . Mow _ the arm in proper direction to make marked ( SUPPLIED ) tooth folfo _ , edge of square when the saw blade is moved along arm in a " cross cut " manner . c . Lock arm latch . d . RETIGHTEN { 3 ) setscrews in arm latch as tight as possible and recheck " cross cut " travel , NOTE : This squaring of the cross cut travel will simultaneously set BOTH of the 45 ° miter index positions . \ e . Set mitur indicator on 0 ° position as shown . CLAMP 6 . Position the rip ( guide ) fence , spacer board and rear table board behind the front table board as shown . 7 . Install the two table clamps in the holes provided for them at the rear of the table mounting support channels and tighten them securely . NOTE : The life of your saw table will be lengthened considerably if you will cover the front table with a fitted piece of % inch plywood . This should be tacked in place for easy replacement . Use of such a cover will allow you to do all cutting into the cover , rather than WASHEP your table top . REAR TAB RIP FENCE SPACER FRONT TABLE 15
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assembly and alignment STEP FOUR SQUARING SAW BLADE TO ( WORK ) TABLE NOTE : If alignment procedure step one was not performed , this adjustment can not be accomplished . 1 . Place a framing square on the table with the short leg against the saw blade . Do not allow the square to rest RIP FENCE against a " set out " tooth ; it must rest flat against the blade side . 2 . If the saw blade is square with the table top ( no visible gap appears between the saw blade and square ) and no adjustment is required . Set bevel indicator to 0 ° reading . If the square does not touch the saw blade as SQUARE shown ( with square leg held firm against the table top ) , perform the following adjustments : T • _ OUA _ E _ 1 ^ _ _ 1 ! r _ U j ! ] TABLE ' A / _ O t'q O WR O N O RIGHT a . Tighten carriage lock knob . b . Remove handle cover by removing two # t0 Pan Head Screws . Remove handle by removing 5 / 16 - ! 8 socket head screw and Iockwasher . c . Loosen the four socket head screws with 1 / 4 " Hex " L ' " Wrench . Rotate motor while holding square firmly against saw blade and table top . d . Slightly tighten each of the four screws and recheck • . . Now tighten each screw tight . e . Reinstall handle and adjust indicator on 0 ° reading . f . Loosen carriage lock knob . NO . 10 PAN HD SCREW STEP FIVE LEFT HAND CARRIAGE SQUARING BLADE TO RIP ( GUIDE ) FENCE - BLADE HEEL ADJUSTMENT . NOTE : If alignment procedure steps two and four were not performed , this alignment step cannot be accomplished . Position carriage as shown and tighten carriage lock RIP FENCE knob . Place a framing square against the rip fence and the saw blade , as shown . The long leg of the square must be held firmly against both the fence and the table top , and the short leg must not touch any of the teeth on the saw blade . Check at several points of blade rotation . 2 . If the square does not touch the blade at both of the two points as shown , a heel condition exists . FENCE 1 LI _ 20 NG 16
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3 . To cotrec _ " heel " cflndit _ on proceed as follows : a . Remove left hand carriage cover . HIx tE , \ D 5CR [ vVS b . Loos _ n the yoke lock handle . c , Loosen ( slightly ) the t _ ' Jo hex - head screws . d . Rotate the yoke assembly until gap between the saw bade and square is eliminated . e . Lock yoke lock handle and retighten the two hex - head screws . f . Recheck for " heel " and install carriage cover . g . Loos [ , n carriage lock knob . NOTE : Tbs alignment procedure will simultaneously set both yoke indexing positions for blade in and out rip . LEFT SIDE C'F ICA _ RIAC2 [ VERTICAL HEEL - ADJUSTMENT 1 . With smt , , blade in 90 ° cutoff position , elevate saw and rotate motor to vertical position ( Blade Horizontal ) and check fol heel . Make sure bevel lock lever is locked . 2 . Position square perpendicular to fence and between blade and table , as shown lower arm . Do not allow the square to rest against a " set - out " tooth , it must rest flat against the blade side . If the saw blade is parallel with the table top ( no visible gap appears between the saw blade and square ) , no adjustment is required . If there i , _ a visibie gap between saw blade and square , a bevel heel condition exists and adjustment _ s required . \ a . To correct , unlock bevel lock lever , loosen the rear motor mount 3 / 8 - 16 nut until you can rotate Cam , and _ hen rotate Cam as shown until gap between saw , blade and square is eliminated . b . Tighten nut and bevel lock lever and recheck . c . Reposition motor in crosscut position . SOUAR _ \ 1 ' J 1 WRONG VlR 0 N G TABLE RIGHT { TURN CAM ( ILJRt _ C & M C ( ) L , INTER CL ( ) CK t _ ' l S _ } CLOCK'HISE ) 17
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assembly and alignment SCREW STEP SIX INSTALLING AND ADJUSTING RIP SCALE INDICATORS . NOTE : The rip scales and pointers are ntended to be used for quick settings . For greater accuracy , take direct measurement between blade and fence . a Pre - assemble ndicator and twirl nut , loosen but do not remove the two screws which attach left hand carriage cow , r . b . Tilt carriage cover and install rip indicator as shown . Tighten carriage attaching screws . TWIN NLJF c . Loosen but do not remove carnage lock knob in right hand carriage cover . Install rip indicator in the same manner . Tighten carriage attaching screws . d With thefeqce in its normal position ( next to the front table ) , loosen the yoke lock handle , pull on yoke pivot latch knob and rotate the yoke as shown to index the yoke 90 ° from the cross cut position This will locate the saw blade between the motor and the fence Lock the yoke by tightening the FENCE DNT TABLE yoke lock handle / J I REAR TABLE TABLE SPACER BOARD RIP SCALE INDICATOR Position carriage until the edge of the blade , when spun by hand , just touches the front face of the fence . The rip - scale indicator ( on the right hand side of radial arm ) should now read " ' 0 " " inches on upper portion of the blade " In - Rip ' " scale . If not , loosen screws and shift the indicator until it is aligned with the " 0 " mark , then tighten the screws . NOTE : With the saw blade and fence in the position shown , the upper portion of the blade " In - Rip " - I ° scale is used . If the fence is redocated at the extreme rear position , the lower port _ on of the blade " ' ln - R , p ' " scale would be used . CARRIAGE LOCK KNOB f . The blade " Out - Rip " scale indicator on the left hand side of the radial arm is adjusted in essentiall V the same rrlanner as the blade " In Rip " indicator , j L except the blade should be as shown . With 2 inches measured between the fence and the face of saw blade , the _ ip - scale indicator should be positioned to read 2 inches on the upper portion of the blade " Out - Rip " scale . NOTE : With the saw blade and fence in the position shown , the upper portion of the blade " Out - Rip " scale is used . If the fence is moved to rear position ( at the rear of rear table ) the lower portion of the J blade " Out Rip " scale is used . ! g . Loosen the yoke lock handle , pull on the yoke 2 " - MEASURED _ ROM FENCE pivot latch knob and return the blade to the 90 ° TO NEAREST BLADE TOOTH position . 18
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i jL • ALIGNMENT OF SPREADER FOR RIPPING . WARNING NEVER POSITION THE GUARD OR ANTI KICKBACK ASSEMBLY WITH POWER ON ; NOR POSITION ANTIKICKBACK PAWLS BY GRASPING PAWLS OR SPREADER . 2 . Install Blade Guard . a Sight ( visually ) to check for proper alignment of spreader with saw blade as shown . If the spreader is not aligned , adjust it as follows : ( 1 ) loosen two hex nuts , one on each side of spreader . ( 2 ) Rotate hex nuts with fingers until the spreader is directly in line with saw blade . HEX NUT _ i ( 3 ) T _ ghten both hex nuts firmly . ANTIKICK BACK , SPREADER ADJUSTING I / riNG SCREW 3 . Cheek and Adjust the spreader as follows : a , Loosen the antikickback spreader adjusting wing screw and with the " tab " position the antikickback and spreader assembly near the bottom of the blade and tighten . OUISIDE VIEW _ / _ V _ " INSID _ VIEW ANTIKICKBACK PAWLS FENCE LOCATIONS Position ( A ) is used for most cutoff and narrow ripping B CA operations . Position ( B ) is used for maximum width q ripping . Position ( C ) is used to achieve maximum crosscut capacity in thin work . , - - - - fi - fl J Now that you have assembled and aligned your saw , you are ready to proceed with operating controls section of this manual . Refer to trouble shooting section if saw does not perform satisfactorily or am / problems should surface after using the saw 19
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location and function of controls The versatihty of the Radial Saw is clue , M part , to _ ts controls , and these are the keys to its successful operation . , I Learn to use the controls for all operations before actually a starting to saw . A sedes of six diagrams is located on the top surface of the DEPTH OF CUT arm . Thtse designate the controls that must be used ir _ basic CARRIAGB LOCK ( ELEVATION ) I set - ups and operating procedures . You should become i familiar with these diagrams and the operating instructions that folk ) w , before operating your saw . MITER SCALE INDICATOR 2 ARM CONTROL LEV _ . R BEVEL INDEX LEVER BLADE ANGLE ( BEVELI ANGLE OF CUT IMITEB ] RIP SCALE INDICATOR , i I b 3 O N - OFF YOKE SWITCH PIVOT LATCH WITit KEY ARM LOCK USTING WHEEL BLE CLAMP o c _ GUARD CLAMP 8 SCR EW BLADE GUARD AND ANTI KICKBACKiSPR EADE R A £ SEMBLY RIP SCALE INDICATOR ELEVATION CRANK 1 \ \ 4 CARRIAGE OCK KNOB 3 LOCK HANDLE 7 ACCESSORY SHAFT ANTIKICKBACK , , SPREADER ADJUSTING SING SCREW _ o 5 BEVEL INDEX INDICATOR BEVEL LOCK LEVER 2O
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1 . Depth of Cut ( Elevation ) saw blade ( bew _ ) angle , are : beve JGck , ; l _ ver and a The diagram shows the eevation crank which is bevel - index lever , used to raise and [ owe _ the saw blade b . The bevel ; nd _ _ _ xscale indicates the angular pOS ! t _ on b . CIo ( kwise rotation ra ges the blade . . . of the motor w _ th respect to horizdntaf , fom 0 ° to couuterc ] ockwise rotatior lowers it . © he complete 90 ° in either vertical position . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ , turn of the handle wil ] _ aise or Iowe _ the saw blade c . The bevel index ] ever automatically indexes the 1 / 16 inch . motor at 0 ° , 45 ° and 90 ° Move bevel index lever to the left while positioning the blade , then re ! ease 2 . Angle of Cut ( Miter ) * r it . At any ( ) , he poslton it does not engage . Proper Indexing Method Experenced operators of d . The bevel lock lever locks the motor to the yoke woodworking equipment , such as this Craftsman Radial when the motor _ s in any positon Pull ] ever to Saw , acquire the habit of ndexing in one direction release and push tO lock . only , vdqenever a newsettmg s made m preparabon for a differ { nt operation . 6 . Power Switch and Key Examph , When moving the arm to a miter index a . Insert key into switch lock . position move _ t slightly past the desired index posit _ on , then ret 4rn to the index position carefully to index and lock , Yoke indexng and bevel indexing can be accomphshed _ rl a smiar manner , l - his indexing < ; I ! I techrfiq ( m tends to neutralize any stresses impaired upon saw components and contributes to the high " - , . _ . _ - X - T x . \ degree of accuracy the saw is capable of producing when operated expertly . a . ] he arm control lever locks , unlocks and indexes the arm for Left and Right Miter cuts . b . The radial arm has positive index pos _ tLons at 0 ° \ and 4E ° Left and Right The arm is rotated by b . Insert finger under end of switch lever and pull end pulling arm control lever to index release position . out , to turn switch or ' . . With arm control lever released the arm will automatically index at 0 ° and 45 ° Left or Right . Aft ( r positiomng arm to the desired miter angle , push arm control lever to locked position • . . . . - . - - . - ill - " _ \ UNLOCK IND £ X RELEASE L , ' DCK / ' _ , , / j Push lever m to turn switch off . u nJ 3 . Yoke Pivot ( Nipping } - - . _ a . Two controB are used in this operation . The , / are : the yoke pivot latch and the yoke lock handle . b . The yoke pivot latch automatically indexes the yoke at each 90 c position . Pull the spdng - loaded yoke pivot tatctn forward to release this pin . c . The . , , oke lock handle locks the yoke to the carriage in any position . Pull the handle forward to release the yoke : push the handle rearward to secure d . WARNING : THIS LOCKING FEATURE IS the yoke PROVIDED TO PREVENT UNAUTHORIZED USE OF YOUR SAW . ALWAYS REMOVE THE 4 . Carriage Lock KEY AND KEEP IT IN A SAFE PLACE . TO a . The - arriage lock knob is rotated clockwise to lock REMOVE KEY , HOLD THUMB ON END OF the carriage on the radal arm , and counterclockwise LEVER TO KEEP SWITCH IN " OFF " POSITION to re ease it . AND PULL KEY STRAIGHT OUT . b . When perform ng crosscutting operations the cart _ age lock knob must be rotated counterclockwise until the carriage is free to travel along the arm . This knob should be tightened until the operator is read , / to grasp the bevel index i _ andie and make a cut . 5 . Blade Angle ( Bevel ) a The two contro8 userJ in angular positiomng and inde _ Jmg of the motor , to provide the desired 21
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location and function of controls WARNING : FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY ALWAYS LOCK THE SWITCH " OFF " WHEN SAW IS NOT IN USE . AN TI K ] CKBACKiSPREADE R REMOVE KEY AND KEEP IT IN A SAFE PLACE . . . WING SCREW ALSO IN THE EVENT OF A POWER FAILURE ( ALL GUARD CLAMP _ TAB YOUR LIGHTS GO OUT ) TURN SWITCH OFF , LOCK IT SCREW AND REMOVE THE KEY THIS WILL PREVENT THE SAW FROM STARTING UP AGAIN WHEN THE POWER COMES BACK ON . 7 . Accessory Shaft tmj Use only the following recommended accessories : Drill WORKP ] ECE \ chuck , Sanding drum , and Router adapter . ANTIKICKBACK PAWLS \ WORKPIECE CAUTION : The sawblade , dado , or cutting tool must ANIIKICKBACK BAR be removed from the saw arbor before using the accessory shaft , N EVER operate the saw with cutting Make sure by trial - - without saw running - - before tools ( including sanding accessories ) installed on both starting the cut that the antikickback pawls will stop a ends of the saw arbor . kickback once it has started . Insert workpiece alongside spreader under outer set of pawls by 8 . Blade Guard 8 = Antikickback / Spreader Assembly - - approaching pawls in the feed direction . Push Positioning for Ripping . workpiece sharply in the direction of a kickback WARNING : NEVER POSITION THE GUARD OR ( opposite to direction of feed ) . Readjust Pawls if they ANTIKICKBACKiSPREADER ASSEMBLY WITH do not stop the kickback motion by biting into the THE SAW RUNNIN6 . NEVER POSITION THE workpiece . ANTIKICKBACK / SPREADER ASSEMBLY BY GRASPING THE PAWLS OR SPREADER ; USE THE TAB LOCATED ON THE ANTIKICKBACK BAR . These adjustments when properly made will : Antikickback Pawls A The Blade Guard is positioned by loosening the guard clamp screw and rotating the guard so that the 1 . Stop a kickback if generated . " nose " just clears the workpiece as shown . Spreader 1 , Reduce possibility of kickback by preventing the kerr GUARD CLAMP from closing on the sawblade . 2 . Prevent " wrong - way feed " . " Wrong - way feed " is WORKPIECE / feeding the workpiece - when the sawblade is in a rip position - into the out feed side of the cutting tool ( sawblade . dado , molding head , etc . , ) , the side MINIMUM 1 containing the antikickback / spreader . This can be _ SCREW extremely hazardous because the sawblade may grab OUTFEED the workpiece and throw it violently toward the nose of the guard ( infeed side of the tool ) . See DANGER label on - - - - - - - - _ P - NOSE OF INFEED GUARD the outfeed side of the guard just below the dust elbow . DIREOTIOP _ " Wrong - way feed " differs from " kickback . " A This adjustment is necessary to : " kickback " is generated by the sides ( one or both ) of the teeth , because of binding between the fence ( heel ) , 1 ) Protect the operator from accidentally contacting pinching of the sides of the sawblade ( failure to use the sawblade from the " infeed ' " direction . spreader ) , a dull blade , and / or inadequate set of teeth of 2 ) Prevent the workpiece from being lifted from the sawblade . table by the sawblade thus minimizing lifting or 3 , Act as a partial guard regarding accidental contact with fluttering ( particularly with thin and ! or light the sawblade at the outfeed side when ripping , and the workpieces ) leading edge when crosscutting . " 3 ) Minimize sawdust from being thrown toward the operator . 4 ) Minimize the possibility of a thin pusher board ANTI KICKBACK BAR from riding up on top of the workpiece leading to F loss of control of the workpiece . / SPREADER / B . The antikickback and spreader assembly is used / ANTIKICKBACK PAWL during ripping operations and is adjustable to ' / accommodate the thickness of the board being DIRECTION OF ripped . FEED The antikickback and spreader assembly is positioned by loosening the wing screw and with the tab provided , positioning the antikickback and ANTIKICKBACK PAWL POSITION spreader assembly until the pawl assumes D ! RECTION OF KICKBACK approximately the position shown above . Tighten the wing screw . 22
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basic saw operation i 3 . Basic saw operations are summarized into s _ x categories , Lock the carriage lock knob . Plug saw into a grounded explained and illustrated in the following paragraphs . A outlet . ( See section titled , " electrical connections " ) . book entitled " Power Tool Know How Radial Saw " is 4 . Insert the yellow key into switch and . while holding the available at your nearest Sears Retail Store or Catalog Yoke handle , turn the switch on . Store . This book contains considerable data applicable to 5 . With the motor on , iower the sawblade to where it just the radial saw cuts into the table approximately 1 / 32 to 1 / 16 inch NOTE : Refer to paragraphs under ' LOCATION AND deep While holding the Yoke handle and with motor FUNCTION OF CONTROLS " for illustralions and still on loosen the carriage lock knob and then pull the description of controls motor forward andou [ tothefrontstoponthearm This will allow the blade to cut through the fence and to cuta Cutting a kerf in the table boards and fence . shallow kerf in the table 1 / 32 to 1 / 16 inch deep to 1 Elevate arm so that the blade clears the top of the fence provide for the blade cutting completely through the and then push the motor to its most rearward position workp _ ece 2 Lower the arm so that the blade just clears the rear NOTE : A kerf will have to be cut into the table prior to table . Note : the rear tableshould be at the same level as making miter , bevel , or rip cuts using this procedure . the front taole . 23
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basic saw operations REQUIREMENTS FOR CROSSCUT Board posibon ( stationary ) against rip fence ( guide ) and laying fiat on table top . ( OPERATIONS 1 THROUGH 4 ) 1 . Arbor nut must be tight and saw blade guard installed in horizontal position . 2 . Arm contro ! lever must be in locked position . 3 . Adjust the antikickback assembly so the pawls just clear the workpiece or the fence , whichever is higher . 4 . Work must be held firmly against table and fence . For workpieces thicker than the fence is high , install a higher fence ( at least workpiece thickness ) . Always place the fence in the most forward position ( farthest from the column support ) compatible with the workpiece oeing p _ ocessed and the operation being performed . With the carriage fully retracted , the blade must not contact " the workpiece whet ] placed against the fence , w , ithin the stated capacities of your saw . 5 . Blade should be sharp and correctly set . 6 . Hands must be kept we ! 1 away from saw blade PROPER 7 . Yoke lock handle must be in locked position . ( SEE ITEM " 10 " AT LEFT ) 8 . Bevel index lever must be locked . 9 . Blade should cut into the table or plywood cover not more than 1 / 32 inch . ! 0 . Pull the saw , forward just far enough to sever the lumber . It is dangerous if the blade has been pulled too far out beyond the piece being cut . When it is returned it can pick up the right hand piece and throw it over the fence . 11 . For operations No . 3 and No . 4 , observe additional instructions under paragraph " Operating Controls ' " " ' Blade Angle " . OPERATION No . 1 - CROSSCUT Crosscutting is the process of sawing the workpiece by pulling the saw blade through it and using the fence as a support for the edge of the workpiece . Never crosscut free hand . WARNING : BEFORE CROSSCUTTING , MAKE SURE THE ARM CONTROL LEVER , BEVEL LOCK LEVER AND YOKE LOCK HANDLE ARE ALL LOCKED , NEVER USE A LENGTH STOP OR A FIXED GUIDE ON THE FREE END OR EDGE OF A WORKPIECE . DO NOT CROSSCUT WORKPIEOES THAT PLACE YOUR IMPROPER HANDS CLOSE TO THE PATH OF THE SAW BLADE . ( SEE ITEM " 10 - AT LEFT ) WHEN MORE EXPERIENCE IS GAINED BY USING THE SAW , IT WILL BE NOTICED , THAT WHEN PULLING THE SAW TOWARD YOU DURING CROSSCUTTING , THE BLADE TENDS TO FEED REPETITIVE CROSSCUTTING ITSELF THROUGH THE WORK DUE TO THE ROTATION OF THE BLADE AND THE DIRECTION OF Clamp a " C ' " clamp ( min . 6 inch ) using a wood block on THE FEED . THEREFORE , YOU SHOULD DEVELOP each side of the arm . This will limit the carriage travel THE HABIT OF HOLDING YOUR RIGHT ARM beyond the position necessary to complete the crosscut STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER TO THE WRIST operat Ion . 24
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OPERA ] ION No . 2 - - MITER CROSSCUT Miter crosscutt _ t _ g s the process of sawing a board at any angle other than a 90 ° ( square } cut . The 45 ° miter _ ngle is a popular one , since two boards cut to 45 ° can be assembled to form a 90 ° corner for producing a square or rectangular frame . The radial arm _ sset to the desired angle of cut ; yoke and bevel settings indexed at 0 ° ( and locked ) as in square crosscutting . The board being cut is held firmly against the fer _ ce ( guide ) and the carriage pulled forward along the radial arm to perform the desired cut . As in " Operation No . 1 " , the carriage should be returned to full rear position and the saw blade allowed to come to a complete stop before removing the boards from saw table . OPERATION No . 3 - BEVEL CROSSCUT Bevel crosscutting is the process of sawing at 90 ° ( square ) across the board with the saw blade set at an angle other than 90 ° to the saw table . The radial arm and yoke are indexed at 0 ° and locked , but the bevel is set to the desired angle of cut . The board is held firmly against the fence and the carriage pulled forward along the radial arm to produce the cut . The carriage should he returned to full rearward position and the saw blade allowed to come to a complete stop before removing the boards from saw table . OPERATION No . 4 - COMPOUND CROSSCUT Compound crosscutting is the combination of miter and bevel crosscuts . The radia : arm and bevel are set to produce the desired cut ; the yoke is indexed at 0 ° and locked . The board is heid firmly against the fence and the carriage pulled forward along the radial arm to produce the cut . Again , the carriage should be returned to full rearward position and the saw blade allowed to come to a complete stop before removing boards from saw table . 25
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qLtl _ 4rL ' / LE _ THAt's basic saw operations THICK N S " 0 _ WORKPIf'CE PUSH STICK tP TO 3 / 8 " REQUIREMENTS WHEN RIPPING / ( OPERATIONS 5 AND 6 ) 1 . Carriage lock knob must be locked . 2 . Radial arm must be locked in 0 ° position . 3 . Workpiece must be kept in firm contact with the fence and the table For workpieces thicker than the fence is high , install a higher fence ( at least the thickness of the workpiece ) . 4 Guard spreader and antikickback ( AKB ) assembly must be properly set . OBSERVE INSTRUCTIONS IN PARAGRAPH , " POSITIONING GUARD , AND ANTIKICKRACK AND SPREADER ASSEMBLY FOR RIPPING " UNDER " LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF CONTROLS " . 5 . Blade should be sharp and correctly set . GREATER 6 . When ripping narrow stock , less than 6 inches but more THAN 2 " than 2 inch _ s between the guard arrd the fence ( guide ) , use a " Push Stick " at least 1 / 4 " thick and at least 16 " " long so the cvoikpiece is clem of the blade be , fore your hand contacts the guard . NOTE : Do not attempt to make the " Push Stick " on the radial saw use hand tools , or band saw , or saber saw , When rippir g stock 2 inches or ! ess between the blade 9 . Saw blade MUST be parallel to fence , to nTininlize and feuce ( guide ) use an Auxiliary Fence and Push possibility of kickbacks . Block . Make these work helpers to the dimensions 10 . When ripping narrower than 3 / 8 in , position the shown , sawblade to remove the narrow strip from edge of Make the Auxiliary Fence using a piece of 3 ! 8 in . and workpiece furthest from the fence . Follow procedures 3 / 4 in , plywood . Fasten together with glue and nails . as above based on distance from blade to fence . Make the Push Block using a piece of 3 / 8 in . and 3 / 4 in . plywood , NOTE : Since the Push Block is used with the Auxiliary Fence , the 4 - 3 / 4 in . dimensions must be held identical on both the pieces . The small piece of wood 3 / 8 in . x 3 / 8 in . x 2 - 1 / 2 in . should be GLUED to the plywood . . . DO NOT USE NAILS . This is to prevent dulling the sawbtade in the event you f _ istakirlgly cut into the push block . Position th _ handle in the center of the plywood and fasten together with glue and woodscrews . The push hlock should feed the stock being ripped until the stock is clear of the rear of the blade , and then pulled r _ ack with use of the grip , B . Hands mHst be kept well away from saw blade . PARALLEL 3 / 4 ' PL Y _ ' OOD X I - I / 4 THIS FACE AND THIS EDGE MUST BE PARALLEL 3 / 8 " pLYWOOD PUSH BLOCK 3 / 8 " PLYWOOD AUXILIARY FENCE si , _ s / _ OPERATION No . 5 - - OUT - RIPPING WARNING : NEVER RIP FREE - HAND . BEFORE AND IN - RIPPING RIPPING , MAKE SURE THE GUARD , AND ANTIKICKBACK AND SPREADER ASSEMBLY ARE Ripping is the prqcess of sawing the workpiece by SET UP PROPERLY . ALSO , MAKE SURE THE SAW feeding it into the saw blade when using the fence as a BLADE IS PARALLEL WITH THE FENCE . NEVER guide and as a positioning device to obtain the desired RIP WORKPIECES SHORTER THAN THE SAW width of cut The sawbtade is parallel to the fence . BLADE DIAMETER . 26
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2 . Since the _ , . ork is pushed along the fence , it must have a straight ed ! ; t in order to mak _ sliding contact wdh the fence . Also . the work must make solid contact with the table , so th : _ t it will not wobble . P _ ovidc ' a straight edge , even if thi _ means temporardv nail ng of an auxidary straight - edged board to the work If the workpiece is warped , fur n the hollow side down . 3 . Always use the saw guard and mak _ supe the spreader is correctly algned with the saw kerr and antikickback pawls properly adjusted . Wood cut with the grad _ tends to spring the kerr closed and bind the blade and a kickback could occur . 4 , Stand a litte to one side of center to be clear of work in case of k _ ckback . 5 , When ripping short or narrow work , always use a push stick applied to the sect on of the workpiece between the blade and fence . , push the work past the blade so it is clear of [ he blade . This procedure will minimize the possibility of kickbacks . Out - Ripping . The radial arm and bevel are indexed at 0 ° In - Ripping . Th , radial arm and bevel are indexed at 0 ° and and locked , but l . t _ e yoke s turned 90 - degrees in a locked , but th , yoke is turned 90 - degrees in a clockwise counterclockwise direction ( viewed from above ) , from the direction ( view , _ d froLt ] above ) from the cFosscut position . crosscut position . When standing in front of the saw , blade Thus , when standing in front of the saw , the blade would would be rotating clockwise . After position ng the guard be rotating COLnterc ! ockwise . After positioning the guard and antikickback mechanism the workpiece is fed from the and antikickback mechanism the workpiece is fed from the left - hand side of the saw . The " Blade Out - Rip " scale is on right - hand side of the saw . The " Blade In - Rip " scale is on the left hand side of radial arm . the right - hand side of radial arm . OPERATION No . 6 - BEVEL RIPPING Bevel ripping i . _ . either imripping or out - ripping as described above , except the saw blade is tilted out of perpendicular to the saw table surface . The radial arm is indexed at 0 ° and locked , the bevel is set to the desired bevel angle and the yoke is positioned for in - ripping ( saw blade at rear ) or out - ripping ( saw blade at front ) , as required . All requirements and observations applicable to normal ripping operations also apply to bevel ripping . MOLDING / SANDING DADOING Instructions for operating the Molding Head are contained in a booklet furnished with the Molding Head . Instructions for operating the Dado Head are contained in booklet furnished with the Dado Head . For use of Molding Head Cutter or Drum Sander with saw arbor vertical the rear table requires an opening ( next to The saw arbor s designed for dado heads up to 13 / 16 inches w ; de . Do riot install a wider dado head on the arbor . rear face of fence } for clearance Cut this opening as shown . Take several pases if required dado cut exceeds 13 / 16 inch . When installing the dado head on the arbor , ALWAYS REAP , Tt _ SLE - - ' - , i install the inside " loose collar " first . Be sure the teeth of tl L [ L the chippers are placed to fall in blade gullets , and chippers _ , 8 - } / 2 " - - - _ I - are approximately equally spaced around the arbor . [ 30 NOT install the outside loose collar . Make sure the For top - side rabbeting or molding in the in - rip position , arbor nut is tight . Install the arbor nut directly against the relieve the fence by positioning the cutting tool at the outer blade of dado head . desired location on the arm , locking the Carriage Lock For best results and to avoid excessive load on the motor , Knob , and ! owering the cutting tool slowly into the fence - remove only as much material from the fence as [ s NEVER CUT A 13 / 16 " ' WIDE DADO , DEEPER THAN 3 / 4 " IN ONE PASS . necessary . NEVER USE A DADO HEAD OR MOLDING HEAD WITH THE SAW ARBOR VERTICAL WITHOUT INSTALLING AND ADJUSTING A MOLDING HEAD / DADO GUARD . FOR TOP - SIDE DADOING OR MOLDING , INSTALL AND ADJUST THE SAWBLADE GUARD AND ANTIKICKBACK ASSEMBLY FOR RIPPING OR CROSSCUTTING AS APPROPRIATE . 27
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adjustments to compensate for wear ADJUSTING BEVEL LOCK LEVER 1 . The purpos of tt _ is lever _ s to iock the moto _ at any anc ] ie , lo adjust , remove the set screw with wrench as shown . Use the bevel lock tev . r as a wlendq to ight ( n the clamp i _ oh Do Not Over Tighten Replace , bevel lock lever m tocked position and t ghten the set screw BEVEL LOCK LEVER NOTE : The clamp bolt has a left handed thread . Therefore , to increase the clamping effect , rotate the bevel lock ever when used as a wrench - from right to left , or clockwise when viewed horn above . If Vou accidentally rotate t the wrong way arid disengage the bolt from the matchirlgsteel nLit , it will be t , _ eessarv to remove the Handle Trim , Yoke Handle , and Bevel Scale , in order ; . o reinstail the bolt in the filet . f 1 / 8 itEX " L ' WRENCH LOCK LEVER IN LOCKED POSITION AR # 7 , CAP YOKE LOCK HANDLE ADJUSTMENT . TRIM ARM CAP 1 . This handh _ provides a friction lock between the upper \ face of the yoke and the bottom face of the carriage . It should eliminate any play or rotation between these two parts when locked . Its proper position for _ aw operation _ s approximately midway between the two SCREW sides of the yoke . SCREW When sufficient wear has occured to permit the handle to move considerabl V to the rear , or strike the yoke befole locking , the handle must be adiusted as foJlows : 2 . Remove arm cap trim and arm cap . LOC 3 . Remove cwriage stop screw and Iockwasher with a 1 / 4 inch hex - L wrench . 4 . Grasp the carriage assembly , move it carefully off the end of radial arm , holding it parallel to the radial arm until all carriage bearings are free of their tracks . 5 . Rest the motor and carriage assembly on saw work table and re - install carriage stop screw and Iockwasher . / To Readjust / 15 , , 16 " WRENCH / / 6 . Set yoke lock handle at unlocked position . Tighten nut with 15 / 16 wrench , until lock handle locks mid - way between the two sides of the yoke . Remove carriage stop screw and Iockwasher . 7 . Hold the motor and carriage assembly parallel to radial arm and start the rear bearings onto the tracks , Continue io hold the assembly parallel to the tracks until the forward bearings are on the tracks . 8 . Slide the carriage rearward on the radial arm and INSTALL THE CARRIAGE STOP SCREW AND LOCKWASHER 9 , Install arm cap and arm cap tnrn . 28
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ARM TO COLUMN 1 . With the arm control lever unlocked and in i _ ndex release position , the arm should move firmly with no vertical play in the arm . The arm should fit snugly on the column . If not , then adjust . a . Remove two ( 2 ) screws from rear cover plate and tighten evenly top two 3 / 8 - 16 bolts , until arm moves firmly and there is no vertical or horizontal movement in the arm when arm control lever is locked or unlocked . b . Bottom two nuts should be snugged evenly , but not nearly as tight as top two bolts . c . Re * Install Rear Cover Plate . o " ADJUSTING CARRIAGE BEARINGS in proper adjustment the top and bottom radii of all four bearings should be in contact with the arm tracks for their entire length and carriage should roll freely but with some resistance . To test for looseness between bearings and tracks on radial arm , perform the following steps . 1 . Remove left - hand carriage cover . 2 . Push the carriage to its full most rearward position . 3 . Finger hold front carriage bearing as shown and apply as much force as possible and at the same time pull carriage forward . If you can stop the bearing from turning it will require adjusting . 4 . Check rear bearing in the same manner and adjust as follows : a . Loosen nuts just enough to permit the eccentric screws to turn . b . Rotate the eccentric screws a partial turn ( left or right } as required to take up looseness . c . Hold the heads of eccentric screws in the position established in the preceding step and tighten nuts on underside of carriage . Correct adjustment exists when you cannot keep the - bearings from turning . However , excessive bearing pressure will cause difficult operation and rapid wear . d . Install carriage cover . WASHER ASSEMBLY ECCENTRIC CARRIAGE CARRIAGE BEARING PLAIN WASHER LOCKWASHER NUT 29
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adjustments to compensate for wear ARM LOCK ADJUSTING WHEEL Arm control lever operates a brake shoe that locks and releases the arn : , and automatically releases the arm index pin for 0 ° & 45 ° miter settings . The lock action should feel tight and secure . Considerable amount of effort must be applied to the lever to lock the arm . NOTE : Lever must be in unlocked position while making 0 adjustment . If adjustment is required , turn arm lock adjusting wheel TIGHTEN under front of the arm clockwise to tighten , counter - clockwise to loosen ARM LOCK ADJUSflNG ¢ THEEL trouble - shooting HA VE YO U FOL L0 WED A LL SIX S TEPS OF THE ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE ? IF YOU HAVE NOT FOLLOWED THEM IN THEIR PROPER SEQUENCE , YOU CANNOT EXPECT A CCURA TE CUTTING RESUL TS . THIS EDGE OF BOARD In addition to the proper alignment of your saw , you FENCE AGAINST FENCE FOR ALL CUTS rnust also become familiar with the following practices in order to expect the best results . / / 1 . Edge of workpiece which is placed against fence must _ N , , be as straight as the long side of your framing square . 2 . Workpiece must be as flat as the front table board on l / 7,1 your saw 3 . There must be no sawdust or other wood chips between the fence and the front table board . 4 . There must be no sawdust or other wood chips underneath workpiece or between workpiece and Turn workpiece over end for end . . , keep same edge against fence . fence when making successive cuts . 5 . Workpiece must be held tightly against fence and down against the table . . , this is especially important when making angle cuts because the workpiece has a tendency to move . 6 . Always use me correct sawbladc for the job . . . Always keep it sharp . 7 . When making a four sided frame : a . The two side pieces must be exactly the same length . b . The top and bottom pieces must be exactly the same PENCIL LINE FOR length . GAUGING REQUIRED LENGTH c . Always place the same edge of theworkpieceagainst , the fence . . turn the workpieceend for end for the successive cuts and mark a pencil line on the table for gauging the required length . Deviation from any of the above practices will have an effect on t _ e accuracy of the cuts that you make 3O
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FI _ ' _ L ' _ H CUT END r : lN _ _ C J7 END " " _ Ot . AR5 trouble - shooting S © JAPE / WARNING : REMOVE POWER CORD FROM POWER SOURCE BEFORE TROUBLE SHOOTING . NOTE : Changing one adjustment wiH effect another solt Is / i best to perform all of the alignment procedures when , ' , ' , i t correcting any one problem . F The usual operating " troubles " are ! [ sled in the following r , paragraphs with the necessary corrections listed . 7 . RADIAL SAW DOES NOT MAKE ACCURATE 0 ° or 45 ° MITER CROSSCUTS . L _ a . Looseness between column tube and column " - . . . . . support . FENCE EDGE FFNCF eDGE Align a ' , described in Alignment Procedure Section FINISH CUT LOOKS LIKE THIS - 0 ° CROSSCUT Step Two . b . Crosscut travel not properly adjusted . Refer to Step Three in Alignment Procedure Section Squaring Crosscut Travel , c . Column is Loose in Support . Refer to Step Two in Alignment Procedure d . Arm Not Indexing Properly . Refer to Arm Lock Adjusting Wheel in Adjustments to Compensate for Wear section . OR LIKE THIS 45 ° MITER . e . Carriage Assembly Loose on Arm . Refer to Carriage Bearing Adjustment in adjustment g . Sawdust between Work Piece and Fence . to Comper _ sate for Wear Sections . Keep Front Work Table Clean . f . Looseness between Yoke and Carriage Assembly . h . Rip Fence Not Straight . Refer to " Yoke Lock Handle " adjustment in adjustment to Compensate for Wear Sect ; on . Replace Fence . 2 . SAW CUTS AT ANGLE - - NOT 90 ° TO TABLE TOP . % _ QULD BE90 a . Table support channels not properly leveled . Refer to Step One under Alignment Procedure Section 3 / b . Blade not square to work table top . Refer to Step Four in Alignment Procedure Section . BOARD 3 . BLADE ANGLE ( BEVEL ) CUTS NOT ACCURATE . 5 QUAKE a . Corrective Action is the same as paragraph 2A and Z B above . c . Bevel Lock Handle Loose . b . Carriage Bearings Loose . Refer 1o adjusting carriage bearing m adjustments to Refer to Adjustment Bevel Lock Handre in compensate for wear section . Adjustment to Compensate for Wear Section . ' ' FENCE J J 4 . SAW KERF ( CUT EDGE ) OF STOCK ROUGH - TOOTH MARKS LEFT ON EDGE OF SAW KERF . NOTE : This conditioo is commonly called " HEEL " a , Crosscutting or Miter Cutting " Heeling " will tend to slide the workpiece along the guide fence , as the cut is being made , and make a square cut almost impossible . Refer to step 5 under Alignment Procedure Section " Squaring Blade to Fence . ' " b , Bevel Crosscutting Or Bevel Ripping , Refer to Step 5 Under Alignment Procedure Section - - - DIRECTION OF Vertical Heel Adjusting . " " ATTEMPTED c . - " BLADE TRAVEL Using Improper Blade for Finish Cut Desired . Use Proper Smooth Cutting Blade . 31
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trouble - shooting II , . RIP _ O31 ] iON 5 . WOOD BINDS , SMOKES AND MOTOR SLOWS TOP VIE ' , ' , ' i / IIH ARM { _ 0 ° TO file FENC [ DOWN OR STOPS WHEN RIPPING , a . Dull blade or warped board . Sharpen or replace the saw blade . Avoid the attempted use of severly warped materiaL b . Feed rate too fast . Slow Feed Rate . C . Saw blade heels . Check and align as described in Alignment Procedure Section , Step Five . d . Fence not straight . Replace fence . e . Carriage Assembly Loose on Arm . Refer to adjusting carriage bearings in adjustments to compensate for wear section . 6 , BOARD PULLS AWAY FROM FENCE WHEN RIPPING . FENCE a . Saw Blade has heel . Corrective action is the same as preceding instructions explained in paragraph c . 7 . WORKPIECE STRIKES SPREADER WHEN RIPPING . a . Adjust spreader per instructions in Step Six under " Alignment of Spreader for Ripping " , 8 . SAW DOES NOT TRAVEL SMOOTHLY ON ARM PARALLEL TRACKS . W ! T FENC _ a . Dirty tracks . Clean Tracks . b . Bad Bearing . CORRECT Replace Bearing , c . Worn Tracks 11 . DEPTH OF CUT VARIES FROM ONE END OF WORK PIECE TO THE OTHER . Replace Tracks a . Table Top not parallel with Arm , 9 . CLAMPING FORCE NOT SUFFICIENT AT MITER ANGLES OTHER THAN 45 ° . Refer to Attaching and Leveling table Mtg . Support Channels in Step One Align . Section . a . Arm Control Lever requires Adjustment . 12 , BLADE TENDS TO ADVANCE THROUGH LUMBER Refer to Arm Lock Adjusting Wheel in Adjustments TOO FAST . to Compensate for Wear Section . a . Dull Blade . 10 . CLAMPING FORCE NOT SUFFICIENT AT BEVEL ANGLES OTHER THAN 45 ° . Replace or sharpen blade . a . Bevel Lock Lever Requires adjusting . b . Not advancing Saw Blade properly . Draw Saw Blade across lumber with a slow and Refer : o Adjusting Bevel Lock Lever in Adjustmt _ nts to Compensate for Wear Section . steady pull . 32
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MOTOR TROUBLE - SHOOTING CHART 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 PROBABLE CAUSE SUGGESTED REMEDY Motor will not run . 1 . Protector open ; c ! rcuit 1 . Reset protector by pushing on red button , broken , located on top of motor ( indicated by audible click ) . 2 . Low voltage . 2 . Check power line for proper voltage . 1 . Motor will not run and 1 . Short circuit in line , Inspect line , cord and plug for damaged fuses " BLOW " . insulation and shorted wires . cord or plug . 2 . Short circuit in motor or 2 . Inspect all terminals in motor for loose or loose connections . shorted terminals or worn insulation on wires . 3 . JnstaJJ correct fuses . 3 . Incorrect fuses in power line . 1 . Power line overloaded with 1 . Reduce the line load . Motor fails to develop full power . ( Power output lights , appliances and other of motor decreases rapidly motors . with decrease in voltage at 2 . Undersize wires or circuit 2 . Increase wire sizes , or reduce length of wiring . motor terminals . For too long . example : a reduction of 10 % in voltage causes a 3 . General overloading of 3 . Request a voltage check from the power company . reduction of 19 % in power company's facilities . maximum power output ( I n many sections of the of which the motor is country , demand for capable , while a reduction electrical power exceeds of 20 % in voltage causes the capacity of existing a reduction of 36 % in generating and distribution maximum power output . ) systems . ) 1 . Slow down rate of feed . Motor overheats . ! . Excessive feed rate when crosscutting or ripping . 2 . Improper cooling . ( Air 2 . Clean out sawdust to provide normal air circulation restricted circulation through motor . through motor due to sawdust , etc . ) 3 . Saw blade has " heel " . 3 . Refer to Alignment Procedure Section of manual Step Five . Motor starts slowly or 1 . Low Voltage - will not trip 1 . Correct low voltage condition . fails to come up to full starting switch . speed . Motor stalls ( resulting in 1 . Voltage too low to permit 1 . Correct the low line voltage condition . blown fuses or tripped motor to reach operating circuit breakers ) . speed . 2 . Fuses or circuit breakers 2 . Re _ lace fuses or circuit breakers with do not have sufficient proper capacity units . capacity . 1 . Motor overloaded . 1 . Reduce motor load . Frequent opening of fuses or circuit breakers . 2 . Fuses or circuit breakers 2 . Replace fuses or circuit breakers . do not have sufficient capacity . 33
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maintenance and lubrication MAINTENANCE IMPORTANT 10 FIRST MENTION THE VARIOUS POINTS WHICH SFtOULD NOT BE LUBRICATED . WARNING : FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY , TURN SWITCH NO LUBRICATION REQUIRED " OFF " AND REMOVE PLUG FROM POWER SOURCE OUTLET BEFORE MAINTAINING OR LUBRICATING YOUR SAW . Do not lubricate carriage ball bearings or motor bearings as these are sealed ball bearings and require no added When you receive your new Craftsman radial saw , it lubrication . requires no lubrication . The radial saw has been partially Do not lubricate between radial arm cap and radial arm . aligned and all bearings are lubricated and sealed for life . In t = me , however , in order to keep your saw in perfect PERIODICALLY LUBRICATE THESE POINTS working order and accurate , it will be necessary to lubricate and realign . In fact , your radial saw needs more of a Use SAE No . 10W - 30 automotive engine oil and refer to cleaning than a lubrication . Parts List for locations . Apply a few drops of oil along the Make sure th , teeth of the ANTIKICKBACK pawls are swivel latch pin and bevel index pin only f the pin has a always sharp . If they become dull , remove 5 / 16 hex nut tendency to stick . Remove the left - hand carriage cover and ( Key # 8 on p 43 ) of antikickback assembly and lip Pawls use oil sparingly to prevent it from getting on the ball so new shmp point is in working position ( see section titled bearings or races . " Posit oning Guard , Antikickback and Spreader Assembly , A light film of eli should be wped on the face of the For Ripping " sketch of Par . 2 ) . Reassemble Pawls and column tube to lubricate the fit between the column tube , Spreader to a _ tikickback Bar . Check Spreader for proper and column support . alignment • correct if indicated . Replace Paws when The thread on the elevation shaft assembly can be second set oft eth are no longer sharp . lubricated through the oil hole in the center of the radial LUBRICATION am1 cap . Your saw is precision built and should be kept clean and properly lubricated . Before describing the various points CAUTION : Excessive oil at any location will attract which may periodically require lubrication , IT IS MORE airborne dust particles and sawdust . I I I recommended accessories ITEM CAT . NO . ITEM CAT . NO . Stand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 22205 Taper Jig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 3233 _ Satin Cut Dado 7 - inch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 3257 Steel Legs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 22238 * Satin Cut Dado - 8 - inch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 3253 Casters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 22221 or 9 - 22222 * Molding Head Single Cutter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 3215 Drill Chuck & Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 2980 * Molding Head Guard - 7 - inch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 29524 * Molding Head Three Cutter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 3221 * Molding Head Guard - 8 - inch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 29523 Sanding Drum - 3 - inch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 25246 • Lower Retractable Guard Rotary Surface Planer - Carbide Tip . . . . . . . . . 9 - 29513 Sanding Wheel 8 - inch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 2274 ( for 90 ° crosscutting only ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 29009 " Power Tool Know How Handbook ' " Sanding Wheel 10 - inch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 22723 Dust Collector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 16997 Radial Saw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 2917 10 " Dia . Sawblades with 5 / 8 Bore . . . . . . See Catalog * Before purchasing or using any of these accessories , read eMeets OSHA Requirements as of 8 - 73 . and comply with additional safety instructions No . " ( D ) 2 " on p . 5 of this manual . The above recommended accessories are current and were Potential risks of injury may be introduced if the lower available at the time this manual was printed . retractable guard is used for other than 90 ° crosscut operations , including : NOTE : This lower retractable guard is designed to provide ( a ) Becoming caught or jammed in prior kerfs in die fence additional protection to the operator in an axial direction o _ table ; to the sawblade ( perpendicular to the plane of the ( b ) Giving the operator a false sense of security when sawblade ) : performing miter , bevel , and rip cuts ; ( a ) When NOT in the cut ( guards in ful ! down position ( c ) Jamming when setting up , and while operating , for ( touching the table ) and carriage in full rear position behind fence ) : bevel and cornpound miter cuts . ( b ) When saw is set up to perform 90 ° crosscut operations ( d ) Jamming for certain in rip cuts . ( sawblade 90 ° to table surface and arm in 90 ° crosscut The following warning appears on the Lower Outer Guard : position ) . l - he lower retractable guard will NOT provide protection to the operator , either crosseutthlg or ripping : ( a ) Axially when in the cut , because the inner and outer TO AVOID INJURY guards ride on top of the fence or workpiece during the SHUT OFF POWER cutting operation , exposirqg the teeth of the sawblade ; BEFORE CLEARING A WARNING : ( b ) Radially ( in a direction in line with the cutting teeth ) ; JAMMED LOWER GUARD ( c ) Obliquely ( _ t an angle to rile guard and sawblade ) , between the axial and radial directions . 34
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repair parts PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN 10 - INCH RADIAL SAW MODEL 113.199250 3 4 4 FIGURE 1 - LEG SET Key Part No . No . Description 1 63749 Leg 2 60314 Screw , Truss Hd . 1 / 4 - 20 x 5 / 8 3 63751 Stiffener , R . H . 4 63750 Stiffener , L . H . 5 STD 551225 * Lockwasher , External 1 / 4 6 STD 541025 * Nut , Hex 1 / 4 - 20 7 STD 523106 * Screw , Hex Hd . 5 / 16 . - 18 x 5 / 8 8 STD 551031 * Washer , lli32x 11 / 16x 1 / 16 9 STD 551131 * Lockwasher , External 5 / 16 10 STD 541231 * Nut , Hex Jam 5 / 16 - 18 11 STD 541250 * Nut , Hex Jam 1 / 2 - 13 12 803835 Foot , Leveling 63752 Sag of Loose Parts ( Not Illustrated ) * Standard Hardware Item - May be Purchased Locally . 35
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repair parts PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN 10 - INCH RADIAL SAW MODEL NUMBER 113.199200 AND 113.199250 22 FIGURE 5 - - ARM ASSEMBLY Key Part Key Part No . No . Description No . No . Description 1 63626 Housing , Pin 17 63636 Pin , Clevis 2 63629 Pin , Arm Index 18 63773 Insulation 3 63631 Pawt , Arm Lock 19 STD 601103 * Screw , Type " T " Pan Rec . Hd . 4 63628 Spring , Tension 10 - 32 x 3 / 8 5 9420417 _ Screw , Type " T " Hex Washer Hd . 20 STD 551210 * Lockwasher , E xt . Tooth N 10 1 / 4 - 20 x 5 / 8 21 63639 Track 6 63883 Guide 22 448337 Screw , Type " T " Rd . Rec . Hd . 7 63632 Rod , Index 10 - 32 x 5 / 8 8 6363O 23 Spring , Arm Lock 60256 Key 9 63633 Rod Assembly , Aim Lock 24 STD 600805 _ Screw , Type " T " Pan Rec . Hd . 10 60240 t Nut , Push I / 4 832x 1 / 2 11 60332 Washer , 21 / 64 x 1 x 1 / 8 25 63664 Guard , Switch 12 63872 26 63896 Lever , Assembly Switch , Locking 13 STD 551O25 * Washer , 17 / 64 x 5 / 8 x 1 / 32 ( includes Key No . 23 ) 14 60208 ' Nut , Push 27 63878 Arm , Radial t5 63638 Pin , Lever 28 60440 Clamp , Cord 16 63637 Pin * Standard Hardware Item - - May be Purchased Locally . If this part is removed , discard and replace with a new Push Nut . 42
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PARTS LIST FOR CRAFTSMAN 10 - INCH RADIAL SAW MODEL NUMBER 113.199200 AND 113.199250 4 5 6 7 I / / 8 9 17 o 11 10 I0 13 FIGURE 6 - - GUARD ASSEMBLY Pa rt Key Key Part No . No . Description No . No . Description 1 63681 Guard 10 STD 582043 * Ring , Retaining 7 / 16 2 120399 11 63270 * Nut , Square , 5 / 16 - 18 Spreader 3 63541 Bar , Antikickback 12 63269 Bearing 4 63540 Guide , Antikickback 13 63539 Screw , Guard Clamp ( Includes 5 STD 551010 * Washer , 13 / 64 x 5 / 8 x 1 / 32 Key No . 14 ) 6 STD 6011O3 14 * Screw , Type " T " Pan Hd . 60435 Grip 10 - 32 x 3 / 8 15 STD 541008 * Nut , Hex , 8 - 32 7 60219 16 STD 551108 Screw , Wing 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 / 2 * Lockwasher , External Tooth No . 8 8 STD 541231 * Nut , Hex . , 5 / 16 - 18 17 63538 Clamp , Guard 9 63271 Pawl , Antikickback 18 STD 510805 * Screw , Pan Hd . , 832 x 1 / 2 * Standard Hardware Item - May be Purchased Locally . 43
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Sears owners IO - INCH RADIAL SAW manual SERVICE Now that you have purchased your 10 - inch radial 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 . MODEL NO . 113.199200 The model number of your lO - inch radial saw will be found on SAW ONLY a label attached to your saw , at the front of the base . 113.199250 SAW WITH LEGS HOW TO ORDER WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS , ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION : REPAIR PARTS PART NUMBER PART DESCRIPTION NAME OF ITEM MODEL NUMBER 113.199200 10 - INCH RADIAL SAW 113.199250 All parts listed may be ordered from any Sears Service Center and most Sears stores . If the parts you need are not stocked locally , your order will be electronically transmitted to a Sears Repair Parts Distribution Center for handling . Sold by SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . , Chicago , IL . 60684 U . S . A . Part No . 63888 Form No . SP 4636 - 7 Printed in U . S . A . 4 / 84
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