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r Save This Manual For Future Reference owner's manual Model No . 113.236090 Serial Number ® Model and serial num - bers may be found attached to the right 16 iNCH VARIABLE side of arm housing . You should record both SPEED SCROLL SAW model and serial num - bers in a safe place for future use , = = = = 1 = - assembly FOR YOUR • operating SAFETY ° repair parts READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY Sears , Roebuck and Coo , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . Part No SP5837 Printed in USA ,
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_ FULi - ONF YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN BENCHTOP TOOLS If this Scroll Saw fails due to a defect in material or workmanship , within one year from the date of purchase , RETURN IT TO THE NEAR = EST SEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES , and Sears will repair it , free of Charge . If this Scroll Saw is used for commercial or rental purposes , warranty will apply for ninety days from the date of purchase . This warranty applies only while this product is in the United States . This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817 WA Hoffman Estates , IL . 60179 b _ Safety Instructions for Scroll Saw Safety is a combination of common your scroll saw works . Read this manual sense , staying alert and knowing how to understand this saw . Safety Signal Words DANGER : means if the safety informa - seriously injured or killed . tion is not followed someone will be seri - CAUTION : means if the safety informa - ous ] y injured or killed , tion is not followed someone might be WARNING : means ifthe safety informa - njured . tion is not followed someone could be Before Using The Saw WARNING : To avoid mistakes hold down , tension knob , and blade that could cause serious perma - guard . ( See " Getting to Know Your nent injury , do not plug the saw in Scroll Saw " section . ) until the following steps are com - * Review and understand all safety pleted . instructions and operating procedures in this manual . • Completely assemble and align saw * Review the maintenance methods for ( see " Assembly and Alignment " sec - this saw . ( See " Maintenance " section . ) tions w _ hin ) . • Learn the use and function of the - Read the warning label below , found on the base of the saw . speed control ON - OFF knob , bevel lock knob blade holders , blade support , 1 . Readmanual before using saw , 2 . Wearsafely goggles lhet meet ANStZ87 . 1 S _ ndards , 3 . Besere blade is inslallad wlth teeth pointing down . 4 , Properlyadjust helddow _ , S . ' Keepfingersaway hem the movingblade . S . DOnotronleve is _ mme _ ctutoffpiaces _ untit blade has stopped . 7 . Mnlntnln p _ per adiustznunt Ofblade tensio _ . 8 . Holdwed ( piece fimlly _ llales4 Ibe table . 9 . Turnpower off a _ dwait for blade to st _ pbefere adlu _ ng orservicinlD . 50 _ t700 RPM 1 PHASE 120 VOLT AC ONLY 60 HZ L2 AMPS . . . . . L . . . . . . . _ ,
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When Installing or Moving The Saw Avoid Dangerous Environment . Use could occur Jfthe tool tips or you acci - the saw in a dry indoor place , protected dentally hit the cutting toot . Do not store from rain . Keep work area wel ! lighted . any item above or near the tool where anyone might stand on the scroll saw to To avoid injury from unexpected saw reach that item . movement : To avoid injury or death from electri - o Turn saw off and unplug cord before cal shock : moving the saw . • Ground the saw . This saw has an - Place the saw on a firm level surface approved 3 conductor cord and a 3 - where there is plenty of room for han - prong grounding type plug . Use only 3 - dling and properly supporting the work - wire , grounded outlets rated 120 volts , piece . 15 amperes ( amps ) . The green con - . Support the saw so the table is level ductor inthe cord is the grounding wire . and the saw does not rock . To avoid electrocution , NEVER con - o Bott the saw to the work surface if it nect the green wire to a live terminal . tends to slip , walk , or slide during oper - oMake sure your fingers do not touch ations like cutting long heavy boards , or the plug's metal prongs when plugging when using an auxiliarytabte . or unplugging the saw . ° Never Stand On Tool . Serious injury Before Each Use Follow the instructions that come with Inspect your saw . the accessories . The use of improper Disconnect The Saw . To avoid injury accessories may cause risk of injury to from accidental starting , unplug the saw , turn the switch off and lock out the switch person . • Choose the right size and style blade before changing the setup , removing covers , guards or blade . for the material and the type of cutting you plan to do . Check For Damaged Parts . Check for : ° Make sure the blade teeth point down - • Alignment of moving parts , ward , toward the table . - Binding of moving parts . • Make surethe blade tension is properly ° Broken parts , adjusted , • Stable mounting . • Keep Work Area Clean . Clutterednts . ° Any other conditions that may affect the areas and benches invite accide way the saw works . Floor must not be slippery . If any part is missing , bent or broken in To avoid burns or other fire damage , any way , or any electrical parts don't never use the saw near flammable liq - work properly , turn the saw off and uids , vapors or gases , unplug the saw . Replace damaged , • Know Your Saw . Read and under - missing or failed parts before using the stand the owners manual and labels saw again . Keep Guard In Place and in working order , affixed to the tool , Learn its application and limitations as well as the specific Maintain Tools with Care . Keep the saw potential hazards peculiar to this tool . clean for best and safest performance , Follow instructions for lubricating . ° To avoid injury from accidental contact with moving parts , don't do _ ayout , Remove adjusting keys and wrenches assembly , or setup work on the saw from tool before turning it on . while any parts are moving . To avoid injury from jams , slips or • Avoid Accidental Starting . Make sure thrown pieces switch is " OFF " before plugging saw ° Use Only Recommended Accesso - into a power outlet . ries . ( See " Recommended Accesso - ries " section ) , Consult this ownerssories . manual for recommended acces
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i Safety Instructions for Scroll Saw ( continued ) CAUTION : This saw is NOT Plan Your Work . designed for cutting ferrous metals - Use The Right Tool . Don't force tool or like iron or steel . When cutting attachment to do a job it was not nonferrous metals ( brass , copper designed to do . and aluminum , etc . ) , metal shav - • Use this scroll saw to cut only wood , ings can react with wood dust and woodlike products , plastics and nonfer - start a fire . To avoid this : rous metals . - Remove all traces of wood dust from on and around the saw . - Remove all metal shavings from on or around the saw before saw - ing wood again . Plan Ahead To Protect Your Eyes , Hands , Face and Ears Inspect Your Workpiece . Any power saw can throw foreign objects into the eyes . This can cause permanent Make sure there are no nails or foreign eye damage . Wear safety goggles ( not objects in the part of the workpiece to be cut . glasses ) that comply with ANSi Z87 . 1 ( shown on package ) . Everyday eye - Use extra caution with large , very glasses have only impact resistanl small or awkward workpieces lenses . They are not safety glasses . * Never use this tool to finish pieces too Safety goggles are available at Sears small to hold by hand . Retail Stores . Glasses or goggles not in ° Use extra supports ( tables , saw horses , compltance with ANSI Z87 . 1 could seri - blocks , ezc . ) for any workpieces large ously hurt you when they break . enough to tip when not held down to WEAR YOUR the table top . . Never use another person as a substi - tute for a table extension , or as addi - tional support for a workpiece or to hetp feed . support or pull the workpiece . ° When cutting irregularly shaped work * Dress for safety ; 31eces , plan your work so it wilt not • Do not wear bose clothing , gloves , pinch the b _ ade . A piece of molding , for neckties or jewelry ( rings , wrist - example , must fay flat or be held by a watches ) . They can get caught aria fixture or jig that will net let it twist , rock draw you into moving parts . or slip while being cut . o Wear nonslip footwear . • Properly support round material such o Tie back long hair . as dowel rods or tubing . They have a o Roll long sleeves above the elbow . tendency to roll during a cut , causing the blade to " bite " . To avoid this , ° Noise levels vary wide ! y . To avoid pos - sible hearing damage , wear ear plugs always use " V " blocks . or muffs when using saw for hours ata oCut only one workpiece at a time . time . ° Clear everything except the workpiece • For dusty operations , Wear a dust mask and related support devices off the along with the safety gogg lee table before turning the saw on . 4
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Plan the way you will hold the work - positions where a sudden slip could piece from start to finish . cause fingers or hand to move into the blade . * Do not hand hold pieces so smatl that your fingers will go under the blade • Don't Overreach , Keep good footing and balance , guard . Use jigs or fixtures to hold the work and keep your hands away from ° Keep your face and body to one side of the blade . the blade , out of line with a possible ° Avoid awkward operations and hand thrown piece if the blade s _ eutd break . Whenever Saw Is Running WARNING : Don't let familiarity Before Freeing Any Jammed Material . ( gained from frequent use of your * Turn switch " OFF " scroll saw ) cause a careless mis - oWait for all moving parts to stop . take . A careless fraction of a sec - - Unplug the saw , ond is enough to cause a severe When backing up the workpiece , the injury . blade may bind in the kerf ( cut ) . This o Before starting your cut , watch the saw is usually caused by sawdust clog - while it runs . If it makes an unfamiliar ging up the kerr . If this happens : noise or vibrates excessively , stop - Turn switch " OFF " . immediately . Turn the saw off . Unplug - Wait for all moving parts to stop . the saw . Do not restart untif finding and correcting the problem . . Unplug the saw . . With a flat blade screwdriver , turn * Keep Children Away . Keep all visitors a safe distance from the saw . Make motor shaft by hand . Insert the screw - driver into the slotted end of motor sure bystanders are clear of the saw shaft located at the center of the motor and workpiece . housing . Do this while backing up the * Don't Force Tool . It will do the job bet - workpiece . ter and safer at its designed rate , Feed Before removing loose pieces from the workpiece into the saw blade only the table , turn saw off and wait for all fast enough to let it cut without bogging moving parts to stop . down or binding . Before Leaving the Saw • Wait for all moving parts to stop , OFF knob on the saw , Store the key away from children and others not qual - • Make Workshop Child - proof . Unplug ified to use the tool , the saw , Lock the workshop and ON / Glossary of Terms for Woodworking . . . . . . Blade Tooth Set - the distance that the Kerf - the slot cut by the blade . edge of the sawblade tooth is bent ( or Leading Edge - the edge of the work - set ) outward from the side of the blade , piece which is pushed into the blade first . Trailing Edge - the workpiece edge last cut by the sawblade . Sawbtade Path - the area of the work - piece directly in line with and moving Workpiece - the item on which the cut - toward the sawblade edge , ting operation is being performed , Bevel - the ability to slant the table to make angle cuts , An angle cutting opera - tion through the face of the board , 5
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Motor Specifications and Electrical Requiremen ts : : p _ o , , Se . rppiaynd . otorSpecif cot ons : i WARNINGI T0 avoid eiectri _ al haz - _ e _ : i : ards ; fire hazards or damageto the I _ n this saw . Changes to the t : t0oi , use proper circuit protection ; _ internal wiring will create a fire haz - I Your toot is Wired at the factory for Iard and may also create a shock I ; ; Operation using the voltage shown , hazard . Connect too to a power line with . . . . . , h . . . . . . . _ , ^ , ^ t , . . . . . , 4 _ ! = This machine Is equipped w _ tha variable ; . = . _ _ . . ^ _ _ speecl motor nawng me TOt ng specsfF ; amp branch c ! rcult _ Use a t5 * _ , qJ - . . I time delay type fuse or circuit cations . , , i breaker To avoid shock or fire , if Voltage 1t0 - 120 power cord is worn or cut , or dam - - . . . . 1 2 i aged in any way , have it replaced Amperes , i immediately . Hertz ( Cycles ) 60 For replacement moto _ and contro - - - - - - - _ Phase single board , refer to parts list in this manual , RPM 500 - 1700 Rotation of Shaft Clockwise uu m i , i i i , , . . . . General Electrical Connections DANGER : To avoid electrocution : to touch the terminals of plug when . Use only identical replacement installing or removing the plug to I ARNING : Do not permit fingers parts when servicing _ Servicing or from the outlet . should be performed by a quali - fied service technician . If power cord isworn or cut , or damaged in any way , have it replaced immedi - , Do not use in rain or where floor ately , is wet . This tool is intended for indoor res - idential use only .
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110 - 120Volt , 60 Hz . Tool If the grounding instructions are not com - pletely understood , or if you are in doubt Information as to whether the tool is properly NOTE : The plug supplied on your tool grounded check with a qualified electri - may not fit into the outlet you are plan - cian or service personnel . ning to use . Your local electrical code may require slightly different power cord WARNING : If not properly plug connections , if these differences grounded , this tool can cause an exist refer to and make the proper electrical shock , particularly when adjustments per your local code before used indamp locations , in proxim - your too ] is plugged in and turned on . ity to plumbing , or out of doors , tfis an electrical shock occurs there the potential of a secondary haz = In the event of a malfunction or break - ard , such as your hands contacting down , grounding provides a path of least the sawblade . resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock This tool is equipped with an electric cord having an 3 - Prong Plug equipment grounding conductor and a Properlyed grounding plug , as shown . The plug Ground J _ must be plugged into a matching outlet Outlet / flu } that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordi - \ 0 nances . / n u _ Do not modify the plug provided , tf it will Grounding not fit the outlet , have the proper outlet Prong installed by a qualified electrician . A temporary adapter may be used to connect this plug to a 2 - pole outlet , as shown , if a properly grounded outlet is Make sure this not available . This tempo [ ary adapter Is Connectedn should be used only until a properly to a Know grounded outlet can be installed by a Ground qualified electrician . The green colored Green i _ " _ I rigid ear , lug and the like , extension from Gro0nL0o , , ° Iglll the adapter must be connected to a per - a - Prong _ 1 _ ' ] i _ . _ - manent ground such as a properly Plug % , li grounded outlet box . Improper connection of the equipment grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock , The conductor with Adapter insulation having an outer surface that is green with or without yellow stripes is the NOTE : The adapter illustrated is for use equipment grounding conductor . ] f repair only if you already have a properly or replacement of the electric cord or grounded 2 - prong outlet . plug is necessary , do not connect the equipment - grounding conductor to a live terminal . 7
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Motor Specifications and Electrical Requirements ( continued ) Wire Sizes NOTE : Make sure the proper extension Wire Sizes Required cord is used and is in good condition . Cord Length , . for ( A . W . G . ) The use of any extension cord will cause 110 - 120V some loss of power . To keepthis to a minimum and to prevent overheatingshown 0 - 25 Ft . 18 and motor bum - out , use the table 26 - 50 Ft , 16 to determine the minimum wire size ( A . W , G . ) extension cord Use only 3 - wire extension cords which have 3 - prong grounding type plugs and 3 - pote receptacles which accept the tools plug . Table of Contents Safety Instructions for Scroll Saw . . . . . . . . 2 Over Tensioning Or Under Tensioning Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Safety Signal Words . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Before Using The Saw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Removing Pin End Blades . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 When Installing or Moving The Saw . 3 Installing Pin End Blades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Before Each Use : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Removing Plain End Blades . . . . . . . . . . 16 Safety Instructions for Scroll Saw . . . . . . . . 4 installing Plain End Blades . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Dust Blower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Plan Ahead To Protect Your Eyes , Hands , Face and Ears : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Blade Guard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! 8 Whenever Saw Is Running : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Mounting the Scroll Saw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Before Leaving the Saw : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Workbench Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I8 Giossary of Terms for Woodworking . . . . 5 Leg Set Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Safety Instructions for Basic Saw Motor Specifications and Electrical Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Before Each Use : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Power Supply and Motor Specifications , . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Plan Ahead To Protect Your Eyes , General Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . 6 Hands , Face And Ears : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 110 - 120 Volt , 60 Hz . Tool Whenever Saw Is Running : . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Before Leaving The Saw : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Information : . . . . . . . , : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Basic Saw Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ! Wire Sizes . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2t Making Interior Scroll Cuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Unpacking and Checking Contents . . . . . . 99 Tools Needed L ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Choice of Blade and Speed . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 List of Loose Parts . , _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Sears Recommends the Following Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Getting to Know your Scroll Saw . . . . . . . 10 Recommended Accessories . . . . . . . . . . 23 Align ment ( Adjustments ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Changing the Table Bevel Angle . . . . 12 Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 To Align the Bevel Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Repair Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Adjusting Work Hold - down . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 ii'i 8
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Unpacking and Checking Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tools Needed Medium Standard Screwdriver Combination Square Unpacking Do Not Lift Saw By This Arm WARNING : To avoid injury , from unexpected starting or electrical shock , do not plug the power cord into a power source outlet during unpacking and assembly , This cord must remain unplugged whenever you are working on the saw Here Your scroll saw is fully assembled and shipped complete in one box . IMPORTANT : Never lift this saw bythe arm which holds the blade or damage will occur to your saw . Separate all parts from packaging mate - rials and check each item with illustration Lift Here and " List of Loose Parts " . Make certain all items are accounted for before dis - carding any packaging material . NOTE : Before beginning assembly , check that al ] parts are included , ifyou are missing any part , do not assemble the saw , Contact your Sears Service Center to get the missing part . Some - times small parts can get lest in packag - ing material . DO NOT throw away any packaging until saw is put together , Check packaging for missing parts before contacting Sears , A complete parts list ( Repair Parts ) is at the end of the manual Use the list to identify the number of the missing part . List of Loose Parts Item Description Qty . C A 16 " Scroll Saw ( Completely Assembled ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 B Owner's Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C Loose Parts Bag containing : Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 NOTE : Hardware to mount this scroll sawto a bench or _ egset is not supplied . See mounting instructions for recom - mended hardware size . 9
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, , Getting to Know Your Scroll Saw - _ - - . 11 _ ! Knob 10 Blade Guard / Hold - Down Knob Holder Frame ( Lift Here ) 8 Btade Guard Blade Arm Bearings Speed Control On / Off Knob 2 Work Hold - Down Foot and Btade Support Lock Knob B _ se ( LIft Here ) 4 Indicator _ _ _ 3 Bevel Scale Bevel _ - ' _ 9 Lower Blade Holder " Choice of Blade and Speed " table . t . Tension Knob - Tightening the knob ( clockwise ) will increase the The On - Off knob has a tocking fea - ture , This Feature Is Intended To tension on the blade . Loosening it ( counterclockwise ) will decrease the Help Prevent Unauthorized Use tension , By Children And Others . ( See more on next page . 2 . Work Hold - Down and Blade Sup - 7 . Storage Drawer - For convenient port - Provides added control of storage of pin and plain blades , workpiece , protection for operator and support for the blade , 8 . Blade Guard - Defines area of mov - 3 . Bevel Scale - Shows angle table is ing blade , tilted for bevel cutting . 9 . Blade Holders - Retain and posi - tion the blade . 4 . Bevel Indicator - Points to the 10 . Blade Guard / Hold Down Knob - approximate angle of the blade in relation to the table top . Allows for secure angular position - 5 , Table Bevel Lock Knob - When ing of blade guard , work hold down and sawdust blower . tightened , this knob secures table at desired bevel angle , Loosening 11 . Height Adjustment Knob - Allows knob allows the table to tilt up to 45 ° for vertical positioning of item in for bevel cuts . number t0 . 6 . Speed Control / On - Off Knob - For speed control setting , _ efer to the iiill , o
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Speed Control / On - Off Knob ( continued ) • To turn machine " ON " , place fingers on Speed ControVOn - Off Knob and pull out . , , To turn machine " OFF " , push in Speed Control / On - Off Knob . machine unattended until it has I WARNING : Never leave the I come to a complete stop . " On " The variable speed control may be adjusted to the approximate speeds identified on the control panel . Sug - gested speeds are identified under " Choice of Blade and Speed " . Turn the control knob clockwise , _ to increase strokes per minute and coun - terclockwise _ to reduce the strokes per minute . NOTE : If the unit stops running during use , it typically means too much force is being used to feed the work . piece into the blade , and the built - in circuit breaker automatically shuts the unit off to protect the motor . To restart unit , turn switch off to reset circuit breaker and then back on to continue cutting . Due to circuit protection , the unit may not e a _ ways start . If unit does not start , shut unit off , wait approximately ten seconds , and restart . Do not cycle unit on and off . Built - in cir - Control cuit protection may prevent unit from immediately restarting . Wait approxi * mutely ten seconds after shutting unit off before restarting . - To lock knob in " OFF " position , Install From install a padlock from the left side Left Side of the knob through the hole below the knob as illustrated , and tockthe of Knob padlock . ( Padlock is not supplied with the saw . ) WARNING : For your own safety , always push the knob " Off " when Approximate machine is not in use . Also , in the Diameter event of a power failure ( all of your 1 inch Approximate lights go out ) , push knob " Off " . " Lockout " your knob with a pad - Approximate lock as shown . This will prevent 5132 to 3116 Inch Padlock Size the machine from starting up again when the power comes back on . 11
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Alignment ( Adjustments ) _ . . . . Changing tho Table Bevel Angle o The scroll saw wO . r _ table can be tilted to the left ! oorbevel : CUtting Up to 45 ° from the 0 or tiori _ or _ tal cutting posi - tion . : : o A bevel scale and indicator are pro - vided under the work table as a conve - nient reference for setting the approximate table angle for bevel cut - ting . NOTE : A scroll saw Js a scroll curve cutting tool . It is not intended for mak - Scale ing precise angular cuts in wood , The indicator is provided to give approxi - mate angular readings . A precision pro - tractor or square shoutd be used to measure a more precise blade to table angular locations . To Align the Bevel Indicator • Loosen the table bevel tock knob and use a small square to set the table at 90 ° to the blade . - When there is no space between the square and the b _ ade , hold table Jn place artd tighten the bevei lock knob . The table should now be approximately 9,0 ° to the btade , • Loosen the screw holding the bevel scale pointer and adjust to 0 ° , Tighten screw , Remember , the bevel scale is a con - venient guide but should not be relied upon for precision , Bevel Pointer 12
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Adjusting Work Hold - down WARNING : To avoid injury from Height Adjustment Knob accidental starting , always turn switch " OFF " and unplug power cord from outlet before removing or replacing the blade . The purpose of the work hold - down foot is to hold the work _ gainst the table so Hold - Down that it is less likely to lift with the up - - Knob stroke of the btade _ It should iie flat on the workpiece with the front prongs straddling the blade , 1 . The work hold - down foot is attached to the blade guard rod . The height of the work hold - down foot is adjusted by Ioosen { ng the height adiustment knob and moving the guide post up tor down , The work hold - down foo is adjusted front to back and left - to - right by loosening the hold - down knob Adjust located on the bracket , as illustrated . Hold - Dow n - 2 . When the table is tilted , the work hold - Foot to down foot can be adjusted by Ioosen _ Same An ing the height adjustment knob and as Table adjusting the foot to the same angle as the table , The work hold - down foot should always be adjusted as close to the b _ ade as possible without touching it and positioned directly on the sur - face of the workpiece . NOTE : For most applications tightening the hold down knob with your fingers is adequate . However , the held down knob can also be tightened using a 5 / 16 " hex wrench as shown . For better versatility , the height adjustment knob and hold down knob can be interchanged . thrown objects , remove all tools l ARNING : To avoid injury from ' t from the saw . Blade breakage is caused by the fol - Over Tensioning Or Under lowing : Tensioning Blade o Over tension or under tension , Too much or too little blade tension oTwisting or bending the Nade . could cause blades to break rapidly . o Over use - blade : life exhausted . The thicker , harder and more abrasive the wood yo'u are cutting , the more o Over Aggressive Feeding of the blades you will have to use . workpiece into the blade by going too fast . t3
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Alignment ( Adjustments ) ( continued ) Removing Pin End Blades oseR WARNING : To avoid injury from accidental starting , always : turn switch " OFF " and unplug power cord from outlet before removing or replacing the blade , Tenslon Knob NOTE : Saw comes with pin end bfades . if you are going to use piain end blades , refer to the instructions under " Installing Plain End Blades " . * Loosen tension on blade by turning ten - sion knob counterclockwise about three full turns oLoosen upper and lower blade holder knobs by turning the blade holder knobs counterclockwise _ about three full turns . To make lower blade holder access easier , till the tabte to 45 ° , and raise the arms to the up posF tion using a screwdriver to rotate the motor shaft . Loosen o Remove blade from the lower blade Upper holder by pushing down or _ the upper arm , releasing the pin end blade fromade Holder the lower blade holder . Remove bl from the upper blade holder by slightly lifting up on the blade and pulling for - ' ii ward . Lower Blade Holder 14 . . . . . . .
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Tighten Installing Pin End Blades Pin end blade set up : Check that the blade tension knob is loose . , , Check that the upper and lower blade holder knobs are loose , Spread blade holder jaws open using fingers . NOTE : A rubber band looped aroundthe back of the blade holder will automati - cally open the jaws when the knobs are loosened which will make changing btades easier , See illustration below . * Install the blade through the opening in the table with the teeth pointing down , Engage the pin into the " V " notch of the Tighten lower blade holder , " - Notch ° Pull up on the blade and engage the upper pin in the " V " notch of the upper blade holder , ° Align blade straight with the front face of the blade holders . Tighten upper and lower blade holder knobs by turning knobs clockwise until the jaws close evenly against the blade , NOTE : To prevent blade holder damage , do not use pliers to tighten knob . , , Carefully tighten the blade tension by turning the tension knob clockwise until you feel the slack in the blade is removed , o Check to see that the pins are properly located in the V - notch slot , Turn the tension knob an additional two futl turns clockwise , This amount of blade ten - sion should do well for most cutting " V " - Notch operations and blades , The number of turns witl be approximately two full turns . This wilt vary one or two turns depending , on blade thickness and blade typm , Make sure the blade is properly installed , Before applying power , rotate the motor shaft by hand using a screwdriver in the motor shaft stot as shown . WARNING : To avoid injury from thrown objects , remove all tools from the saw . Rubber Band ! 5
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Alignment ( Adjustments ) ( continued ) . . . . Loosen WARNING : To avoid injury from accidental starting , always turn switch " OFF and unplug power cord from outlet before removing or replacing the blade . Loosen tension on blade by turning ten - sion knob counterclockwise about three full turns . • Loosen the upper b _ ade holder by turn - ing the knob on the holder counter - clockwise _ so the jaws open . • Remove blade from upper blade holder , . Loosen the lower blade holder knob in the same way as the upper blade holder in step 2 , To make lower b ; ade holder access easier , tilt the table to 45 ° and raise the arms to the up posi - tion using a screwdriver to rotate the Loosen motor shaft . Upper • Remove blade from tower blade holder . le Holder Lower Blade Holder 16
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installing Plain End Blades Check that the blade tension knob is loose . - Check that the upper and lower blade holder knobs are loose , Spread blade holder jaws open using fingers . NOTE : A rubber band looped around the back of the Made holder wiIl automati - cally open the jaws when the knobs are loosened which will make changing blades easier . See } Ilustration below . , tnstal ! the blade through the hole in the table and into the lower blade holder . The blade teeth should point down . Position the blade so that it is straight with the front face of the blade holder and extends Tighten beyond the blade holder as shown . Position Blade Jpper Blade qighten the lower blade holder knob by As Shown Holder turning the knob clockwise until the jaws close securely . NOTE : To maintain Made holder clamp - • owo . . , . oo ing force , keep finger knob threads cleaned and oiled using atl purpose household machine ( or motor ) oil , To prevent blade holder damage , do not " ° , ° L use pliers to tighten knob , Holder - - _ _ _ _ _ Use the same procedure to install the blade into the upper btade holder . Before tightening the jaws using the upper biade holder knob , adjust the position of the upper blade holder by turning the blade tension knob until the end of the blade is near the top of the blade holder as shown . Tighten the upper blade holder knob by turning the knob clockwise _ until the jaws Position B ! close securely . As Shown • Tighten the blade tension knob clock - wise , _ until the blade is ten - sioned . The number of turns will be approximately two full turns . This witl vary one or two turns depending on the blade thickness and blade type . , Make sure the blade is properly installed . Before applying power , rotate the motor shaft by hand using a screwdriver in the motor shaft as shown . NOTE : To prevent blade holder damage , do not use pliers to tighten knob . 17
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ill Alignment ( Adjustments ) ( continued ) Dust B | ower Blade Guard The dust bto _ er wilt direct air to the most effective point on the cutting tine when the hold : down is adjusted . No adjust - ment is necessary to the blower . Blade Guard The blade guard will always be posi - tioned parallet to the blade , No adjust - Dust Blower / " ment is necessary . Mounting the Scroll Saw Workbench Applications • When mounting this saw to a work - Scroll Saw Base " - _ Top View bench a solid wood bench is preferred Hex Head Screw _ over a plywood bench where noise and vibration will be more noticeable . • Hardware to mount this saw to a work - bench is not supplied with the saw . However , we recommend the hardware used be not smaller than the following , Description Qty , Hex Head Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x Iength required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Flat Washers , 1 / 4 I , D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Hex Head Lock Washers , 1 / 4 I . D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 I _ ex Nuts , 1 / 4 - 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Flat Washer . ° A soft foam pad to place between your 1 / 2 " Foam Pad scroll saw and workbench is not sup - ( Optional ) plied with the saw . However , we highly recommend the use of such a pad to reduce noise and vibration . Description Qty . Flat Washer Soft foam pad such as carpet Nut padding , 24 " x 12 " x 1 / 2 " , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t Do NOT over tighten mounting bolts - leave some cushion in the foam pad for absorbing noise and vibration . NOTE : Through normal use sawdust accumulates under the unit , Frequently clean sawdust from under the unit to pre - vent the linkage from binding , which could overload and damage the motor . Legset Applications 1 . ] f you prefer to mount your saw to a leg set , we recommend the leg set for bench top tools which is availablehe through Sears Retail Stores . T number of this leg set is 9 _ 22244 . This leg set is an optional accessoryoll and instructions to mount the scr saw to this leg set are included in the leg set package . 18
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Safety Instructions for Basic Saw Operations _ efore Each Use • Make sure the blade tension is properly adjusted . Inspect your saw . • Keep Work Area Clean , Cluttered Disconr _ ect The Saw . To avoid injury areas and benches invite accidents . from accidental starting , turn the switch Floor must not be stJppely . " OFF " , unplug the saw before changing To avoid burns or other fire damage , the setup , removing covers , guards or never use the saw near flammable liq - blade . uids , vapors or gases . Check Damaged Parts . Check for : , Know Your Saw , Read and under - * Alignment of moving pads . stand the owners manuat and labe } s , Binding of moving parts . affixed to the tool . Learn its applications , , Broken parts . and limitations as well as the specific , , Stable mounting . potential hazards peculiar to this tooi . , Any other conditions th at may affect the , , To avoid injury from accidental contact way the saw works . with moving parts , don't do layout , assembly or setup work on the saw o if any part is missing , bent or broken in while any parts are moving . any way , or any electrical parts don't work properly , turn the saw off and - Avoid Accidental Starting , Make sure switch is " OFF " before plugging saw unplug the saw . Replace damaged , missing or failed parts before using the into a power outlet . saw again . Keep Guard In Place and Plan your work , in working order , . Use The Right Tool . Don't force toot or Maintain Tools With Care . Keep the attachment to do a job it was not saw ctean for best and saiest perfor - designed to do , mance . Fotlow instructions for lubricat - o Use this scroll saw to cut only wood , ing . wood - like products , plastics and non - Remove adjusting keys and wrenches ferrous met & Is , from too _ before turning it on . CAUTION : This saw is NOT To avoid injury from jams , slips or thrown designed for cutting ferrous metals pieces : like iron or steel . When cutting Use Only Recommended Accesso - nonferrous metals ( brass , copper ries . ( See " Recommended Accesso - and aluminum , etc . ) , metal shav - ries " section ) , Consult this Owner's ings can react with wood dust and manua ! for recommended accessories . start a fire . To avoid this : Follow the instructions that come with • Remove all traces of wood dust the accessories , The use of improper from inside the saw . accessories may cause risk of injury to o Remove all traces of metal dust persons . from or = or around the saw before - Choose the right size and style blade sawing wood again . for the material and the type of cutting you plan to do . * Make sure the b } ade teeth pebt down - ward , toward the table . 19
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Safety Instructions for Basic Saw Operations ( continued ) Plan Ahead To Protect Your Eyes , enough to tip when not held down to Hands , Face And Ears the table top . • Never use another person as a substi - Any power saw Can throw foreign objects tute for a table extension , or as addi - into the eyes . Ths can cause permanent tional support for a workpiece or to help eye damage Wear safety goggles ( not feed , support or pu [ _ the workpiece . glasseS ) that camp y with ANS Z87 1 ( shown on package ) . Everyday eye - * When cutting irregular { y shaped work - glasses have only impact resistant pieces , plan your work so it will not lenses . They are not safety glasses . pinch the blade . A piece of molding , for Safety goggles are available at Sears example , must lay flat or be held by a Retail Stores . Glasses or goggles net in fixture or jig that wil ! not let it twist , rock compliance with ANSI Z87 . 1 could seri - or stlp while being cut . ously hurt you when they break . , Properly support round material such Dress for safety as dowel rods or tubing . They have a tendency to roll during a cut , causing • Do net wear loose clothing , gloves , the blade to " bite " . To avoid this , always neckties or jewelry ( rings , wrist - use a " v ' " block . watches ) . They can get caught and • Cut only one workpiece at a time . draw you into moving parts . • Wear non - slip footwear _ • Clear everything except the workpiece and related support devices off the , Tie back long hair . table before turning the saw on . • Roll 10ng steeves above the elbow . Plan the way you will hold the work - • Noise levels vary widely . To avoid pos - piece from start to finish . sible hearing damage , wear ear plugs • Do not hand hold pieces so small that or muffs when using saw for hours at a time . your fingers will go under the blade guard . Use jigs or fixtures to hold the • For dusty operations , wear a dust mask work and keep your hands away from along with the safety goggles . the blade . Inspect your werkpiece . • Avoid awkward operations and hand Make sure there are no nails or foreign positions where a sudden slip could objects in the part of the workpiece to be cause fingers or hand to move into the cut . blade . Use extra caution with large , • Don't Overreach . Keep good footing very small or awkward workpieces and balance . • Never use this tool to finish pieces too • Keep your face and body to one side of small to hold by hand . blade , out of line with a possible thrown • Use extra supports ( tabies , saw horses , piece ifthe blade should break . blocks , etc . ) for any workpiece large Whenever Saw Is Running • Keep Children Away . Keep atl visitors a safe distance from the saw . Make ( gained from frequent use of your sure bystanders are clear of the saw saw ) cause a careless mistake ° A and workpiece . I carAeRleNsIsNGf : ractDioonn'tofleat fsaemciolinardityis enough to Cause a severe injury , • Don't Force Tool , It will do the job bet - ter and safer at its designed rate . Feecl • Before starting your cut , watch the saw : while ifcruns . f it makes an unfamiliar the workpiece into the saw blade only fast enough to let It cut without bogging : noise Orvibrates a lot , stop immedi - . . ' " " a e down or binding t y . Turn the saw off . Unplug the saw . _ ! : Do not restart until finding and correct - " i _ i ing the problem . 20 : i
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oTurn switch " OFF " , Before freeing any jammed material : oWait for nil moving parts to stop . , , Turn switch " OFF " . o Unplug saw . • Wait for all moving parts to stop . - With a flat blade screwdriver , turn the o Unplug saw . motor by hand while backing up the When backing up the workpiece , the workpiecer blade may bind in the kerr ( cut ) . This Before removing loose pieces from is usually caused by sawdust c _ og - the table , turn saw off and wait for al ! ging up the kerfo if this happens : moving parts to stop , Before Leaving The Saw : OFF knob on the saw . Store the key o Wait for all moving parts to stop . away from children and others not qual - ° Make Workshop Child - proof . Unpfug ified to use the tool . the saw . Lock the workshop and ON / Basic Saw Operations , To get accurate cuts , be prepared to General Instructions compensate for blade's tendency to foI - Please , read and understand the follow - tow the wood grain as you are cutting . ing items about your scroll saw before • This scroll saw is intended to cut wood , attempting to use the saw . wood - like products , plastics and non - , , The saw does not cut wood by itself . ferrous metals . You a ! { ow the saw to cut wood by guid o o When choosing a blade to use with ing the wood into the blade as it moves . your scroll saw , consider the fo ! iowing • _ The blade teeth cut wood only on the carefully . down stroke . o Very fine , narrow blades should be , , You must guide the wood into the blade used to scroll cut in thin wood ! / 4 siowty because the teeth of the blade inch thick or less . are very small and they can only To cut wood over 1 / 4 inch thick , use remove wood when they are on the down stroke . wider blades . , , There is a Iearning curve for each per T Most blade packages state the sizee son who wants to use this saw . During or thickness of wood which that blad is intended to cut , and the radius , that period d time it is expected that size of curve , which can be cut with some blades wil ! break until you learn that blade . how to use the saw and receive the o Wider blades can't cut curves as tight greatest benefit from the blades . or srnalt as thinner blades , o Best results are achieved when cutting wood less than one inch thick . o Narrower : blades work wel ! only on thinner wood material . o When cutting wood thicker than one inch the user must guide the wood o This saw uses 5 inch long pin and plain very , very slowly into the blade and end type blades only . See your Sears take extra care not to bend or twist the Retail Store for accessory blades . blade while cutting in order to maximize - Blades wear faster when cutting ply - blade life . wood , which is very abrasive ; when o Teeth on scroll saw blades wear out sawing wood which is thicker than the and as such must be replaced fre - 7 / 8 inch blade stroke ; and when sawing quently for best cutting results . Scroll hardwood , or when side pressure is saw blades generally stay sharp for 1 / 2 placed on the blade . hour to 2 hours of cutting . 21
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Basic Saw Operations ( continued ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Making interior Scroll Cuts * When finished making the interior scrolt cuts , simply remove the blade from the . One of the features of tMs saw is , that it b _ ade ho _ ders , as described in the can be used to make scmt { cuts on the Assembly section , and remove the interior of a beard without breakir _ , g or board from the tabEe . cutting into the outIine or perimeter of the board . WARNING : To avoid injury from accidental starting , always turn switch " OFF " and remove plug from power source outlet before Install Blade Through removing or replacing the blade , Hole In Board • To make interior cuts in a board , remove the scroll saw blade as explained in the Assembty section . . Drill a t / 4 " or larger hole in the board you will use to make interior cuts . . Place the board on the saw table with the hole in the board ever the access hole in the table . • Instal ! the blade through the hole in the board and adjust blade tension . Choice of Blade and Speed Your scroll saw accepts a wide variety of als or when using faster saw speeds . 5 " plain end and pin end blades . As a • Use a blade that well have at least 2 general guide : teeth in the material at all times . " Use a finer tooth blade for cutting thin o Use thin , narrow blades for tight radius workpieee , when a smoother cut is work , and thick , wide blades for large required for hard materials orwhen curves and straight cuts . using slow saw speeds , Listed below are examples of some • Use a coarser tooth blade for cutting blades and their intended uses : thicker workpieces , when making straight cuts , for medium to soft mated - Pin and Plain end Blades Teeth / Width Thickness Speed Application Inch 20 , 029 " . 012 " 500 - Tight radius work ; 3 / 32 " to ! / 8 " 15 . 110 " . 018 " 6OO wood veneer , wood , bone , fiber , plastics , non - ferrous metals , etc . t2 . 5 . 038 " . 016 " 600 - Close radius cutting in materials 3 / 32 " 1200 1o 1 / 2 " thick . Good for hard and soft wood , bone , horn , pTastics , etc . I1 . 5 . 053 " , 0 ! 8 " ! 200 - For hard and soft woods and wood _ 10 . 110 " . 018 " 1700 like products 22
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P ! / aJnter _ r _ ce I WARN { NG : Fo _ you _ own safety , If push cont _ ' o _ knob " OFF " and ramove plug _ ro _ ' n _ owe _ sogrce I outlel before n ] air _ taini _ ; g ot ] ubri . , I caring you , r saw . I General , A , _ / Oc88SiOhal COat O _ pCSte ' _ ' _ ' _ ! _ XOn t _ 6 work table wii ! ai } ow t , 19 woo ( _ b _ . _ ing cut _ , _ , _ I " _ . . . . . _ . , _ # r _ , _ _ - _ - - _ 1o 9 _ _ e smeoth ! y 8c , o , ' _ : tie _ sork sur / u _ - - < ; Drawer - Apply oil sate for plastic to ci ; e _ wer ar < i guide as neeessa W keep finger knob thr ® ads c } e _ : _ nedand / di oled using al ou _ pose housei _ eid machine ( o _ motor ) o < _ ' , lolor / etectrica ! worn , cut or damaged in any way . _ ' he molor be _ dngs a _ e Dermanent ! y WARNING : _ f the power cord is ] Lhave it replaced immediately . lubricated andrequi _ enofuriher ub _ ica - tiom Do not attempt to oi ! tile motor beadn ¢ s trocutio _ ' < reassemble electric or s _ - , _ vice rise motor } tltei'nal parts parts with only approved service " WARNING : To avoid fire or eJec - , ] parts . Reassemble exactly as origi - , , . _ a ! ! y aseem _ ) ] ed . Arm Bearings Lubricate the arm ben . rings after i 0 _ - Y Arm i _ ours of use Re . oil a _ t _ : , r8very 50 hours / / . , ¢ Bea _ ings of use o [ whenever there is a squeak coming from the ben . rings TUFf ] S & W OFF _ Issi ( Je • Squirt a generous smoun ! of SAE 30 oil around the shait end and bronze heap - . . . . . . . . . . . w . . . , . , . , . _ . . : . _ . . . . / fi ing - Let the oil soak in overnight in this posi - tion - - i ) o Next day repeal the above p _ oced ' 4re < 4 - . for the opposite side of the saw Sears Recommends the Following Accessories Recommended Accessories Leg Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 22244 Blades . . . . . . . . See Sears Re ( si ! Store _ or 5 " ! ong Pl _ in E _ dPn End biades
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Troubleshooting . - . . WARNING _ For your own safety , turn switch " OFF " , and remove plug from power source outlet before troubleshooting your scroll saw , I , , , , , , , , , , , . , . . . . . . . . , , , , , , , , , , , , _ , , • ! Problem Probable Cause Remedy Schedule 1 . Adjust blade tension . i Breaking : 1 . Wrong tension 2 . Reduce feed rate . , , Blades . 2 . Over working blade . 3 . Use narrow blades for cutting thin - 3 . Wrong blade appli - wood . wide blades for thicker wood , cation . 4 . Avoid side pressure on blade . 14 . Twisting blade in wood , _ lain end blade 1 . Blade clamp not 1 . Tighten blade clamp . tightened slips within 2 . End of blade 2 . Roughen end of blade with emery blade clamp becomes burnished . ( 100 grit ) 3 . Ctean and oil threads . 3 . Dirty finger knob threads . i Motor will not 1 . Damaged cord or 1 . Replace damaged parts before using run . saw again . plug . 2 . Damaged motor or 2 . Consult Sears Service . Any attempt controt board . to repair this motor or control board may create a HAZARD unless repair is done by a qualified service techni * cian . Repair service is available at your nearest Sears Store . 1 . See mounting instructions in this Vibration 1 . Improper mounting NOTE : There of the saw . manual for proper mounting tech - witt always be nique . some vibration 2 . Unsuitable mount - 2 . The heavier your workbench is , the ing surface . less vibration will occur . A plywood present whenun - the Saw is r workbench will not be as good a work surface as the same size solid lum - ning because of the bla . de and ber . Use common sense in choosing arm m0vement . a mounting surface . 3 . Loose table 3 . Tighten table lock knob . 4 . Loose motor mount - 4 . Tighten motor mounting screws . ing . 1 . Turn machine " OFF " and then back Motor - stops dur - 1 . Aggressive feedingPro - causes Current " ON " to continue cutting . Slow down ing cuts : tector to shut motor the feed rate of material into blade . off ; 2 . Excessive sawdust 2 . Clean sawdust from under unit . under unit may bind linkage , causing current protector to shut motor off . 24
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Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WARNING : To avoid fire or shock , use only recommended service parts and reassemble exactly as 1 originally assembled . Ground Switch sc _ Black ) I _ n _ O ! ' _ : 2 : U _ . . Board Cord w / Plug rj _ = - _ Ground Screw 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _
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For the repair orreplacement par _ syou need Gall7 am - 7 pro , 7 days a week 1 - 800 - 366 _ PART ( 1 - 800 - 365 - 7278 ) For in - homemajor brandrepair service Call 24 hours a day , 7 days aweek ° 8OO - 4 _ REPAIR ( 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 ) For the location of a Sears RepairService Centerin your area Call 24 hours a day , 7 days a week t - 800 - 488 - 1222 Forinformation onpurchasinga Sears Maintenance Agreementor to inquire about an existing Agreement Oall 9 am _ 5 prn , Monday - Saturday t - 800 - 827 - 6655 SEARS America's Repair Specialists The model and serial numbers will be found attached to right side of arm housing , When requesting service or ordering parts , always provide the follow ' ing information : o Product Type o Model Number • Part Number • Part Description Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . Part No . SP5837 Form No . SP5837 - 2 Printed in U . S . A . 7 / 97
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