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Operator's Manual 15Amp 3 HP ( Max . Developed ) 12 " Blade 4200 R . P . M . SLIDING COMPOUND MITER SAW With Laser Model 137.212060 e Safety Instructions CAUTION : e Installation Before using this Sliding Miter Saw , e Operation read this manual and follow e Maintenance all its Safety Rules and e Parts List Operating Instructions Customer Help Line 1 - 800 - 843 - 1682 Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . Visit our Craftsman website : www . sears . com / craltsman Pan No . : 137212060001
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SECTION PAGE SECTION PAGE Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Know Your Sliding Miter Saw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Product Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Power Tool Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Compound Miter Saw Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Electrical Requirements and Safety . . . . . . 4 - 5 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Accessories and Attachments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6 . . . Tools Needed For Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 TroubleshooIJngGuide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Carton Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 FULL ON E YEAR WARRANTY If this tool fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within one year of date of purchase , Sears will at its option repair or replace it free of charge . Return this tool to a Sears Service Center for repair , or to place of purchase for replacement . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which may , vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Dept . 817 WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 Some dust created I _ y power sanding , sawing , grinding , drilling and other construction activities contains chemicals known ( to the State of California ) to cause cancer , birl _ defects or other reproductive harm . Some examples of these chemicals are : Lead from lead - based paints • Crystalline silica from bricks , cement and other masonry products • Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber Your risk from these exposures varies , depending on how often you do this type of work . To reduce your e : _ posure to these chemicals , work in a well ventilated area and work with approved safety equipment such as dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles . MOTOR BLADE SIZE Power Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 " 120 VAC , 60HZ , 15Amp Arbor size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 " v / a 5 / 8 " reducer Horsepower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3PP ( Max . Developed ) 4200 I _ M ( ' Noload ) Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rotating Table : Brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electric Diameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 - W16 " D _ bte Insulated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yes 0 , 15 , 22.5 , 31.6 , 45 ° Mter Detent Stops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lvlotorArbor Shaft Size . . . . . . . . . 5 _ " RL & L . 60 ° R MITER SAW BevelPositiv _ Stops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 , 33.9 , 45 ° R & L Base Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 " x 16 - 3 / 4 " Cutting Capacity : Crosscu . t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 . " . . x . 1.2 . - . 1 / # ' ExtensionTak ) le . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yes Mter45 ° R , & L ; . 60 ° F _ . . . . . . . . . . 66Lbs 4 " × 6 - 1 / 4 " R & L ; 4 " × 8 - 3 / 4 " R NetWeight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bevel45 ° R & L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 1 / 2 " × 12 - 1 / 4 " LI 1 - 3 / 4 " x12 - I / 4 " R 45 ° tvltearnd45 ° BeveiR & L . . . 2 - 1 / 2 " × 8 - 3 / 4 " 60 ° Mterand45 ° BeveiR . . . . . . . . 3 / 4 " x 6 . - 1 / 4 " To avoid electrical hazards , fire hazards or damage to the tool , use proper circuit protection . This tool is wired at the factory for 110 - 120 Volt operation . It must be connected to a 110 - 120 Volt / 15 Ampere time delay fuse or circuit breaker . To avoid shock or fire , replace power cord immediately if it is worn , cut or damaged in any way . Before using your tool , it is criticai that you read and understand these safety rules . Failure to follow these rules could result in serious injury to you or damage to the tool .
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 13 . WEAR A FACE MASK OR DUST MASK . Sawing BEFORE USING THE SLIDING MITER SAW operation produces dust . 14 . SECURE WORK . Use clamps or avise to hold work when practical . It's safer t _ an using your hand and it Safety is a combination of commonsense , staying alert frees both hands to operate tool . and knowing how to use your sliding miter saw . To avoid mistakes that could cause serious injury , do not 15 . DISCONNECT TOOLS before the servicing , and plug the tool inuntil you have read and understood the when changing accessories such as blades , bits and following . cutters . 1 . READ and become farniliarwith the entire Operators 16 . REDUCE THE RISK OF UNINTENTIONAL Manual . LEARN the tool's application , limitations and STARTING . Make sure switch is in the OFF position possible hazards . before plugging the tool in . 2 . KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in working order . 17 . USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES . Consult this 3 . REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES . Operators Manual for recommended accessories . Form the habit of checking to see that keys andl The use of improperaccessories may cause riskof adjustingwrenches are removed from the too before injury to yourself or others . turning ON . 18 . NEVER STAND ON THE TOOL . Serious injury could 4 . KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN . Cluttered areas and occur if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool is benches invite accidents . unintentionally contacted . 5 . DON'T USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS , Don't use power tools in damp locations , or expose 19 . CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS . Before further use them to rain or snow . Keep work area well lighted . of the tool , a guard or otherpartthat is damaged should be carefullycheckedto determinethat itwill 6 . KEEP CHILDREN AWAY . All visitors and bystanders operate properlyandperformits intendedfunction - should be kept a safe distance from work area . check for alignmentof moving parts , bindingofd moving parts , breakageof parts , mounting , an any 7 . MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF with padlocks , other conditionsthat may affect itsoperation . A guard master switches , or by removing starter keys . or other partthat is damaged shouldbe properly 8 . DON'T FORCE THE TOOL . Itwill do the job better repaired orreplaced . and safer at the rate for which itwas designed . 20 . NEVER LEAVE THE TOOL RUNNING UNATTENED . 9 . USE THE RIGHT TOOL . Do not force the tool or an TURN THE POWER " OFF " . Don't walk away from a attachment to do a job for which it was not designed . running tool untilthe blade comes to a complete stop 10 . USE PROPER EXTENSION CORDS . Make sure & unplug the unit . your extension cord is in good condition . When using an extension cord , be sure to use one heavy enough 21 . DON'T OVERREACH . Keep proper footing and balance at all times . to carry the current your product will draw . An undersized cord will result in a drop in line voltage and in loss of power which will cause the tool to 22 . MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE . Keep tools sharp overheat . The table on page 5 shows the correct size and clean for best and safest performance . Follow to use depending on cord length and nameplate instructions for lubricating and changing accessories . ampere rating . If in doubt , use the next heavier gauge . The smaller the gauge number , the heavier the cord . 23 . WARNING : Dust generated from certain materials can be hazardous to your health . Always operate s _ rw 11 . WEAR PROPER APPAREL . Do not wear loose in well - ventilated area and provide for proper dust clothing , gloves , neckties , rings , bracelets , or other removal . jewelry which may get caught in moving parts . Nonslip footwear is recommended . Wear protective 24.1MPORTAN ' F : After completing a cut , release the hair covering to contain long hair , power switch and wait for the blade to stop before returning the saw to the raised position . 12 . ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION . Any power tool can throw foreign objects into the eyes and could cause permanent eye damage . ALWAYS wear Safety Goggles ( not glasses ) that comply with ANSI Safety Laser is acSvated when blade is rotating . Do not stare standard Z87 . 1 Everyday eyeglasses have only into beam or view directly with optical instruments . Do impact - resistance lenses . not remove the warning label affixed to the blade TheyARE NOT safety glasses , Safety guard . Avoid direct eye contact with light source . Goggles are available at Sears . NOTE : Glasses or goggles not in compliance with , Z _ lSI Z87 . 1 could seriously injure you when they break . i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _ i ! ! _
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SPECIFICSAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR 18 . NEVER reach around the saw blade . THIS SLIDING MITER SAW 19 . MAKE SURE the blade is not contacting the workpiece before the switch is turned ON . The right side sliding fence must be removed when 20 . IMPORTANT : After completing the cut , release the making any right bevel angle cuts greater than 35 ° in power switch and wait for the blade to stop before combination with any right hand miter angle . returning the saw to the raised position . This fence must also be removed whenever a 45 _ ' bevel angle is desired with a miter angle greater than 22.5 ° . 21 . MAKE SURE the blade has come to a complete stop before removing or securing the workpiece , changing 1 . USE ONLY CROSS - CUTTING SAW BLADES . When the workpiece angle , or changing the angle of the using carbide tipped blades , make sure they have a blade . nega _ ve hook angle . IMPORTANT : DO NOT USE THIN KERF BLADES - they can deflect and contact 22 . NEVER cut metals or masonry products with this tool . guard and can cause possible injuryto the operator . This miter saw is designed for use on wood and wood - like products . 2 . DO NOT operate the miter saw until it is completely assembled and installed according to these 23 . NEVER cut small pieces . If the workpiece being cut instructions . would cause your hand or fingers to be within 8 - 3 / 4 " inches of the saw blade the workpiece is too small . 3 . IF YOU ARE NOT thoroughly familiar with the operation of miter saws , seek guidance from your 24 . PROVIDE adequate support to the sides of the saw supervisor , instructor , or other qualified person . table for long work pieces . 25 . NEVER use the miter saw inan areawith flammable 4 . ALWAYS hold the work firmly against the fence and table . DO NOT perform any operation free hand ( use liquids or gases , clamp wherever possible ) . 26 . NEVER use solvents to clean plastic parts . Solvents 5 . KEEP HANDS out of the path of the saw blade . If the could possibly dissolve or otherwise damage the workpiece you are cut _ ng would cause your hands to material . be within 8 - 3 / 4 " inches of the saw blade , the workpiece should be clamped in place before making 27 . SHUT OFF the power before servicing or adjusting the cut . the tool . 6 . BE SURE the blade is sharp , runs freely , and is free 28 . DISCONNECT the saw from the power source and of vibration . clean the machine when finished using . 7 . ALLOW the motor to come up to full speed before 29 . MAKE SURE the work area is clean before leaving the machine . starting a cut . 8 . KEEP THE MOTORAIR SLOTS CLEAN and free of 30 . SHOULD any part of your miter saw be missing , chips or dust . damaged , or fail in any way , or any electrical component fail to perform properly , shut off the switch 9 . ALWAYS MAKE SURE all handles are tight and and remove the plug from the power supply outlet . locked in position before cutting . Lock the quick Replace missing , damaged , or failed parts before cam miter lock for every cut even if the table is resuming operation . positioned in one of the positive stops . 10 . BE SURE both the blade and the collars are clean and the arbor bolt is securely tightened . ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS 11 . USE only blade collars specified for your saw . POWER SUPPLYAND MOTOR 12 . NEVER use blades larger or smaller in diameter SPECIFICATIONS than 12 - inches . The AC motor used in this saw is a universal , 13 . NEVER apply lubricants to the blade when it is nonreversible type . See " MOTOR " in the " PRODUCT running . SPECIFICATIONS " section on page 2 . t4 . ALIi _ AYS check the blade for cracks or damage before operation . Replace a cracked or damaged To avoid electrical hazards , fire hazards , or damage to blade immediately . the tool , use proper circuit protection . Your saw is wired t5 . NEVER use blades recommended for operation at at the factory for 120V operation . Connect to a 120V , 15 less than 4200 RPM Amp circuit and use a 15 amp . time delay fuse or circuit breaker . To avoid shock or fire , if power cord is worn or 16 . USE the blade guards at all times . cut , or damaged in any way , have it replaced immediately . 17 . ALWAYS keep the blade guards in place . 4
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DOUBLE INSULATED 4 . FUSES may " blow " or circuit breakers may trip The power tool is double insulated to provide a double frequently if : thickness of insulation between you and tool's electrical a . MOTOR is overloaded - overloading can occur if system . All exposed metal parts are isolated from the you feed too rapidly or make too many start / stops internal metal motor components with protecting insulation . in a short time . b . LINE VOLTAGE is more than 10 % above or below Replacement parts - When servicing use only identical the nameplate voltage rating . For heawt loads , the replacement parts . voltage at motor terminals must equal the voltage specified on the nameplate . Polarized plugs - This saw has a plug that looks like bhe c . IMPROPER or dull saw blades are used . one shown below : 5 . Most motor troubles may be traced to loose or incorrect connections , overload , low voltage or inadequate power supply wiring . Always check the connections , the load and supply circuit if the motor doesn't run well . Check minimum gauge for the length of cord you are using on the chart below . GUIDELINES FOR EXTENSION CORDS Use a proper extension cord . Make sure your extension To reduce the risk of electrical shock , this saw has a cord is in good condition . When using an extension cord , polarized plug ( one blade is wider than the other ) . This be sure to use one heavy enough to carry the current your plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way . If the plug product will draw . An undersized cord will cause a drop in does not fit fully in the outlet , reverse the plug . If it still line voltage , resulting in loss of power and cause does not fit , contact a qualified electrician to install the overheating . The table below shows the correct size to use proper outlet . Do not change the plug in any way . depending on cord length and nameplate ampere rating . If in doubt , use the next heavier gauge . The smaller the Double insulation does not take the place of normal safety gauge number , the heavier the cord . precautions when operating this tool . Be sure your extension cord is properly wired and in To avoid electrocution : good condition . Always replace a damaged extension cord 1 . Use only identical replacement parts when servicing a or have it repaired by a qualified person before using it . tool with double insulation . Servicing should be performed Protect your extension cords from sharp objects , excessive by a qualified technician . heat and damp or wet areas . 2 . Do not use power tools in wet or damp locations or expose them to rain or snow . Use a separate electrical circuit for your tools . This circuit must not be less than # 12 wire and should be This tool is intended for indoor use only . protected with a 15 Amp time delay fuse . Before MOTOR SAFETY PROTECTION connecting the tool to the power line , make sure the switch IMPORTANT : is in the OFF position and the electric current is rated the To avoid motor damage , the motor should be blown out or same as the current stamped on the motor nameplate , vacuumed frequently to keep sawdust from interfering with running at a lower voltage will damage the motor . the motor ventilation . 1 . CONNECT this saw to a 120V , 15 amp . circuit with a 15 amp . time delay fuse or circuit breaker . Using the wrong ( When using 120 volts only ) size fuse can damage the motor . Ampere Rating Total length of cord in feet 2 . If the motor won't start , release the trigger switch if ] ore th _ n not mofe thZ _ R 25 ' 50 ' 100 ' 150 ' 3 6 18 16 16 14 immediately . UNPLUG THE S / _ v _ . Check the saw blade 10 18 16 14 12 to make sure it turns freely . If the blade is free , tryto 10 12 16 16 14 12 start the saw again . If the motor still does not start , refer 12 16 14 12 notrecommended to the " TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE " CAUTION : In allcases make certain the receptacle in 3 . IF the tool suddenly stalls while cutting wood , release question is properly grounded . If you are not sure have a the trigger switch , unplug the tool , and free the blade certified electrician , check the receptacle . from the wood . The saw may now be started and the cut finished .
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RECOM MENDED ACCESSORIES • Use only accessories recommended for this miter saw . Follow instructions that accompany accessories . Use of improper accessories may cause hazards . • The use of any cutting tool except 12 inch saw blades that meet the requirements under recommended accessories is prohibited . Do not use accessories such as shaper cutters or dado sets . Ferrous metal cutting , the use of abrasive wheels and the cutting of masonry products are prohibited . • Do not attempt to modify this tool or create accessories not recommended for use with this tool . Any such alteration or modification is misuse and could result in a hazardous condition leading to possible serious injury . ACCESSORIES Visit your Sears Hardware Depar _ nent or see the Sears Power and Hand Tool Catalog to purchase recommended accessories for this power tool . To avoid the risk of personal injury , do not modify this power tool or use accessories not recommended by Sears . Read warnings and conditions on your carbide tipped saw blade . Do not operate the saw without the proper saw blade guard in place . Carbide is avery hard but brittle material . Care should be taken while mounting , using , and storing carbide tipped blades to prevent accidental damage . Slight shocks , such as striking the tip while handling , can seriously damage the blade . Foreign objects in the workpiece , such as wire or nails , can also cause tips to crack or break off . Before using , always visually examine the blade and tips for bent teeth , cracks , breakage , missing or loose tips , or other damage . Do not use if damage is suspected . Failure to heed to these safety instructions and warnings can result in serious bodily injury .
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3 , Separate all parts from the packing material . Check UNPACKING YOUR SLIDING MITER SAW each one with the illustration to make certain all items are accounted for , before discarding any To avoid injury from unexpected starting or electrical packing material . shock , do not plug the power cord into a source of power during unpacking and assembly . This cord must remain unplugged whenever you are working on the saw . If any part is missing or damaged , do not attempt to assemble the miter saw , or plug in the power cord until ] . Remove the miter saw from the carton . the missing or damaged part is correctly replaced . To IMPORTANT : Do not lift the miter saw by the switch avoid electric shock , use only identical replacement parts handle or miter table handle . It may cause when servicing double insulated tools . misalignment . Lift the machine by the built in carry handles . 2 . Place the saw on a secure stationary work surface . Blade Wrench Dust Bag Power Cord _ orage Clip Mounting Hardware Power Cord Storage Clips Hold - down Clamp Hold - down Clamp Miter Saw Lock Knob
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Carry Handle Upper Blade Guard Handle Locking Lever Motor Cutting Head Handle Saw Blade ON / OFF Trigger Switch Bevel Scale Lower Blade Guard Hold Down Clamp Sliding Fence Base Miter Lock Handle Left Extension Table Bevel Lock Handle f Turntable Mounting Holes Slide Carriage Slide Carriage Lock Handle Belt cover Right Extension Table Quick - Cam Miter Table insert Table Lock
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CRAFTSMAN SLIDING COMPOUND MITER SWITCH HANDLE - The cutting head handle contains the SAW TERMS 1rigger switch and a safety lock - off slide switch . The blade is lowered into the workpiece by pushing down on the ARBOR LOCK - Allows the user to keep the blade from handle . The saw will return to its upright position when the rotating while tightening or loosening the arbor Ioct _ ng bolt handle is released . during blade replacement or removal . BASE - Supports the table , holds accessories and allows WARNING LABELS - Read and understand for your own for workbench or leg set mounting . safety . Always make certain these are in place & legible . BEVEL LOCKING HANDLE - Locks the miter saw at a WRENCH STORAGE - Convenient storage to prevent desired bevel angle . misplacing the blade wrench . BEVEL SCALE - To measure the bevel angle of the saw blade 0 ° to 45 ° left and right . WOODWORKING TERMS COVER PLATE SCREW - Loosen this screw and rotate ARBOR - The shaft on which a blade is mounted . the plate for access to the blade arbor Iocl _ ng bolt . DUST CHUTE - Exhausts debris away from the user . BEVEL CUT - An angle cut made through the face of the workpiece . EXTENSION TABLE - Extends the width of the work table for support while cutting long work pieces . Each extension COMPOUND CUT - A simultaneous bevel and miter cut . table incorporates a stop lever for repetitive cuts . CROSS CUT - A cut made across the width or grain of the FENCE - Helps to keep the workpiece from moving when workpiece . sawing . Scaled to assistwithaccuratecuing . FREEHAND - Performing a cut without using a fence RETRACTABLE LOWER BLADE GUARD - Helps protect ( guide ) , hold down or other proper device to prevent the your hands from the blade in the raised position , it retracts w _ rkpiece from twisting during the cutting operation . as the blade is lowered . GUM - A sticky sap from wood products . MITER HANDLE - Used to rotate the saw to the right or left cuttingposition . HEEL - Misalignment of the blade . MITER SCALE - Measures the miter angle of the saw KERF - The amount of material removed by blade cut . blade . Positive stop index points have been provided at 0 ' s , 15 ° , 22.5 ° , 31.6 _ ' and 45 ° right and left , and 60 ° right . MITER CUT - An angle cut made across the width or grain of the workpiece . MITER SPRING LOCK - Used in combination with the miter handle , it locks the miter saw at a preset positive stop RESIN - A sticky sap that has hardened . for the desired miter angle . REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE ( RPM ) - The number of MOUNTING HOLES - To mount the miter saw to a stable turns completed by a spinningobject inone minute . surface . SAW BLADE PATH - The area of the workpiece or table ON / OFF TRIGGER SWITCH - To prevent the trigger from top directly in line with the travel of the blade or the part of being accidentally engaged , a lock - off slide switch is the workpiece which will be cut . provided . To start the tool , push the lock - off slide switch forward and squeeze the trigger . Release the trigger to SET - The distance between two saw blade tips , bent stop the miter saw . outward in opposite directions to each other . The further apart the tips are , the greater the set . STOP LATCH - Locks the miter saw in the lowered position for compactstorage andtransportation . WORKPIECE - The item being cut . The surfaces of a workpiece are commonly referred to as faces , ends , and edges .
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ASSEM BLY INSTRUCTIONS Fig . B To avoid injury , do not connect this miter saw to the power source until it is completely assembled and adjusted , and you have read and understood this Operators Manual . UNLOCKING THE SLIDE CARRIAGE ( Fig , A ) Afl _ r removing the saw from the carton , loosen the slide carriage lock knob . When transporting or storing the miter saw , the slide carriage should always be locked in position . The carriage lock handle ( 1 ) is located on the right side of the slide carriage . / 4 Fig . A INSTALLING THE DUST BAG ( Fig . C ) 1 . To install the dust bag ( 1 ) , squeeze the metal collar wings ( 2 ) and place the dust bag neck opening around the exhaust port ( 3 ) , and release the metal collar wings . Fig . C \ \ LOCK THE CUTTING HEAD ( Fig . B ) To avoid injury and damage to the saw , transport or INSTALLING THE SAFETY HOLD - DOWN CLAMP store the miter saw with the cutting head in the down ( Fig . D ) position . NEVER use the lock pin to hold the cutting head in a down position for cutting operations . 1 . Insert one safety hold - down clamp lock knob ( 1 ) into the rear of the base of the machine for each side . To unlock the cutting head from the collapsed position : 2 . Place the Safety hold - down Clamp ( 2 ) into the 1 . Push down slightly on the cutting head ( 2 ) . mounting hole . 2 . Pull outthelockpin ( 3 ) . 3 . Allow the cutting head to rise to the uppermost position . Fig . D When transporting or storing the miter saw , the cutting head should always be locked in the down position : 1 . Push the cutting head ( 2 ) down to the collapsed position . 2 . Push the lock pin ( 3 ) into the locking hole ( 4 ) . IMPORTANT : To avoid damage , never carry the miter saw by the switch handle , the cutting arm , or the miter table handle . ALWAYS use the designated carrying handles located on the top of the machine .
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POWER CORD BRACKETS ( Fig . E ) • Do not start the sliding compound miter saw For convenience and to prevent damage to the power without checking for interference between the cord when the miter saw is not in use or is in blade and table insert . Damage could result to the transportation , the slide carriage has two brackets on blade , table insert or turntable if blade strike occurs the rear for cord storage . To assembly these brackets : during the cutting operation . 1 . To remove , loosen and remove the six screws ( 1 ) 1 . Attach each power cord bracket ( 2 ) to the rear of on the table insert ( 2 ) with a screwdriver and remove the insert . slide - bar seat with one mounting screw ( 1 ) , 2 . To install , reposition the table insert , install the six screws and tighten . Fig . E 3 . Check for blade clearance by moving the slide carriage through the full motion of the blade in the table slot . Fig . H mi S , _ IN BLADE WRENCH ( Fig . F ) 2 For convenient storage and prevention of loss , there is a slot ( 1 ) located atthe left rear foot of the base for storing the blade wrench ( 2 ) . MOUNTING THE MITER S / _ f ( Fig . I , J ) Fig . F To avoid injury form unexpected saw movement : • Disconnect the power cord from the outlet , and lock the cutting head in the lower position using the lock pin . ° Lockthe slide carriage in place in place by tightening the slide carriage lock knob . ° To avoid back injury , lift the saw by using the designated carrying handles located on the top of the machine . Bend with your knees , not your back . • Never carry the miter saw by the power cord or by the switch handle . Carrying the tool by the power cord could cause damage to the insulation or the wire connections resulting in elecb'ic shock or fire . • To avoid injury from flying debris , do not allow To avoid injury disconnect the plug from the power visitors to stand near the saw during all cuing source before performing any adjustments or repair . operations . NOTE : Your miter saw was adjusted at the factory . However , during shipment slight misalignment Mounting instructions may have occurred . Check the following settings and 1 . For stationary use , place the saw in the desired adjust if necessary prior to using this miter saw . location , directly on a workbench where there is room for handling and proper support of the REMOVINGAND INSTALLING THE TABLE INSERT workpiece . The base of the saw has four mounting ( Fig . H ) holes . Bolt the base of the miter saw ( 1 ) to the work surface ( 5 ) , using the fastening method as shctwn in To avoid injury : • Always unplug the saw to avoid accidental starting . Remove all small pieces of material from the table cavity before performing any cuts . The table insert may be removed for this purpose , but always reattach the table insert prior to performing a cutting operation . ] : t
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5 . Rotate the cover plate ( 3 ) to expose the arbor bolt Fig . I ( 4 ) . 1 . Miter saw base 6 . Place the blade end wrench over the arbor bolt . Hex head bolt 2 . S Rubber washer Fig . K 4 . Flat washer I I I I Workbench Flat washer 5 . . _ Ii 7 . Lock " washer Hex nut 9 . Jam nut NOTE : Mounting hardware is not included with this 1 tool . Bolts nuts , washers , & screws must be purchased separately . 2 1 . For portable use , place the saw on a 3 / 4 " thick piece of plywood . Bolt the base of the miter saw / * securely to the plywood using the mounting holes / / on the base . Use C - clamps to clamp this mounting board to a stable work surface at the worksite . ( Fig , J ) 7 . Locate the arbor lock ( 5 ) on the motor , below the belt Fig . J cover . ( Fig . L ) 8 . Press the arbor lock , holding it in firmly while turning the blade clockwise . The arbor lock will then engage and lock the arbor . Continue to hold the arbor lock , while turning the vcrench clockwise to loosen the arbor bolt . i 9 . Remove the arbor bolt , the laser collar ( 6 ) , and the REMOVING OR INSTALLING THE BLADE blade ( 7 ) . Do not remove the inner blade collar . ( Fig . IV ] ) 10 . Raise the lower clear plastic blade guard ( 1 ) to the Only use a 12 - inch diameter blade . upright position ( Fig . K ) to remove the blade . To avoid injury from an accidental start , make sure the switch is in the OFF position and plug is not NOTE : Pay attention to the pieces removed , noting connected to the power source outlet . their position and direction they face . Wipe the blade collars clean of any sawdust before installing a new REMOVING ( Fig . K , L , lVl ) blade . Also , the 12 " blade has a 1 " arbor hole with a 5 / 8 " reducer to mount onto the saw . 1 . Unplug the saw from the outlet 2 . Raise the miter saw to the upright position . 3 . Raise the lower clear plastic blade guard ( ! ) to the uppermost position . ( Fig , K ) 4 . While holding the lower blade guard , loosen the cover plate screw ( 2 ) with a Phillips screwdriver .
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Fig . M BEVEL STOP ADJUSTM ENTS ( Fig . N , N - l , N - 2 , O ) NOTE : To ensure accurate cuts , alignment should be checked and adjustments made prior to use . 0 ° Bevel adjustment ( Fig N , N - 2 , O ) 1 , Loosen bevel lock handle ( 4 - Fig . O ) and tilt the cutting arm while pushing inthe bevel detent pin ( 1 - Fig . N - 21 in against the 0 ° bevel stop . Tighten the bevel lock handle . 2 . Place a combination square on the miter table with the rule against the table and heel of the square against the saw blade . 6 4 7 3 , If the blade is not 0 ° to the miter table , loosen the four adjustment bolts ( 1 - Fig . N ) at the rear of the unit with a 5 mm hex wrench . Unlock the bevel lock handle and adjust the cutting arm zero degrees to INSTALLING BLADE ( Fig . K , L , M ) the table . Tighten the bevel lock handle and the four he × bolts after alignment is achieved . Un - plug the miter saw before changing / installing the blade , Fig . N 1 . Install a 12 " blade with a 5f8 " arbor ( or a 1 " arbor with a 5 / 8 " reducer ) making sure the rotation arrow on the blade matches the clockwise rotation arrow on the upper guard , and the blade teeth are pointing downward . 2 . Place the laser collar ( 4 ) against the blade and on the arbor . Thread the arbor bolt ( 6 ) on the arbor . ( Fig . M ) in a counterclockwise direction . IMPORTANT : Make sure the flats of the blade collars are engaged with the fiats on the arbor shaft . Also , the flat - side of the laser collar must be placed against the Bevel Scale Indicators ( Fig . N - l ) blade . 1 . When the 0 ° bevel adjustment is complete , adjust 3 . Place the blade wrench on the arbor bolt . both indicators ( 2 ) so the tip of the pointers align with 4 . Press the arbor lock ( 5t , holding it in firmly while the 0 ° line on the bevel scale ( 3 ) by loosening the turning the blade counterclockwise . When it pointer screw ( 11 using a screwdriver then retighten engages , continue to press the arbor lock in , while the screw after adjustment is complete . tightening the arbor bolt securely , ( Fig . L ) Fig . N - 1 5 . Rotate the cover plate ( 3 ) backto its original position until the slot in the cover plate engages with the cover plate screw ( 21 . While holding the lower blade guard , tighten the screw with a Phillips screwdriver . ( Fig . L ) NOTE : The lower blade guard must be raised to the upright position to access the cover plate screw . 6 . Lower the clear retractable blade guard ( 1 ) and verify 2 the operation of the guard does not bind or stick . ( Fig . 7 K ) 7 . Be sure the arbor lock is released so the blade 3 turns freely by spinning the blade until the arbor lock disengages , 6 5NOTE • Make sure the collars are clean and properly : View from left front of machine arranged . Lower the blade into the lower table and check for any contact with the base or the turn table 45 ° Left Bevel Positive Stop Adjustment by spinning the blade manually . ( Fig . N - l , N - 2 , O ) • Make sure the collars are clean and properly 1 . Set the miter angle to zero degrees . Fully extend arranged . Lover the blade into the lower table and the sliding fence completely to the left then pull the check for any contact with the metal base or the turn bevel detent pin ( 1 - Fig . N - 2 t toward the front of table by spinning the blade manually . the machine , NOTE : When retracting the bevel
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3 . Using a combination square , check to see if the detent pin , it may be required to shift the miter saw blade is 33.9 ° to the table . upper arm assembly to the left / right . 4 . To adjust , turn the screw in or out with a wrench 2 . Loosen the bevel lock handle ( 4 - Fig . O ) and tilt ( from the locations shown below ) until the blade is the cutting arm completely to the left . 33.9 ° to the table . ( Fig . N3 ) 3 . Using a combination square , check to see if the blade is 45 ° to the table . 5 . Repeat steps for the right bevel 33.9 ° bevel 4 . To adjust , tilt the cutting arm to zero degrees , adjustment . For } 3.9 _ 1 _ b _ , ' elpc _ itivestop loosen the Iocknut ( 5 ) and turn the bolt ( 6 ) in or out adju _ ment , insert wrench Fig . N - 3 accordingly . ( Fig . N - l ) here 5 . Tiltthe cutting arm backto the left and recheck alignment . 6 . Repeat steps until the blade is 45 ° to the table . Once alignment is achieved , tighten the Iocknut ( 5 ) to secure the positive stop bolt . ( Fig . N - l ) Fig . N - 2 For 33.9 _ left beve ! positive s _ op adjL _ trnent , insert _ ranch here NOTE : View from rear of machine 6 MITERANGLE ADJUSTMENT ( Fig . O ) 5 The sliding compound miter saw scale can be easily read showing miter angles from 0 ° to 45 ° to the left , and 0 ° to 60 ° to the right . The most common angle cut setting slots have positive stops , permitting fast adjustments to the desired position . Follow the process NOTE : View from rear of machine below for quickest and most accurate adjustments . 1 . Lift up on the miter quick lock to unlock the table . 45 ° Right Bevel Positive Stop Adjustment 2 . Move the turntable while lifting up on the positive ( Fig . N - 2 , O ) stop locking lever ( 1 ) to align the indicator ( 2 ) to 1 . Set the miter angle to zero degrees , Fully extend the desired degree measurement . the sliding fence completely to the right then pull 4 . Lock the table into position by pressing down on the miter quick lock . the bevel detent pin ( 1 - Fig . N - 2 ) toward the front of the machine . NOTE : When re _ acting the bevel Fig . O detent pin , it may be required to shift the miter saw upper arm assembly to the left / right . 2 . Loosen the bevel lock handle ( 4 - Fig . O ) and tilt the cutting arm completely to the right . 3 . Using a combination square , check to see if the blade is 45 ° to the table . 4 . To adjust , tiltthe cutting arm to zero degrees , loosen the Iocknut ( 5 ) and turn the bolt ( 6 ) in or out accordingly , ( Fig , N - 2 ) 3 5 . Tilt the cutting arm back to the right and recheck 2 alignment . 6 . Repeat steps untilthe blade is 45 " to the table , Miter Scale indicator ( Fig . O ) Once alignment is achieved , tighten the Iocknut ( 5 ) 1 , Move the table to the 0 ° positive stop . to secure the positive stop bolt . ( Fig , N - 2 ) 2 . Loosen the screw ( 3 ) that holds the indicator with a screwdriver , 33.9 ° Left & Right Bevel adjustment ( Fig . N - 3 ) 3 , Adjust the indicator ( 21 ) to the 0 ° mark and retighten 1 . Set the miter angle to zero degrees . Fully extend screw . both sliding fences . 2 . Loosen the bevel lock handle and tilt cutting arm to the 33.9 ° left bevel positive stop by pushing in on the bevel detent pin toward the rear of the machine .
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To Square Blade to Fence ( Fig . P ) : 2 . While holding the positive stop locking lever up ( 2 ) , 1 . Turn the upper arm assemblyto the 0 ° bevel grasp the miter handle and move the miter table left position and lock in position . or right to the desired angle . 2 . Using a hex keywrench , loosen the four fence 3 . Release the positive stop locking lever . . locking hex socket bolts ( 1 ) untilthe fence ( 2 ) is 4 . Press down on the Miter Quick - Cam locking lever loose . ( 3 ) until it locks the miter table in place . 3 . Lower the cutting head assembly and lock it in the NOTE : The miter Quick - Cam locking lever should down position withthe stop pin . lock the table and prevent it from moving . If 4 . Using a combination square ( 3 ) , lay the heel of the adjustment is needed , see next step . square against the blade , and the rule against the fence ( 2 ) as shown . Check to see if the fence is Quick - Cam Miter Table Lock Adjustment : ( Fig . Q ) 90 ° to the blade . 1 . Press down and lock the Quick - cam the miter 5 . If an adjustment is necessary , shift the fence until it quick - cam table lock . is square to the blade . _ ghten the four fence 2 . Turn the stop nut ( 5 ) to the left as shown using a locking bolts ( 1 ) once alignment is achieved . 13ram wrench to extend the locking arm against the CAUTION : If the saw has not been used recently , base of the miter saw . recheck blade squareness to the fence and 3 . Test the quick cam miter lock to verify it locks the readjust if needed . table into position securely . 4 . Turn the lock nut ( 6 ) to the right as shown to lock the miter locking mechanism into place . To avoid injury : Form unexpected starting or electrical shock , do not Fig . Q plug the saw in . The power cord MUST remain unplugged when you are working on the saw . Fig . P 5 4 1 2 Setting Cutting Depth ( Fig . R ) The depth of cut can be preset for even and repetitive shallow cuts . 1 . Adjustthe cutting head down until the teeth of the blade are at the desired depth of cut . 2 . While holding the upper arm in position , turn the Positive Stop Miter Angle Adjustment : ( Fig . Q ) stop knob ( 1 ) until it touches the stop plate ( 2 ) . 1 . Unlock the miter table by lifting up on the miter 3 . Recheck the blade depth by moving the cutting quick - cam table lock ( 3 ) . head front to back through the full motion of a 2 . While raising the positive stop locking lever up ( 2 ) , typical cut along the conb'ol arm . grasp the miter handle and rotate the miter table left or right to the desired angle . Fig . R 3 . Release the positive stop locking lever and set the miter at the desired angle making sure the lever snaps into place . NOTE : The lever will only lock into place at one of the ten positive stops . 4 . Once angle is achieved , press down on the quick - cam miter table lock ( 3 - Fig . ( 3 ) . Quick - Cam Miter Table Lock Operation : ( Fig . Q ) If miter angles required are NOT one of the ten positive stops noted above , the mitertable can be locked at any angle between these positive stops I _ yusing the Miter Quick - Cam table lock . 1 . Unlock the miter table by lifting up on the miter quick - cam table lock ( 3 ) .
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Maximum Cut'dng Depth ( Fig . R ) The maximum depth trawl of the cutting head was set at the factory , Check to see that the cutting head does not extend more than 1 / 4 " belowthe table insert , and does not touch the control arm throat or any part of the base or table . Ifthe maximum depth needs readjusting : 1 . Loosen the bolts ofthe stop plate ( 2 ) . 2 . Move the cutting head down untilthe blade extends just 1 / 4 " below the table insert . 3 . Adjust the stop place to touch the bottom of the stop knob ( 1 ) when the stop knob is raised fully . 4 . Recheck the blade depth by moving the cutting head fTont to back through the full motion of a cut along the control arm . If the blade touches the inside of the control arm , readjust the setting . THE LASER - TRAC _ Your tool is equipped with our latest innovation , the Laser - Trac _ , a battery powered device using Class ] ] _ a laser beams , The laser beams will enable you to preview the miter blade pa _ on the workpiece to be cut before you begin your operation . Laser is activated when blade is rotating . Do not stare into beam or view directly with optical instruments . Do not remove the warning label affixed to the blade guard . Avoid direct eye contact with light source . NOTE - The red laser line will appear as a dotted line when the motor is activated and the blade assembly is in the uppermost position . This broken line will assist you in aligning the mark on your workpiece with the cutting path of the saw blade . As you lower the blade assembly , the retractable guard will lit _ and turn the broken line into a solid red laser line . Laser Warning label : Max output < 5row DIODE LASER : 630 - 670nm , Complies with 21CFR 1040.10 and 1040 . 11 . OPERATION OF LASER With the blade assembly in the uppermost position : 1 . Position your workpiece onto the miter saw . 2 . Turn on the miter saw to activate the laser beam . 3 . Verify the laser beam is aligned with the mark on the workpiece ( WARNING - Do not lower the blade assembly during the alignment process ) . 4 . If the mark on the workpiece is not aligned with the dotted laser line , tum off machine , wait for the blade to stop and reposition workpiece . 5 . Turn on the miter saw and verify alignment . 6 . Once alignment is achieved , secure workpiece with a clamping device and perform the cut .
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR BASIC SAW • Keep all guards in place , in working order and proper adjustment . OPERATION If any part of this miter saw is missing , bent damaged or broken in any way , or any electrical parts don't work , BEFORE USING THE MITER SAW turn the saw off and unplug it . Replace damaged , missing , or defective parts before using the saw again . To avoid mistakes that could cause serious , permanent • Maintain tools with care . Keep the miter saw clean for injury , do not plug the tool in until the following steps are best and safest performance . Follow ins _ ' uctions for completed : lubricating . Don't put lubricants on the blade while it's • Completely assemble and adjust the saw , following spinning . the instructions . ( ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENTS ) • Remove all adjusting wrenches from the tool before • Learn the use and function of the ON / OFF switch , turning it on . lock - off switch , upper and lower blade guards , stop latch , bevel lock handle , and cover plate screws . USE ONLY RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES • Review and understand all safety instructions and • Consult the ACCESSORIES and ATTACHMENTS operating procedures in this Operator's Manual . section of this Operators Manual for recommended ( SAFETY & OPERATIONS ) accessories . Follow the insb'uctions that come with • Review the MAINTENANCE and the accessory . The use of improper accessories may TROUBLI : SHOOTING GUIDE for your miter saw . • To avoid injury or possible death from electrical shock : cause risk of injury to persons . Make sure your fingers do not touch the plug's metal prongs when plugging or unplugging your miter saw . • Choose the correct 12 inches diameter blade for the ( ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS AND SAFETY ) material and the type of cut'dngyou plan to do . Do not use Thin Kerfblades . The right side sliding fence must be removed when making Make sure the blade is sharp , undamaged and any right bevel angle cuts greater than 35 ° in combination properly aligned . With the saw unplugged , push the with any right hand miter angle . cutting arm all the way down . Manually spin the blade This fence must also be removed whenever a 45 ° bevel and check for clearance . Tilt the miter - head to a 45 ° angle is desired with a miter angle greater than 22.5 ° . bevel and repeat the test . • Make sure the blade and arbor collars are clean . Laser is activated when blade is rotating . Do not stare into • Make sure all clamps and locks are _ ght and there is beam or view directly with optical instruments . Do not no excessive play in any parts . remove the warning label affixed to the blade guard . Avoid direct eye contact with light source . KEEP YOUR WORK AREA CLEAN BEFORE EACH USE Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents . Inspect your saw . • Disconnect the miter saw . Toavoid injury from accidental starting , unplugthe saw before any To avoid burns or other fire damage , never use the miter adjustments , includingset - up and blade changes . saw near flammable liquids , vapors , or gases . • Compare the direction of rotation arrow onthe • Plan ahead to protect your eyes , hands , face and guardto the directionarrow onthe blade . The blade ears . teeth should alwayspointdownwardat the front of the • Knowyour miter saw . saw . Read and understand the Operator's Manual and labels • Tighten the arbor holt . affixed to the tool . Learn its application and limitations as • Tighten the cover plate screw . well as the specific potential hazards peculiar to this tool . • Check for damaged parts . Check for : To avoid injury from accidental contact with moving parts , • Alignment of moving parts don't do layout , assembly , or setup work on the miter saw . • Damaged electric cords • Binding of moving parts • Mounting holes • Avoid accidental starting • Function of arm return spring and lower guard : Make sure the switch is OFF before plugging the Push the cutting arm allthe way down , then let it miter saw into a power outlet . rise until it stops . The lower guard should fully close . Follow instructions in TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE for adjustment . • Other conditions that may affect the waythe miter saw works .
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PLANYOURWORK • Make sure there are no gaps between the workpiece , fence and table that will let the workpiece shitt during the cut . Use the right tool . Don't force a tool or attachment to do a job itwas not designed to do . Use a different tool • Keep the cut off piece free to move sideways after it is for any workpiece that can't be held in a solidly braced , cut off . OthenMse , it could get wedged against the fixed position . blade and thrown , possibly causing injury . • Only the workpiece should be on the saw table . CAUTION : This machine is NOT designed for cutting • Secure work . Use clamps or a vise to help hold the masonry , masonry products & ferrous metals ( steel , iron , work when it's prac _ cal . and iron - based metals . ) Use this miter saw to cut only USE EXTRA CAUTION WITH LARGE OR ODD SHAPED wood & wood - like products . Other material may shatter , WORKPIECE8 . bind the blade , or create other dangers . Remove all nails that may be in the workpiece to prevent sparking that could cause a fire . • Use extra supports ( tables , sawhorses , blocks , etc . ) for workpieces large enough to tip . DRESS FOR , _ FETY • Never use another person as a substitute for a table extension , or as an additional support for a workpiece Any power tool can throw foreign objects into the eyes . that is longer or wider than the basic miter saw table , This can result in permanent eye damage . Everyday or to help feed , support , or pull the workpiece . eyeglasses have only impact resistant lenses and are not • Do not use this saw to cut small pieces . If the safety glasses . Glasses or goggles not in compliance with workpiece being cut would cause your hand or fingers ANSI Z87 . 1 could seriously injure you when they break . to be within 8 - 3 / 4 " inches of the saw blade workpiece • Do not wear loose clothing , gloves , neckties or jewelry is too small . Keep hands and fingers out of the " no ( rings , watches ) . They can get caught and draw you hands zone " area marked on the saws table . into moving parts . • When cutting odd shaped workpieces , plan your work • Wear non - slip footwear . so it will not bind in the blade and cause possible • l ] e back long hair . injury . Molding , for example , must lie fiat or be held by • Roll long sleeves above the elbow . a fixture or jig that will not let it move when cut . • Noise levels vary widely . To avoid possible hearing • Properly support round material such as dowel rods , damage , wear ear plugs when using any miter s _ rw . or tubing , which have atendencyto roll when cut , • For dusty operations , wear a dust mask along with causing the blade to " bite " . safety goggles . To avoid injury , follow all applicable safety instructions , INSPECT YOUR WORKPIECE when cutting non - ferrous metals : Make sure there are no nails or foreign objects in the part • Use only saw blades specifically recommended for of the workpiece being cut . non - ferrous metal cutting . Plan your work to avoid small pieces that may bind , or • Do not cut metal workpieces that must be hand held . that are too small to clamp and get a solid grasp on . Clamp workpieces securely . Plan the way you will grasp the workpiece from start to • Cut non - ferrous metals only if you are under the finish . Avoid awkward operations and hand positions . A supervision of an experienced person . sudden slip could cause your fingers or hand to move into the blade . WHEN SAW IS RUNNING DON'T OVER - REACH Don't allow familiarity from frequent use of your miter saw to result in a careless mistake . A careless fraction of a Keep good footing and balance . Keep your face and body to one side , out ofthe line of a possible kickback . NEVER second is enough to cause a severe injury . stand in the line of the blade . Before cutting , if the saw makes an unfamiliar noise or Never cut freehand : vibrates , stop immediately . Turn the saw OFF . Unplug the • Brace your workpiece firmly against the fence and saw . Do not restart until finding and correcting the problem . table stop so it will not rock or twist during the cut . • Make sure there is no debris between the workpiece and the table or fence .
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BODYAND HAND POSITION ( Fig . S ) 2 . Pull the handle - locking latch ( 3 ) to the front of the saw Proper positioning of your body and hands when operating and hold in position . the miter saw will make cutting easier and safer . Never 3 . Rotate the handle to the desired positive stop and place hands near the cutting area . Place hands at least release the handle locking latch . 8 - 3 / 4 " away from the path of the blade . Hold workpiece NOTE : After releasing the handle locking latch , rotate firmly against the fence to prevent movement toward the the handle left and right to make sure the latch blade . Keep hands in position until the trigger has been engages into the positive locking position . released and the blade has completely stopped . Before 4 . Lock the handle locking lever ( 2 ) by pushing it IN making a cut , with the power switch inthe OFF position toward the rear of the handle . bring the saw blade dov _ to the workpiece to see the cutting path of the blade . Fig , T * Keep children away . Keep all visitors a safe distance from the miter saw . Make sure bystanders 2 are clear of the miter saw and workpiece . • Don't force the tool . It will do the job better and safer at its designed rate . Feed the saw into the workpiece slowly with a firm downward motion . Before freeing jammed material . • Turn switchOFF . • Unplug the miter saw , • Wait for all moving parts to stop . Alter finishing a cut . • Keep holding the power head down . • Release the switch , and wait for all moving SLIDING FENCE & REMOVE SLIDING FENCE ( Fig . U ) parts to stop before moving your hands . Sliding Fence • If the blade doesn't stop within 6 seconds , unplug the saw and follow the instructions in THE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE section for The sliding fence must be extended to the left or right adjusting the blade brake before using the when making bevel cuts . The sliding fences note three saw again . bevel angles where the user must adjust the fences to match the degree of the bevel cut . Failure to extend the sliding fence will not allow enough space for the blade to Fig . S pass through which could result in serious injury . At ex _ eme miter or bevel angles the saw blade may also contact the fence . The right side sliding fence must be removed when making any right bevel angle cuts greater than 35 ° in combination with any right hand miter angle . This fence must also be removed whenever a 45 ° bevel angle is desired with a miter angle greater than 22.5 ° . l , Unlock the fence cam locking lever ( 1 ) by pushing it toward the rear of the machine . 2 . E _ end the fence ( 2 ) by sliding it out to match the degree of the bevel cut . Lock the fence cam locking lever by pushing it IN toward the fence . NOTE : When transporting the saw , always secure the sliding fence / - - , , l - < in the collapsed position ( toward the saw blade ) . ! _ 7 % ! . ' , 1 , . t _ ) " _ t . Y \ _ J 8 - 3 / 4 " 8 - 3 / 4 " TURNING THE SAW ON ( Fig . " r ) Depress the trigger switch ( 1 ) to turn on the miter saw . started . THREE POSITION ROTATING HANDLE ( Fig . 1 " ) The handle of the miter saw has been designed to rotate and lock at three different positive stops ; 45 ° left , 0 ° , and 45 ° right for operator convenience . To rotate the handle : 1 1 . Unlock the handle locking lever ( 2 ) by pulling ittoward 2 the front of the machine .
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Removing or Installing the Right Sliding Fence 5 . If the miter angle desired is NOT one of the ten Removing ( Fig . U - l ) positive stops noted above , simply lock the table at the 1 . Unlockthe fence cam - lockinglever by pushingit out desired angle by pressing down on the quick - cam towardthe rear of the machine . miter table lock ( 2 ) . 2 . Liftupon the slidingfence to removeit fromthe saw . Fig . W Installing 1 . Placethe slidingfence ontothe mitersaw fence aligningthe nut ( 1 ) withthe slot ( 4 ) . 2 . To lockthe slidingfence , pushthe cam - lockingleverin towardthe front of the machine . Fig . U - I 4 3 2 SLIDING CARRIAGE SYSTEM ( Fig . V ) BEVEL CUT ( Fig . X _ 1 . For a chop cutting operations on small workpieces , slide the cutting head assembly completely tcrward the rear of the unit and tighten the carriage lock handle ( 1 ) . The sliding fence must be extended to the left or right 2 . To cut wide boards up to 12 - 1 / 4 " , the carriage lock when making bevel cuts . The sliding fences note three handle should be loosened to allow the cutting head to bevel angles where the user must adjust the fences to slide freely . match the degree of the bevel cut . Failure to extend the sliding fence will not allow enough space for the blade to Fig . V pass through which could result in serious injury . At ex _ eme miter or bevel angles the saw blade may also contact the fence . The right side sliding fence must be removed when making any right bevel angle cuts greater than 35 ° in combination with any right hand miter angle . 1 2 This fence must also be removed whenever a45 ° bevel angle is desired with a miter angle greater than 22.5 _ ' . To avoid injury from materials being thrown , always unplug the saw to avoid accidental starting , and remove small Tilt the cutting head to the desired angle as shown on the pieces of material from the table cavity . The table insert bevel scale . The blade can be positioned at any angle , may be removed for this purpose , but always reattach the from a 90 _ ' straight cut ( 0 ° ' on the scale ) to a 45 ° left and table insert prior to performing a cut'dng operation . right bevel . Tighten the lock handle ( 2 ) by pushing down to MITER CUT ( Fig . W ) lock the cutting head in position . Bevel positive stops are The sliding compound miter saw is equipped with ten provided at 0 ° , 33.9 ° and 45 ° . positive miter stops ( 1 ) on the saw base . The locations are at0 , 15 , 22.5 , 31.6 and45 degrees left and right , and 60 ° right . These locations represent the most common angles for cutting operation . To make a miter cut : 1 . Unlock the miter table by liffing up on the miter quick - cam table lock ( 2 ) . 2 . While raising the positive stop locking lever up ( 3 ) , grasp the miter handle ( 4 ) and rotate the miter table left or right to the desired angle . 3 . Release the positive stop locking lever and set the miter at the desired angle making sure the lever snaps into place . NOTE : The lever will only lock into place at one of the ten positive stops . 4 . Once the desired miter angle is achieved , press down on the quick cam miter table lock to secure the table 2 into position . NOTE : The saw comes with a 33.9 ° bevel detent pin for setting up crown molding cuts .
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33.9 ° BEVEL DETENT PIN FOR CROWN MOULDINGS 6 . When the cut is complete , release the switch and allow the blade to stop before raising the cutting head ( Fig . Y ) assembly . NOTE : A bevel detent pin is incorporated into this machine for quick bevel adjustments when the desired bevel angle is 33.9 ° . Fig . AA , ' . 1 . Loosen the bevel lock handle and tilt cutting arm to the . 1 \ / 33.9 ° left bevel positive stop by pulling out on the bevel detent pin to move the arm from the 0 ° on the bevel angle , then by pushing in on the bevel detent pin toward the rear of the machine and allowing the upper arm assembly to stop at the 33.9 ° Fig . Y / _ f _ _ J : ' - = L . 4 SLIDE CUTTING WIDE BOARDS UP TO 12 - 1 / 4 " WIDE COMPOUND CUT ( Fig . Z ) ( Fig , BB ) 1 . Extendingthe fence by sliding it out to the required locationorremovethe rightsliding fence if necessary . See " SLIDING FENCE or REMOVE SLIDING FENCE " . Toavoid injury : 2 . Set the desired bevel angle usingthe bevel lock • Never pullthe cuing head assembly and handle ( 1 ) . spinning blade toward you during the cut . The 3 . Set the desired miter angle andlockintoposition . See blade maytry to climbup onthe top ofthe " MITER CUT " . workpiece , causingthe cuttingassemblyand spinning blade to kick back , forcefully . The cutting Fig . Z head assemblyshouldbe drawnback completely thenpushedforwardwhen sawing . Let the blade reach full speed before cutting . Thiswillhelp reducethe riskof athrown workpiece . . . . . . . . . . ! . s . : • Extending the fence by sliding it out to the required location or remove the right sliding fence if necessaw . See " SLIDING FENCE or REMOVE SLIDING FENCE " . TO SLIDE CUT WIDE BOARDS ( FIG . BB ) 1 . Unlockthe carriage lock handle ( 1 ) and allow the cutting head assembly to move freely . 2 . Set both the desired bevel angle and / or the miter angle 2 a CHOP CUTTING NARROW BOARDS - 90 o CROSSCUT and lock into position . 3 . If bevel cutting , set both the left and right sliding fences ( FIG " AA ) ( 2 ) to their proper location , 1 . For a chop cutting operations on small workpieces , 4 . Use a hold down clamp to secure the workpiece . slide _ e cutting head assembly completely toward the 5 . Grasp the saw handle ( 3 ) and pullthe carriage ( 4 ) rear of the unit and tighten the carriage lock handle ( 2 ) . forward until the center of the saw blade is over the 2 . Position the cutting head to the 0 ° bevel position and lock the bevel lock handle . front of the workpiece ( 5 ) . 3 . Position the table to the 0 ° miter angle and lock the 6 . Pull the trigger ( 6 ) to turn the saw on . quick cam miter table lock . 7 . When the saw reaches fulslpeed , push the saw 4 . Position the workpiece on the table and against the handle down , slowly , cutting through the leading edge fence . Use a hold down clamp ( 5 ) attached to the base , of the workpiece . whenever possible . 8 . Slowly move the saw handle toward the fence , 5 . Pull the trigger ( 6 ) , turning on the saw . Lower the blade completing the cut . by pushing the handle ( 7 ) down into the workpiece with 9 . Release the trigger and allow the blade to stop slow and even pressure . spinning before allowing the cutting head to raise . 2 !
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2 . Lower the cutting head so the tip of the blade touches Fig . BB the top surface workpiece at the marked line . 3 . While holding the upper arm in position , turn the stop knob ( 2 ) until it touches the stop plate ( 1 ) . 4 . Cut two parallel grooves as shown below . Fig . DD 2 6 3 1 4 5 " [ i . _ " TI _ Use a chisel to cuot utthemiddle WORKPIECE SUPPORT & REPETITIVE CUTTING USING THE STOP PLATE ( Fig . EE ) Long pieces need extension table support , 1 . Loosen the knob ( 1 ) then slide the extension table to CUTTING BOWED MATERIAL ( Fig . CC ) desired position and tighten the knob . 2 . The stop plate is designed for use during repetitive To avoid injury from materials being thrown , always cutting . Only use one stop plate at a time . Loosen unplug the saw to avoid accidental starting and the locking bolt ( 2 ) , rotate the stop plate ( 3 ) to vertical remove small pieces of matedal from the table cavity . position , and retighten the locking bolt . The table insertmay be removed for this purpose , but alwaysreattachtableinsertpriorto performinga cutting Fig . EE 3 operation . 2 Before cutting a workpiece , check to make sure it isnot bowed . If it is bowed , the workpiece must be positioned and cut as illustrated . Do not position the workpiece incorrectly or try to cut the v _ ) rkpiece without the support of the fence . This will cause the blade to bind and could result in personal injury . Fig . CC AUXlLARY WOOD FENCE ( Fig , FF ) Holes are provided in the saw fence to attach an au × iliary ; ; ; 7 wood fence ( this provides additional depth of cut ) . This fence should be constructed of straight auxiliary wood appro _ mately 3 / 4 inch thick by 3 inches high by 20 - 1 / 2 inches long . Attach the wood fence securely and make a full depth cut to make a blade slot . Check for interference between the wood fence and the lower blade guard . Adjust if necessary ' . When making multiple or repetitive cuts that result in cut - off ROUGH CUTTING A DADO ( Fig . DD ) pieces of one inch or less , it is possible for the saw blade 1 . Mark lines identifying the width and depth of the to catch the cut - off piece and throw it out of the saw or into desired cut on the workpiece and position on the table the blade guard and housing , possibly causing damage or so the inside tip of the blade is positioned on the line . injury . To minimize this an au _ liary wood fence can be Use a hold down clamp to secure the workpiece . mounted to your saw .
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Fig . FF Bladeslot CUTTING CROWN MOLDING ( Fig . JJ , KK ) The right side sliding fence must be removed when making any right bevel angle cuts greater than 35 ° in combination wi _ any right hand miter angle . This fence must also be removed whenever a 45 ° bevel angle is desired with a miter angle greater than 22.5 ° . Your compound miter saw is suited for the difficult task of cutting crown molding . To fit properly , crown molding must be compound - mitered with extreme accuracy . The two surfaces on a piece of crown molding that fit flat against the ceiling and w - all are at angles that , when added together , equal exactly 90 ° . Most crown molding has a top rear angle ( the section that fits flat against the ceiling ) of 52 ° and a bottom rear angle ( the section that fits flat against the wall ) of 38 ° . In order to accurately cut crown molding for a 90 ° inside or outside comer , lay the molding with its broad back surface CUTTING BASE MOLDING ( Fig . II ) flat on the saw table . Base moldings and many other moldings can be cut on a compound miter saw . The setup of the saw depends on When setting the bevel and miter angles for compound molding characteristics and application , as shown . Perform miters , remember that the settings are interdependent ; practice cuts on scrap material to achieve best results : changing one changes the other , as well . Also keep in 1 . Always make sure moldings rest firmly against fence and mind that the angles from crown molding are very easy for table . Use hold - down , crown molding vise or C - clamps , these angles to shift slightly , all settings should be tested whenever possible , and place tape on the area being on scrap molding . clamped to avoid marks . 2 . Reduce splintering by taping the cut area prior to making Use crown molding vise , whenever possible , and place the cut . Mark the cut line directly on the tape . tape on the area being clamped to avoid marks . There is 3 . Splintering typically happens due to an incorrect blade crown molding chart for your reference on page 25 . application and thinness of the material . Fig . JJ Fig . II 8 L e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Mite _ saw tab , _ 1 I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . / > . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miler at O : j , b _ vel _ t 45 _ " NOTE : Always perform a dry run cut so you can determine if the operation being attempted is possible before power is applied to the saw .
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Fig . KK Fig . LL 9etii _ g _ for standard _ row _ mo _ dir _ g ying f _ at on _ ompou _ d miter saw _ ab _ e Co ¢ t _ po nd c , l _ c ( wl t ' _ sold Ags Bevel / Miter Settings KEY BEMEL IvlrrlER TYPE OF CUT CHANGING THE BELT ( Fig . KK ) SETTING SETTING • Unplug your saw . Jnsidecorner - Left side 1 . Loosen the bolts ( 1 ) and remove the belt cover . IL 33.9 ° 31.6 ° I . Positiontopof molting agairst 2 . Turn the screw ( 2 ) anti - clockwise with an Allen fence . Right wrench to move the motor to forward . 2.1Vitertableset atRIGHT31 . 6 _ . 3 . Remove and replace the belt . 3 . LEFT sideis finishedpiece , 4 . Turn the screw ( 2 ) clockwise with an Allen wrench to Insidecorner - Right side IR 33.9 _ ' 31.6 ° move the motor to rearvcard . Do not over tighten . 1 . PosiHonbottomof molding Left againstfence . 5 , Replace the belt cover and tighten the bolts . 2 . rvltertableset at LEFT31 . 6 ° . 3 , LEFTside is finishedpiece , Fig . KK Outside corner - Let side OL 33.9 ° 31.6 ° t . Posi _ onbottomof molding Left againstfence , 2 . rvttertableset at LEFT31 . 6 ° . & RIGHT sideis finishedpiece , Outside corner - Right side OR 33.9 ° 31.6 ° 1 , PosiUantopof molting against fence . Rig _ 2 . rvlter tableset at RIGHT3t . 6 ° , & RIGHT sideis finished piece . CHANGING THE BATTERIES ( Fig . LL ) • Unplug your saw . Failure to unplug your saw couldresult inaccidental starting causing possible serious personal injury . 1 . Remove the laser guide from the saw . 2 . Loosen and remove the two screws , then remove the laser guide cover . 3 . Remove the three batteries as arrow on Fig . LL and replace new batteries . 4 . Replace the laser guide cover and two screws and tighten . Note : Replace the batteries with batteries that have a rating of 1.5 volts ( Number LR44 ) . When replacing the batteries , the battery cover should be thoroughly cleaned . Use a soft paintbrush or similar device , to remove all sawdust and debris .
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IVlAINTENANCE LOWER BLADE GUARD DANGER Do not use the saw without the lower blade guard . The Never put lubricants on the blade while it is spinning . lower blade guard is attached to the saw for your protection . Should the lower guard become damaged , do not use the saw until the damaged guard has been To avoid fire or toxic reaction , never use gasoline , replaced . Develop a regular checkto make sure the naphtha acetone , lacquer thinner or similar highly volatile lower guard is working properly . Clean the lower guard of solvents to clean the miter saw . any dust or buildup with a damp cloth . To avoid injury from unexpected starting or electrical CAUTION : Do not use solvents on the guard . They could shock , unplug the power cord before working on the saw . make the plastic " cloudy " and brittle . For your safety , this saw is double - insulated . To avoid electrical shock , fire or injury , use only parts identical to When cleaning the lower guard , unplug the saw from the those identified in the parts list . Reassemble exactly as power source receptacle to avoid unexpected startup . the original assembly to avoid electrical shock . SAWDUST REPLACING CARBON BRUSHES ( FIG . LL ) Periodically , sawdust will accumulate under the work The carbon brushes fumished will last approximately 50 table and base . This could cause difficulty in the hours of running time , or 10,000 ON / OFF cycles . movement of the worktable when setting up a miter cut . Replace both carbon brushes when either has less than Frequently blow out or vacuum up the sawdust . 1 / 4 " length of carbon remaining , or ifthe spring or wire is damaged or burned . To inspect or replace brushes , first unplug the saw . Then remove the black plastic cap ( 1 ) on If blowing sawdust , wear proper eye protection to keep the side of the motor ( 2 ) . Remove the cap cautiously , debris from entering eyes . because it is spring - loaded . Then pull out the brush and replace . Replace the other side in the same manner . To LUBRICATION reassemble , reverse the procedure . The ears on the All the motor bearings in this tool are lubricated with a metal end of the assembly go in the same hole the sufficient amount of high grade lubricant for the life of the carbon part fits into . Tighten the cap snugly , but do not unit under normal operating conditions ; therefore , no overtighten . further lubrication is required . Lubricate the Following as Required : NOTE : To reinstall the same brushes , first make sure the brushes go back in the way they came out . This will Chop pi _ t : light machine oil or aerosol will penetrate avoid a break - in period . from the ends of the junction points . A qualified service technician can remove the pivot upstop to relieve tension , Fig . LL and the 2 metric set screws holding the shaft , in order to drive the shaft about 3 / 4 " right . Exposed surfaces are lubricated with automotive type oil . Central pivot of plastic guard : Use light household oil ( sewing machine oil ) on metal - to - metal or metal - to - plastic guard contact areas as required for smooth , quiet operation . Avoid excessive oil , to which sawdust will cling . Link : ( which actuates the lower guard movement ) may be oiled at the rear pivot , greased at ball bearing contact , and oiled where the link actuates the acetyl roller of the lower guard , if the down chop motion is hard to start .
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Toavoidinjuryfromaccidentsatlartinga , lwaytsurntheswitchOFFandunplutghetoolbeforemovingr , eplacintgheblade ormakinagdjustments . Consult your Sears Service Center if for any reason the motor will not run . TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE - MOTOR PROBLEM PROBLEM CAUSE SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION Brake does not 1 . Motor brushes not sealed or 1 . Inspect / clean / replace brushes . See MAINTENANCE section . stop blade wilhin lightly sticking . 6 seconds . 2 . Motor brake overheated from 2 . Use a recommended blade . use of defective or wrong si _ e 3 . Let cool down . blade or rapid ON / OFF cycling . 3 . Arbor screw loose . Retighten . 4 . Other . 4 . Contact Sears Service Center . Motor does not 1 . Fuse 1 . 15 - Amp time delay fuse , or circuit breaker . start 2 . Brush worn . 2 . See MAINTENANCE section . 3 . Other . 3 . Contact Sears Service Center . Brush spark when 1 . Brushes Worn / Damaged 1 . Replace Brushes ( See Maintenance ) . switch released . TRO UBLESHOOTING G UIDE - SAW OPERATIO N PROBLEM PROBLEM CAUSE SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION Blade hits table . 1 . See ADJUSTMENT section . 1 . Misalignment . 1 . Miter table unlocked . 1 . Use Miter Quick Lock . Angle of cut not See OPERATION Section . accurate . 2 . Sawdust under table . 2 . Vacuum or blow out dust , Can't adjust miter . WEAR EYE PROTECTION . 1 . See ADJUSTMENT Section . Cutting arm 1 . Loose pivot points . wobbles . 1 . Part failure . 1 . Contact Sears Service Center . Cutting arm won't 2 . Contact Sears Service Center . fully raise , or 2 . Pivot spring not blade guard won't replaced properly after service . fully close . 3 . Sawdust build - up . 3 . Clean and lubricate mcMng parts . 1 . See BASIC SAW OPERATION section . Blade binds , jams , 1 . Improper opera , on . burns wood . 2 . Dull blade . 2 . Replace or sharpen blade . 3 . Improper blade size . 3 . Replace with 12 " diameter blade . 4 . Warped blade . 4 . Replace blade . Saw vibrates or 1 . Saw blade not round . 1 . Replace blade . shakes . 2 . Saw blade damaged . 2 . Replace blade . & Saw blade loose . 3 . " l ] ghten arbor bolt . 4 . Other . 4 . Contact Sears Smvice Center .
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CRAFTSMAN COM PC UN D MITRE SAW MODEL : 137.212060 When servicing use only CRAFTSMAN replacement parts , Use of any other parts may create a HAZARD or cause product damage . Any attempt to repair or replace electrical parts on this Table Saw may create a HAZARD unless repair is done by a qualified service technician . Repair service is available at your nearest Sears Service Center . PARTS LIST FOR SCHEMATIC A I . D . No . Descdplion Size Qty I . D . No . Description Size Qty 0831 ` SHAFT ` SLEEVE 6 : # COLOR 0KR1 LOCK NUT M16 > _ ' . 0 T : 16 2258 BOLT 0KR4 LOCK NUT IVlgxI ; 25 T = @ 2750 CAUTION LABEL 0K , SP STRAIN RELIEF 2754 WARNING b _ BEL 0DE [ HEX , , SOC , ` SETSCREW I _ t _ , xI , G25 23SR COMPRESSION ` SPRING 2785 ROLL PIN ( p4 - 22 2841 CENTER , SHAFT 25 ' ¢ 3 KNOB OBBN C OMPRE , S , SIQN , SPRING 25V8 KNOB 0CDD FOOT 6 : # COLOR 25XW TABLE COLOR # AW 0CEZ PLUNGER HANDLE 25XX BASE COLOR # AW . . . . . . 8 . CFX _ ' L ! L _ E _ I : ATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25XZ I _ ! vq7 BR _ ACEE . T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OD7Z KNOB 25 ' ( 0 SLIDING FENCE - LEFT BIDE COLOR # AW 0DTH CENTER SHAFT 25Y2 EXTEN'BON WING - LEFT SIDE 0DVJ BLADE WRENCH 25Y3 SLIDING FENCE - RiGHT , SIDE 0DW5 POWER CORD CLAMP 6 # 28Y6 EXTENllON WING COLOR # AW 0rigA REAR EXTENTION ` SUPPORT BAR 25 / ' 8 FENCE COLOR # AW 0H9W CLEVIS PIN 25 ' ¢ ' A tVIITER HANDLE 0HA _ 5 LOCKING HANDLE ASS'Y 25YB BEVEL HANDLE 0HAM DI _ T SHIELD 25YC , SLIDE BAR ` SEAT ( FRONTj 0HAN COVER PLATE 2BYE ` SLIDE - BAR ` SEAT ( REAR ) . . . . . . o . . U . . . h . R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0HVD BALL BEARING 608Z 25YK ` SETPLATE 0HXX LINEAR MOTION BEARING 25 ' Y ' , , / STOP PLATE ( LEF1 ) 0J4N FLAT WASHER _ : , l _ 0 - 3 25YW STOP PLATE ( RIGHTJ OJ6A FLAT WASHER @ Sxl 6 - 2,5 262Q BEVEL SCALE POINTER 262R BEVEL SCALE PQII _ ER 0J7K FDa , TWASHER 318 ; . _ 9 / 32 - 5 / 64 OJ88 FLAT WASHER 1O # xl / 2 1 / 16 262S POWER CORD STORAGE CLIP 262T FENCE PLATE 0JSL FLAT WASHER 1 _ 4W / 16 - 1 / 16 0JSP FLAT WASHER 3 / 8X29 / 3 % 5 / 64 252V ANCHOR PbS , TE 26HX GUIDE HOLDER 0J95 SPRING WASHER _ P6 0JB0 WAVE WASHER WW - 8 26NH NUT 0JB0 WAVE WASHER WW - 8 26NN EXTENSION ] UBE 0JOG SPRING PiN 5 - 16 26NP BOLT 0JMN O - RING 26NO LOCA ] ING BAR 0JMP Q - RING P7 26NR PIVOT SHAFT OJMT Q - RING PS0 2 & N ` S LOCKING ROD OJPP HEX BOLT M8 × 1 . 25 - 30 26NT MITER P _ R RIGHT 0JUB HEX . BOO . HD , CAP BOLT M5 , _ . 8 - 12 26NU MITER BAR LEFT OJUK HEX . BOO . HD . CAP BOLT M6x1 . 0 - 16 2 , SP7 PIVOT BHAFF 0JUM HEX . , SOC . HD . CAP BOLT MTx1 . 0 - 25 26PF HEX . , SOC , ` SETSCREW IvIDx1 . 2 _ 5 - _ , 0JUW HEX . ` SOC . HD . CAP BOLT MSxi . 25 25 26PU MITER BAR LOWER 0JXD HEX . , SOC . BET SCREW M6x1 . 0 - 25 26U2 EXTEN _ ON WING , ' sS , S'Y - LEFT & RIGHT 0JXG HEX . , SOC , SETSCREW MSx1 . 25 - 16 26U6 QUICGCAM MITER TABLE LOCK ASSY , 0JZF HEX . , BOO . BET , SCREW M6x1 . O - 10 26UG CAM LOCKING LDJER AS , BY , OK2P HEX . , SOCKET HD . CAP SCREW MTX1 , 25 - 40 25UH PO , SITWE STOP LOCKING LEVER ASS ' ( . OK55 OR . RE . COUbff HD , SCREW M5 _ . 8 - 8 26UQ BEVEL , SCALE 26U ' S MITER SCALE 0K74 CR . - RE . TRU , S , SHD . SCREW M6x1 . 0 - 8 0KTF OR . RE . ROUND WASHER HD . SCREW M6 , _ 0 - 8 274Z BEVEL LOCK LABEL OK7X CR RE TRUSS HD ROUND NECK SCREW M6XI . O - IO 27BU TABLE INSERT - RIGHT SIDE OKAD OR . RE . TRU , SBHD . TAPP { NG ` SCREW M4 , @ . 7 - 8 278V TABLE INSERT - LEFT , SIDE 0KAE OR . RE . TRUSS HD . TAPPING SCREW M5 > 9.8 - 10 . . . . . . 27H1 CLAMP - COR D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0KAE OR . RE . PAN HD . TAPPING , SCREW M58 ' 0 , 8 - 10 27HE TOR , SfON ` SPRING 0KD9 CR . RE . PAN HD . SCREW M4 : @ . 7 - 16 27J9 ` SETNLFI 0KDG OR , RE . PAN HD . SCREW M5 _ . 8 - 6 27JA SCREW STOP 0KDH OR . RE . PAN HD . ` SCREW M5 _ . 8 - 8 27KA ECCENTRIC SPANNER SEAT OKDH OR . RE . PAN HD . SCREW MBxO . 8 - 8 27KP SLIDE CARRIAGE COVER PLAIE OKDM OR , RE . PAN HD , SCREW M5 , 13.8 - 20 27L1 CAM LOCKING LEVER AS ` BY , OKDR OR . RE . PAN HD . ` SCREW M5 _ . 8 - lO 27MN ANCHOR PB _ TE 0KDU OR . RE , PAN HD . SCREW M6x1 , 0 - 12 27PS EXTENSION TABLE _ S'Y - LEFT 0KDV OR . RE . PAN HD . , SC ; REW M4x1 . 0 - 16 27PT EXTENSION TABLE A _ , S'Y - RIGHT . . . . 9 _ . F . 9 . . CIR _ RE . . pAF4 HE _ . SCRE _ t _ ( . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M . S . : . if . 9 . _ . 6 . - . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . _ . " { . _ . . . . . . U . . E . X . . is , . o . c . , . . . , s . B . rSgBE : , p . , . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . ! . ! E . @ . . ' : . h ! . g6 : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OKMB HEX . NUT M6xl . O T = - 5 283G HEX , SQCKET HD , CAP SCREW ' f ' , / _ B _ O . G2O _ RO 0KMY HEX . NLrF M8 × 1 . 25 T = 6.5 2J , H HEX . , SQC . HD . CAP BOLT M5 : gS . P _ ] 2 0K © Z LOCK NUT f ' 41O ; d , 5 T = IO
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CRAFTSMAN COMPOUND MITRE SAW MODEL : 137.212060 SCHEMATIC A
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CRAFTSMAN COMPOUND MITRE SAW MODEL : 137.212060 PARTS LIST FOR SCHEMATIC B I . D . No . Description Size Qty I . D . No , Description Size Qty 2594 MOTOR ASS'Y 1 OKC6 CR . RE . TRUSS HD , TAPPING SCREW M4x6 - 12 1 1 2751 MOTOR LABEL OKD4 CR . RE . PAN HD . SCREW M & xl . O - lO 2 2752 TRADDMARK LABEL 1 OKD8 CR . RE . PAN HD . SCREW M4 _ J . 7 - 12 2 2753 TILTING SCALE 1 OKDH OR . RE . PAN HD . SCREW M5xO . 8 _ 8 1 083Z CLAMP - CORD 1 OKDV CR . RE . PAN HD . SCREW M6xl . 0 - 1 & 5 OBSZ CLAMP - CORD 1 OKKK CR . RE . PANHD . ROUNDNECKSCREW M6xl . 0q2 1 084J CUSHION 1 OK © Y NUT tCL _ x1 . 25T = _ 1 _ 4K SETPLAZE ] OKTP CABLE CLAMP 1 084M STOP CLAMP 1 OS2X LOCK HANDLE ASS'Y 1 1 084Q COMPRESSION SPRING 14 , @ , , " HEX WASHER HD BOLT / V6x1 . 25 - 1 & 1 OCH1 SHAFT - PIVOT 1 246V TRIGGER SWITCH 1 OCH2 SLEEVE 1 25 NZ LASER ASS'Y 1 OCHF SPRING GUARD ARM 1 1 25Y1 OCKM TRIGGER 1 25Y7 BELTCOVER 1 ODTZ ARBOR COLLAR 1 25YJ HANDLE - TOP 1 OFHW COLLAR 1 25YL HANDLE - BOTTOM 1 OHB3 BLADE 1 25YM CARRY HANDLE - TOP ] ] 25YN CARRY HAN DLE - BOTTOM 1 OJ4E FLAT WASHER @ _ 5x13 - 1 1 25YR PLATE 1 OJ4E FLAT WASHER , ( p & x13 - 1 4 25YU DUSTBAG ASSY , 1 OJ4E FLAT WASHER _ 6X13 - 1 1 262N CARRY HANDLE - REAR ] OJ4W FLAT WAHSER _ # 8.2X18 - 1.5 1 2 _ 2U GEAR BOX COVER 1 0J53 FIAT WASHER @ 8.4 ; , : 24 - 2 0J92 SPRING WASHER ¢ _ 5 4 267Y PULLEY 1 4 26Eq POWER CABLE 1 0J95 SPRING WAS ; HER cp4 OJBO WAVE WASH ER WW45 1 26H6 BELT 1 1 OJBO WAVE WASH ER WW _ 1 26P8 iNSULATING SLEEVE OJB2 WAVE WASH ER WW - 12 1 26PE LEAD Wl RE ASS'Y 1 og BS WAVE WASH ER WWq 4 1 2 , SPW SPACER 1 OJET E - RING E - 4 1 26U8 LOCKING HANDLE ASS'Y 1 OJUC HEX . SOC . HD . CAP BOLT MSxO . Sq t } 2 26UJ PC - GUARD ASS ' ¥ 1 OJUJ HEX . SOC . HD . CAP BOLT M4 } x1 . 0 - 12 4 26UK GEARSHAFT ASS'Y 1 OJUL HEX . SOC . HD . CAP BOLT M4 , x1 . 0 - 20 4 26UL CUTTERSHAFT ASS'Y 1 OJUX HEX . SOC . HD . CAP BOLT MBx125 - 30 2 27BC SAFETY HOLD - DOWN CLAMP 1 OJV2 HEX . SOC . HD . CAP BOLT MSx125 - 69 1 27KD LEVER 1 1 1 OJVQ HEX . SOC . HD . CAP BOLT MSx1 . 25 - 50 27KE CUTTER SHAFT GUARD OJXB HEX . SOC . SETSCREW M6x1 . 0 - 1 2 27KY CLAMP BOLT 1 OK1N HEX . HD . SCREWAND WASHER M6x ] . 0 - 1 ] 27LP LOCK KNOB 1 OK4D CR . RE . PAN HD . SCREW & WASHER M4xl . 0 - 12 1 27LU WARNINGLABEL 1 OK7X CR . RE . TRU & SHD . ROUNDNECK5CREw M6X1 . 0 - 10 2 27PF COMPRE % ION SPRING 1 OKB6 CR , RE , PAN HD . TAPPINGSCREW M4X18 - 35 S 27WC COMPRESSION SPRING 1 OKB7 CR . RE . PAN HD . TAPPINGSCREW M4X18 - 16 2 OKB8 OR . RE . PAN HD . TAPPINGSCREW M4X18 - 20 2 279X INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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CRAFTSMAN COMPOUND MITRE SAW MODEL : 137.212060 PARTS LIST FOR MOTOR I . D . No , Descdplion Size Qfy OHUT BALL BEARING 6203LLB 1 OHVU BALL BEARING 62COZZ 1 OJ70 FLAT WAS HER ] / 4 : 43 / 4 - 7 / 64 1 OJB WAVE WASHER BWW62 _ J 1 OJPD HEX . HD . BOLT M6xl . 0q 6 1 OJX3 HEX . SOC . SF SCREW M5 " xO . 8 _ 2 OJYS HEX . SOC . SETSCREW M6x1 . 0 - 16 ] OKST CR . RE . PAN HD , SCREW & WASHER M5XO . 8 - 25 2 OK3Y CR . - RE . PAN HD . 5CREW & : WASH ER M5 × 0 . 8 - 50 2 0K72 CR . - RE . TRUSB HD . SCREW MSXO , 8 - 12 2 OKC © CR . - RE , PAN HD . TAPPING SCREW & WASHER M5 × 12 - & 5 2 OKLA PLASTIC SCREW M5 _ : 0.8 - 6 2 OQ9K FLOW GUIDE ] OQAA MOTOR HOUSING ASS'Y # 6 1 O © M2 BRUSH HOLDER ABS'Y @ 27s265 2 2 OQ © T BRUSHAS . S'Y O © RO BRUSHCOVER 2 1 O © R1 RUBBERPiN 269C MOTOR PULLEY 1 26AZ ARMATU RE ASS'Y 1 26CB FIELD ASS'Y 1 26DF FRONT HOUSING AW # COLOR 1
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10KD9 Screw
100HAN Plate cover
110HAM Shield
120HAP Slide-bar guide clamp
130KMS Hex. nut m6 x 1.0 t=5
140JXD Set screw
150HA5 Locking handle asy
160B5N Spring
170HA1 Center shaft
180HVD Ball bearing 608zz
1927HV Washer
20KSP Strain relief
200JMT O-ring rod
21262R Bevel scale pointer
220KDR Cr. re. pan hd. screw m5 x 0.8-10 (2)
2327MN Anchor plate
24262Q Bevel scale pointer
2525XZ Bracket
260JXB Set screw
2726NP Bolt
282785 Roll pin
290J7K Flat washer 10 x 20-2
30DW5 Pwr cord clamp
300KQZ Nut chuck (m10*1.5 t=10)
3126NR Shaft
320J4N Washer
330KR1 Lock nut m16x2.0mm
3422XT Hex cap bolt
350HXX Bearing
3626PU Miter bar lower
3726NU Miter bar-l
37A26NT Miter bar-r
3826HX Guide holder
390J4D Washer
40KDV Screw
400831 Sleeve
4127HE Spring
4227J9 Set nut
430JMP O-ring,rod
440H9W Clevis pin
450CEZ Plunger handle
4627JA Screw stop
4726P7 Pivot shaft
480K7X Screw
490JB0 Washer
5262S Ac cord storage clip
50262V Anchor plate
5125YC Seat
520JUM Hex cap bolt
5326NQ Locating bar
540KAE Screw
5525YK Set plate
560JPP Hex. hd. bolt (4) m8x1.25-30
570KMY Hex nut (m8" 1.25 t=8.5)(4)
5826UQ Scale
5927BV Table insert-l
60JCG Spring pin 5-16
6027BU Table insert-r
610KAD Screw
620KR4 Lock nut m8x1.25
630J6A Washer
640D7Z Knob stop latch
650KDH Cr. re. pan hd. screw (m5" 0.8-8)(3)
6625YG Needle pointer
672750 Label caution
6825XW Table
690JXG Hex set screw
725YE Slide-bar seat(rear)
7026U6 Qck-cam table lock asy
7125YA Locking handle asy
720J92 Spring washer
730JUC Bolt 20pcs
7426UH Pos.stop locking lever asy
750JUH Bolt
760J8L Washer 20pcs
7725YB Bevel handle
78274Z Bevel lock label
7926NS Locking rod
80JUV Bolt
8026NH Nut
810J8P Washer
820KDM Screw m5x0.8-20mm
8327L1 Cam locking lever asy
840KDH Cr. re. pan hd. screw (m5" 0.8-8)(3)
8527H1 Clamp-cord
860K74 Screw m6x1.0-8mm
8727KP Slide crrg cover plate
880JZF Hex. soc. set screw m6 x 1.0-10 (2)
8925Y3 Fence
90K7F Cr. re. round washer hd. screw m5 x 0.8-8 (4)
9025Y8 Fence
910K2P Screw
9225Y0 Fence
932258 Special bolt
9426UG Cam locking lever asy
950LYT Set screw
960CW5 Spring
9726PF Set screw
980H9A Rear ext support bar
990KDU Cr. re. pan hd. screw m6 x 1.0-12 (2)
126D4 Power cable
100KD4 Screw
1125YR Plate
122572 Trade-mark label
1325Y1 Arm
1426UL Shaft
150JB0 Washer
160JB3 Wave washer gauge 8.2 x 18-2.0
1726UK Shaft
180KMS Hex. nut m6 x 1.0 t=5
190J95 Spring washer gauge 6
22694 Motor asy
200JUJ Bolt
210J92 Spring washer
220JUC Bolt 20pcs
2326H6 Belt
240JUK Hex. soc. hd. cap. bolt (m6*1.0-16)
2525Y7 Belt cover
2627LP Lock knob
270GW1 Spring
28262U Gear box cover
29267Y Pulley
32571 Motor label
300K1N Screw
310JVQ Bolt
320KD8 Screw
330KQY Lock nut m8x1.25,20pc
340J53 Washer 20pcs
35084K Set plate
360JB3 Wave washer gauge 8.2 x 18-2.0
3725YN Carry handle-bottom
380JV2 Bolt
3925YM Carry handle-top
427KY Clamp bolt
400KDV Screw
4125YU Dust bag asy
4226PE Lead wire asy
4326P8 Insulating sleeve
442753 Scale
450JET E-ring 20pcs
460S2X Lock handle assembly
47084Q Spring
48084M Spring plate
4926PW Spacer
527PF Spring
50084J Stop clamp
5126U8 Locking handle asy
5225YL Handle-bottom
53246V Switch
540KC6 Screw
550CKM Trigger
56083Z Clamp, cord
570KB7 Cr. re. pan hd. tapping screw m4 x 18-16 (3)/m4...
580KB8 Screw
5925YJ Crank handle
60J4E Flat washer (gauge 6*13-1)
600KB6 Screw
610DTZ Arbor collar (2)
620HB3 Blade
630FHW Collar
6425NZ Arbor collar laser asy
65145V Bolt
660K7X Screw
6727KD Lever
680K7X Screw
690KDV Screw
70JXB Set screw
700J4E Flat washer (gauge 6*13-1)
710K4D Screw
7227KE Cutter shaft guard
730JB0 Washer
740KKK Screw
750CHF Spring guard
7626UJ Pc guard asy
770CH1 Shaft,pivot
780CH2 Sleeve
790JUY Bolt 20pcs
80KTP Cable clamp
80262N Carry handle-rear
8127BC Safety hold-down clamp
8227LU Warning label
90KDH Cr. re. pan hd. screw (m5" 0.8-8)(3)
10KLA Plastic screw 20pcs
100HUT Ball bearing
11269C Pulley
120J70 Flat washer (2) 1/4 x 3/4 -7/64
130JPD Hex. hd. bolt m6 x 1.0-16
140K72 Truss hd screw 20pc
1526DF Front housing
160JYS Set screw
170KCQ Screw & washer
180QR1 Rubber pin
190K3Y Screw & washer
20JX3 Hex. soc. set screw (2) (m5*0.8-8)
200QM2 Brush holder assembly (2)
210QQT Brush
220QR0 Brush cover (2)
30K3T Screw & washer
40QAA Motor housing assy
50JB8 Washer
626CB Field asy
70Q9K Flow guide
80HVU Bearing
926AZ Armature