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Operator's ManuaM . 3 10 in . DRILL PRESS With Laser Trac ® Model No , 137,219000 CAUTION : o Safety Instructions o Installation Before using this DriJl Press , read this manual and follow ® Operation o Maintenance all its Safety Rules and • Parts List Operating Instructions Customer He _ p Line 1 - 80 @ - 843 - 1682 Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 USA Visit our Oraftsman website : www . sears . com / craftsman Part No . 137219000001
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SECTmON PAGE SECTmON PAGE Know Your Drill Press . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Product Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Power Tool Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Assembly and Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Drill Press Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Electrical Requirements and Safety . . . . . . 5 Accessories and Attachments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Tools Needed For Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Carton Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 ONE - YEAR FULL WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN TOOL If this Craftsman too ! fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within one year from the date of purchase , CALL 1 - 800 - 4 - MY - HOME ® TO ARRANGE FOR FREE REPAIR If this too ! is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty wil ! apply for only ninety days from the date of purchase . This warranty applies only while this tool is in the United States . This warranty gives you specific bgal rights , and you may also have other rights , which vary , from state to state . Sears , Roebuck & Co . , Dept . 817 WA , Hoffman Estates , JL 60179 AWAn . I . G ] Some dust crested by power sanding , sawing , grinding , drilling and other construction activities contains chemicals known to cause cancer , birth 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 exposure to these chemicals , work in s well ventilated area and work with approved safety equipment such as dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles . [ AWAR " I " GI To avoid electrical hazards , fire hazards or damage to the toot , use proper circuit protection . This tool is wired st the factory for 110 - 120 Volt operation . It must be connected to s 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 critics1 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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14 . REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES . GENERAL SAFETY mNSTRUCTmONS Form habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting wrenches are removed from the too ! before turning it BEFORE USING THIS DRILL PRESS ON . Safety is a combination of common sense , stay alert 15NEVER LEAVE A TOOL RUNNING UNATTEND . and knowing how to use your dril ! press . TURN THE POWER " OFF " . Don't leave the tool until [ AWARN NI G it comes to a complete stoG To avoid mistakes that could cause serious injury , 16NEVER STAND ON THE TOOL . Serious injury do not plug the drill press in until you have read and could occur if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool is unintentionally contacted . understood the following . 17DON ' T OVERREACH . Keep proper footing and 1 . READ and become familiar with the entire instruction balance at al ! times . manual . LEARN the tool's application , limitations and possible hazards . 18.1VIAtNTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE . Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest performance . Follow 2 . KEEP GUARDS tN PLACE and in working order . instructions for lubricating and changing accessories . 3 . DON'T USE tN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT . 1 & CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS . Before further Don't use power tools in damp and wet locations , or use of the tool , a guard or other part that is damaged expose them to rain . Keep work area well lighted . should be carefully checked to determine that it will operate properly and perform its intended function 4 . DO NOT use power tools in the presence of = check for alignment of moving parts , binding of flammable liquids or gases . moving parts , breakage of parts , mounting , and any other conditions that may affect its operation . A guard 5 . KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN . Cluttered areas and or other part that is damaged should be properly benches invited accidents . repaired or replaced . 6 . KEEP CHILDREN AWAY . All visitors should be kept 2 & MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF with pad ! ocks , safe distance from work area . master switches , or by removing starter key & 7 . DON'T FORCE THE TOOL . It wi ! l do the job better 21 . DO NOT operate the tool if you are under the and safer at the rate for which it was designed . influence of any drugs , alcoho ! or medication that could affect your ability to use the tool properly . 8 . USE THE RIGHT TOOL . Do not force a tool or an attachment to do a job for which it was not designed . 22 . Dust generated from certain materiai can be hazardous to your health . Always 9 . WEAR PROPER APPAREL . Do not wear loose W _ AR YOUR operate the drill press in a well - clothing , gloves , neckties , rings , bracelets , or other ventilated area and provide for jewelry which may get caught in moving parts . proper dust removal . Use a dust Nonslip footwear is recommended . Wear protective collection system whenever hair covering to contain long hair . possibb . 10 . WEAR A FACE MASK OR DUST MASK . Sawing 2 & ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION . Any drill operation produces dusL press can throw foreign objects into the eyes and could cause permanent eye damage . ALWAYS 11 . DISCONNECT TOOLS before servicing ; when wear Safety Goggles ( not glasses ) that comply with changing accessories such as blades , bits , cutters , ANSi Safety standard Z87 . 1 Everyday eyeglasses and the like . have only impact - resistance lenses . They ARE NOT safety glasses . Safety Goggles are available at 12REDUCE THE RiSK OF UNINTENTIONAL Sears . NOTE : Glasses or goggles not in compliance STARTING . Make sure the switch is in the off with ANSI Z87 . 1 could seriously hurt you when they position before plugging in . break . 1 & USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES . Consult the owner's manual for recommend accessories . The use of improper accessories may cause risk of injury to persons .
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14SECURE THE WORK . Use clamps or a vise to hold [ AWARNINIG the work when practical , it's safer than using your hand and it frees both hands to operate tool For your own safety , do not try to use your drill press or plug it in until it is completely assembled and installed 1 & WHEN using a dril ! press vise , always fasten to the according to the instructions , and until you have read table . and understood this instruction manual : 1 . YOUR DRILL PRESS MUST BE BOLTED securely 16MAKE SURE all clamps and locks are firmly to a workbench . In addition , if there is any tendency tightened before drilling . for your drill press to move during certain operations , bolt the workbench yo the floor . 17SECURELY LOCK THE HEAD and table support to 2 . THiS DRILL PRESS is intended for use in dry the column , and the table to the table support before conditions , indoor use only . operating the drill press . 3 . WEAR EYE PROTECTION . USE A face or dust 1 & NEVER turn your dril ! press on before clearing the mask along with safety goggles if drilling operation table of all objects ( tools , scraps of wood , etc . ) is dusty . USE ear protectors , especially during extended periods of operation . 19BEFORE STARTING the operation , jog the motor switch to make sure the dril ! bit does not wobble or 4 . DO NOT wear gloves , neckties , or loose clothing . vibrate . 5 . DO NOT try to dril ! material too small to be securely 20lET THE SPINDLE REACH FULL SPEED before held . starting to drill , if your drill press makes an unfamiliar noise or if it vibrates excessively , stop immediately , 6 . ALWAYS keep hands out of the path of a drill bit . turn the drill press off and unplug . If do not restart the Avoid awkward hand positions where a sudden slip unit until the problem is correcte & could cause your hand to move into the dril ! biL 21 DO NOT perform layout assembly or set up work on 7 . DO NOT install or use any dril ! bit that exceeds 175 the table while the drill press is in operation . mm ( 7 in . ) in length or extends 150 mm ( 6 in . ) below the chuck jaws . They can suddenly bend outward or 22 . USE THE RECOMMENDED SPEED for any drill break . press accessory and for different workpiece material . READ THE INSTRUCTIONS that come with the 8 . DO NOT USE wire wheels , router bits , shaper accessory . cutters , circle ( fly ) cutters , or rotary planers on this dril ! press . 23 . WHEN DRiLLiNG large diameter holes , clamp the workpiece firmly to the table . Otherwise , the bit may 9 . WHEN cutting a large piece of materia ! , make sure it grap and spin the workpiece at high speeds . DO is fully supported at the table height . NOT USE fly cutters or multiple - part hole cutters , as they can come apart or become unbalanced in use . 10DO NOT perform any operation freehand . ALWAYS hold the workpiece firmly against the table so it will 24MAKE SURE the spindle has come to a complete not rock or twisL Use clamps or a vise for unstable stop before touching the workpiece . workpieces . 2 & TO AVOID INJURY from accidental starting , always 11 . MAKE SURE there are no nails or foreign objects in turn the switch " OFF " and unplug the dri ! ! press the part of the workpiece to be drilled . before installing or removing any accessory or attachment or making any adjustmenL 12 . CLAMP THE WORKPIECE OR BRACE tT against the left side of the column to prevent rotation . If it is 26KEEP GUARDS tN PLACE and in working order . too short or the table is tilted , clamp it solidly to the table and use the fence provide & 27 . USE ONLY THE SELF - EJECTING TYPE CHUCK KEY as provided with the dril ! press . 13JF THE WORKPIECE overhangs the table such that it will fall or tip if not held , clamp it to the table or provide auxiliary support .
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GROUNDINGINSTRUCTIONS tNTHEEVENTOFA _ , _ ALFUNCTIOONR ( When using 120 volts only ) Ampere Rating Total length of cord in feet BREAKDOWNgr , oundingprovidesapathof least _ lole than not mole than 25 ' 50 ' 100 ' 150 ' resistancfeorelectriccurrenat ndreducestheriskof 0 6 18 ' 16 ' 16 ' 14 ' shock . Thistoolisequippedwithanelectriccordthat 10 18 ' 16 ' 14 ' 12 ' hasanequipmengtroundingconductoarndgrounding 16 ' 16 ' 14 ' 12 ' plug . TheplugMUSTbepluggedintoa matching receptacltehatisproperlyinstalledandgroundedin Make sure your extension cord is in good condition . accordancweithALLlocalcodesandordinances . When using an extension cord , be sure to use one heavy enough to carry the current your product will DONOTMODIFYTHEPLUGPROVIDEDIf . it wil ! not draw . An undersized cord wi ! ! cause a drop in line fitthereceptacleh , avetheproperreceptaclienstalled voltage resulting in loss of power and overheating . The byaqualifiedelectrician . table below shows the correct size to use according to cord length and nameplate ampere rating . If in doubt , use the next IMPROPERCONNECTIOoNftheequipmengtrounding heavier gauge . The smaller the gauge number , the conductocranresultinriskofelectricshock . The heavier the cord . conductowr iththegreeninsulation ( withorwithout yellowstripes ) istheequipmengtroundingconductor . Be sure your extension cord is properly wired and Ifrepairorreplacemenotf theelectriccordorplugis in good condition . Always replace a damaged extension necessaryD , ONOTconnecttheequipmengtrounding cord or have it repaired by a qualified person before conductotroa liveterminal . using it . Protect your extension cords from sharp objects , excessive heat and damp or wet areas . CHECKwitha qualifiedelectriciaonrservicepersonnel Use a separate electrical circuit for your tools . This ifyoudonotcompleteluynderstantdhegrounding circuit must not be less than # 12 wire and should instructionso , rif youarenotsurethetoolisproperly be protected with a 15 Amp time lag fuse . Before grounded . connecting the motor to the power line , make sure the USEONLY3 - WIREEXTENSIOCNORDSTHAT switch is in the OFF position and the electric current is HAVE3 - PRONGGROUNDINPGLUGSAND3 - POLE rated the same as the current stamped on the motor RECEPTACLTEHATACCEPTTHETOOL'SPLUG . nameplate . Running at a lower voltage wil ! damage the REPAIRORREPLACEDAMAGEDORWORNCORD motor . IMMEDIATELY . This tool is intended for use on a circuit that has a 3 - Prong Ptug receptacle like the one illustrated in FIGURE A . FIGURE A shows a 3 - prong electrical plug and receptacle that has a grounding conductor , if a properly grounded receptacle is not available , an adapter ig Prong ( FIGURE B } can be used to temporarily connect this Grounded plug to a 2 - contact ungrounded receptacle . The adapter ( FIGURE B ) has a rigid lug extending from it that MUST be connected to a permanent earth ground , such as a Grounding Lug properly grounded receptacle box . THE TEMPORARY ADAPTER SHOULD BE USED ONLY UNTIL A : ure Thisto is Connected a PROPER GROUNDED OUTLET CAN BE INSTALLED Known Ground BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN . Adapter CAUTION : In all cases , make certain the receptacle in question is properly grounded . If you are not sure have GUmDEUNES FOR EXTENSmON CORDS a certified electrician check the receptacle . IAWARNRING [ AWAR " " IG This drill press is for indoor use only . Do not expose to This too ! must be grounded while in use to protect the rain or use in damp locations . operator from electrical .
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RECOMMENDED ACCESSORmES UNPACKING AND CHECKING CONTENTS [ AWARN NI G [ AWARNmNG ] Use only accessories recommend for this drill press . If any part is missing or damaged , do not plug the drill Follow instructions that accompany accessories . Use of press in until the missing or damaged part is replaced , improper accessories may cause hazards . and assembly is complete . Visit your Sears Hardware Department or see the Sears Carefully unpack the drift press and al ! its parts , and Power and hand Tool Catalog for the follow accessories : compare against the list below . Drill bits Hold - Down Clamps To protect the drill press from moisture , a protective Drill press Vises coating has been applied to the machined surfaces . Remove this coating with a soft cloth moistened with [ WARN NJG kerosene or WDo40 . Use only acessories designed for this drift press to [ , , WARNING J avoid injury from thrown broken parts or workpieces . To avoid fire or toxic reaction , never use gasoline , Sears may recommend other accessories not listed in naphtha , acetone , lacquer thinner or similar highly this manual See your neraest Sears store or Power and volatile solvents to clean the dril ! press . Hand Tool Catalog for other accessorie & ITEM DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A . Head assembly 1 Do not use any accessory unless you have completely B . Base 1 read the instruction or operator's manual for that C . Table assembly 1 accessory . D . Column assembly 1 E . Rack ring assembly 1 F . Rack 1 G . Feed handles 3 H . Worm gear 1 L Crank handle 1 J . Lock handle 1 Slotted screwdriver K . Hex bolts 4 h Fence assembly 1 M . Triangle knobs 2 N . Wing nuts 2 O . Washers 4 12 mm wrench P . 3mm & 4 mm Hex keys 2 Q . Chuck key 1 R . Chuck 1 S . Batteries 2 Adjustable wrenches
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UNPACKING AND CHECKING CONTENTS D E H I WWWW K O N # DD Q S R
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Depth stop nuts Depth scale pointer Beltspee _ - - - C / Motor pulley Spindle pulley Oo Depth scale Quill retu coil / spring in Rack ring Table bracket Belt speed sight window Table bracket Pulley cover Bevel lock bolt lock handle Base ON / OFF Motor switch with safety key Belt tension lock knob Fence endstop Laser guide Chuck Head locking screw Bevel scale Feed handle Table Column Rack
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HEAD LOCKING SCREWS - Locks the head to the BASE - Supports dril ! press . For additional stability , holes are provided in base to bolt drill press to column . ALWAYS lock head in place while operating the workbench . drill press . BACKUP MATERIAL - A piece of scrap wood placed ON / OFF SWITCH - incorporates a safety switch between the workpiece and table . The backup board key which can be removed to prevent access from prevents wood in the workpiece from splintering when unauthorized users . Insert the key into the switch to turn the drill passes through the backside of the workpiece . It the drill press on . also prevents drilling into the table top . PULLEY COVER ASSEMBLY - Covers the pulleys and BELT TENSION - Appropriate belt tenson is achived belt during operation of the drill press . with approximately 1 / 2 in . deflection . RACK - Combines with gear mechanism to provide BELT TENSION LOCK KNOB - Locks the motor easy elevation of the table by the table crank handle . bracket support maintaining correct belt distance and tension . RACK RiNG - Holds the rack to the column . Rack remains movable in the collar to permit table support movements . BEVEL SCALE - Shows degree of table angle for bevel operations . REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE ( R . P . M ) - The number CHUCK - Holds a drill bit or other recommended of turns completed by a spinning object in one minute . accessory to perform desired operations . SPINDLE SPEED - The R . PM . of the spindle . CHUCK KEY - A self - ejecting chuck key is provided and designed to pop out of the chuck when you let go of SPRING CAP - Adjusts the quill return spring tension . iL This action is designed to help prevent throwing of the chuck key from the chuck when the power is turned ON . TABLE - Provides a working surface to support the Do not use any other key as a substitute . workpiece . COLUMN - Connects the head , table , and base on a TABLE BEVEL LOCK BOLT - Locks the table in any one piece tube for easy alignment and movemenL position from 0 ° - 45 ° . TABLE CRANK HANDLE - Elevates and lowers table . DEPTH SCALE - Indicates depth of hole being drilled . Support lock handle must be released before operating crank . DEPTH SCALE STOP NUTS - Can be adjusted to stop the qui ! ! for certain depth drilling operations . TABLE SUPPORT LOCK HANDLE - Tightening locks DRILL B _ T - The cutting too ! used in the drill press to the table support to the column . Always have it locked in make holes in a workpiece . place while operating the dril ! press . DRiLLiNG SPEED - Changed by placing the belt in any TABLE BRACKET - Rides on the column to support the table . of the steps ( grooves ) in the pulleys . See the Spindle Speed Chart inside belt guard . WORKPIECE - Material being drilled . FEED HANDLE - Moves the chuck up or down . One or two of the handles may be removed if necessary whenever the workpiece is of such unusual shape that it interferes with the handle & FENCE - Attaches to the table to align the workpiece or for fast repetitive drilling . Remove fence when it interferes with other drili press accessories .
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NOTE : Table removed from bracket in illustration for ASSEMBLY JNSTRUCTmONS clarity . [ AWARNmN1G Fig . B For your own safety , never connect plug to power source outlet until all assembly steps are complete and you have read and understood the safety and operating instructions . 1 [ AWARN NI G The drill press is a heavy power too ! and should be lifted with the help of two PEOPLE OR MORE to safely assemble it . ASSEMBUNG COLUMN TO BASE ( FIG . A ) 1 . Position the base ( 2 ) on a flat worksurface . 2 . Place the column ( 1 ) on the base , aligning the mounting holes to the base . 3 . Locate the three hex bolts ( 3 ) from the loose parts bag . 4 . Place a bolt in each hole through the column support 3 . Place the rack ( 5 ) inside the table bracket ( 3 ) , making and thread into the base . Tighten with a 12ram sure the worm gear ( 1 ) on the inside of the table wrench . bracket is engaged with the teeth of the rack and the arrow stamped on the rack is pointing up . Fig . A Fig . C INSTALLING TABLE TO COLUMN ASSEI _ IBLY ( FIG . B THROUGH F ) 1 . Insert the worm gear ( 1 ) into the table crank handle hole ( 2 ) from inside the table support ( 3 ) . Make sure the worm gear ( 1 ) meshes with the inside raising / lowing gear _ 2 . Instal ! the table bracket lock handle ( 4 ) into the hole at the rear of the table bracket assembly . NOTE : Instal ! the handle from left to right , so it enters the non - threaded side of the table bracket first as shown in Fig . C . 10
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4 _ Slidethetableassemblywiththerackontothe 7 _ Instalt ! hetablecrankhandle ( 9 ) ontothewormgear column . shaft ( 11 ) onthesideofthetablesupport ( 12 ) _ 5 _ Engagethebottomoftherack ( 5 ) withthelipofthe 8 _ Lineuptheflatsideoftheshaftwiththesetscrew ( 10 ) columnsuppor ( t6 ) _ Tightenthetablebrackeltock inthecrankhandleandtightenthescrewwiththe handle ( 4 ) to lockthetableassemblytothecolumn . 3mmhexwrenchprovided . Fig . D Fig . F 10 9 ® © 11 5 12 j6 J INSTALLING THE HEAD ( FIG . G } IAWARNINGI 6 _ install the rack ring ( 7 ) on the column so the top lip of the rack sits into the rack ring . The Drill Press head is heavy and should be lifted with the help of two PEOPLE OR MORE to safely assemble IMPORTANT : The bottom of the collar MUST NOT be the drill press head on the column . pushed all the way down onto the top of the rack . MAKE SURE the top of the rack is under the bottom of the 1 . Carefully lift the head ( 1 ) and slide it into the collar and that there is enough clearance to al ! ow the column ( 2 ) . Make sure the head slides down over the rack to freely rotate around the column . Tighten the set column as far as possible . Align the head with the base . screw ( 8 ) . 2 . Using the 4ram hex wrench provided , tighten the two NOTE : To avoid column or collar damage , DO NOT head locking setscrews ( 3 ) on the right side of the OVERTIGHTEN the set screw . head . Fig . E Fig . G 8 7 5 11
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tNSTALUNGFEEDHANDLES ( FIG . H ) 4 . Unlockthetablesupporltock ( 4 - Fig . D ) andswing 1 _ Threadeachfeedhandle ( 1 ) intothethreaded thetableawayfromthebottomofthechuck . holes ( 2 ) onthehubassembly ( 3 ) andTighten _ 5 . Usinga rubbermalletora hammear nda blockof wood , tapthechuckontothespindlefirmly ( Fig . K ) . Fig . H Fig . K tNSTALUNGTHECHUCK ( FIG . J , J ANDK ) 1 . Cleanoutthetaperedholeinthechuck ( 1 ) witha cleanclothanda non - alcohoblasedcleanerW . ipe cleanalloil resideandanydirtorgrimethoroughly . MOUNTINGDRILLPRESSTOWORKSURFACE 2 . Cleantaperedsurfacesonthespindle ( 2 ) inthe samemannear sabove . ( FIG . L } 1 . If mountingthedrillpresstoaworkbencha , solid NOTE : Makesuretherearenoforeignparticles woodbenchispreferredoveraplywoodboard , to reducenoiseandvibration . stickingtothesurfacesT . heslightespt ieceofdirtor oilresideonanyof thesesurfaceswillpreventthe 2 . Holesshouldbepre - drilledthroughthesupporting surface . chuckfromseatingproperlyT . hiswil ! causethedrill chuckandbittowobbleI . ftaperedholeisextremely 3 . Thehardwareto mountthisdrillpressisNOT dirty , usea non - alcohobJasedcleanerona cleanrag suppliedwiththetoolThehardwareasshowninthe toclean . illustratiosnhouldbeused : @ Fig . t _ l , ii , , _ Fig . L 1 . Dril ! press base 2 . Bolt 3 . Fiat washer 2 4 . Rubber washer 5 . Worksurface 6 . Flatwasher 7 . Lockwasher 8 . Hex nut 3 . Open the jaws of the chuck ( 1 ) by rotating the chuck 9 . Jam nut sleeve clockwise . To prevent damage , make sure the jaws are completely receded into the chuck , j 2 3 4 Fig . J . _ : = _ _ 1 [ I E _ I I 2 _ i i 6 9 5 7 8 12
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FENCE ASSEMBLY ( FIG . M ) ADJUSTMENTS mNSTRUCTmONS 1 _ Align the mounting holes of the fence over the table slots . NOTE : All the adjustments for the operation of the 2 . Place a washer ( 2 ) on the threaded end of the knob drill press have been completed at the factory . Due to ( 3 ) . Insert the knob through the mounting hole of the normal wear and use , some occasional readjustments fence and the table slot . may be necessary . 3 . Place a washer and wing nut ( 4 ) on the knob from under the table . [ a , WARNm ] NG 4 . Repeat for the other knob and tighten . To avoid injury from an accidenta ! start , ALWAYS make sure the switch is in the " OFF " position , the switch key Fig . M is removed , and the plug is not connected to the power source outlet before making belt adjustments . BEVEL DRILLING ( FIG . N ) NOTE : A bevel scale has been included to measure approximate bevel angle & If precision is necessary , a square or other measuring tool should be used to position the table . To use the bevel scale ( 6 ) : 1 . TIGHTEN the nut ( 4 ) on the locking pin using a 10mm or adjustable wrench clockwise to RELEASE it from the table support . 2 . Loosen the large hex head table bevel locking bolt ( 5 ) using a 17ram or adjustable wrench . 3 . Tilt the table , aligning the desired angle measurement to the zero line opposite the scale ( 6 ) . 4 . Tighten the table bevel locking bolt ( 5 ) . 5 . To return the table to its original position , loosen the table bevel locking bolt ( 5 ) . Return the table ( 6 ) to the 0 ° position . 6 . Return nut ( 4 ) on locking pin to the OUTSIDE END OF THREADS . Gently tap locking pin until it is seated in the mating hole of the table brackeL Hand tighten nut ( 4 ) . NOTE : The table has been removed form the illustration for clarity _ Fig . N 6 J 13
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NOTE : DO NOT OVERTIGNTEN and restrict quil ! [ AWARNINI G movement . To prevent persona ! injury , always disconnect the plug 5 from the power source when making any adjustments . Fig . P 6 SPINDLE / QUILL ( FIG . O ) Rotate the feed handles counterclockwise to lower spindle to its lowest position . Hold the chuck and move it front to back . If there is excessive play , proceed with 1 the following adjustments : 1 . Loosen the lock nut ( 1 ) located on the right side of 2 the drill press . 2 . Turn the screw ( 2 ) clockwise to eliminate the play , IAWARNmNI G but without obstructing the upward movement of the To avoid injury from an accidenta ! start , ALWAYS make spindle . ( A little play in the spindle is normaL ) sure the switch is in the " OFF " position , the switch key 3 . Tighten the lock nut ( 1 ) . is removed , and the plug is not connected to the power source outlet before making belt adjustments . Fig . 0 BELT TENS ! ON ( FIG . Q ) 1 . To unlock the belt tension , turn the belt tension lock knob ( 1 ) on the right side of the drill press head counterclockwise . 2 . Pull the motor ( 2 ) toward the front of the drill press to loosen the belt tension . 3 . Position the belt on the correct pulley steps for the QUILL RETURN SPRING ( FIG . P ) desired speed . The quill return spring may need adjustment if the quil ! 4 . Push the motor away from the dril ! press head until return speed is too rapid or too slow . the belt is properly tensioned . NOTE : Belt tension is correct if the belt deflects 1 . Lower the table for additiona ! clearance . approximately 1 / 2 inch when pressed at its center . 2 . Place a screwdriver in the lower front notch ( 1 ) of the 5 . Tighten the belt tension lock knob ( 1 ) to secure the spring cap ( 2 ) . Hold it in place while loosening and motor in position . removing only the outer jam nut ( 3 ) . 3 . With the screwdriver still engaged in the notch , Fig . Q loosen the inner nut ( 4 ) just until the notch ( 5 ) disengages from the boss ( 6 ) on the drit ! press head . NOTE : DO NOT REMOVE THIS INNER NUT , J 2 because the spring will forcibly unwind . 4 . Carefully turn the spring cap ( 2 ) counterclockwise with the screwdriver , engaging the next notch . 5 . Lower the quil ! to the lowest position by rotating the feed handle in a counterclockwise direction while holding the spring cap ( 2 ) in position . THE LASER TRAC ® 6 . If the quill moves up and down as you desire , tighten Your tool is equipped with our latest innovation , the the inner nut ( 4 ) sung against the spring cap and Laser Trac ® , a battery powered device using Class secure the outer nut ( 3 ) against the inner nut with the II laser beams . The laser beams wil ! enable you to adjustable wrench . preview the drill bit path on the workpiece to be drilled before you begin your operation . 14
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4 _ Once adjustments are completed , retighten the four [ AWARNING I screws ( 4 ) _ AVOID DIRECT EYE CONTACT A Laser light is radiated when the laser guide is turned Fig . R on . Avoid direct eye contact . Always un = plug the drill press from the power source before making any adjustments . A laser pointer is not a toy and should not come into hands of children . Misuse of this appliance can lead 4 to irreparable eye injuries . Any adjustment to increase the laser power is 3 forbidden . When using the laser pointer , do not point the laser beam towards people and / or reflecting surfaces . Even a laser beam of lower intensity may cause eye damage . Therefore , do not look directly into the laser beam . If the laser pointer is stored for more than three months without use , please remove the batteries to avoid damage from possibly leaking batteries . The laser pointer includes no servicing components . Never open the housing for repair or adjustments . On units equipped with the laser attachment , repairs shall only be carried out by the laser manufacturer or an authorized agent . Laser Warning label : Max output < 1mW DIODE LASER : 630 = 670nm , Complies with 21CFR 1040.10 and 1040 . 11 . ADJUSTING THE LASER LINES ( FIG . R ) A . How to check the Laser - beam Alignment ? 1 . Adjust the table height so it is 5 in . below the bottom of the chuck . 2 . Scribe a round circle ( approx . 1 / 8 in . ) on a piece of scrap wood . 3 . insert a drill bit approx 1 / 8 in . diameter into the chuck and tighten . 4 . Lower the quill and align the scribed circle with the drill bit and fasten the wood to the table . 5 . Turn on the laser and verify the laser lines ( x ) are centered onto the scribed circle . B . ALIGNING THE LASER - BEAM ( FIG . R ) To adjust the laser lines : 1 . Turn on the laser by pressing the rocker switch . 2 . Lower the drill press quil ! and loosen one turn each the four screws ( 4 ) . 3 . To adjust the laser beam left / right , turn the adjustment screw ( 1 ) no more than 1 / 8 turn in either direction . To adjust the laser beam front to back , turn the adjusting screw ( 2 ) no more than 1 / 8 turn in either direction . 15
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BASmC DRILL PRESS OPERATmONS J , AWARNING j ALWAYS lock the switch " OFF " when the drill press is NOTE : This machine incorporates view windows on the not in use by removing the safety switch key keep it in a pulley cover used to observe the location of the belL safe place . In the event of a power failure , blown fuse , or tripped circuit breaker , turn the switch " OFF " and [ AWARN N ! G remove the key , preventing an accidental startup when To avoid possible injury , keep guard closed and in place power comes on . while tool is in operation . Fig . T SPEEDS AND BELT PLACEMENT ( FIG . S ) This drill press has 5 speeds , as listed below : 620 RPM 1100 RPM 1720RPM 2340 RPM 3100 RPM See inside of the pulley guard for specific placement of the belts on the pulleys to change speeds . Fig . S 620RPM 1100RPM 1720RPM INSTALLING DRILL BIT IN CHUCK ( FIG . U ) 1 . With the switch " OFF " and the switch key removed , open the chuck jaws ( 1 ) using the chuck key ( 2 ) . Turn the chuck key counterclockwise to open the chuck jaws ( 1 ) . 2 . insert the drill bit ( 3 ) into the chuck far enough to 2340RPM 3100RPM obtain maximum gripping by the jaws , but not far enough to touch the spirat grooves ( flutes ) of the drilJ bit when the jaws are tightened . 3 . Make sure that the drii ! is centered in the chuck . 4 . Turn the chuck key clockwise to tighten the jaws . ON / OFF SWITCH ( FIG . T ) The ON / OFF switch has a removable , safety switch [ _ WARNING ] key . With the key removed from the switch , unauthorized To avoid injury or accident by the chuck key ejecting and hazardous use by children and others are minimized forcibly from the chuck when the power is turned " ON " , as the switch can not be turned on without the key use only the self - ejecting chuck key supplied with this drill press . ALWAYS recheck and remove the chuck key 1 . To turn the drit ! press " ON " , insert key ( 2 ) into the slot before turning the power " ON " . of the switch ( 1 ) . Move the switch upward to the " ON " position . 2 . To turn the driJl press " OFF " , move the switch downward . 3 . To lock the switch in the OFF position , grasp the sides of the safety switch key , and pult it out . 4 . With the switch key removed , the switch wi ! ! not turn the power tool on . 5 . If the switch key is removed while the drill press is running , it can be turned " OFF " but cannot be restarted without inserting the switch key . 16
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Fig . U Workpieee method ( Fig . W and X } 1 . Mark the depth ( 1 ) of the hole on the side of the workpiece ( Fig . W ) . 2 . With the switch " OFF " , bring the drill bit ( 2 ) down until the tip is even with the mark ( Fig . W ) 3 . Hold the feed handle at this position . 4 . Spin the lower nut ( 3 ) down to contact the depth stop lug ( 6 ) on the head ( Fig . X ) . 1 5 . Spin the upper nut ( 5 ) down and tighten against the lower nut ( 3 ) ( Fig . X ) . 3 " 6 . The drill bit will now stop after traveling the distance marked on the workpiece . USING THE FENCE ( FIG . V ) The fence provides a way of accurately and quickly Fig . W setting up the workpiece for precision or for repitive drilling operations . 1 . Using a centerpunch or sharp nail , make an indentation in the workpiece where you want to dril ! . 2 . Align the laser lines ( x ) with the indentation on the 2 workpiece . 3 . Loosen the knobs ( 1 ) and slide the fence back stop ( 2 ) firmly against the long side of the workpiece . Tighten the knobs when in position . 4 . Loosen the wing nut ( 3 ) and slide the end stop ( 4 ) Depth seete method ( Fig . X ) along the fence until it is firmly against the left side of the workpiece . Tighten the wing nut . Note : With the chuck in the upper position , the tip of 5 . Check the accuracy by drilling into a scrap workpiece the drill bit must be just slightly above the top of the first . Adjust if needed . workpiece . 6 . Hold with your hand or clamp the top surface of the workpiece firmly to prevent it from lifting off the table 1 . With the switch " OFF " , turn the feed handle until the when the bit is raised . pointer ( 7 ) points to the desired depth on the depth scale ( 4 ) and hold the feed handle in that position . Fig . V 2 . Spin the lower nut ( 3 ) down to contact the depth stop lug ( 6 ) _ 3 . Spin the upper nut ( 5 ) against against the lower stop nut and tighten . 3 4 4 . The drill bit will stop after traveling the distance selected on the depth scale . Drill m hole Using a center punch or a sharp na { I , make an indentation in the workpiece where you want to drill . Turn on the laser assembly and align the laser lines ( x ) with the indentation . Turn the power switch on and pul ! down on the feed handles with only enough effort to allow the dril ! to cut . FEEDING TOO RAPIDLY might cause the belt or drill to slip , tear the workpiece loose , or break the drill bit . DRILLING TO A SPECtFJC DEPTH When driI ! { ng metal , it will be necessary to lubricate the Drilling a blind hole ( not all the way through workpiece ) tip of the drill bit with metal drilling oil to prevent it from to a given depth can be done two ways : overheating . 17
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Fig , × b . Whenever possible , position the workpiece to 3 5 7 contact the left side of the column , if it is too short or the table is tilted , use the fence provided or clamp solidly to the table , using the table s ! ots . c . When using a dril ! press vise , always fasten it to the table . d . Never do any work freehand ( hand - holding the workpiece rather than supporting it on the table ) , except when polishing . e . Securely lock the head and support to the column , f the table arm to the support , and the table to the table arm , before operating the dril ! press . fi Never move the head or the table while the tool is [ AWAR " I " Gi running . To avoid injury from an accidental start , ALWAYS make g . Before starting an operation , jog the motor switch sure the power switch is in the " OFF " position , the to make sure the drill or other cutting too ! does not wobble or cause vibration . switch key is removed , and the plug is not connected to the power source outlet before removing or installing the h . If a workpiece overhangs the table so it wi ! ! fa ! l or chuck . tip if not held , clamp it to the table or provide auxiliary support . BAS ! C OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS L Use fixtures for unusual operations to adequately hold , guide , and position workpiece . To get the best results and minimize the likelihood of j . Use the SPINDLE SPEED recommended for the personal injury , follow these instructions for operating specific operation and workpiece material Check your drill press . the panel on the inside pulley cover or the chart below for drilling speed information . For [ AWARN NIG accessories , refer to the instructions provided with For your own safety , always read the SAFETY each accessory . INSTRUCTIONS listed within this operator's manual . 4 . Never climb on the drill press table , it could break or pull the entire dril ! press down on you . FOR YOUR PROTECTION 5 . Turn the power switch " OFF " , and put away the switch key when leaving the drill press . [ AWARN NIG 6 . To avoid injury from thrown work or too ! contact , do To avoid being pulled into the power tool , do not wear not perform layout , assembly , or setup work on the loose clothing , gloves , neckties , or jewelry . Always tie table while the cutting tool is rotating . back long hair . 1 . if any part of your drill press is missing , DRILUNG SPEED TABLE ( RPM ) malfunctioning , damaged or broken , stop operation DRILL Bit Material immediately until that part is properly repaired or Diam . Wood Alum . , Zinc . , Brass iron , Steel replaced . ( inches ) 2 . Never place your fingers in a position where they 1 / 16 3100 3100 3100 could contact the drill bit or other cutting too ! . The 1 / 8 2340 workpiece may unexpectedly shift , or your hand 3 / 16 1720 could slip . 1 / 4 2340 3 . To prevent the workpiece from being torn from your 5 / 16 1100 hands , thrown , spun by the tool , or shattered , always 3 / 8 1720 properly support your workpiece as follows : 1 / 2 234O 1100 620 a . Always position BACKUP MATERIAL ( used beneath workpiece ) so that it contacts the left side of the column , or use the fence provided and a clamp to brace the workpieces .
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POSITIONINTGHETABLE AND WORKPtECE 2 . Turn the laser " ON " and align the laser lines ( x ) with ( FIG . AA AND BB ) the indentation before turning the drill ON . 1 . Lock the table ( 1 ) to the column ( 2 ) at a position so TILTING THE TABLE ( FIG . CO ) the tip of the drill bit ( 3 ) is just above the top of the NOTE : The table arm and support ( 1 ) has a predrilled workpiece ( 4 ) . hole with a locking pin inserted for locking the table into 2 . ALWAYS place a BACK - UP MATERIAL ( scrap wood ) a predrilled 0 ° bevel angle . on the table beneath the workpiece . This will prevent splintering or heavy burring on the underside of 1 . TIGHTEN the nut ( 2 ) on the locking pin using a the workpiece . To keep the back - up material from 10mm or adjustable wrench clockwise to RELEASE spinning , it MUST be positioned against the LEFT it from the table support . side of the column . 2 . Loosen the large hex head table bevel locking bolt ( 3 ) 3 . For a small piece that cannot be clamped to the using a 17ram or adjustable wrench . table , use a drill press vise ( optional accessory ) . IAWARNINGI [ WARNING I To preventinjuryb , e suretoholdthetable & tablearm To prevent the workpiece or backup material from being assembly , soitwillnotswivelortilt . thrown while drilling , you MUST position the workpiece against the LEFT side of the column . If the workpiece Fig . CO 4 or the backup material is not long enough to reach the column , clamp them to the table , or use the fence provided with the drift press to brace the workpiece . Failure to secure the workpiece could result in personal ( injury . 2 Fig . AA 3 - - - . . _ , _ 2 4 3 . Tiltthe table , aligning the desired angle measurement to the zero line opposite the scale ( 4 ) . 4 . Tighten the table bevel locking bolt ( 3 ) . 5 . To return the table to its origina ! position , loosen the table bevel locking bolt ( 3 ) . Return the table ( 1 ) to the 0 ° position . 6 . Return nut ( 2 ) on locking pin to the OUTSIDE END [ _ WARNING I OF THREADS . Gently tap locking pin until it is A dritl press vise MUST be clamped or bolted to the seated in the mating hole of the table bracket . Hand table to avoid injury from a spinning workpiece , or tighten nut ( 2 ) . damaged vise or bit parts . Remove the drill press fence when it interferes with IAWARN N ¢ I other dril ! press accessories . To avoid injury from spinning work or tool breakage , always clamp workpiece and backup material securely Fig . BB to the table before operating the drilI press . FEEDING 1 . Pulldown the feed handles with only enough effort to allow the drift bit to cut . 2 . Feeding too slowly might cause the drill bit to burn . Feeding too rapidly might cause the belt or drill to slip , tear the workpiece loose or break the drill bit . HOLDING A DRILLING LOCATION 3 . When drilling meta ! , it is necessary to lubricate the I . Usinga centerpunchorsharpnailm , ake an drill bit tip with oil to prevent burning of the workpiece indentatioinntheworkpieoewhere youwillbe and bit . drilling . 19
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Fig . DD [ AWARNIN ] G For your own safety , turn the switch OFF and remove the plug from the power source outlet before maintaining or lubricating your dril ! press _ Frequently blow out , using an air compressor or dust vacuum , any dust that accumulates inside the motor . Wear protective safety goggles . [ AWARNRjNG To avoid shock or fire hazard , Jfthe power cord is worn 1 or cut in any way , have it replaced immediately . LUBRICATmON All of the drill press bal ! bearings are packed with grease at the factory . They require no further lubrication . Periodically lubrbate the gear and rack , table elevation mechanism of the spindle the rack ( teeth ) of the quill CHANGING THE LASER BATTERIES ( FIG . DD ) Unplug your drill press . [ , AWARN NI G Failure to unplug your too ! could result in accidental starting causing possible serious personal injury . 1 . Open the battery cover ( 1 ) . 2 . Remove and replace the two batteries . 3 . Replace the battery cover . NOTE : Replace the batteries with batteries that have a rating of 1.5 volts ( Number 4 series and AAA size or equivalent ) . When replacing the batteries , the battery guide should be thoroughly cleaned . Use a soft paintbrush or similar device , to remove al ! sawdust and debris . 2O
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[ , & WARNINI G To avoid injury from accidental starting , always turn switch OFF and unplug the tool before moving , replacing the blade or making adjustments . , Consult your Sears Service Center if for any reason the motor will not run . PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES REMEDY Noisy operation 1 . incorrect belt tension . 1 . Adjust tension . See section " ASSEMBLY - TENSIONING BELT " 2 . Dry spindle . 3 . Loose spindle pulley . 2 . Lubricate spindle . See Section " LUBRICATION " . 4 . Loose motor pulley . 3 . Check tightenness of retaining nut on pulley , and tighten if necessary . 4 . Tighten set screw in motor pulley . Drill bit burn . 1 . incorrect spee & 1 . Change speed . See Section " BASIC DRILL PRESS OPERATION - SPINDLE SPEEDS " 2 . Chips not coming out of hole . 3 . Dulldrilblit . 2 . Retract drill frequently to clear chips . 4 . Feeding too slowly . 3 . Resharpen drill bit . 5 . Not lubricated . 4 . Feed fast enough - allow drill to cut . 5 . Lubricate drill . See Section " BASIC DRILL PRESS OPERATIONoFEEDING " Run out of drill bit point - 1 . Hand grain in wood or 1 . Resharpen drili bit correctly . drilled hole not round . lengths of cutting flutes and / 2 . Replace dril ! bit . or angles not equal . 2 . Bent drill bit . Wood splinters on 1 . No backup material under 1 . Use backup material . See Section " BASIC DRILL underside . PRESS OPERATION " . workpiece . Workpiece torn loose from 1 . Not supported or clamped 1 . Support workpiece or clamp itS . ee Section " BASIC hand . DRILL PRESS OPERATION " . properly . Drill bit binds in workpiece . Workpiece pinching drill bit , 1 . Support workpiece or clamp it . See Section " BASIC DRILL PRESS OPERATION " . or excessive feed presure . improper belt tension . 2 . Adjust tension . See Section " ASSEMBLY - TENSIONING BELT " . Excessive drill bit runout 1 . Bent drilblit . 1 . Use a straight drill bit . or wobble . 2 . Worn bearings . 2 . Replace bearings . 3 . Dril ! bit not properly insta ! led 3 . Instal ! drill properly . See Section " BASIC DRILL in chuck . PRESS OPERATION " and " ASSEMBLY " . 4 . Chuck not properly installed . 4 . Install chuck properly . See Section " ASSEMBLY - INSTALLING THE CHUCK " . Quill returns too slow or 1 . Coil spring has improper 1 . Adjust spring tension . See Section " ASSEMBLY - too fast . tension . ADJUSTMENTS - QUILL RETURN SPRING " . Chuck will not stay 1 . Dirt , grease , or oil on the 1 . Using a non - alcohol based cleaner , clean the attached to spindle . It fails tapered inside surface of tapered surface of the chuck and spindle to remove off when trying to install . chuck or on the spJndle's all dirt , grease and oil . See Section " ASSEMBLY - INSTALLING THE CHUCK " . tapered surface . The batteries are dead . The laser guide wil ! not 1 . 1 . Replace with new AAA batteries . turn on . 2 . 2 . The battery contacts need Tap outside the bottom and side of the laser housing adjustment . lightly with the but end of a screwdriver . 21
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10 in . DRmLL PRESS MODEL NO . 137.219000 [ AWARNINIG When servicing use only CRAFTSMAN replacement parts . Use of any other parts many create a HAZARD or cause product damage . [ , _ WARNING I Any attempt to repair or replace electriea ! parts on this Drill Press may create a HAZARD unless repair is done by a qualified service technician . Repair service is availabJe at your nearest Sears Service Center . PARTS LiST FOR SCHEI ' _ IATtC I . D _ NO _ DESCRIPTION SIZE I . D . NO , DESCRIPTION SIZE QTY QTY 047U SET BOLT M10 _ 1,5 0KFF CR . RE . PAN HD . SCREW M5 _ 0.8 - 8 047X POINTER 0KMS HEX . NUT M6 _ 1.0 T = 5 048K MOTOR ROD 0KMY HEX . NUT M8 _ 1.25 T = & 5 048P FEED SHAFT 0KPC HEX . NUT 3 / 8 _ 24UNF T = 8 048Z HANDLE BAR ASS'Y 0KQY LOCK NUT M8 ' _ 1.25 T = 8 0499 SPRING CAP ASS'Y 0KSQ STRAIN RELIEF 0KUX TERMINAL 049C QUILL SETSCREW M8 ' _ 1.25 - 14 049S SPINDLE PULLEY # 06 0LBD POWER CABLE 049Z MOTOR PULLEY ASS'Y 0LSC ROCKER SWITCH 04A5 CLAMP - CORD 0LWC ROCKER SWITCH 04AD SWITCH BOX 0SYV LOCATION PIN ASSY 04BM SWITCH COVER 0UGH DRIVING SLEEVEASSY 04Q4 STICKER 0V86 WARNING LABEL 04VT WORM 0VSA CHUCK KEY 04WG SPRING 0VND HEAD # AW 04WN MOTOR BASE 0VPE SPEED DIAGRAM 04XV PULLEY SETNUT 0WPL SWITCH KEY 05SZ CHUCK KEY HOLDER 0XF3 CRANK HANDLE ASS'Y 05TW NUT 25B0 WARNING LABEL 05VD TABLE LOCK HANDLE M10 _ 1 _ 5 - 25 25KA LASER STICKER 05X8 SHIFTER BOLT M8 " 1.25 - 20 266Z PLUNGER HOUSING ASS'Y 06SV CLAMP - CORD 26AN LASER ASSY 0g2J CHUCK & KEY 28N2 BATTERIES 0J3M HEX , WRENCH 3 mm 290M CAUTION LABEL 0J3P HEX , WRENCH 4 mm 29FK CLEAR PANEL 29KU PULLEY COVER ASS'Y # 06 0J4F FLAT WASHER @ 8X16 - 2.5 0J72 FLAT WASHER 1 / 4 ' _ 5 / 8 - 1 / 16 29L4 RACK 0J8F FLAT WASHER 1 / 4 ' _ 3 / 4 - 3 / 16 29R0 RACK RING ASSAY 29R1 TABLE BRACKET ASSAY 0J7F FLAT WASHER 5 / 16 ' _ 7 / 8 - 5 / 64 2A2F FENCE HARDWARE BAG ASS'Y 0JAF EXTERNAL TOOTH LOCK WASHER @ 5 0JCB SPRING PiN 2A7V QUILL ASS'Y 0JJZ V - BELT 2ARX BASE # 06 0JP4 HEX , HD . BOLT M8 _ 1.25 - 16 2AS1 TABLE # AW 0JQ7 HEX _ HD . BOLT M8 ' _ 1.25 - 25 2AUB SCALE 0JTA HEX , HD . BOLT 1 / 2 _ ' 12UNC - 7 / 8 2BOY OPERATOR'S MANUAL 0JXE HEX _ SOC _ SETSCREW M8 " 1.25 - 8 2B7K COLUNM ASS'Y 0K51 CR . RE . COUNT HD . SCREW M4 _ 0.7 - 8 2BJ1 MOTOR ASS'Y 0K7K CR . RE . ROUND WASHER HD . SCREW M6 _ 1.0 - 12 2C05 TRADE - MARK LABEL 2C06 LABEL 0K9X DRIVE SCREW @ 2.3 - 5 0KC6 CR . RE . TRUSSHD _ TAPPING SCREW M4 " 16 - 12 2C07 SCALE 0KDH CR . RE . PAN HD . SCREW M5 _ 0.8 - 8 2C08 SPEED DIAGRAM 0KDJ CR . RE . PAN HD _ SCREW M5 _ 0.8 - 12 22
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10 in . DRILL PRESS MODEL NO . 137.219000 SCHEMATIC OJJZ _ 0UGH 0KDH 3 2C08 OVPE 048Z 0KSQ 2 o _ 048K 0K7K 04WG 2C08 048P OJP44 0KQY2 04AD 06SV 0KDJ2 0KDJ 04BM 0KC62 OLWC 0L6D OKFF2 OKUX 047X 047U / -
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