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TABLE SAW ModeJ No . 137o228210 CAUTmON : , , Safety Instructions , , installation Before using this Table Saw , read this manual and follow all its o Operation • Maintenance Safety Rules and Operating Instructions . Parts List Customer He _ p Line t = 800 - 843 - t682 Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 USA Part No . 137228210001
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k _ SECTION PAGE 12 . GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WEARYOUR ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION . Any table Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 BEFORE USING THE TABLE SAW saw can throw foreign Product Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 objects into the eyes which Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Safety is a combination of common sense , staying alert and Accessories and Attachments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . { _ could cause permanent eye knowing how to use your table saw . Tools Needed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 damage . ALWAYS wear Carton Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Safety Goggles ( not glasses ) Know your Table Saw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 that comply with ANSI safety standard Z87 . 1 . Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 To avoid mistakes that could cause serious injury , do not Everyday eyeglasses have only impact - resistant Assembly and Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 plug the table saw in until you have read and understood the lenses . They ARE NOT safety glasses . Safety Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 following : GoggJes are available at Sears . NOTE : Glasses or Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 goggles not in compliance with ANSI Z87 . 1 could 1 . READ and become familiar with this entire instruction Troubleshootin _ Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22324 seriously hurt you when they break . manual . LEARN the tool's applications , limitations , and Making a Push atick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 13 . WEAR A FACE MASK OR DUST MASK , possible hazards . Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sawing operation produces dust . , KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in working order . ! 4 . SECURE WORK . Use clamps or a vise to hold work 3 . REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES . when practical , tt's safer than using your hand and it Form the habit of checking to see that keys and frees both hands to operate too ! . adjusting wrenches are removed from the tool before 15 . turning ON . DISCONNECTTOOLS before servicing , and when changing accessories , such as blades , bits , cutters , . KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN . Cluttered areas and and the like . benches invite accidents . FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY 16 . REDUCE THE RISK OF UNtNTENTmONALSTARTING . . DON'T USE iN A DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT . If this product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within one year from the date of purchase , Sears Make sure the switch is in OFF position before Don't use power tools in damp or wet locations , or will repair it free of charge . plugging in . expose them to rain . Keep work area well lighted . Contact a Sears Service Center for repair , 17 _ USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES . Consult the , KEEP CHILDREN AWAY . All visitors should be kept at owner's manual for the recommended accessories . If this product is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty applies only for 90 days from the date of a safe distance from the work area . The use of improper accessories may cause risk of purchase . injury to persons . 7 . MAKE WORKSHOP KID PROOF with padlocks , master This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . switches , or by removing starter keys . t8 . NEVER STAND ON TOOL . Serious injury could occur , if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool is unintentionally DON'T FORCE THE TOOL . It will do the job better Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Dept . 817 WA , Hoffman Estates , iL 60179 contacted . and safer at the rate for which it was designed . 19 . CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS . Before further use of . USE THE RIGHT TOOL . Don't force tool or the the toot , a guard or other part that is damaged should attachment to do a job for which it was not designed . be carefully checked to determine that it will operate 10 . USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD , Make sure your properly and perform its intended function . Check for extension cord is in good condition . When using an alignment of moving parts , binding of moving parts , extension cord , be sure to use one heavy enough to breakage of parts , mounting , and any other conditions carry the current your product will draw . An undersized that may affect its operation . A guard or other part that MOTOR cord wil ! cause a drop in line voltage resulting in loss is damaged should be properly repaired or replaced . Maximum developed HP . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2120 of power and overheating . The table on page 7 shows Volts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 . To avoid electrical hazards , fire hazards , or damage to the NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNATTENDED . the correct size to use depending on cord length and Amperes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . 8.50 tool , use proper circuit protection . TURN THE POWER OFF . Don't leave the tool until nameplate ampere rating . If in doubt , use the next Hertz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 it comes to a complete stop . heavier gauge . The smaller the gauge number , the RPM ( no load ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3450 Your table saw is wired at the factory for 120V operation . heavier the cord . Overload protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . YES Connect to a I20V , 15 AMP branch circuit and use a 15 DON'T OVERREACH , Keep proper footing and balance at all times . AMP time delay fuse or circuit breaker . To avoid shock or 11 . WEAR PROPER APPAREL . DO NOT wear loose SAW fire , replace power cord immediately if it is worn , cut or clothing , gloves , neckties , rings , bracelets , or other Table Wi Extension wing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 - 1 / 4 " x 27 " MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE . Keep tools sharp damaged in any way . Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 " diameter jewelry which may get caught in moving parts . and clean for best and safest performance . Follow Max . depth of cut at 90 ° . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 1 / 2 " Nonslip footwear is recommended . Wear protective instructions for lubricating aqd changing accessories . Max . depth of cut at 45 ° . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 1 / 4 " " hair covering to contain long hair . Max . width of dado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 / 16 Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Ibs . Leg stand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . YES Miter Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . YES SAVE THESE Rip Fence . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . YES INSTRUCTIONS 2 3
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" \ GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS 13 . AVOID KICKBACKS ( work thrown back towards you ) 23 . DIRECTmON OF FEED . Feed work into a blade or cutter Fig . A 3 - Prong Plug by keeping the blade sharp , keeping the rip fence against the direction of rotation of the blade or cutter parallel to the saw blade , and by keeping the spreader , only . anti - kickback pawls , and guard in place This tool must be grounded while in use to protect the 24 . WARNING : Dust generated from certain materials can and functioning . Do not release work before it is operator from electrical shock . be injurious to your heal [ h . Always operate saw in welt pushed all the way past the saw blade . Do not rip IN THE EVENT OF A MALFUNCTmON OR BREAKDOWN , Grounding Prong ventilated areas and provide for proper dust removal . work that is twisted , warped , or does not have a grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric Properly Groundedcle straight edge to guide along the fence . current and reduces the risk of electric shock . This tool is 3 - Prong Recepta SPEC RC SAFETY mNSTRUCTmONS equipped with an electric cord that has an equipment AVOID AWKWARD OPERATIONS and hand positions 14 . FOR THE TABLE SAW grounding conductor and a grounding plug . The plug where a sudden slip could cause your hand to move Fig . B Grounding Lug _ - _ MUST be plugged into a matching receptacle that is , ALWAYS USE SAW BLADE GUARD spreader and into the cutting tool . , ] properly installed and grounded in accordance with ALL anti - kickback pawls for every operation for which ] local codes and ordinances . they can be used , including through - sawing . ! 5 . NEVER USE SOLVENTS to clean plastic parts . Make Sure This DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG PROVIDED . If it will not fit is Connected to a Through - sawing operations are those in which the Solvents could possibly dissolve or otherwise damage Known Ground the receptacle , have the proper receptacle installed by a blade cuts completely through the workpiece the material . Only a soft damp cloth should be used to qualified electrician . when ripping or cross - cutting . 2 * pProngtacle clean plastic parts . Rece iMPROPER CONNECTION of the equipment grounding 2 . ALWAYS HOLDTHE WORK FIRMLY against the conductor can result in risk of electric shock . The 16 . MOUNT your table saw before performing any cutting miter gauge or rip fence . conductor with the green insulation ( with or without yellow operations . Refer to installation instructions . stripes ) is the equipment grounding conductor . If repair . USE A PUSH STICK when required . Always use a or replacement of the etectric cord or plug is necessary , 17 . NEVER CUT METALS or materials which may make push stick for ripping narrow stock . Refer to ripping DO NOT connect the equipment grounding conductor hazardous dust . This table saw is for indoor use only . Do not expose to rain applications in the instruction manual where the to a live terminal . or use in damp locations push stick is covered in detail . See the push stick ALWAYS USE IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA . 18 . CHECK with a qualified electrician or service person if you pattern included in this Owner's Manual . GUIDELINES FOR EXTENSION CORDS Remove saw dust frequently . Clean out sawdust from do not completely understand the grounding instructions , or if the interior of the saw to prevent a potential fire hazard . you are not sure the tool is properly grounded . NEVER PERFORM ANY OPERATION . USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD . Make sure your USE ' ONLY 3 - wire extension cords that have 3 _ prong " FREE HAND " , which means using only your hands extension cord ts in good condition . When using an extension 19 , NEVER LEAVE THE TOOL running unattended . grounding plugs and 3 - pole receptacles that accept to support or guide the workpiece . Always use either cord , be sure to use one heavy enough to carry the current Don't leave the tool until it comes to a complete stop . the tool's plug . Repair or replace damaged or worn the fence or the miter gauge to position and guide the your product will draw . An undersized cord witl result in a cord immediately . work . drop in line voltage ! and in loss of power which will cause the 20 . For proper operation follow the instructions of this Use a separate electrical circuit for your tools . This circuit tool to overheat . The tabIe below shows the correct size to owner's manual titled * ' SAW MOUNTED TO WORK 5 . NEVER STAND or have any part of your body in line must not be less than # 12 wire and should be protected use depending on cord length and nameplate ampere rating . with the path of the saw blade . Keep your hands out SURFACES . " Failure to provide sawdust fall4hrough with a 15 Amp time tag fuse . Before connecting the motor If in doubt , use the next heavier gauge . The smaller the of the line of the saw blade . and removal hole will allow sawdust to build up in the to the power line , make sure the switch is in the OFF gauge number , the heavier the cord . motor area , which may result in a fire hazard or cause position and the electric current is rated the same as the 6 . NEVER REACH behind or over the cutting tool motor damage . current stamped on the motor nameplate . Running at a Be sure your extension cord is properly wired and in for any reason . lower voltage will damage the motor . good condition . Always replace a damaged extension cord or have it repaired by a qualified person before using it . Protect 7 . REMOVE the rip fence when cross - cutting . ELECTRmCAL REQUIREMENTS This tool is intended for use on a circuit that has a receptacle your extension cords from sharp objects , excessive heat and like the one illustrated in FIGURE A . FIGURE A shows a damp or wet areas . 8 . DO NOT USE molding head set with this saw . POWER SUPPLY AND MOTOR SPEC _ F ] CATaONS 3 - prong electrical plug and receptacle that has a grounding conductor . If a properly grounded receptacle is not available , 9 . FEED WORK INTO THE BLADE against the an adapter ( FIGURE B ) can be used to temporarily connect direction of rotation only . ( when using 120 volts only ) this plug to a 2 - contact ungrounded receptacle . The adapter To avoid electrical hazards , fire hazards , or damage to the Ampere Rating Total ! , e , n , , gth of cord in feet ( FIGURE B ) has a rigid lug extending from it that MUST be tool , use proper circuit protection . Use a separate electrica ! more 1ban not more th _ n 25 ' 50 ' 100 ' 150 ' I0 . NEVER use the fence as a cut - off gauge when connected to a permanent earth ground , such as a properly o 6 18 16 16 14 circuit for your tools . Your saw is wired at the factory for t20V cross - cutting . grounded receptacle box . THE TEMPORARY ADAPTER 6 10 18 16 14 12 operation . Connect to a 120V , 15 Amp circuit and use a 15 SHOULD BE USED ONLY UNTIL A PROPERLY 10 12 16 16 14 12 Amp time delay fuse or circuit breaker . To avoid shock or fire , 11 . NEVER ATTEMPTTO FREE A STALLED SAW GROUNDED OUTLET CAN BE INSTALLED BY A 12 16 14 12 Not Recommended if power cord is worn or cut , or damaged in any way , have it BLADE without first turning the saw OFR Turn QUALIFIED ELECTRICBAN . The Canadian Electrical Code replaced immediately . power switch OFF immediately to prevent motor prohibits the use of adapters . damage . CAUT ! ON : In a ! ! cases , make certain the receptac ! e is 12 . PROVIDE ADEQUATE SUPPORT to the rear and properly grounded . If you are not sure have a qualified sides of the saw table for wide or long workpieces . electrician check the receptacle . SAVE THESE mNSTRUCT ONS ! NSTRUCTMONS SAVE THESE 4
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NOTE : To make assembly easier , keep the contents of the UNPACKING YOUR TABLE SAW box together . Apply a coat of automobile wax to the table . Wipe all parts thoroughly with a clean dry cloth . This will reduce friction when pushing the workpiece . TABLE OF LOOSE PARTS RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES ITEM DESCRIPTION QUANTITY Visit your Sears Hardware Department or see the Craftsman A Table t Power and Hand tools Catalog to purchase recommended accessories for this power toot . I B Btade guard and splitter 1 C Rip fence 1 D Rip fence handle 1 E Miter gauge To avoid the risk of personal injury , do not modify this power 1 F Miter gauge handle tool or use accessories net recommended by Sears . ! G Table extension ( Table extension hardware ) : H Hex . socket head A Do not use adjustable ( wobble ) type dadoes or carbide cap bolt M8x1 . 25 - 254 tipped dado blades on this saw . Maximum dado width is i / 2 " . 1 Flat washer 8.4x2 - 2 10 Do not use a dado with a diameter larger than 6 " . Also do J Hex . nut M8x1 . 25 T = 5 4 not use molding head set with this saw . 2 K Table extension set plates 1 L Hex keywrenches Do not use any accessory unless you have completely read M Blade 2 the instruction or owner's rnanual for that accessory . ( Handwheel hardware ) : q N Crown nuts 2 E F G H I J K O Handwheels 2 ( Splitter bracket hardware ) : P Hex hd . bolt M6x10 - 16 2 Q Flat washer 1 / 4x3 / 4 - 3 / 64 2 TOOLS NEEDED R Tooth washer 6 2 S Hex nut Mdxl . 0 T = 5 2 © © ® T Hex hd . bolt M8x1 . 25 - 50 1 X M N 0 P Q R S T U V W U Tooth washer 8 2 V Flat washer 5 / 16x7 / 8 _ 5 / 64 2 Medium screwdriver Adjustable wrench W Guard bracket 1 - = T - 1 X Self - locking ring i ( Leg Stand ) : # 2 Phillips screwdriver ! Y Bracket 4 ii I I ili II i I ! 2 Z Bottom bracket ( short ) 2 Straight edge Combination square AA Upper bracket ( tong ) @ @ ¢ _ _ 2 AB Upper bracket ( short ) o i3 AE 2 AC Bottom bracket ( long ) _ = = @ ( p = = _ = ( Leg stand hardware ) : I . 2O AD Cap head square neck bolt AE Flat washer 3 / 8x29 / 32 - 5 / 64 2O i AF Hex . nut M8x1 . 25 T = 6.5 2O J _ 16 AG Spring washers Z AC AD Y AA AB AF UNPACKING AND CHECKING CONTENTS ( Leg pad hardware ) : 4 AH Leg pads Separate all parts from packing material . Check each one 4 AI Hex . hd . bolt M10x1 . 5 - 20 with the illustration and the list of loose parts to make certain 4 AJ Hex . nut M10xl . 5 T = 8 all items are a _ ccountedfor , before discarding any packing 4 AK Flat washer 10x20 - 2 material , % % % ® @ _ s , @ If any parts are missing , do not attempt to assemble the table saw , plug in the power cord , or turn the switch on until AJ AK AG AH AI the missing parts are obtained and are installed correctly . 6 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : • : : : , : { : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
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CROSSCUT - A cut made across the width of the CRAFTS _ AN PROFESSHONAL Blade Guard Table Insert Rip Fence workpiece . TABLE SAW TERMS FREEHAND - Performing a cut without using a fence MITER GAUGE - A guide used For " crosscutting operations Table ( LeEftx ) tensi ° n - x ? re Gau , ( guide ) , hold down or other proper device to prevent the that slides in the table top channels located on either side workpiece from twisting during the cutting operation . of the blade . It helps make accurate straight or angle cuts . Table Extension Z GUltfd - A sticky sap from wood proclucts . RIP FENCE - A guide used for rip cutting that clamps to ( Right ) z the table top . It allows the workpiece to be straight . _ 9 0 ¢ _ HEEL - Misaiignment of the blade . Overload Resei Switch TABLE INSERT - Provides access to the blade arbor for KERF o - Tohe amount of material removed by a blade cut . changing blades . On / Off Switch wilh Key Table Scale - - Blade Tilting _ / HTER CUT . _ An angle cut made across the width el : the OVERLOAD RESET SWITCH - Resets the thermocouple Handwheel workpiece . Blade Bevel Scale and provides a way to restart the saw motor if it overheats or overloads . RESIN - A sticky sap that has hardened . Blade Bevel Lock Handle BLADE BEVEL SCALE - Measures the angle the blade is REVOLUTIONS PER M _ NUTE ( RPM ) - The number of tilted when set for a bevel cut . turns completed by a spinning object in one minute . Blade Elevation Handwheei TABLE SCALE - Measures the distance the rip fence is SAW BLADE PATH - The area of the workpiece or table set from the blade , allowing quick setups . top directly in line with the travel of the blade or the part of the workpiece which will be cut . ANTI : KICKBACK PAWLS - Prevents the workpiece from Leg Stand being kicked upward or back toward the front of the table SET - The distance between two saw blade tips , bent saw by the spinning blade . outward in opposite directions to each other . The further apart the tips are , the greater the set . SPUTTER - Keeps the workpiece spread apart after being Anti - Kickback Pawls Table Blade Splitter cut , to prevent binding on the blade and workpiece . WORKPIECE - The item being cut . The surfaces of a workpiece are commonly referred to as faces , ends , and BLADE ELEVATION HANDWHEEL - Raises and lowers edges . the blade . Power Cord Bracket LeadingEdge BLADE TILTING HANDWHEEL - Tilts the blade to any angle between 0 ° to 45 " for bevel cuts . SawbladePath Kerr WOODWORKMNG TERMS Sudace ARBOR - The shaft on which a blade is mounted . BEVEL CUT - An angle cut made through the face of the workpiece . Workpiece \ COMPOUND CUT - A simultaneous bevel and miter cut . Trailing Edge Blade Wrenches Splitter Bracket ! : ! - : : / : : ! : : : ii : : : ¸ : : : : ? : : : : : : - : _ , : : : / ! : : : : / : : : : : _ ) L : : : / : / : : 9 : : : • • • : : • • : • / • : vi • i : / : • : • / : : : : • / : : i • : : : : i / : ? : : : : : : ! : ¸ : : : 8
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SAW MOUNTED TO OTHER SURFACES ( FIG . D ) Fig , D 1 1 . if the leg set will not be used , the saw must be properly secured to a sturdy workbench using the four mounting holes at the base of the saw . 2 . A hole must be provided in the surface of the ASSEMBLY nNSTRUCTtONS SAW TO LEG SET ( FIG . B ) workbench where the saw is mounted to facilitate 2 1 . Before mounting the rip fence , blade guard , and miter sawdust fall - through and removal . gauge to the saw top , invert the saw table so that it is 3 . Square the saw on the mounting surface and mark the facing the floor . location of the four corners of the base . 2 . Position the leg set upside down on the saw base . For your own safety , never connect plug to power source 4 . Mark an 11 " x t3 " rectangle centered between the'four 3 . Match the holes of the stand to the holes on the corners . ou [ let until all assembly steps are complete , and you have bottom of the saw base . read and understood the safety and operating instructions . 5 . Cut out and remove the rectangle . This opening will 4 . Secure the leg set to the saw base using bolts , allow sawdust to fail through the saw base . washers , and nuts . LEG SET ( FIG . A ) o 6 . Place the table saw on the mounting surface , lining up 5 . When all bolts and nuts are tightened , carefully place the 1 . Separate all parts and group by size and style . with the corner marks , and mark the location of the saw in its upright position . table saw mounting holes . NOTE : Finger tighten bolts and nuts when joining 6 . Position the saw on a clean , level surface . 7 . Remove the table saw . The mounting hole marks parts . should form the corners bf a 14 " by 16 " rectangle . Failure to provide the sawdust fatl4hrough and removal hole Fig . B 2 . Use square neck bolts ( 1 ) , washers ( 2 ) , and nuts ( 3 ) to 8 . Drill 3 / 8 " holes into the mounting surface at the marks . will cause sawdust to build up in the motor area , which may assemble the leg set parts . 9 . Place the saw on the surface , aligning the mounting result in a fire hazard or cause motor damage , or injury . 3 . Attach a leg ( 4 ) to the long top bracket ( 5 ) . Attach the holes of the sawto the holes drilled in the mounting KEEPING THE AREA CLEAN ( FIG . E ) surface . Fasten the saw to the surface with 3 / 8 " bolts , next leg to the opposite end of the top bracket . Do not 1 . Saw dust and wood chips that fall from under the saw washers , and nuts . tighten . will accumulate on the floor . 4 . Repeat this assembly for the opposite side of the 2 . Make it a practice to pick up and discard this saw dust leg set . Do not tighten . when you have completed cutting . 5 . Attach the completed leg set assemblies to the short 3 . Always keep your work area clean , uncluttered and well top brackets ( 6 ) . Repeat on the opposite side . Do not lit . Do not work on floor surfaces that are slippery from tighten . sawdust or wax . 6 . Insert bolt ( 7 ) into the recessed hole pad ( 8 ) . Leg 7 . Insert into the leg flange hole and tighten , using \ mounting Fig . E washer ( 9 ) and nut ( 10 ) . Repeat for the three other legs . hole 8 . Attach bottom brackets ( 11 ) between each leg . 9 . Place the leg set on a level surface and tighten all nuts and bolts . Fig . A Saw base hole 11 To avoid injury always keep your work area clean , uncluttered and well lit . Do not work on floor surfaces that are slippery from sawdust or wax . 10 : • ' . . . . : , _ : . . . . . : : : : : i : : : i : : ' : i ¸ ¸ : '
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TABLE EXTENSION - LEFT SiDE ( FIG . F , G ) BLADE HANDWHEELS ( FIG . H , I ) MITER GAUGE ( FIG . J ) 3 . Raise the blade ( 4 ) to the highest position by turning the 1 . Place a set plate bracket ( 1 ) in the corner of the table 1 . Thread the miter gauge handle ( 1 ) into the top of the blade raising hand wheel counterclockwise . ( F _ G . M ) Blade raising handwheel ( FIG . H ) extension ( 2 ) , on the side to be attached to the table miter gauge ( 2 ) . 4 . Using the two blade wrenches , place the open - end 1 . Place a handwheel ( 1 ) on the elevation bolt ( 2 ) . Make saw , 2 . Loosen when changing miter angles , tighten when wrench ( 5 ) on the flats of the saw arbor ( 6 ) to hold it sure the slots ( 3 ) in the hub of the handwheel engage 2 . Place washers ( 3 ) on two socket head cap bolts ( 4 ) . locking at a chosen angle . stationary , and the box - end wrench ( 7 ) on the saw arbor with the pins ( 4 ) on the bolt . 3 . insert the bolts into the _ ension side , through the plate nut ( 8 ) . bracket . 2 . Attach and tighten the crown nut ( 6 ) to the end of the Fig . J 5 . Turn the box - end wrench counterclockwise to loosen the shaft . 4 . Place washers ( 5 ) and hex nuts ( 6 ) on the bolts ; do not arbor nut . tighten . 2 5 . Repeat for the other set plate bracket . Do not tighten . Fig . Fig . H w 1 Fig . F t 5 3 4 2 7 8 RiP FENCE ( FIG . K ) 1 . Thread the fence handle ( t ) into the cam hole ( 2 ) and tighten . 2 . Lift upward on the rip fence handle so that the holding clamp ( 3 ) is futly extended . 3 . Place the rear of the rip fence on the back of the saw table and engage the holding clamp to the table . Lower 2 4 the front end onto the front rail ( 4 ) . 4 . Push down on the fence handle to lock . 6 . Remove the arbor nut ( 8 ) and the outer btade flange ( 9 ) . Fig . K r - " 6 Remove the blade ( 4 ) . ( FIG . N ) 6 . Place the table extension next to the saw table , aligning 7 . Place the new blade on the arbor , making sure the teeth the mounting holes ( 7 ) . ( FIG . G ) i are pointing forward and down to the front of the saw 7 . Place washers ( 8 ) on two socket head cap bolts ( 9 ) , . and 3 table . [ thread in the mounting holes . 8 . Holding the blade flush against the inner blade t 8 . Turn the table upright and place a straight edge or flange ( 10 ) , place the outer blade flange ( 9 ) on the arbor combination square on the saw able , across the table and against the blade . extension . 9 . Thread the arbor nut ( 8 ) onto the arbor as far as possible 9 . Adjust the mounting bolts ( 9 ) untiI the extension is flush by hand . with the saw table . Tighten . ! 0 . Make sure that both flanges are flush against the blade . 10 . Adjust the extension to be level with the saw table , and Blade tiltit ! g handwheei ( FIG . i ) tighten the side bracket bolts ( 4 ) . t . Attach the other handwheel ( 7 ) to the blade tilting bolt ( 8 ) on the side of the table saw , in same manner as above . Fig . N 2 . Place the crown nut ( 10 ) on the bolt shaft and tighten . Fig . G 2 - - 1 To avoid injury from an accidental start , make sure the switch is in the OFF position and the plug is not connected to the power source . CHANGING THE BLADE ( FIG . L , M , N ) 8 1 . Loosen and remove the table insert screw ( t ) with a Phillips screwdriver . DO NOT loosen or remove the rear t t . Place the open - end wrench on the arbor flats , and the insert screw ( 2 ) . box - end wrench on the arbor nut . 2 . Lift and remove the insert ( 3 ) . ( FIG . L ) 12 . Tighten by turning the box - end wrench clockwise toward Fig . L the rear of the table , ( FIG . _ ) 13 . Reposition the table insert ( 3 ) , making sure the rear / spring plate is seated . Place the front insert screw ( 1 ) and tighten . ( FIG . L ) o / 10 3 _ . - , , , , . - - , , _ . To avoid injury from a thrown workpiece , blade parts , or blade contact , never operate the saw without using the t proper insert in place . Use the saw blade insert when m 1 d sawing . Use a dado head insert ( not provided ) when using a dado . i : : _ : : i : : : : : : : : : : : : : i / : ; : : i : : : ( i : : : : : : / i : : : i : : : ' L : : i _ , : : ! i : : / : ¸ i : : ! : : : : : : . : : : : : : - : / , : 13 : : . . . .
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5 . Place two long hex screws ( 9 ) through the bracket ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS FigoTA holes , and place a flat washer ( t0 ) , an external toothed To avoid injury from an accidental start , make sure the switch iockwasher ( 11 ) and hex nut ( 12 ) onto each screw . Do is in the OFF position and the plug is not connected to the not tighten . ( FIG . Q ) power source . 6 . Slide the blade guard splitter assembly ( 13 ) onto the To avoid injury from an accidental start , make sure the switch 2 4 splitter bracket ( 4 ) , over the hex screws . Tighten the the is in the OFF position and the plug is not connected to the BLADE GUARD ASSEMBLY ( FIG . O , P _ Q . , R ) L hex nuts ( I2 ) . power source , before making any adjustments . 1 . Set the blade to maximum height and the tilt to zero degrees on the bevel scale with the hand wheels ( see Fig . Q MITER GAUGE ( RG . S ) RAISING AND TILTING THE BLADE , page 15 ) . 1 . Make sure that the miter gauge rod ( t ) will slide freely Lock the blade lock handle . through the table top grooves . 2 . Place the external toothed lockwasher ( 1 ) and a steel flat 2 . Loosen the lock knob handle ( 2 ) and turn the gauge 13 washer ( 2 ) onto the long hex head bolt ( 3 ) . Insert the body ( 3 ) to set the pointer ( 4 ) at 90 degrees on the scale , bolt into the splitter bracket ( 4 ) as shown . 3 . Make a 90 ° cut in a scrap piece d wood . Check the cut 3 . Place an external toothed Iockwasher ( 5 ) , a steel flat to see if it is 90 ° . If not , adjust the miter gauge body and washer ( 6 ) , and an internal toothed lockwasher ( 7 ) on try again until the cut is at 90 ° . Mark that position on the @ the end of the bolt . ( FIG . . O ) scale as 90 degrees . 1 Fig . 0 Fig ° S Rip fence indicator ( F ! G . TB ) u 1 . 9 The rip fence indicator ( 6 } points to the measurement t scale ( 7 ) . The scale shows the distance from the side of the fence to the nearest side of the blade . ) 0 ° 2 . Measure the actual distance with a rule . If there is a difference between the measurement and the indicator , adjust the indicator ( 6 ) . , Loosen the screw ( 8 ) and slide the indicator to the 12 11 10 correct measurement on the scale . Tighten the screw and remeasure with the ruler to check accuracy . 6 o / / 7 . - . t Fig . TB _ f 7 . Position the blade guard arm ( 14 ) to the rear of the table . J 2 ( FIG . R ) J : AJ " OTt ! 8 . Using a straightedge , check that the blade guard splitter ( t 3 ) is aligned with the saw blade ( 15 ) . 9 . If straightening adjustment is necessary , loosen the bolt ( 3 ) and shift the splitter assembly to the right or left , or rotate . 10 . When the spli _ er is properly aligned with the saw blade , - , Install the bracket assembly ( 4 ) into the rear of the saw tighten the bolt . RIP FENCE ADJUSTMENT ( FIG . TA , TEl ) table . Thread the bolt ( 3 ) into the internally threaded pivot rod ( 8 ) . ( FIG . P ) NOTE : The splitter must always be correctly aligned so Rip fence ( FIG . TA ) the cut workpiece will pass on either side without binding 1 . To move the fence ( 1 ) , pull up on the handle ( 2 ) and or twisting to the side . Fig . P slide the fence to the desired location . 2 . Position the fence on the right side of the table . Fig . R 3 . Push down on the handle to lock the fence in position . The fence should be parallel with the miter gauge groove . anti - kickback pawt 4 . If adjustment is needed to make the fence parallel to the groove , do the following : a . Loosen the two screws ( 3 ) and lift up on the 13 handle ( 2 ) . b . Hold the fence bracket ( 4 ) firmly against the front 15 rail ( 6 ) . Move the end of the fence until it is \ parallel with the miter gauge groove . ! 1 c . Tighten both screws ( 3 ) and push the handle ( 2 ) to lock . 5 . If the fence is loose when the handle is in the locked ( downward ) position , move the handle ( 2 ) upward and turn the adjusting the two hex nuts ( 5 ) until getting proper tightness between the rear clamp and rail . NOTE : Over - tightening the adjusting twohex nuts ( 5 ) will cause the fence to come out of alignment . t5 : : : , [ : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : i ¸ _ : Y : : L : < : : I : : ( : : / : Y _ LL : ? : : L : ¸ : : / f : V : : ¸ ¸ : : ¸ _ : : ' ; : i 14 ; : : : : : : : / : : < : : , : : : : : i ! ) > > i : : ? i : : : : T : , : : : ? : : : J : / : : < : : : : ! : : ' : ILL ¸ : ! : : ' : : : : ¸ i ¸ 7 : ) : ¸ : : : ¸ : : : : ? : ? : : : ? i < ; : /
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BLADE TILT INDICATOR ( FIG . X ) Fig . Y RAmSINGTHE BLADE ( FIG , U ) Fig . V 1 . When the blade is positioned at 90 ° , adjust the blade tilt To raise or lower the blade , turn the blade elevation 1 1 : pointer ( 1 ) to read 0 ° on the scale ( 2 ) . handwheel ( 1 ) on the front of the table saw until the blade 900 2 , Loosen the holding screw ( 3 ) , position the pointer over is at the desired blade height , and then tighten the lock 0t , and tighten the screw . handle ( 2 ) . NOTE : Make a trial cut on scrap wood before making TILTING THE BLADE ( FIG . U ) l critical cuts and measure for exactness . To tilt the saw blade for bevel cutting , loosen the blade bevel lock handle ( 2 ) and turn the tilting handwheel ( 3 ) until the Fig . X " d " J 2 blade is at the desired angle . Tighten the bevel lock handle to 7O secure . 1 Fig . U 3 d ! lUill f t OVERLOAD PROTECTION ( FIG . Y ) This saw has a reset overload relay button ( 3 ) that will restart 45 ° Stop the motor after it shuts off due to overloading or low voltage . 7O 1 . With the blade raised to the ( maximum elevation , loosen if the motor stops during operation , turn the ON / OFF switch ( 2 ) to the OFF position . Wait about five minutes for the the blade lock knob and turn the blade tilting handwheet motor to cool . Push in on the reset button ( 3 ) and turn the clockwise as far as it will go . switch to the ON position . 2 . Place the combination square ( 1 ) on the table as shown , to make sure the blade is at 45 ° to the table ( FIG . V ) . 3 . If the blade is not at a 45 ° angle , it should be adjusted 3 ( FIG . W ) : @ ° The ON t OFF switch should be in th # OFF position , and the a . Find the same blade worm screw ( 2 ) as shown plug removed from the power sourcd while the coo ! down below . takes place to prevent accidental starting and possible injury b . Using the hex key , loosen the two set screws ( 6 ) in 2 - . - - / _ : 35 " when the reset button is pushed . Overheating may be To avoid injury from an accidental start , make sure the switch the collar ( 7 ) located between the bracket ( 5 ) and caused by misaligned parts or dull blade , Inspect your saw is in the OFF position and the plug is not connected to the the handwheel . for proper setup before using it again . power source , before making any adjustments . c . Turn the collar ( 7 ) so it backs away from the bracket ( 5 ) . CUTTING OPERATIONS ADJUSTING THE 90 = AND 45 ° POSITIVE STOPS d . Turn the blade tilting handwheel until the blade is at There are two basic types of cuts : rippingand crosscutting . a 45 ° angle to the table . ( FIG . V , W ) . Ripping is cutting along the length and the grain of the e . Turn and adjust the collar until it contacts the Your table saw has positive stops that will quickly position the workqpiece . Crosscutting is cutting either across the width or bracket . Tighten the two set screws . saw blade at 90 ° or 45 ° to the table . across the grain of the workplace . Neither ripping nor crosscutting may be done safely NOTE : THESE ADJUSTMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE AT freehand . Ripping requires the use of the rip fence , and THE FACTORY AND SHOULD NOT NEED TO BE Fig . W crosscutting requires the miter gauge . READJUSTED , Make adjustments only if necessary . CAUTION : Before using the saw each and every time , check 90 ° Stop ON / OFF SWITCH ( FIG . Y ) the following : 1 . Raise the blade to the maximum height by turning the The ON / OFF switch has a removable key . With the key 1 . The blade is tight on the arbor . blade elevation handwheel . removed from the switch , unauthorized and hazardous use 2 , The bevel angle lock handle is tight . 2 . Loosen the blade lock knob and turn the blade tilting by children and others is minimized . 3 . If ripping , the fence handle is tight and the fence is handwheel counterclockwise as far as possible . 1 . To turn the saw ON , insert the key ( 1 ) into the slot in the parallel to the miter gauge grooves . 3 . Place a combination square ( 1 ) on the table and against switch ( 2 ) . Move the switch upward to the ON position . 4 . The blade guard is in place and working properly . the blade . ( FIG . V ) 2 . To turn the saw OFF , . move the switch downward . 5 . Safety glasses are being worn , 4 . If the blade is not at a 90 ° angle to the table it should be 3 . To lock the switch in the OFF position , grasp the end ( or adjusted ( FIG . W ) : yellow part ) of the switch toggle ( 1 ) , and pull it out . The failure to adhere to these common safety rules , and a . Find the blade worm screw ( 2 ) under the table saw , 4 . With the switch key removed , the switch will not operate . those printed in the front of this manual , can greatly increase toward the front of the saw . 5 . tf the switch key is removed while the saw is running , it the likelihood d injury . b . Using a hex key , loosen the two set screws ( 3 ) in the can be turned OFF but cannot be restarted without collar ( 4 ) located toward the end of the worm screw . inserting the switch key ( 1 ) . c . Turn the collar ( 4 ) so it backs away from the bracket ( 5 ) . d . Turn the blade tilting handwheel until the blade is at a 90 ° angle to the table . e . Adjust the collar until it contacts the bracket and tighten the two set screws . 17 _ ; : _ i : i ! _ ! i : ! : ! : : : : : ; : . : : [ : : : : : : : 16 : : : ;
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RIPPING OPERATIONS ( FaG . Z ) CROSSCUTTING ( FIG . CC ) Fig . DD Fig . AA 7 ! ! 6 Do not allow familiarity gained from the frequent use of your Do not allow familiarity gained from the frequent use of yourn table saw to cause careless mistake & Remember that eve table saw to cause careless mistakes . Remember that even a careless fraction of a second is enough to cause a severe a careless fraction of a second is enough to cause a severe injury . injury . 1 . Remove the miter gauge . Secure the rip fence ( 1 ) to the 1 . Remove the rip fence and place the miter gauge ( 1 ) in table , the side groove . 2 . Adjust the blade ( 2 ) height so it is 1 / 8 " higher than the 2 . Raise the blade ( 2 ) so it is about 1 / 8 " higher than the top of the workpiece ( 3 ) . top of the workpiece . 3 . Hold the workpiece firmly against the miter gauge with 3 . Place the workpiece flat on the table ( 4 ) and against the the blade path in line with the desired cut location . Move fence . Keep the workpiece about I " away from the blade . the workpiece to a distance of t " from the blade . CAUT ! ON : The workpiece must have a straight edge against the fence and must not be warped , twisted , or bowed . To avoid injury , keep both hands away from the blade and the path of the blade . 4 . - ! urn the saw ON and wait for the blade to come up to speed . 4 , Start the saw and wait for the blade to come up to full 5 . Slowly feed the workpiece into the blade by pushing BEVEL RIPPING ( FIG . BB ) speed . forward only on the workpiece section ( 5 ) that will pass This cut is the same as ripping except the blade bevel angle 5 . Keep the workpiece flat against the face of the miter MITERING ( FIG . EE ) between the blade and the fence . is set to an angle other than 0 ° . gauge and flat against the table . Slowly push the This sawing operation is the same as crosscutting except the workpiece through the blade . miter gauge is locked at an angle other than 90 ° . 6 . Do not try to pull the workpiece back with the blade I . Hold the workpiece firmly against the miter gauge { ! ) . turning . Turn the switch OFF , and carefully slide the 2 . Feed the workpiece stowly into the blade ( 2 ) to prevent To avoid injury , cut only with the workpiece and the fence on AVOID KICKBACK AND POSSIBLE INJURY by pushing workpiece out when the blade is completely stopped . the workpiece from moving . the right side of the blade . forward ONLY on that section of the workpiece that wilt pass between the blade and the fence . Fig . CC Fig . BB Fig . EE / = 2 2 " 4 / 3 BEVEL CROSSCUTTING ( FIG . DD ) This cutting operation is the same as crosscutting except the blade is at a bevel angle other than 0 ° . 1 . Adjust the blade ( 2 _ fto the desired angle , and tighten the blade bevel lock handle . RIPPING SMALL PIECES RIPPING WITH A PUSH STICK ( FIG . AA 2 . When beveling , always work to the right side of the 1 . Keep your thumbs off the table top . When bothof your blade . The miter gauge ( 1 ) must be in the right side thumbs touch the front edge of the table ( 4 ) , finish the groove . It cannot be used in the left side groove because cut with a push stick ( 6 ) . Avoid injuryfrom blade contact . Never make through - saw it will interfere with the blade guard , cuts narrower than 1 / 2 " wide . 2 . The push stick should always be . used when the ripped workpiece is 2 " or narrower ( 7 ) . . tt is unsafe to rip small pieces . Instead , rip a larger piece 3 . Continue pushing the workpiece with the push stick ( 6 ) to obtain the size of the desired piece , until it passes the blade guard and clears the rear of the 2 . When a small width is to be ripped and your hand table . cannot be safely put between the blade and the rip 4 . . Never pull the workpiece back when the blade is turning . fence , use one or more push sticks to move the Turn the switch OFE When the blade completely stops workpiece . raise the anti - kickback pawl on each side of the splitter and slide the workpiece out .
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DADO CUTS ( FIG . GG ) COMPOUND MITER CROSSCUTTING ( FIG . FF ) 1 . A dado table insert is not included with this saw . This sawing operation is combining a miter angle with a Purchase a dado set separately . Remove the saw blade bevel angle . and blade guard , before installing a dado and dado table 1 . Set the miter gauge ( 1 ) to the desired angle , Use only insert . the right side groove . 2 , Instructions for operating the dado are packed with the / IAUNTAINING YOUR TABLE SAW 2 . Set the blade bevel ( 2 ) to the desired angle . Fig . HH separately purchased dado set . 3 . Carefully push the miter gauge to begin the cutting 3 . The arbor ( 1 ) on this saw restricts the maximum width of GENERAL MABNTENANCE operation . the cut to 1 / 2 " . Fig . FF 4 . tt is not necessary to install the outside flange ( 2 ) before screwing on the arbor nut ( 3 ) . Make sure that the arbor nut is tight , and that at least one thread of the arbor For your own safety , turn the switch OFF and remove the sticks out past the nut . switch key . Remove the plug from the power source outlet 5 . Use only a 6 " dado set and keep the width ! / 2 " or less . tt before maintaining or lubricating your saw . will be necessary to remove the blade guard and splitter 1 . Clean out all sawdust that has accumulated inside when using the dado . Use caution when the dado is the saw cabinet and the motor . operating . 2 . Polish the saw table with an automotive wax to keep 6 . Use only the correct number of round outside blades and it clean and to make it easier to slide the workpiece . inside chippers as shown in the dado set's instruction 3 . Clean cutting blades with pitch and gum remover . manual . The blade or chipper must not exceed 1 / 2 " . 4 . A worn , cut , or damaged power cord should be 7 . Check saw to ensure that the dado will not strike the replaced immediately . housing , insert , or motor when in operation . All electrical or mechanical repairs should be attempted For your own safety , always replace the blade , blade guard only by a trained repair technician . Contact the nearest Sears assembly , and blade insert when you are finished with the Service Center for service . Use only identical replacement dado operation . parts . Any other parts may create a hazard . . Fig . GG Use liquid dish washing detergent and water to - " clean all plastic parts . NOTE : Certain cleaning chemicals can damage plastic parts . . Avoid use of the following cleaning chemicals or F 2 J solvents : gasoline , carbon tetrachloride , chlorinated J solvents , ammonia and household detergents containing ammonia . LUBRICATION BLADE RAISING AND TILTING MECHANISM ( FIG . HH ) All motor bearings are permanently lubricated at the factory After each five hours of operation , the blade raising and require no additional lubrication , mechanism and tilting mechanism should be checked for On all mechanical parts of your table saw where a pivot or looseness , binding , or other abnormalities . With the saw threaded rod are present , lubricate using graphite or silicone . disconnected from the power source , the blade guard These dry lubricants wilt not hold sawdust as would oil or removed , and the blade recessed below the table top , turn grease . the saw upside down . Alternately pull upward and downward on the motor unit to observe any movement of the motor mounting mechanism . Looseness or play in the blade raising screw ( 1 ) can be adjusted by turning the collar ( 2 ) on the worm screw rod until it is finger - tight against the bracket ( 3 ) , then back off from the bracket 1 / 6 turn . Do not oil the threads of the worm screw rods . They must be kept clean and free of saw dust , gum , pitch , and other contaminants for smooth operation . If excessive looseness is observed in any other part of the blade raising mechanism or tilting mechanism , take the complete table saw unit to a Sears Service Center . i : : : : : . . . . . . . . ; : : . . . . . . . . . . . 20 : : ; : : : : : : ; : . . . . . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : 21 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : [ : ; : : : : : : ; : : : : : : [ [ = : : :
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TROUBLESHOOTHNG GUIDE To avoid injury from an accidental start , turn the switch OFF and always remove the plug from the power source before making any adjustments . o Consult your local Sears Service Center if for any reason the motor will not run , SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTIVE ACTION ; ; Z : ; , : ; . . . . . ; , , , _ , , ; : , _ , Z % , , , Saw will not stare 1 . Plug in saw 1 . Saw not plugged in 2 . Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker 2 . Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped 3 , Have cord replaced by a Sears 3 . Cord damaged Service Center . . . . . . . . . . . . L , , , Does not make 1 . Check blade with square and adjust 1 . Positive stop not adjusted correctly accurate 45 ° and positive stop 2 . Check blade with square and adjust 2 . Tilt angle pointer not set accurately 90 ° rip cuts pointer to zero 1 . Check and adjust rip fence Material pinches blade 1 . Rip fence not aligned with blade 2 . Select another piece of wood 2 . Warped wood , edge against when ripping fence is not straight Material binds on splitter 1 . Splitter not aligned correctly 1 . Check and align splitter with blade with blade 1 . Dull blade Saw makes ! . Replace blade 2 , Turn blade around 2 . Blade mounted backwards unsatisfactory cuts 3 , Remove blade and clean with / 3 . Gum or pitch on blade / turpentine and coarse steel wool 4 . Change the blade 4 . Incorrect blade for work being done 5 . Clean table with turpentine 5 . Gum or pitch on table and steel wool causing erratic feed Material kicked back 1 . Align rip fence with miter gauge slot 1 , Rip fence out of alignment from btade 2 , Align splitter with biade 2 . Splitter not aligned with blade / 3 , Install and use rip fence 3 . Feeding stock without rip fence 4 . Install and use splitter ( with guard ) 4 . Splitter not in place / 5 . Dull blade 5 , Replace blade 6 . Push material all the way past saw 6 . The operator letting go of material blade before releasing work before it is past saw blade 7 , Tighten knob 7 . Miter angle lock knob is not tight 1 . Brush or blow out Ioose dust and dirt Blade does not 1 . Sawdust and dirt in raising raise or tilt freely and tilting mechanisms Blade does not 1 , Replace with adequate size cord 1 , Extension cord too light come up to speed or too long 2 . Contact your electric company 2 . Low voltage 1 . Tighten all mounting hardware Machine vibrates 1 , Saw not mounted securely to excessively workbench or leg stand 2 . Reposition on flat level surface . 2 . Leg stand on uneven floor Fasten to floor if necessary . 3 . Replace blade 3 . Damaged saw blade Does not make accurate 1 . Adjust miter gauge 1 . Miter gauge out of adjustment 45 ° and 90 ° crosscuts 22
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10 " TABLE SAW PARTS LIST MODEL NO . 137.228210 10 " TABLE SAW PARTS LIST MODEL NO . 137.228210 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 . Always order by PART NUMBER , not by key number Key NO . PAR ' _ NUMBER _ , ctlpl _ ort SiZe Oly } ( ey No _ PART NUMBER De . , _ rtpt _ n Size QI _ \ 1 2636850A12 Couel . I , . ead _ . ctew M4x0 7 - 20 ! 1 t 1 14936301 Sholt t 5200 t01 Insefl 1 I 12 2501M _ DH I0 Flal washer 1 / 4 _ 4 . _ J _ ' _ 4 _ 4ng plale 1 _ 3 152 _ 060 _ 8em4rcj _ eat 3 1520 _ 201 _ ex . nut M4 × 0 . 7 T = 32 l It4 25t ) RMI3N612 W _ ve washer WW - 12 22 4 2701F90 _ 05 2636850A 39 CounL head screw M0x1 , 0 - 6 I t5 257055N209 E - f _ ing E - 9 1 15 _ 00402 Table 1 t16 270 _ F80106 He × nut MGX1 . 0 T _ 7 264155OA40 Reund w'asher head sc _ e _ Mgx ! . 0 - 1 _ 2 t 17 , 52t020 _ " l'il _ shall ? 8 1520130 t Set p _ ate 4 116 14936501 PBfrle fb N I . a0 15200504 ENensbn wp : ' _ j 1 119 26031 _ gLA36 Nex sockel sel screw M6x1 04 _ , _ 15221201 T _ b ¢ & c _ 4 , 20 t 52 _ 190 f Adi [ _ 5ti _ g n _ t I I , I 142t 1203 B _ R c ' . mp , _ 121 250 , NBDN27 _ z , atwasher 5116 * 7t8 . _ , _ 4 11 12 2501NB0 ' N10 Flal washe ¢ 1i4x _ d4 - 3 _ 64 270 } FRO113 Ne _ nut MBx1 . 25 T = 55 I I3 ! 4911402 Miler gaL _ e I 123 2501NRDN27 F _ at washer 5 € 16x7 / 8 - 5f64 _ I I t 4 146 £ 000 t PiP _ 124 152093,01 Sp m : et I5 149118432 A _ g ! e lx3 ] _ ter . 125 2 _ 8850A23 Pan head scrr _ v MS * ' O 88 tt I I TR nler 16 2 _ : 35L500 _ Slew 5all 125 152 _ 09501 17 1452330t Co _ We _ s _ s _ rg I 127 _ mlon p4ale I I 18 26038BLA38 Hex . f . 0d _ e ! . _ t , _ ew ivl , Sxl 0 - 10 1 12 ( I 15205151 I I 19 152 g 1702 Sh Let bat M5xO B - I 0 1 129 2701FB0t051520 _ 201 [ H _ _ xg _ t _ _ ulNuc _ el I J 20 260aRRLA32 Hex so ( : . _ et lru'ss h < l scre * . v _ I 130 M _ x08 TM = 21 18 , _ 00402 Sw _ tch be , 1 13 _ 226656865585D0AA30 39 pPa _ nr , hheeaadd s * _ c : , re _ w ' _ MMd6xxg1 . 80 - - 3152 22 22 2 & 530 E55S02 C ? muit Neake < switch 23 18600702 Sw _ tch mo _ ir _ lJr - _ pla _ o I 133 2501NNHN38 glal washer 1F2x ; 3 ; 4.5 / 54 2 24 2553MROE18 Truss head ta _ p _ ng s _ ; ; ew Mdxt2 - 16 134 257055N409 I - Bowed ring 1 25 28980 _ 7G06 Redder sw _ eh 1 i 35 25011NNHN38 Flat waaher 1 / 2xRJ1.5 / 54 2 ii 26 21360 _ 8H071 SwBch key I 136 2502N8C407 _ inc _ washer MRxl512t5g T = 8 ] _ 7 2520 { _ BOC10 Pan hei _ d _ z : r _ - W & washer M5xOB - lO 3 137 2705Fi _ 0108 _ kad 28 2701FZD104 Hex nut M4xO . 7 T = 3 . _ _ 1 ; 38 _ 6 ' 58 _ BDA28 Pa _ he _ e _ M5xO . 8 - 25 29 2801DBHA01 £ 1 _ ein _ e _ Jef _ 139 1493630t Shaft Rearir _ sea _ 30 _ 5 _ I Sw { { Ch brac _ , e { I I 140 15210501 I / / 31 26218 _ OC2 _ Pa _ , head screw & washer _ x1 , 0 - 16 2 141 2506M8 _ . } 6 _ 2 Wave washer WWq21 . 32 28010RHA04 Soa _ n te _ el 1 14 _ 2672661DA62 Cap he _ d squar _ ne , ak bob MBx 25 - 55 1 / 33 2504MZC004 Ex _ rnat tc _ lh lock wP , sh _ 4 143 250 _ MRN612 Wave washer WW - 12 2 / 34 266 _ BZ [ ) Ag7 Pa _ head s _ re _ M4 × 0 . 7 - 8 2 144 1521700t £ 4 _ = a _ er 1 35 2701 / = _ , D104 Nex nut M4 xO . 7T _ 3 23 _ 145 152 _ t80l , , _ i _ t worm L _ - 399 36 28078Y0203 P _ , wef : : _ rd 1 _ 45 2501NRONlg Fbt w _ sher ! t4x3 / 4 - 3 / 64 / 37 2641BBOA40 Round washer head screw M5 × t , 0 - _ 6 2 _ 47 _ 70 t FB D 106 Hex _ u _ , M . _ xl 0 T - - 5 2 38 16314301 Powe _ co _ d cfamp 2 t48 257058N712 Cir , ext , _ g CSTW - 12 1 / 39 2701FBD ' _ 06 Hex n _ fl M6K1 0 T _ 2 _ 49 2504MZC0t2 Exlemal lcolh lock w _ sher 12 1 40 2668BBDA09 Pan head screw M4x . 9.7 - 12 2 150 2501NNHN38 F _ al washer W2x _ 4 , _ 64 \ 4 ! 2615880C25 He _ head screw & , , _ her MRx1 . 25d6 4 151 14930203 B _ ade ] 4 152 270108D615 5 / RxtBUNP T = 8 42 2672880A54 Cap head square neck boll M8 × 1 . 25.16 43 10606303 Ce _ 5 cb - p _ 2 153 14930102 A _ b _ col _ ar ] 44 16304201A1 Lo < : _ iog l _ . at _ le as . _ em _ y I 154A 8350925904A1 Melee assemb4y ( b _ clLtdes 154 . _ 55160 ) ] I 45 2538MRER03 _ pm 3 - 16 11 154 , ' L FlangeO _ t55 _ L S dng pen 4.22 , 4 _ $ 40C _ 702 _ ' _ OI I 47 2703FM0108 C _ ' owr _ t _ ut MOx1 . 25 T _ 12.5 2 t6 { ) I'L _ L93550f ! t56 f 4 pattie rir _ 2 48 15202716 Label 49 2 _ 0PRCK16 Pan head tapping s . w _ Mdxt _ 10 4 157 2 " 6038 _ 3LA3 _ Hex . _ ocke _ set screw M6x10 - 5 25 50 2701FB { ) 104 He _ _ M4XO . 7 T = 3,2 2 158 250 _ NN _ N38 F _ a ; wasI ' _ r . t _ 1 _ 2 _ 4.5 / C _ 1 ] 51 2 _ 5858OA39 Pan head scre _ MdixI Dd2 2 159 152t 1901 Ad ust b _ 2 n _ 5 _ 1520240 _ _ shell 1 16 _ 15207902 Meier s _ r _ - _ 2 . 1 53 257068N409 E - P _ wed dng 1 152 2701 O80514 Flex nu _ M12x175 T = t0 2 Ft _ a _ washer U2X _ 4,5 / _ 4 5,1 2536MBEdO3 # _ e _ pi _ 3 - 1 _ 1 163 15205501 An le rod 55 14008702 1 164 2501f4NHN38 26 5 { _ 2703FM0108 Crown n _ MRxl . 25 T _ 12 . _ 15208r _ 32 8acHle axle S nng washer 5 / 16 44 57 2701 F _ D / 06 Hex nu ! Mdx1 OTr . 5 4 165 2502N _ C407 _ ex h'ead [ ' , _ _ t M _ , x1 , 25 " 16 58 14200301 Ha _ J _ e bar 2 167 2601 { _ 8DAA9 59 2 _ dBBBDB50 Pan head screw M6x1 , 0 - 50 2 168 _ 653 / d50817 Truss head la _ Jng screw M5K12 - 12 22 6g 1420010 _ Grip 2 169 _ 5221 - _ ' 2 S £ b rover 61 2701 FBD 113 Hex r , t , ' t MRx ! 25 T _ , 5 16 170 15221 " ! 01 Sel pfate _ 0 62 2502A8C416 Spdt _ g wa _ , het 16 17 _ 2501MBDNd0 FIB { washer B 4x2.1 - 225 5.3 2501NBDN32 Fialwashe _ _ 8K29 / 32 - 5 / 64 15 172 2701gB0107 He _ t nt4 MgXt T : 5 12 £ > 4 t 70503 _ 2 U r support L _ - _ - _ 3 2 173 2701 FREd * C _ 3 He _ n _ I M6xl 0T _ 65 2501 N _ tDN32 F _ ; _ Nhe _ f 328X2gf32 - 5 / 64 4 174 15221501 Collar 2 66 2601F80113 kbx m . , _ MBX1 . 25 T _ . 5 175 2572 _ DA56 Cap head square neck bol _ Mdxt 25.30 18 _ 7 17050551 _ rlom SL . t ; _ . _ dbracke _ L - - . - 472 4 175 _ 5201203 T _ e 55 2701FB0109 Hex nut M I 0 _ : 1.5 T = 8 4 1 ? ' 7 15222102 Side ¢ _ ver 22I 89 2501MRON1 t F _ I washer 10 : { 20.2 . _ _ 78 2 _ 3M _ DJ _ 17 T _ Lt _ he _ d la , _ ir _ j _ ew M , 5xt 2 - 12 70 14000304 Space _ 4 , 17 £ % 14912205A2 Dad _ guard a . ' _ emL4y { tr _ bdes 179 - 206 ) 71 25018BDAdg Hex h e _ d bo _ M1 gxl 5 - 20 4 t 79 gVt Rive { 1 72 17050 _ 04 Bf _ ke ! e 1BO b _ ' L R _ ade guard 73 257258OA54 Ca head square { reck bo _ l MBx $ . 25.16 16 181 N . 4 _ Titlb * ' _ cekt 11 74 I 7050401 BOttOm m . _ C1 _ d L _ a ¢ . kel L = 52 ' 6 2 182 NiL Rex n _ l N ' _ Sxl 0 T _ - _ 5 75 17050203 U _ s L _ p _ d L - ' _ 449 2 I B3 NZL Fial washer W4x3 _ 4 - 3JT.I 12 76 14904402 _ ch 1 IB , t N _ L Pan head s - _ r _ Mt3 " d . 0 - , t9 77 10525501 t - tex wrench 1 155 t ' , VL Ar m 1 78 2138MBL706 } 4exwre _ ch I 186 _ ' L 8eGbcki _ ring SPN _ 70 2575N55RO 1 Rubber LXJ - _ h 4,09 - 7,62 I 18.7 N / L Sglilt e _ 4 - 18 8g 253G { ' , _ _ 7 _ 06 Spd _ _ in I 188 _ L _ Ltsh 51 _ 5220001 Li _ k ] 169 N / L Hex head t _ MRxl 25 - 50 1 82 15221001 pu , _ l'l _ _ god _ 19 " 0 N _ L Extera _ i Ioc4h k _ k , washer Plaslk : st _ we t t91 N _ L Fl _ l washer 5 / 16x7 / 8 - 5 _ £ _ 1 ! 83 15221390 Af07 I 54 253 " 5580 Cour _ he _ d ' _ : _ . " - _ M4xO . 7 - 8 I 192 N / L Roll pin 85 15218801 G : ewn hBX n ; r _ MdX0 . 8 - 8 I 193 i " _ / L _ t _ sh 22 86 _ 522070t At _ clx _ r b _ x _ 2 19 , I _ L Kickback pawl 87 253 . _ ' 48E655 Spnng pin 6,30 I _ 95 t , _ L Kickback pawI 2 58 253 _ MR : E509 S _ o _ f _ gpin " 1 - 32 I 1 £ 6 _ L Serf bc _ ir ' . g ring SPN4 " _ 22 89 15220101 Ecc _ flt _ ; t97 N _ L Hex nu _ M _ x1 . O T = 5 I 2701FBD112 H _ x nI _ MRxl 25 T _ 55 1 198 5 # _ _ External Ioolh Iockwa _ . he _ Z gl _ 421 t203 _ r _ lnp 199 N ! L _ F _ atw _ shez 1 / 4x3 . ' , t = _ 14 I2 92 14200101 Gni _ 21 200 _ L Guard bracket ! 93 15213401 Cap nbl 1 20t N . _ SeGk _ & ir _ g rin _ . SPN - 8 £ ' 4 $ $ 22060l Coprl lf _ , SlOr _ _ : _ ri _ 3 I 202 NiL _ tat washer 5 / 16 _ 7 ; 8 - 5 / £ > 4 I 95 t 5213203 Wdt _ ' _ t _ 203 t'UL _ xlemat 1oolhIo _ k'wa sber £ ' 5 2651PBDK14 Cou _ t . he _ d l _ ping _ < crew M4x18 - 15 12 204 NJL Hex he _ d bo _ 1 M6 _ hO 16 2 _ 97 I522110 _ P _ int e _ " 1 205 b _ L _ dng II 95 2837850A58 T _ - ' t _ head s . c _ ew M4xg . 7M0 t 20 _ NJL _ hn9 pin 5 - 2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 15213902 Linkage bar 1 207 28OdUdHN _ 6 Terrain al I 100 15214001 Ten _ . _ p _ lB I 208 25065558A5 Lead wire assem _ y 1 101 I52t " 110t Slide _ ale l 209 2 _ . 0285Lf155 Hex . ' _ > : ; kel head cap bok MR _ I 25 - 30 15 102 14005901 _ t , dng 1 210 15200904 Scale IUN 103 t40Q5801 Ptn 035.20 1 137228210OO1 Owns % mant _ . _ J ] 104 15214301 Parallebl _ d _ et I 105 152213Ot Movea ] _ e o _ ver 1 I { ; ' 5 15214502 Pa _ aBei bmc _ el 107 2502NRO407 S _ hng WBSher , 5 / 16 22 108 2 _ 0288LA53 Hex . _ 2 < el head cap bo _ MBxt . 25.12 109 2502NBC407 _ pdng washer 5 / 16 2 NZL N _ Lisle _ 110 260258LA53 HeX _ : _ el head ca _ _ MRx125 - 12 2 " No ! Sb , OWt _ 24
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