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Owner's Manual CRRFr MRH 1.5 Horsepower ( continuous duty ) 2 Horsepower ( maximum developed ) 3450 R . P . M . ( no load R . P . M . ) 10 - in . LE SAW Model No . 152.221140 CAUTION : Customer Helpline FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY ; Read 1 - 800 - 897 - 7709 and follow all of the Safety and Operating Instructions before Please have your Model No . and Serial No . available . Operating this Table Saw . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . Part No . OR91551 Revision : D Espa5ol pg . 49
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SECTION PAGE Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Product Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Guidelines for Extension Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Grounding instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Specific Safety instructions for Table Saw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Accessories and Attachments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Carton Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Know Your Table Saw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Assembly instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Operations and Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Part List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Espanol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Service information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY If this product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within one year from the date of purchase , return it to the nearest Sears Service Center for repair , free of charge . If this product is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty applies only for 90 days from date of purchase . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights , which vary , from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Dept 817 WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 lO - in . Table Saw Max depth - of - cut at 90 - degree 3 - 3 / 8 - in . Max depth - of - cut at 45 - degree 2 - 1 / 4 - in . Motor type Induction Continuous duty HP 1.5 Max rip to the right of the blade 25 - in . Maximum developed HP 2 Max rip to the left of the blade 24 - in . Amps 15 / 7.5 Table in front of blade at max depth - of - cut 12 - 1 / 2 - in . Volts 120 / 240 Max dado width 13 / 16 - in . Hertz 60 Max dado blade diameter 8 - in . RPM 3450 R . P . M . ( no load R . P . M . ) Left and right table wing lO - in , Cast Iron Blade tilt Left tilt Weight of table saw 350 Ibs . Blade drive Poly - V Belt Blade diameter 10 - in . Blade arbor 5 / 8 - in . To avoid electrical shock to yourself and damage to the Number of teeth 40 Table Saw , use proper circuit protection . Do not expose Blade speed 3450 R . P . M . to rain , or use in a damp environment . Fence type Front locking , Extruded aluminum Fence and Rails The Table Saw is factory wired for 120V , 60 Hz , opera - tion . Connect to a 120V , 15 amp branch circuit and use a 15 amp time delay fuse or circuit breaker . The electri - cal circuit cannot have any wire size less than # 14 . To avoid shock or fire , replace power cord immediately if it is damaged in any way .
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9 . GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION . Any power tool can throw debris into the eyes during opera - Operating a Table Saw can be dangerous if safety and tions , which could cause severe and permanent common sense are ignored . The operator must be eye damage . Everyday eyeglasses are NOT safety familiar with the operation of the tool . Read this manual glasses . ALWAYS wear Safety Goggles ( that com - to understand this Table Saw . DO NOT operate this ply with ANSI standard Z87 . t ) when operating Table Saw if you do not fully understand the limitations power tools . Safety Goggles are available at Sears of this tool . DO NOT modify this Table Saw in any way . Retail Stores . Hearing equipment should comply REMEMBER : Your personal safety is your with ANSi S3 . t 9 Standards . responsibility . BEFORE USING THE TABLE SAW To avoid serious injury and damage to the tool , read and follow all of the Safety and Operating Instructions 10 . ALWAYS UNPLUG THE TOOL FROM THE ELEC = before operating the Table Saw . TRICAL RECEPTACLE when making adjustments , changing parts or performing any maintenance . 1 . READ the entire Owner's Manual . LEARN how to use the tool for its intended applications . 11 . KEEP PROTECTIVE GUARDS IN PLACE AND IN WORKING ORDER . 2 . GROUND ALL TOOLS . If the tool is supplied with a 3 - prong plug , it must be plugged into a 3 - contact 12 . AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING . Make sure that electrical receptacle . The 3rd prong is used to the power switch is in the " OFF " position before plug - ground the tool and provide protection against ging in the power cord to the electrical receptacle . accidental electric shock . DO NOT remove the 3rd prong . See Grounding Instructions . 13 . REMOVE ALL MAINTENANCE TOOLS from the immediate area prior to turning the tool " ON " . 3 . AVOID A DANGEROUS WORKING ENVIRON = MENT . DO NOT Use electrical tools in a damp 14 . USE ONLY RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES . environment or expose them to rain . Use of incorrect or improper accessories could cause serious injury to the operator and cause 4 . DO NOT use electrical tools in the presence of damage to the tool . If in doubt , check the instruction flammable liquids or gasses . manual that comes with that particular accessory . 5 . ALWAYS keep the work area clean , well lit , and 15 . NEVER LEAVE A RUNNING TOOL UNATTENDED . organized . DO NOT work in an environment with Turn the power switch to the " OFF " position . DO floor surfaces that are slippery from debris , grease , NOT leave the tool until it has come to a complete and wax . stop . 6 . KEEP ViSiTORS AND CHILDREN AWAY from the 16 . DO NOT STAND ON A TOOL . Serious injury could table saw . DO NOT permit people to be in the result if the tool tips over or you accidentally contact immediate work area , especially when the electrical the tool . tool is operating . 17 . DO NOT store anything above or near the tool 7 . DO NOT FORCE THE TOOL to perform an opera - where anyone might try to stand on the tool to tion for which it was not designed . It will do a safer reach it . and higher quality job by only performing operations for which the tool was intended . 18 . MAINTAIN YOUR BALANCE . DO NOT extend yourself over the tool . Wear oil resistant rubber - 8 . WEAR PROPER CLOTHING . DO NOT wear loose soled shoes . Keep floor clear of debris , grease , and clothing , gloves , neckties , or jewelry . These items wax . can get caught in the machine during operations and pull the operator into the moving parts . Users 19 . MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE . Always keep tools must wear a protective cover on their hair , if the clean and in good working order . Keep all blades hair is long , to prevent it from contacting any and tool bits sharp . moving parts .
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20 . EACHAND EVERY TIME , CHECK FOR DAM = GUIDELINES FOR AGED PARTS PRIOR TO USING THE TOOL . EXTENSION CORDS Carefully check all guards to see that they operate properly , are not damaged , and perform their The smaller the gauge - number , the larger diameter of intended functions . Check for alignment , binding or the extension cord . If in doubt of the proper size of an breaking of moving parts . A guard or other part that extension cord , use a shorter and thicker cord . An is damaged should be immediately repaired or undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage result - replaced . ing in a loss of power and overheating . USE ONLY A 3 - WIRE EXTENSION CORD THAT HAS A 3 - PRONG 21 . CHILDPROOF THE WORKSHOP AREA by remov - GROUNDING PLUG AND A 3 - POLE RECEPTACLE ing switch keys , unplugging tools from the electrical THAT ACCEPTS THE TOOL'S PLUG . receptacles , and using padlocks . If you are using an extension cord outdoors , be sure it 22 . DO NOT OPERATE TOOL iF UNDER THE is marked with the suffix " W - A " ( " W " in Canada ) to indi - iNFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL . cate that it is acceptable for outdoor use . 23 . SECURE ALL WORK . When it is possible , use Be sure your extension cord is properly sized , and in clamps or jigs to secure the workpiece . This is safer good electrical condition . Always replace a damaged than attempting to hold the workpiece with your extension cord or have it repaired by a qualified person hands . before using it . 24 . STAY ALERT , WATCH WHAT YOU ARE DOING , Protect your extension cords from sharp objects , exces - AND USE COMMON SENSE WHEN OPERATING sive heat , and damp or wet areas . A POWER TOOL . DO NOT USE A TOOL WHILE TIRED OR UNDER THE iNFLUENCE OF DRUGS , ALCOHOL , OR MEDICATION . A moment of inattention while operating power tools may result 120 VOLT OPERATION ONLY in serious personal injury . 25 ' LONG 50 ' LONG 100 ' LONG 25 . Use of this tool can generate and disburse dust or 18 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 0 to 6 Amps other airborne particles , including wood dust , 18 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG 6 to 10 Amps crystalline silica dust and asbestos dust . Direct 16 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG particles away from face and body . Always operate 10 to 12 Amps tool in well ventilated area and provide for proper 14 AWG 12 AWG Not 12 to 15 Amps dust removal . Use dust collection system wherever Recommended possible . Exposure to the dust may cause serious and permanent respiratory or other injury , including silicosis ( a serious lung disease ) , cancer , and death . Avoid breathing the dust , and avoid pro - longed contact with dust . Allowing dust to get into your mouth or eyes , or lay on your skin may pro - 240 VOLT OPERATION ONLY mote absorption of harmful material . Always use properly fitting NIOSH / OSHA approved respiratory 25 ' LONG 50 ' LONG 100 ' LONG protection appropriate for the dust exposure , and wash exposed areas with soap and water . 18 AWG 18 AWG 16 AWG 0 to 6 Amps 18 AWG 18 AWG 14 AWG 6 to 10 Amps 26 . USE A PROPER EXTENSION CORD iN GOOD 16 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG 10 to 12 Amps CONDiTiON . When using an extension cord , be sure to use one heavy enough to carry the current 14 AWG 12 AWG Not 12 to 15 Amps Recommended your product will draw . Please see " MiNiMUM RECOMMENDED GAUGE FOR EXTENSION CORDS ( AWG ) " table for correct sizing of an extension cord . If in doubt , use the next heavier gauge . 27 . DiRECTiON OF FEED . Feed work into a blade or cutter against the direction of rotation of the blade or cutter only .
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THIS TOOL MUST BE GROUNDED WHILE IN USE USE ONLY A 3 - WIRE EXTENSION CORD THAT HAS TO PROTECT THE OPERATOR FROM ELECTRIC A 3 - PRONG GROUNDING PLUG AND A 3 - POLE SHOCK . RECEPTACLE THAT ACCEPTS THE TOOL'S PLUG . IN THE EVENT OF A MALFUNCTION OR BREAK - REPLACE A DAMAGED OR WORN CORD IMMEDI - ATELY . DOWN , grounding provides the path of least resistance for electric current and reduces the risk of electric FOR GROUNDED , CORD = CONNECTED MACHINES shock . This tool is equipped with an electric cord that iNTENDED FOR USE ON A SUPPLY CiRCUiT HAVING has an equipment - grounding conductor and a ground - A NOMINAL RATING LESS THAN 150 VOLTS . ing plug . The plug MUST be plugged into a matching electrical receptacle that is properly installed and This tool is intended for use on a circuit that has an grounded in accordance with ALL local codes and ordinances . electrical receptacle as shown in FIGURE " IA ' . FIGURE " IA " shows a 3 - wire electrical plug and elec - DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG PROVIDED . If it will not trical receptacle that has a grounding conductor . If a fit the electrical receptacle , have the proper electrical properly grounded electrical receptacle is not available , receptacle installed by a qualified electrician . an adapter as shown in FIGURE " IB " can be used to temporarily connect this plug to a 2 - contact ungrounded IMPROPER ELECTRICAL CONNECTION of the equip - receptacle . The adapter has a rigid lug extending from it ment - grounding conductor can result in risk of electric that MUST be connected to a permanent earth ground , shock . The conductor with the green insulation ( with such as a properly grounded receptacle box . THIS ADAPTER IS PROHiBiTED iN CANADA . or without yellow stripes ) is the equipment - grounding conductor . DO NOT connect the equipment - grounding conductor to a live terminal if repair or replacement of CAUTION : In all cases , make certain the electrical the electric cord or plug is necessary . receptacle in question is properly grounded . If you are not sure have a certified electrician check the electrical CHECK with a qualified electrician or service personnel receptacle . if you do not completely understand the grounding instructions , or if you are not sure the tool is properly The motor supplied with your Table Saw is a dual volt - grounded . age , 120 / 240 volt , single phase motor . If it is desired to operate your table saw at 240 volts , it is necessary to The motor supplied with your Table Saw is a dual reconnect the motor leads in the motor junction box by following the wiring diagram on the junction box cover . voltage 120 / 240 volts , 60 hertz alternating current , single phase motor . It is shipped wired for 120 volts application . Never connect the green or ground wire to a live terminal . MAKE CERTAIN the motor is disconnected from power source before reconnecting motor leads . Fig . 1A Fig . 1B grounding 120 Volt 120 Volt adapter lug _ grounding conductor grounding conductor 0 " ' _ 3 - p rongcal electri receptacle 2 - prongcal electri 3 - wire electrical cord receptacle 3 - wire electrical cord
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It is also necessary to replace the 120 volt plug , sup - MAKE CERTAIN that masks or respirators are plied with the motor , with a UL / CSA Listed plug suitable MSHA / NIOSH approvedl . for 240 volts and rated current of the saw . Contact a The operation of any Table Saw can result in debris local qualified electrician for proper procedures to install being thrown into your eyes , which can result in severe the plug . The table saw must comply with all local and eye damage . ALWAYS wear Safety Goggles ( that com - national electrical codes after the 240 volt plug is ply with ANSi standard Z87 . 1 ) when operating the Table installed . Saw . Safety Goggles are available at Sears Retail The table saw with a 240 volt plug should only be con - Stores . Keep your thumbs and fingers away from the blade while it is spinning . nected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug shown in Figure " 1C ' . No adapter is available or should be used with the 240 volt plug . Fig . 1 C grounded outlet box current Basic precautions should always be followed when 240 VOLT carrying using your Table Saw . To reduce the risk of injury , prongs electrical shock or fire , comply with the safety rules listed below : © 1 . READ and understand the instruction manual before operating the Table Saw . 2 . DO NOT OPERATE THiS MACHINE until it is assembled and installed according to the instructions . © grounding blade is 3 . OBTAIN ADVICE FROM YOUR SUPERVISOR , longest of the 3 blades instructor , or another qualified person if you are not familiar with the operation of this machine . 4 . DO NOT leave the Table Saw plugged into the elec - trical outlet . Unplug Table Saw from the outlet when not in use and before servicing , changing blades MAKE CERTAIN the receptacle in question is properly grounded . If you are not sure have a qualified electri - and cleaning . cian check the receptacle . 5 . ALWAYS turn the power switch " OFF " before unplugging the Table Saw . 6 . TO REDUCE THE RiSK OF ELECTRICAL This Table Saw is for indoor use only . Do not expose to SHOCK , do not use outdoors . Do not expose to rain or use in damp locations . rain . Store indoors . 7 . FOLLOW all electrical and safety codes , including SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS the National Electric Code ( NEC ) and the FOR TABLE SAWS Occupational Safety and Health Regulations ( OSHA ) . All electrical connections and wiring should CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 be made by qualified personnel only . 8 . DO NOT handle the plug or Table Saw with wet hands . SOME DUST CREATED BY POWER SANDING , SAWING , GRINDING , DRILLING AND OTHER CON = 9 . USE only as described in this manual . USE acces - STRUCTION ACTIVITIES contains chemicals known to sories only recommended by Sears . cause cancer , birth defects or other reproductive harm . 10 . DO NOT pull the Table Saw by the power cord . Some examples of these chemicals are : NEVER allow the power cord to come in contact • lead from lead - based paints , with sharp edges , hot surfaces , oil or grease . • crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other 11 . DO NOT unplug the Table Saw by pulling on the masonry products , and power cord . ALWAYS grasp the plug , not the cord . • arsenic and chromium from chemically - treated lumber . 12 . REPLACE a damaged cord immediately . DO NOT Your risk from these exposures varies , depending on use a damaged cord or plug . If the Table Saw is not how often you do this type of work . To reduce your operating properly , or has been damaged , left out - exposure to these chemicals : work in a well ventilated doors or has been in contact with water , return it to area , and work with approved safety equipment , such a Sears Service Center . as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles . 13 DO NOT use the Table Saw as a toy . DO NOT use near or around children .
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14 . TheTableSawisdesignedforhomeuseorlight 27 . NEVERperformlayouta , ssemblyorset - gupworkon . commerciadlutyONLY . thetable / worakreawhenthemachineis runnin 15 . CONNECTTableSawtoa properlygroundedoutlet 28 . NEVER reset the thermal - overload button before only . Seegroundinginstructions . you have turned the table saw " OFF " . 16 . ALWAYSUSEtheguardswheneveprossible . 29 . PROPERLY SUPPORT long or wide workpiece . Checktoseethattheyareinplace , securedand 30 . TURN THE SAW " OFF " and unplug from power workingcorrectly . source . Clean off the table / work area before leav - 17 . AVOIDKICKBACKby : ing the saw . LOCK the START / STOP switch with " Keepingbladesharpandfreeof rustandpitch . padlock provided to prevent unauthorized use . , , Keepingripfenceparalletlo sawblade . 31 . ALWAYS position auxiliary fence at least 2 - inches , , Using saw blade guard and splitter assembly for in front of saw blade when using auxiliary fence as every possible operation , including all through - a stop when cross cutting . sawing . , , Pushing the workpiece past the saw blade prior to 32 . The right extension wing MUST BE completely release . assembled and motor cover closed and fastened • Never rip a workpiece that is twisted or before table saw is to be connected to the power warped , or does not have a straight edge to guide source . along the fence . 33 . ADDITIONAL INFORMATION regarding the safe • Using featherboards when the blade guard and and proper operation of this product is available splitter assembly cannot be used . from the National Safety Council , 1121 Spring Lake , , Never sawing a large workpiece that cannot be Drive , Itasca , IL 60143 - 3201 in the Accident controlled . Prevention Manual for Industrial Operation and also , , Never using the fence as a guide when cross - in the Safety Data Sheets provided by the NSC . cutting . Please also refer to the American National • Never sawing a workpiece with loose knots or Standards Institute ANSI 01.1 Safety Requirements other flaws . for Woodworking Machinery and the U . S . Department of Labor OSHA 1910.213 Regulations . 18 . REMOVE cut - off pieces and debris from the table before starting the saw . The vibration of the saw 34 . SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS . Refer to them may cause them to move into the saw blade and be frequently and use them to instruct other users . thrown out . After cutting , turn the saw off . When the blade has come to a complete stop , unplug the saw and remove all debris . information regarding the safe and proper operation of this tool is available from the following sources : 19 . NEVER START the saw with the workpiece against the blade . Power Tool Institute 1300 Summer Avenue 20 . NEVER perform " free - hand " operations . Use either Cleveland , OH 44115 - 2851 the fence or miter gauge to position and guide the www . powertoolinstitute . org workpiece . Hold the workpiece firmly against the miter gauge or fence . National Safety Council 21 . USE a push stick ( s ) for ripping a narrow workpiece . 1121 Spring Lake Drive Itasca , IL 60143 - 3201 22 . AVOID AWKWARD OPERATIONS AND HAND POSiTiONS where a sudden slip could cause a American National Standards institute hand to move into the blade . 25 West 43rd Street 4th floor 23 . KEEP arms , hands and fingers away from the blade . New York , NY 10036 24 . NEVER have any part of your body in line with the www . ansi . org path of the saw blade . ANSi 01.1 Safety Requirements for Woodworking \ 25 . NEVER reach around or over the blade . Machines , and the U . S . Department of Labor regulations 26 . NEVER attempt to free a stalled blade without first www . osha . gov turning the machine " OFF " and unplugging it from the power source .
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AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES Sears may recommend other accessories not listed in this manual . Visit your Sears Hardware Department or see the Sears Power and Hand Tool Catalog for the following acces - See your nearest Sears Hardware Department or Sears sories . Power and Hand Tool Catalog for other accessories . ITEM STOCK NUMBER * Auxiliary Fence , Rip Fence 29878 Do not use any accessory unless you have completely read the Owner's Manual for that accessory . * Miter Gauge Extension & Stop 29879 * Stock Clamp , Miter Gauge 29880 * Dust Chute with Dust Port 22102 * Micro - Adjustment Assembly 29881 Use only accessories recommended for this table saw . Using other accessories may cause serious injury and * Table Insert - Standard 29882 cause damage to the table saw . * Table Insert - Dado 29885 * Table Insert - Molding Cutterhead 29887 * Saw Blade - Leitz , 10 - in . x 40 tooth 29888 variable pitch blade * Fence Guide System 32371 CONSTRUCTING A FEATHERBOARD Fig . 2A 24 " 5 " Figure 2A illustrates dimensions for making a typical Fig . 2B featherboard . The material , which the featherboard is constructed of , should be straight piece of wood that is free of knots and cracks . Featherboards are used to keep the work in contact with the fence and table and help prevent kickbacks . Clamp the featherboard to the fence and table so that the leading edge of the feather - board will support the workpiece until the cut is com - pleted . Use featherboards for all non - through cutting opera - tions where the guard and splitter assembly must be removed . Always replace the guard and splitter assembly when the non - through cutting operations are finished . See figure 2B .
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CONSTRUCTING A PUSHSTICK When ripping work less than 4 inches wide , a pushstick should be used to complete the feed and could easily be made from scrap material by following the pattern shown in figure 2C . Fig . 2C The Pushstick should be made of 3 / 4 or 1 / 2 inch wood or a thickness less than the width of the workpiece to be cut . Figure 2C should be copied and scaled so the grids are 1 / 2 inch square . This copy can be used to make your pushstick . 10
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UNPACKING AND CHECKING CONTENTS Fig . 3 = 1 The table saw is a heavy machine , two people are required to unpack and lift the table saw . This table saw will require some amount of assembly . The table saw and fence is shipped in one carton . This carton also contains a box of saw parts . 1 . Remove parts from all of the cartons and lay them on a clean work surface . 2 . Two or more people are required to lift the table saw off of the shipping pallet . 3 . Remove any protective materials and coatings from all of the parts and the table saw . The protective \ coatings can be removed by spraying WD - 40 on \ them and wiping it off with a soft cloth . This may o need redone several times before all of the protec - \ o \ tive coatings are removed completely . CAUTION : DO NOT use acetone , gasoline or lacquer thin - ner to remove any protective coatings on your table saw . 4 . After cleaning , apply a good quality paste wax to 2 12 any unpainted surfaces . Make sure to buff out the wax before assembly . \ \ 5 . Compare the items to figures below ; verify that all \ \ \ items are accounted for before discarding the ship - \ \ \ \ ping box . If there are any missing parts , call \ \ Customer Helpline 1 - 800 - 897 - 7709 . \ \ \ \ 11 \ \ The right extension wing must be completely assem - bled and motor cover closed and fastened before table saw is to be connected to the power source . 10 If any parts are missing , do not attempt to plug in the power cord and turn " ON " the table saw . The table saw can only be turned " ON " after all the parts have been obtained and installed correctly . TABLE SAW 1 . Table saw assembly 2 . Extension wing , cast iron ( 2 ) 3 . Handwheel ( 2 ) 4 . Handwheel lock knob ( 2 ) 14 5 . Splitter mounting rod 6 . Splitter bracket assembly 15 7 . Wrench hook 9 . Fence hook ( 2 ) 10 . Polly - V belt 11 . Blade guard and splitter assembly 12 . Dust Port 13 . Leg assembly ( 2 ) 14 . Tie bar ( 2 ) 15 . Dust Chute 16 . Switch 17 . Saw blade ( not shown ) 11
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Fig . 3 = 2 21 23 24 2O FENCE 22 20 . Auxiliary fence 21 . Rip fence assembly 22 . Fence front rail , right 23 . Fence front rail , left 24 . Fence rear rail ( 2 ) 25 . Clamp knob with special nut ( 2 ) 26 . Micro - Adjust assembly 27 . Fence rear rail connector 27 28 . Front rail end cap , right 29 . Front rail end cap , left 30 . Fence front rail alignment 25 28 29 3O bar ( 2 ) Fig . 3 = 3 41 MITER GAUGE 40 . Miter gauge 41 . Cross cut fence 42 . Depth stop 43 . Clamp assembly 44 . M5 x 20mm Hex socket head screw ( 3 ) 45 . M5 Flat washer ( 3 ) 46 . M5 Square nut ( 3 ) 47 . Elevating rod 48 . Knob ( 2 ) 12
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Fig . 3 - 4 GB GX GAD _ W _ ' _ x t _ ' _ @ Gx SDC _ T GAB _ RE W _ x @ _ ci _ rL ^ l ¥ _ r © I © I @ Ore , @ RInD GAD _ Lr - W _ _ W _ x @ 0 = = = _ @ _ D GAD _ Lr - l . _ _ I w _ _ 1 _ ' , _ L _ _ f _ _ LDL _ _ e _ i _ " Hardware packs are not identified or labeled . See hardware diagram to help in finding the correct part . See figure 3 - 4 . • Hardware Pack for Extension Wings ( # 0R92013 ) includes : Hardware Pack for Cabinet Legs and Dust Chute Flat Washer M8 ( 8 ) ( # 0R92019 ) includes : Lock Washer M8 ( 8 ) Flat Washer M8 ( 16 ) Hex Head Screw M8x1 . 25 x 30mm ( 8 ) Flat Washer 5 / 16 " ( 8 ) Lock Washer M8 ( 12 ) • Hardware Pack for Rear Rail ( # 0R92016 ) includes : Lock Washer 5 / 16 " ( 8 ) Flat Washer M8 ( 8 ) Hex Head Screw M8x1 . 25 x 25ram ( 12 ) Lock Washer M8 ( 6 ) Carriage Head Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 8 " ( 8 ) Button Head Cap Screw M8x1 . 25 x 25mm ( 4 ) Hex Nut M8 ( 8 ) Button Head Cap Screw M8x1 . 25 x 35mm ( 2 ) Hex Nut 5 / 16 " ( 8 ) Hex Nut M8 ( 2 ) Hardware for ON / OFF Switch : ( Hardware finish is * Hardware Pack for Front Rail ( # 0R92017 ) Black Oxide ) includes : Hex Head Screw M6 x 12mm ( 2 ) Flat Washer M8 ( 4 ) Square Nut M6 ( 2 ) Lock Washer M8 ( 4 ) * Miscellaneous Hardware : Square Head Screw M8x1 . 25 x 35mm ( 4 ) Hex Nut M8 ( 4 ) Sheet Metal Screw M4 x 8mm ( 6 ) Sheet Metal Screw M4 x 16mm ( 4 ) 13
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1 27 2 26 5 4 8 3 9 6 7 11 10 12 25 23 13 22 21 17 2O B 10 . Rear rail 19 . Rubber foot 1 . Splitter assembly 2 . Blade guard 11 . Auxiliary fence 20 . Blade height handwheel 12 . Front rail with scale 21 . Handwheel lock knob 3 . Anti - kickback fingers 4 . Blade 22 . Fence hook 13 . Micro Adjustment knob 23 . Bevel handwheel 5 . Align - a - cut insert 14 . Rip fence lock handle 6 . Table surface 15 . Motor cover 24 . Bevel handwheel lock knob 16 . Bevel scale 25 . On / Off switch 7 . lO - in , cast iron wing 17.3 / 4 Cabinet 8 . Rear fence hold down ( not shown ) 26 . Deluxe Miter gauge 9 . Rip fence 18 . Cabinet leg 27 . Miter gauge groove 14
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3 , TOOLS REQUIRED Attach two tie bars ( F ) inside and between front and rear legs already attached to the cabinet with ( G ) The following tools are needed for assembly and align - ment . Note : Two blade wrenches and five hex wrenches eight 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 8 " carriage head screws , 5 / 16 " flat washers , 5 / 16 " lock washers and 5 / 16 - 18 hex nuts are provided with your table saw . The remaining tools and securely tighten all hardware . See figure 4 - 1 . are typical shop tools and are not included with your table saw . 18mm wrench 8mm wrench DUST CHUTE ASSEMBLY 13mm wrench 3 / 16 - in . hex wrench 10mm wrench # 2 Phillips screwdriver Figure 5 = 1 D A • The table saw is a heavy machine ; two people are required for certain assembly operations . • DO NOT assemble the table saw until you are sure the tool is unplugged . • DO NOT assemble the table saw until you are sure the power switch is in the " OFF " position . • For your own safety , DO NOT connect the machine to the power source until the machine is completely assembled and you read and understand the entire Owner's Manual . CABINET LEG ASSEMBLY B C MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source . 1 . Attach the dust chute assembly ( A ) to the bottom of 1 . Turn the table saw upside down onto its cast iron the table saw cabinet , making sure the opening ( B ) table . CAUTION : The table saw is heavy ; two peo - in the dust chute is to the rear of the table saw ( C ) . ple are required for this operation . Be sure to lay Use ( D ) four M8 x 25mm hex head screws and M8 cardboard on the floor to protect the table surface . lock washers and tighten all hardware . See figure 5 - 1 . Figure 4 = 1 2 . . Turn the table saw right side up . CAUTION : The table saw is heavy ; two people are required for this A operation . E Figure 5 = 2 F A D 2 , Attach leg assemblies ( A ) to the front ( B ) and rear ( C ) of the table saw cabinet by placing ( D ) eight M8 x _ E 25ram hex head screws and eight M8 flat washers down through the mounting holes in the leg assembly and cabinet ( E ) . Place an M8 flat washer , M8 lock 3 . Attach the dust port ( E ) to the dust chute ( F ) with washer and M8 hex nut onto each of the eight screws four 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 " round head tap screws . attaching leg assembly to cabinet . Do not completely See figure 5 - 2 . tighten hardware at this time . See figure 4 - 1 . 15
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1 . POLY = V BELT ASSEMBLY CAUTION : The extension wings are heavy ; two people are required to assemble both extension wings to the table saw . MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from 2 . Assemble one of the extension wings ( A ) to the left the power source . side of the table saw . Align the four holes ( B ) in the extension wing with the four holes in the left side of Figure 64 the saw table . Use four M8 x 30mm hex head J screws , M8 lock washers and M8 flat washers . Do A not completely tighten hardware at this time . See figure 7 - 1 . Figure 7 = 2 D E o - c / 4 1 . Make sure all packaging material has been removed from inside the cabinet . 2 . Open the motor cover and place the motor Poly - V belt ( A ) over the blade pulley ( B ) . See figure 6 - 1 . 3 . Carefully lift the motor ( C ) and place the belt under the motor pulley ( not shown ) . Make sure all the 3 . Lay a straight edge ( C ) across the saw table ( D ) v - notches in the belt are mated with the v - notches and extension wing ( E ) . Make sure that the front of the blade and motor pulley . See figure 6 - 1 . face of the extension wing ( F ) is flat to the front 4 . Carefully let the motor down and close motor cover . face of the saw table ( G ) . Adjust the extension wing so that its top surface is exactly flat to the saw EXTENSION WING ASSEMBLY table and securely tighten hardware . See figure 7 - 2 . 4 . Repeat steps 2 and 3 above to assemble the other extension wing to the right side of the table saw . MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source . HANDWHEEL ASSEMBLY The right extension wing must be completely assem - MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from bled and motor cover closed and fastened before table the power source . saw is to be connected to the power source . Figure 74 Figure 8 - 1 A D C B 16
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Placeoneofthehandwheel ( sA ) ontotheshaft ( B ) 1 . Assemble both of the fence hooks ( A ) to the left ofthebevelshaftlocatedonthesideofthecabinet . side of the cabinet ( B ) using four M4 x 8mm sheet Alignthegroove ( C ) inthebackofthehandwhee [ metal screw , not shown . See figure 9 - 1 . withthepin ( D ) throughtheshaft . Seefigure8 - 1 . 2 . Assemble the wrench hook ( C ) above the fence hooks using two M4 x 8mm sheet metal screws , not Figure 8 = 2 shown . See figure 10 - 1 . E BLADE GUARD AND SPLITTER ASSEMBLY MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source . 1 . Loosen table insert retainer bolt and remove tame insert . Figure 10 = 1 B 2 . Thread the locking knob ( E ) onto the end of the threaded shaft ( F ) . See figure 8 - 2 . 3 . Repeat the steps above to assemble the hand - wheel and locking knob onto the blade raise / lower shaft located on the front of the cabinet . WRENCH AND FENCE HOOK ASSEMBLY 2 . Place the threaded end of the mounting splitter rod ( A ) through the hole ( B ) in the rear of the cabinet . MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from Place a M12 hex nut ( not shown ) onto the threaded the power source . end of the mounting splitter rod inside of the cabi - net and tighten securely . See figure 10 - 1 and 10 - 2 . Figure 94 Note : Place an 18mm wrench on 12mm hex nut and a 13mm wrench on flats of the splitter rod and tighten . Figure 10 = 2 C / A 3 . Place the splitter bracket assembly ( C ) onto the mounting splitter rod . See figure 10 - 2 and 10 - 3 . 17
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Figure 10 = 3 Figure 10 = 5 0 H \ Q 4 , Place the front attachment point ( D ) of the blade 7 , Place a square ( N ) onto the saw table and against guard and splitter assembly ( H ) down into the tool - the splitter assembly ( 0 ) behind the kickback less front attachment point ( E ) and the rear attach - fingers ( P ) . Make adjustments to the splitter ment slot ( F ) onto the threads of the splitter bracket bracket assembly ( Q ) so that the splitter is square knob ( G ) ; securely tighten splitter bracket knob . to the saw table and tighten the two hex socket Note : The splitter bracket assembly will need to be head screws on the bottom of the splitter bracket positioned to fit the blade guard and splitter assem - assembly . See figure 10 - 5 . bly on the mounting splitter rod . See figure 10 - 3 . 5 , Remove the hex nut ( K ) and outer flange ( J ) from Figure 10 = 6 the blade arbor ( I ) . Note : The arbor has a right hand thread ; to loosen the hex nut , turn it counterclock - wise . See figure 10 - 4 . U Figure 10 = 4 M 8 . Lay a straight edge ( R ) against the left side of the saw blade ( S ) . Align the splitter ( T ) so that it is in a straight line with the blade and tighten the one hex socket head screws ( U ) on top of the splitter brack - et assembly . See figure 10 - 6 . 9 . Replace table insert and tighten table insert 6 , Place 10 " saw blade ( H ) onto blade arbor ( I ) , make retaining - bolt removed in step 1 . sure the teeth of the blade are pointing down in the 10 . If there is any problem with the front splitter attach - front of the table saw . Place the outer flange ( J ) ment bracket being out - of - square to the saw table and hex nut ( K ) onto the blade arbor and snug hex or blade alignment , see " AMGNING SPMTTER nut by hand . Place the open - end blade wrench ( L ) BRACKET " in the Operations and Adjustments sec - on the flats of the inner blade flange ( not shown ) tion of this manual . and the box - end blade wrench ( M ) onto the hex nut and securely tighten . Note : The blade arbor has a right hand thread , to tighten the hex nut turn it clockwise . See figure 10 - 4 . 18
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RiP FENCE ASSEMBLY 5 . Slide the heads of four M8 x 35mm square head screws ( F ) , two from each end of the front rail into the front rail . Note : The front rail is still positioned upside down on the saw table . Position the screws MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from so that they will align with the two holes in the front the power source . of the saw table and one hole in each extension wing ( G ) . See figure 11 - 2 . Figure 11 - 1 6 . Place front rail against front of saw table with the C four screws going through the four holes in the saw C A table and extension wings . Place an one M8 flat washer , M8 lock washer and M8 hex nut onto each of the four screws on the back side of the saw table and extension wings . Do not completely tighten the four hex nuts at this point . " D Figure 11 = 3 H E A B 1 . Alignment bars ( B ) have set screws ( A ) already installed . Make sure set screws are flush with face of alignment bar . See figure 11 - 1 . 2 . Place both fence front rails ( C ) on the saw table upside down . Make certain that the right fence rail is on the right - hand side and the left front rail is on the left - hand side . Check that both scales on the front rails have the 1 - inch marking close to each other . See figure 11 - 1 . 3 . Insert both alignment bars halfway into the back ( D ) and bottom ( E ) square nut grooves in the right front rail and slightly snug set screws to hold alignment bar into the front rail . See figure 11 - 1 . 4 . Slide the left front rail onto alignment bars and against other half of front rail . Make sure both sections of the front rails are flat and straight to each other . Slightly snug set screws in both align - ment bars . Recheck that the front rail is flat and straight , then securely tighten all set screws . 7 , Raise saw blade ( H ) and place a straight edge ( I ) Figure 11 = 2 against right side of saw blade extending out over front of saw table . Align the edge of the right front F rail ( J ) with right side of saw blade using the straight edge . See figure 11 - 3 . O G G 19
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Figure 11 = 4 Figure 11 = 6 R K 11 . Slide the right side rear rail ( T ) onto rear rail con - nector . Assemble the right rear rail with two M8 x 25mm button head cap screws to the saw table and one M8 x 35mm button head cap screw , M8 flat 8 . Using a combination square ( K ) , make sure the washer , M8 lock washer and M8 hex nut to the front rail ( L ) is level across the saw table and exten - extension wing . See figure 11 - 6 . sion wings , and then securely tighten the four hex 12 . Using a combination square , make sure the rear rail nuts . See figure 11 - 4 . is level to the saw table and extension wings and below the bottom of the miter gauge slots , then securely tighten all hardware . See figure 11 - 4 . Figure 11 = 5 Figure 11 = 7 Z U AC Y M / 0 Q W V 9 . Assemble the left side rear rail ( M ) to the left rear side of the table saw ( N ) . Attach rear rail ( M ) to 13 . Assemble the two cursors ( U ) to the rip fence table ( N ) with two M8 x 25mm button head cap assembly ( V ) using four M5 x 16mm pan head screws , M8 Iockwashers , and M8 flat washers ( 0 ) . screws and M5 lock washers ( W ) . See figure 11 - 7 . Attach rear rail to extension wing with one M8 x 35mm button head cap screw , M8 flat washer , M8 14 . Lift up on the rip fence handle ( X ) and place the Iockwasher and M8 hex nut ( P ) . Make sure that fence down onto the saw table with the fence body the rear rail is below the bottom of the miter gauge into front rail . With the rip fence lock handle up , you can slide the fence back and forth across the saw slots ( R ) in the saw table . See figure 11 - 5 and 11 - 6 . table . Pushing the rip fence lock handle down will lock the fence from moving . See figure 11 - 7 . 10 . Slide rear rail connector ( S ) into the left rear rail 15 . Align left fence side ( AB ) at a distance from the already assembled . See figure 11 - 5 . right side ( AC ) of the right miter gauge groove and lock the fence . See figure 11 - 7 . 16 . Use a measuring tape to measure the distance from the saw blade right side to the left fence side . 20
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AUXILIARY FENCE ASSEMBLY 17 . Assemblethecursor ( U ) to therightsideoffencewsht - crossarmwithtwoM5x 16mmpanheadscreltyig andM5lockwashers ( W ) . Donotcomplete enscrewsS . eefigure11 - 7 . ALWAYS position auxiliary fence at least 2 - inches in 18 . Aligncursorwiththescale ( Z ) sothatthethinblack front of the saw blade when using auxiliary fence as a line ( Y ) isonthesamenumberasthedistance stop when crosscutting . measuredinstep16 . Tightenthecursorscrews . 19 . Removefencefromtableandrepositionitonleft Figure 13 = 1 sideof sawbladeA . lignrightfencesideat adis - D B tancefromtheleftsideof leftmitergaugegroove andlockthefence . 20 . Usea measurintgapetomeasurethedistancefrom thesawbladeleftsidetotherightfenceside . A 21 . Assemblethesecondcursorto leftsideoffence crossarmwithtwoM5x 16mmpanheadscrewsn andM6lockwashersD . onotcompleteltyighte screws . 22 . Aligncursorwiththescalesothatthethinblackline isonthesamenumberasthedistancemeasuredin step20 . Tightenthecursorscrews . Figure 11 = 8 1 , To attach the auxiliary fence ( A ) to the main fence AA assembly ( B ) , thread two clamp knobs ( C ) through the top of the auxiliary fence and into a special 1 / 4 - 20 square nut , not shown . See figure 13 - 1 . 2 , Slide the special square nuts into the top of the fence ( D ) . Slide auxiliary fence into position and tighten clamp knobs . 3 , For correct use , see " USING AUXILIARY FENCE ON RIP FENCE " in the " OPERATION AND 23 . Note : The rip fence comes with a rear hold - down ADJUSTMENTS section . ( AA ) built into the end of the fence , to keep the rear of the fence from lifting while using a feather board . To engage the rear hold - down , simply flip down on the hold down arm so that it is under the rear rail , as shown . See figure 11 - 8 . 24 . Check and make sure the rip fence is square to the saw table and is parallel to the miter groove . If any adjustments are needed see " FENCE ADJUST - MENTS " in the Operation and Adjustments section in this manual . 21
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ON / OFF SWITCH AND 5 . Place the left front rail end cap ( A ) into the end of the front rail ( B ) . Attach end cap to rail with two END CAP ASSEMBLY M4 x 16mm pan head self - tapping screws ( C ) . See figure 14 - 2 . 6 . Repeat step above to attach right side front rail MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from end cap . the power source . CONNECTING SWITCH CORD Figure 14 = 1 TO MOTOR CORD MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source . Figure 15 - 1 J J B 1 . Place two M6 x 12mm hex head screws ( A ) up through the two holes ( B ) in the switch support ( C ) . See figure 14 - 1 . A 2 . Thread two M6 square nuts ( D ) onto M6 x 12mm hex head screws about three turns . See figure 14 - 1 . 1 . Place the switch cord ( A ) through hole ( B ) in front of cabinet . See figure 15 - 1 . 3 . Slide the M6 square nuts and switch assembly ( E ) 2 . Open motor cover , plug switch cord ( C ) into motor into the left end of the front rail ( F ) . See figure 14 - 1 . cord ( D ) . See figure 15 - 2 . 4 . Position the switch assembly to desired location 3 Pull slack in switch cord into the cabinet . and tighten hardware . CAUTION : Keep switch out of saw blade path . Most common switch location is to the left side of the saw blade . Figure 15 = 2 Figure 14 = 2 C D 3 , Pull slack in switch cord into the cabinet . 4 . Make a loop ( E ) from the slack of the switch cord and place it behind cord retaining bar ( F ) . See figure 15 - 2 . 22
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MITER GAUGE ASSEMBLY Figure 16 = 2 H MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source . Figure 16 = 1 4 . Slide both of the square nuts with hex socket head cap screws and flat washer ( F ) into the lower T - slot ( G ) of the cross cut fence ( H ) . See figure 16 - 2 . 5 . Place the thread section of the hex socket head screws into the grooves ( I ) of the miter gauge body . A B Make sure the flat washers are against the heads of the hex socket head cap screws . See figure 16 - 2 . Thread elevating rod ( A ) into the top threaded hole in the miter gauge body ( B ) . See figure 16 - 1 . 6 . Position the cross cut fence so that no part of the fence is in the path of the saw blade . Allow the 2 . Place clamp assembly ( C ) on top of the miter cross cut fence to rest on the saw table and secure - gauge knob ( D ) and elevating rod . Place two knobs ( E ) through the slot in the clamp assembly and thread one knob into the threaded hole in the Figure 16 = 3 miter gauge knob and elevating rod . Position clamp assembly as shown and tighten both knobs . See figure 16 - 1 . 3 . Place one M5 flat washer onto one M5 x 20mm hex socket head cap screw . Thread one M5 square nut onto the hex socket head cap screw until the screw is flush with the back of the square nut . Repeat this for one more flat washer , head socket head cap screw and square nut . 7 . Place one M5 flat washer onto one M5 x 20mm hex socket head cap screw ( J ) . Place this through the hole in the top of the depth stop ( K ) . Thread one M5 square nut onto the hex socket head cap screw until the tip of the screw is flush with the back of the square nut . See figure 16 - 3 . 8 . Slide the square nut and depth stop into the top T - slot ( L ) of the cross cut fence . See figure 16 - 3 . 9 . Position depth stop as desired and tighten the hex socket head cap screw . 23
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BOLTING TABLE SAW TO THE FLOOR MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source . If you wish , the table saw can be permanently mounted to the floor . To attach to the floor , see instructions below . Figure 15A = 1 B Remove the four rubber footpads ( A ) from the table saw legs ( B ) . See Figure 15A - 1 . 2 , Position the table saw where you want it perma - nently mounted . 3 , Mark the floor through the holes in the bottom of legs . 4 , Move the table saw out of the way and drill pilot holes at the four locations marked . 5 , Attach the table saw to the floor using appropriate hardware ( not included ) . 24
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CAUTION LOCKING ON / OFF SWITCH • A separate electrical circuit should be used for your 1 . When the table saw is not in use , the " ON " button table saw . The table saw comes pre - wired for 120 - volt should be locked so that it cannot be started . use . The circuit should not be less than # 14 AWG wire 2 . Using the padlock included with your table saw , lift and should be protected with a 15 - amp time lag fuse . the " red " OFF " paddle and place the padlock • Have a qualified electrician repair or replace damaged through the holes ( C ) in the side of the " ON " button or worn cord immediately . and then lock the padlock . Make sure keys have been removed from padlock and placed where no • Before connecting the motor to the power line , make children can get them . See figure 17 - 1 . certain the switch is in the " OFF " position and be sure that the electric current is of the same characteristics 3 . To use the table saw , unlock and remove the pad - lock from the " ON " button . as the motor nameplate . All line connections should make good contact . • Running on low voltage or long extension cords will damage the motor . THERMAL = OVERLOAD PROTECTION • Turn the power switch " OFF " and unplug the power • DO NOT expose the table saw to rain or operate the cord from its power source prior to doing or perform - in damp locations . ing any maintenance . • MAKE SURE all parts have been assembled correctly Make certain that the OFF button has been de - and are in working order . pressed before pushing the thermal - overload - reset • KEEP table surface clear of tools and debris before button . starting table saw . The motor supplied with your table saw has a resettable thermal - overload relay ( D ) , see figure 17 - 1 . If the motor STARTING AND STOPPING THE SAW shuts off during an operation ( cutting a workpiece too fast or using a dull blade , using the saw beyond its Figure 17 = 1 capacity , or low voltage ) press the OFF button , let the motor cool three to five minutes . Push the reset ther - Y mal - overload button on the side of the ON / OFF switch assembly . Make certain that the saw blade and work • C area has been cleared of debris before restarting saw . The motor can now be turned on again . L ON RAISING AND LOWERING THE BLADE A Figure 18 = 1 1 . The ON / OFF switch is located under the front rail on the table saw . 2 . To turn the table saw on , press the green " ON " button ( A ) in one - half inch . Note : There is a safety The blade height adjustment handwheel and handwheel feature on the switch to insure that the switch must lock knob is located on the front of the cabinet above be completely pressed before the saw will START . the blade bevel scale . To raise the saw blade , loosen See figure 17 - 1 . the handwheel lock knob ( A ) ( counter - clockwise ) and turn the handwheel ( B ) clockwise . When the saw blade 3 . To turn the table saw off , press the large red " OFF " is at its desired height , tighten the handwheel lock knob paddle ( B ) or lift the paddle and press directly on ( clockwise ) until it is securely tightened . See figure 18 - 1 . the red " OFF " button . See figure 17 - 1 . 25
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3 . Tolowerthesawblade , loosenthehandwheelol ck If the blade will not tilt to 90 - degree , turn ( counter - knob ( counterclockwisaen ) dturnthehandwheel clockwise ) the set screw ( C ) in the left hand side of counterclockwiseW . henthesawbladeisat itsdesired the saw table until the blade can be positioned to height , tightenthehandwheelol ckknob ( clockwise ) 90 - degrees . Tighten bevel handwheel lock knob , untilit issecurelytightened . located on the left side of the cabinet . This will keep the blade from further tilting and check that the set TILTING THE BLADE screw is contacting positive stop . See figure 19 - 1 . The blade bevel handwheel and handwheel lock knob 4 . If the blade has been tilted to 90 - degrees , tighten is located on the left side of the cabinet . To increase bevel handwheel lock knob , located on the left side the saw blade - bevel , loosen the handwheel lock knob of the cabinet . This will keep the blade from further ( A ) ( counterclockwise ) and turn the handwheel ( B ) tilting . Turn the set screw clockwise until it comes clockwise . When the saw blade is at its desired in contact with the positive stop . degree , tighten the handwheel lock knob ( clockwise ) until it is securely tightened . See figure 18 - 1 To return the saw blade bevel to zero degrees , loosen Figure 19 = 2 the handwheel lock knob ( counterclockwise ) and turn the handwheel counterclockwise . When the saw blade is back to zero degrees it will come into contact with the adjustable positive stop which will cause the blade to stop . Tighten the handwheel lock knob ( clockwise ) until it is securely tightened . To tilt the blade bevel to 45 - degrees , loosen the hand - wheel lock knob ( counterclockwise ) and turn the hand - wheel clockwise . When the saw blade is at 45 - degrees it will come into contact with the adjustable positive stop which will cause the blade to stop , tighten the hand - wheel lock knob ( clockwise ) until it is securely tightened . ADJUSTING BLADE BEVEL POSITIVE STOPS Figure 19 = 1 5 . To adjust blade 45 - degree blade bevel positive stop , A raise the saw blade to its highest position . 6 . Using a combination square ( D ) check that the blade is 45 - degrees to the saw table ( 45 - degrees on bevel scale ) . See figure 19 - 2 . 7 . If the blade will not tilt to 45 - degrees , turn ( counter - clockwise ) the set screw ( E ) in the right hand side of the saw table until the blade can be positioned to 45 - degrees . Tighten bevel handwheel lock knob , located on the left side of the cabinet . This will keep the blade from further tilting and check that the set screw is contacting positive stop . See figure 19 - 2 . 8 . If the blade has been tilted to 45 - degrees , tighten bevel handwheel lock knob , located on the left side of the cabinet . This will keep the blade from further tilting . Turn the set screw clockwise until it comes in contact with the positive stop . 1 . To adjust blade 90 - degree blade bevel positive stop , raise the saw blade ( A ) to its highest position . See figure 19 - 1 . BEVEL ARROW ADJUSTMENT 2 . Using a combination square ( B ) check that the 1 . Make certain that the blade is at 90 - degrees to the blade is 90 - degrees to the saw table ( zero degrees table surface with a combination square . See on bevel scale ) . See figure 19 - 1 . figure 19 - 1 . 26
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1 . Raise the saw blade to its highest point . Fig . 20 = 1 2 . Place a combination square ( A ) on the saw table C with one edge ( B ) of the square against the left miter slot ( C ) . See Figure 20A - 1 . \ / 3 . Adjust the square so the rule ( D ) just touches the saw blade about 1 inch in from the outer diameter . Make sure the rule is not touching any of the car - bide tips of the saw blade . 4 . Lock the rule in this position . 5 . This dimension should be around 5 - 1 / 2 inch , plus or minus 3 / 32 of an inch . Figure 20A = 2 2 . Check that the bevel arrow ( A ) is pointing to the zero degree mark on the bevel scale ( B ) located on the front of the cabinet . See figure 20 - 1 . 3 . To adjust arrow , loosen the Philips head screw ( C ) and reposition the bevel arrow and tighten screw . See figure 20 - 1 . BLADE HEEL ALIGNMENT CHECKING BLADE ALIGNMENT Blade heel is the misalignment of the blade to the miter slots . This means when the blade is not parallel to the miter slots it is heeling . The blade is set parallel at the factory and should not need any adjustments . You can check this by using a dial indicator ( not included ) or a combination square ( not included ) . It is recommended 6 . Rotate the saw blade back so that you take the measurement from the same spot on the saw to check the alignment before initial operation as fol - lows : blade . See Figure 20A - 2 . 7 . Take a reading at the rear of the blade ( E ) with the combination square . If there is a difference of more than four pieces of standard printer paper between MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the rule and the blade then adjustment will have to the power source . be made . 8 , Figure 20A = 1 If an adjustment is necessary see " ADJUSTING BLADE ALIGNMENT " . ADJUSTING BLADE ALIGNMENT f Blade alignment is factory set and should not need adjustment . All saw blades have some runout . Therefore , readjusting the blade alignment should only be attempted if it becomes necessary ( see checking blade alignment ) . D MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source . A 27
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RIP FENCE OPERATIONS Figure 20B = 1 AND ADJUSTMENTS \ MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source . The rip fence can be used on either side of the saw blade . The most common location is on the right hand side . This fence is a front locking fence , meaning it only clamps on the front rail . The fence slides across the front and rear rails . Figure 21 = 1 B C G D F A 1 . To align the blade parallel to the miter slot , first loosen two hex head screws ( A ) under the left side of the table saw . This is the same side as the bevel handwheel ( B ) . See figure 20B - 1 . Figure 20B = 2 C c H E I 1 . To move the rip fence , lift up on the fence handle ( A ) and slide the fence back and forth across the saw table . Note : The fence handle is spring loaded and will stay in the up position until press down on . See figure 21 - 1 . 2 . To lock the fence from sliding side to side , push down on the fence handle . 2 . Open motor cover located on the right side of the ADJUSTING FENCE SLIDE table saw . Loosen two hex head screws ( C ) locat - ed directly above the opening . See Figure 20B - 2 . 3 . The saw table is now loose and can be reposi - tioned until the blade is parallel to the miter slot . MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from Repeat steps in " CHECKING BLADE ALIGN - the power source . MENT " . To make sure your fence slides smoothly there are sev - 4 . When blade is parallel to miter slot tighten all four eral items to check . hex head screws . 5 . Recheck blade alignment . 6 . Tilt the blade to 45 degrees , and rotate the saw blade by hand . Make sure the blade does not con - 28
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Figure 21A - 1 Figure 21A = 3 B G F / , H B A Make sure that the nylon set screws ( A ) and nylon 3 , Make sure there is a consistent gap between the glide pads ( B ) are in place and are not damaged , bottom of the fence ( F ) and the saw table ( G ) . This gouged or have sharp edges . See figure 21A - 1 . gap should be same as the thickness of a dime , Note : Some models do not have the Micro - around 0.050 " . To adjust the gap at the front of the Adjustment Assembly as shown in figure 21A - 1 . fence turn nylon set screws ( H ) evenly . See figure 21A - 3 . Figure 21A = 2 To adjust the gap at the rear of the fence , loosen two screws ( I ) . The screws are located inside of the fence end cap ( J ) . The fence hold down ( K ) will have to be rotated down to access the two screws . Reposition the fence end cap to set the gap and tighten the two screws . See figure 21A - 4 . Figure 21A = 4 I C 2 . Make sure that both the front and rear rails ( C ) are parallel to the saw table ( D ) . Use a combination square ( E ) to check parallel . See figure 21A - 2 . K 29
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ADJUSTING RiP FENCE PARALLEL : Figure 21A - 5 1 . To adjust the rip fence parallel to the miter gauge Clean and wax groove , position the rip fence ( B ) along the right side ( C ) of the right hand miter gauge groove and lock the fence . The rip fence should be parallel to the miter gauge groove . If an adjustment is neces - sary , proceed to the next step . See figure 21 - 1 . 2 . Lift the fence handle and slightly loosen hex head screw ( G ) . Lightly tap on the rear of the fence until the rip fence is parallel to the miter gauge groove . Lock the fence and retighten hex head screws . Unlock the fence and move it side to side . Lock and recheck it for parallel . See figure 21 - 1 . ADJUSTING RiP FENCE SQUARE : 1 . To adjust the rip fence square to the table surface , lock the fence in place and place a square on the saw table and against the side of the rip fence . If the rip fence is out - of - square , proceed to the next step . MAKE CERTAIN you read and follow all directions and warnings on the cleaner . 2 . Unlock the rip fence handle and adjust one or both set screws ( H ) to make the rip fence square to the 4 . Clean the front and rear rail with rubbing alcohol or saw table . Lock the rip fence handle and recheck . automotive brake cleaner . Make sure not to get CAUTION cleaner on any painted surfaces . After cleaning , Keep about 1mm gap between saw table and wax the entire front and rear rail . For models that bottom of fence . Ten sheets of printer paper are have the Micro - Adjustment assembly , do not wax about lmm . See figure 21 - 1 . the area of the front rail where the rubber wheel from the micro - adjust contacts . ADJUSTING CLAMPING PRESSURE : 1 . After the rip fence is parallel to the miter gauge ADJUSTING RiP SCALE groove , check to see if there is adequate clamping force to hold the rip fence in place . If you can lift 1 . To adjust the right scale , align left fence side ( B ) at the rip fence up off the front rail while it is locked , it a distance from the right side ( C ) of the right miter needs adjusted . gauge groove and lock the fence . See figure 21 - 1 . 2 . To adjust the clamping pressure of the rip fence , 2 . Use a measuring tape to measure the distance from slightly loosen two hex socket head screws under - the saw blade right side to the left fence side . neath fence body ( I ) . To increase clamping pres - sure turn set screw ( J ) clockwise ; to decrease 3 . Loosen two screws attaching the cursor ( E ) to the right side of fence cross arm . See figure 21 - 1 . clamping pressure turn set screw counterclockwise and tighten both hex socket head screws . Note : 4 . Align cursor with the scale ( F ) so that the thin black Only make small adjustments to set screw ( J ) and line ( D ) is on the same number as the distance recheck . See figure 21 - 1 . measured in step 4 . Tighten the cursor screws . 5 . To adjust the left scale , remove fence from table Figure 21 = 2 and reposition it on left side of saw blade . Align K right fence side at a distance from the left side of left miter gauge groove and lock the fence . 6 . Use a measuring tape to measure the distance from the saw blade left side to the right fence side . 7 . Loosen two screws attaching the cursor to the left side of fence cross arm . 8 . Align cursor with the scale so that the thin black line is on the same number as the distance measured in step 6 . Tighten the cursor screws . The rip fence must be properly aligned to the miter gauge groove in order to prevent " kickback " when ripping . 30
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REARHOLD - DOWN CAUTION It is necessary when performing special operations Tominimizetheamounttherearofthefence ( K ) such as moulding , to add wood facing ( A ) to one or comesoffthesawtable , simplyflipdowntherears both sides of the rip fence ( B ) . A 3 / 4 - inch facing to the holddown ( L ) sothatit isundertherearrail . Thi rip fence is suitable for most work although an occa - limitstheamountthattherearofthefencewilllift . sional job may require 1 - inch facing . See figure 22 - 2 . Seefigure21 - 2 . CAUTION USING AUXiLiARY FENCE ON RiP FENCE A wood facing should be used when ripping thin materi - al such as paneling to prevent the material from catch - ing between the bottom of the rip fence and saw table • MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from surface . the power source . • TO AVOID KICKBACK always position auxiliary RiP FENCE MICRO = ADJUSTMENT fence at least 2 - inches in front of the saw blade when being used as a stop for crosscutting . • Never use the aluminum auxiliary fence while MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from performing a molding cutter head or dado operation . the power source when making adjustments . A wooden auxiliary fence ( not included ) must be used for these operations . Figure 23 = 1 Figure 22 = 1 A 1 . Note : When using the auxiliary fence supplied with your saw you must subtract 1 " from the rip scale . This is because the auxiliary fence is 1 - inch thick . 2 . When using the auxiliary fence as a cut - off stop , first assemble auxiliary fence to the rip fence . 3 . Position the beginning of the auxiliary fence ( A ) at least 2 - inches in front of the saw blade ( B ) and tighten both clamp knobs ( C ) . See figure 22 - 1 . 1 . Make sure the rip fence is not locked . 4 . If using the rip scale to set the cut length , subtract 1 " from the rip scale for the finish cut measurement . 2 . To engage the micro - adjustment , push in knob ( A ) . Make sure rip fence is locked before any cuts are See figure 23 - 1 . made . 3 . Turn knob clockwise to move the rip fence to the Fig . 22 = 2 left and counter - clockwise to move it to the right . A B 31
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TABLE iNSERT ADJUSTMENT Figure 25 = 1 A MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from C the power source when making adjustments . / Figure 24 = 1 B C " A 1 . Make sure switch is " OFF " and disconnect power 1 . The table insert ( A ) must always be level with the saw table ( B ) . To adjust the table insert , loosen cord from power source . and remove table insert retaining bolt ( C ) . See 2 . Open motor cover and verify on the motor tag ( A ) figure 24 - 1 . that motor is dual voltage . See figure 25 - 1 . 2 . Place a straight edge across the front and rear of the table insert . Check that the insert is perfectly 3 . If motor tag states that it is dual voltage remove junc - level with the saw table . tion box cover ( B ) on motor ( C ) . See figure 25 - 1 . 3 . To level the table insert , turn the one or more 4 . Using wiring diagram on inside of junction box adjusting set screws ( D ) as needed and recheck . cover , reconnect motor leads for 240 - volt operation . See figure 24 - 1 . 4 . Once the insert is level , secure the insert with the 5 . Replace junction box cover and close motor cover . retaining bolt removed in step 1 . 6 . Replace 120 volt plug with a UL / CSA Listed 240 5 . The table insert is equipped with a finger hole ( E ) volt plug rated for current of the motor . for easy removal . See figure 24 - 1 . 7 . The ON / OFF switch is 4 - pole and does not need CHANGING MOTOR VOLTAGE modified . • MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source before working on motor . • Have a certified electrician make all electrical connec - tions . All local and state codes must be maintained . The motor supplied with the table saw is a dual voltage 120 / 240 - volt , single phase motor . The motor is wired from the factory for 120 - volt operation . To change to 240 - volt operation for your table saw , proceed with the following instructions . It is also necessary to replace the 120 volt plug , supplied with the table saw , with a UL / CSA Listed plug ( not included ) suitable for 240 volts and the rated current of the motor . The table saw with a 240 volt plug should only be connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug . No adapter is available or should be used with the 240 volt plug . 32
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CHANGING THE SAW BLADE Figure 26A = 1 • Turn the power switch " OFF " and unplug the power cord from its power source when changing the saw blade . • USE ONLY 10 - in . diameter blades with 5 / 8 - in . arbor holes , rated at or higher than 3800 R . P . M . Figure 26 = 1 E B B 1 . To adjust front splitter bracket ( A ) , loosen the two hex socket head cap screws ( B ) . See Fig 26A - 1 . 1 . Remove blade guard and splitter . Figure 26A = 2 2 . Remove the table insert retaining bolt and remove the table insert . 3 . Unlock the raise / lower handwheel lock and raise saw blade to maximum height . 4 . Two wrenches are supplied with the table saw . Place one open - end wrench ( A ) on the flat of the \ saw arbor to keep it from turning . Place the closed - end wrench ( B ) on the arbor nut ( C ) . Turn the arbor nut wrench toward the front of saw to loosen it . \ Remove arbor nut , blade flange ( D ) and saw blade \ ( E ) . See figure 26 - 1 . \ \ . 5 . Assemble the new saw blade , make certain the teeth point down at the front of the saw table and assemble the blade flange and arbor nut . With \ both blade wrenches as previously mentioned , \ tighten arbor nut in the opposite direction from which it was loosened . 2 . Place a straight edge ( C ) along the left side of blade 6 . Replace table insert and tighten the table insert ( D ) and adjust the front splitter bracket to align the retaining bolt . splitter ( E ) with the blade . See figure 26A - 2 . 7 . Replace blade guard and splitter . 3 . Retighten the two hex socket head cap screws after the splitter has been aligned . ALIGNING SPLITTER BRACKET 4 . If necessary , adjust the rear splitter bracket ( F ) make certain that entire splitter is in line with the saw blade . See figure 26A - 2 . MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source . 5 . Recheck to make certain the splitter is still square to the saw table . If adjustments are necessary , see BLADE GUARD AND SPMTTER ASSEMBLY . 33
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MITER GAUGE OPERATION 7 . Push in plunger and make adjustments to stop screw ( G ) so that it touches the plunger and tighten AND ADJUSTMENT lock nut . See figure 27 - 2 . 8 . Recheck the positive stop angle to the saw blade . MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from Insert the guide bar into the miter gauge groove and slide the miter gauge up to the saw blade . the power source when making adjustments . 9 . To check , place a square against the saw blade Figure 27 = 1 and miter gauge body . If any more adjustments are need repeat steps above . 10 . To set both 45 - degree positive stops , repeat steps above . CLAMP AND FENCE STOP OPERATION C E MAKE CERTAIN the table saw is disconnected from the power source when making adjustments . 1 . The miter gauge has adjustable positive stops at Figure 28 = 1 O - degree and plus or minus 45 - degrees or it can be E manually set at any angle between plus or minus 60 - degrees . 2 . To rotate miter gauge body ( A ) , loosen knob ( B ) and pull out plunger ( C ) and rotate miter gauge body to B C desired angle and tighten knob . See figure 27 - 1 . \ 3 . To rotate to the next positive stop pull plunger out , rotate miter gauge body then push plunger back in and continue rotating miter gauge body until it stops against next positive stop . 4 . To adjust O - degree positive stops , loosen knob , pull out on plunger and turn miter gauge over . Figure 27 = 2 D G D 1 . The stock clamp ( A ) can be positioned in and out by loosening the two knobs ( B ) and sliding the clamp body in or out . Retighten knobs when at desired position . See figure 28 - 1 . 2 . The stock clamp has a quick release allowing you to quickly position the clamp up or down . To engage quick release press up on trigger ( C ) and hold . The clamping pad ( D ) will fall or it can be lifted . To release let go of the trigger . Now you can turn knob ( E ) to apply clamping pressure . See figure 28 - 1 . 3 . The fence stop ( F ) can be reposition along the fence by loosening the hex socket head screw ( G ) . 5 , Loosen the lock nut ( D ) 3 or 4 turns . See figure 27 - 2 . Slide the fence stop to desired position and tighten hex socket head screw . If the fence stop is not 6 . Place a square against the guide bar ( E ) and front needed , it can be stored out of the way on the of the miter gauge body ( F ) . Square the miter backside of the fence . See figure 28 - 1 . gauge body to the guide bar and tighten knob . See figure 27 - 1 . 34
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CROSS CUTTING Figure 29 = 2 Crosscutting requires the use of the miter gauge ( A ) to position and guide the workpiece ( B ) . See figure 24 - 1 . The use of non - Craftsman attachments and acces - sories may result in risk of injury or damage to the table saw . Figure 29 = 1 D A AUXILIARY FENCE For added safety and convenience , the miter gauge can be fitted with an auxiliary fence ( E ) if not already sup - plied with one . If the auxiliary fence is not provided with your saw , one can be purchased as an accessory or one can be made from a dimensional piece of hard - wood . This auxiliary fence can be fastened to the front of the miter gauge by using two screws ( not included ) through the slots ( not shown ) in the miter gauge body . See figure 29 - 2 . Figure 29 = 3 TO CROSSCUT : 1 . Place the workpiece against the miter gauge and advance both the miter gauge and workpiece . K / toward the saw blade ( C ) . See figure 29 - 1 . Note : The miter gauge may be used in either one of the miter gauge grooves . When bevel cutting ( blade tilted ) , use the right hand miter gauge groove so that the Made tilts away from the miter gauge and your hands . 2 . Start the cut slowly and hold the workpiece firmly against the miter gauge and the table . To avoid serious injury , NEVER hang onto or touch the part of the workpiece that is going to be cut off ( D ) . CUT - OFF GAUGE 3 . Continue cutting until the workpiece is cut in two . 1 . When cross - cutting a number of pieces to the same length , clamp a block ( F ) of wood to the fence ( J ) to 4 . Slide the miter gauge and workpiece back to the use as a cut - off gauge . It is important that this block starting point . of wood always be positioned in front of the saw NOTE : Before sliding the workpiece back , give the blade . See figure 29 - 3 . workpiece a little sideways shift to move it slightly away from the saw blade . CAUTION When using the block as a cut - off gauge , it is very important that the rear end of the block be positioned so the workpiece is clear of the block before it enters NEVER pick up any short cut off scrap pieces from the the blade . table while the saw is running . Wait until the saw blade has come to a complete stop . Never use the fence as a cut - off gauge when crossuctting . 35
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and make solid contact with the saw table . The blade Whencross - cuttinagnumbeor f piecestothesamece length , a blockofwoodcanbeclampedtothefen guard ( B ) and splitter assembly ( C ) must be used . The andusedasa cut - ofgf augeasshown . Itis important splitter has anti - kickback fingers ( D ) to prevent the thatthisblockof woodalwaysbepositionedinfrontof workpiece from kicking back , and the splitter assembly thesawbladeasshownO . ncethecut - offlengthis to prevent the wood kerf from closing and binding on the blade . See figure 30 - 1 . determineds , ecurethefenceandusethemitergauge tofeedtheworkintotheblade . Thisblockof wood 1 . With the workpiece clear of the saw blade , start the allowsthecut - offpieceto nsmovefreelyalongthetableawd motor . surfacewithoutbindingbetweenthefenceandthecka table , therebylesseningthepossibilitoyf kickba 2 . Place the workpiece on the saw table with the injurytotheoperator . straight edge against the fence . 3 . Advance the workpiece slowly , holding it down and Note : Thisblockallowsthecut - ofsf crappiecetomove against the fence , then into the saw blade . freelyalongthetablesurfacewithoutbindingbetweenbil - thefenceandtheblade , therebylesseningthepossi Note : The workpiece can be fed through the saw blade ityofkickbackandinjuryto theoperator . with one or two hands depending on the size . 2 , Once the cut - off length is determined , lock the 4 . After the workpiece is beyond the saw blade and fence and slide the workpiece across the table anti - kickback fingers , you can remove your hand surface until it contacts the block . Use the miter from the workpiece . When this is done , the work - gauge ( K ) to feed the workpiece into the blade . piece will either stay on the table , tilt up slightly and be caught by the rear end of the guard , or slide off the table to the floor . Alternately , the feed can con - tinue to the end of the table , after which the work - To avoid kickback when using the block ( F ) as a cut - off piece is lifted and brought back along the outside gauge , it is very important that the rear end of the block edge of the fence . ( G ) be positioned so the workpiece ( H ) is clear of the 5 . The cut - off part of the workpiece remains on the block before it enters the blade ( I ) . Never use the fence table and is not touched until the saw blade has ( J ) as a cut - off gauge when crosscutting . See come to a complete stop . figure 29 - 3 . CAUTION RIPPING When ripping a workpiece longer than three feet , it is . NEVER stand in the line of the saw blade path when recommended that the workpiece be supported at the ripping . rear of the table saw to keep it from falling . A roller stand can be purchased to support long workpieces to • ALWAYS keep hands and fingers away from the saw the rear of a table saw . blade . CAUTION If the workpiece is to be cut less than 4 - inches wide , a push stick ( E ) or guide should always be used to keep Figure 30 = 1 your hands away from the saw blade . See figure 30 - 2 . Figure 30 = 2 A \ C Ripping is the operation of making a cut with the grain of the workpiece ; the rip fence ( A ) is used to position An accessory Craftsman Fence Guide can be purchased and guide the workpiece . Since the workpiece is to assist when making narrow cuts . See " ACCESSOR - IES AND ATTACHMENTS " section in this manual . pushed along the fence , it must have a straight edge 36
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DADO BLADE SET Dado blades and chippers have a set to their teeth . The teeth of the dado blades and chippers must be arranged so that the set of each tooth overlaps the next tooth . The set of the dado blade ( C ) and chipper ( D ) The blade guard and splitter assembly cannot be used overlap as shown in Figure 31 - 3 . A shim ( E ) can be when dadoing or molding and must be swung to the used as needed to control the exact width of a dado . rear of the saw . Blade guard must be reassembled See figures 31 - 2 and 31 - 3 . when finished dadoing or molding . Figure 31 = 3 Figure 31 = 1 B . . . . - D / © When the dado blade width is 13 / 16 - inch , the outside arbor flange ( F ) cannot be used . Only the arbor nut ( G ) should be used ; tighten the arbor nut against the dado A blade body . Do not lose the outside arbor flange , for it will be needed when reattaching a blade to the saw Dadoing is cutting a non - through cut that produces a arbor . Also , an accessory dado blade table insert ( H ) square notch into the workpiece . Most dado blade sets ( not included ) must be used in place of the standard ( not included ) are made up of two outside dado blades table insert . See figure 31 - 4 . ( A ) and four or five inside chippers ( B ) . Shims ( E ) can be placed between blades and chippers to slightly vary Figure 31 = 4 the width of a dado . No more than two shims should be placed together between one set of blades or chippers . Shims can be made of heavy paper , brass or metal . Various combinations of the dado blades and chippers are used to cut grooves from 1 / 8 " to 13 / 16 " for use in shelving , making joints , tenons , grooving , etc . See figures 31 - 1,31 - 2 , and 31 - 3 . Figure 31 = 2 C H o ( NOT INCLUDED ) The blade guard and splitter assembly cannot be used when dadoing and must be swung to the rear of the saw . 37
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Figure 31 = 5 • The blade guard and splitter assembly cannot be used when dadoing or molding and must be swung to the rear of the saw . Blade guard must be reassem - bled when finished . Figure 32 = 2 \ o \ Figure 31 - 5 , shows a typical dado operation using the miter gauge . • Never use the dado head in a bevel position . • Always install blade guard and splitter assembly after dado operation is completed . Figure 32 - 2 shows the molding cutterhead is assembled MOLDING HEAD CUTTER to the saw arbor as shown . Molding is cutting a shape on the edge or face of the If the outside arbor flange ( D ) cannot be used with the workpiece . Cutting moldings with a molding cutterhead molding cutterhead , tighten the arbor nut ( E ) against ( not included ) on the circular saw is a fast , safe and the cutterhead body . Do not lose the outside arbor clean operation . The many different knife shapes avail - flange , for it will be needed when reattaching a blade to able make it possible for the operator to produce almost the saw arbor . Also , an accessory molding cutterhead any kind of molding , such as various styles of corner table insert ( F ) ( not included ) must be used in place of moulds , picture frames , table edges , etc . the standard table insert . See figure 32 - 2 . Figure 32 = 1 Figure 32 = 3 B G C The molding head consists of a cutterhead ( A ) in which It is necessary when using the molding cutterhead to you can mount various shapes of steel knives ( B ) . add a wood facing ( G ) to the face of the rip fence ( H ) . Each of the three knives in a set is fitted into a groove The wood facing is attached to the fence with fasteners . in the cutterhead and securely clamped with a screw . A 3 / 4 - inch facing is suitable for most work although The knife grooves ( C ) should be kept free of sawdust , an occasional job may require 1 - inch facing . See which would prevent the cutter from seating properly . figure 32 - 3 . See figure 32 - 1 . 38
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CAUTION Positionthewoodfacingoverthecutterheadwiththe cutterheabdelowthesurfaceofthetable . Turnthesaw When molding end grain , the miter gauge must be onandraisethecutterheadslowly . Thecutterheadwill used . The feed should be slowed up at the end of cutitsowngrooveinthewoodfacing . the cut to prevent splintering In all cuts , pay attention to the grain , making the cuts in the same direction as the grain whenever possible . • Neverusemoldingcutterheaidna bevelposition . Neverruntheworkpiecebetweenthefenceandthe moldingcutterheaadsirregulasr hapedwoodwill causekickback . BACKLASH ADJUSTMENTS FOR PROTECTING CAST IRON TABLE BLADE RAISING / LOWERING AND FROM RUST BLADE TiLTiNG ASSEMBLIES If any play is detected in the blade raising / lowering or MAKE CERTAIN to turn the power " OFF " and unplug blade tilting assemblies , the following adjustments the power cord from its power source . should be made . The environment and frequency of human contact can have a very detrimental impact on unpainted cast iron surfaces . Moisture , humidity and oils ( from human Turn the power switch " OFF " and unplug the power hands ! ) can cause the unpainted cast iron surfaces to cord from its power source when making adjustments . mar or rust , so it is important to conduct routine mainte - nance to keep your table saw looking new . Cleaning NOTE : In the illustration below , the table saw has been and waxing the cast iron surfaces on a regular mainte - turned upside down and the blade removed for clarity . nance schedule is recommended as follows : To clean and maintain the unpainted cast iron sur - faces : Figure 33 = 1 Apply a heavy coat of WD - 40 onto the unpainted cast c iron surface . Use a fine steel wool pad to buff the unpainted cast iron . Make sure to buff in a " front to rear " direction only . A side - to - side buffing motion will show in the finely ground cast iron as a flaw , defect or scratches . Reapply WD - 40 and buff the unpainted cast iron sur - faces until the stains or rust is removed . Make sure you use the same front - to - rear buffing direction to avoid scratching or marring the cast iron surface . After all stains and / or rust have been removed , clean all oil and dirt from the table saw using a soft cloth or rag . B A Lastly , you need to apply a good automotive paste 1 , wax to all unpainted cast iron surfaces . This will help To adjust the blade raising / lowering assembly , to protect the saw from rusting from further contact loosen lock - nut ( A ) and turn the eccentric sleeve with moisture or oily hands . ( B ) until all play is removed in the assembly , then tighten lock - nut . See figure 33 - 1 2 , To adjust the blade tilting assembly , loosen lock - nut ( C ) and turn the eccentric ( D ) until all play is removed in the assembly , then tighten the lock - nut . See figure 33 - 1 . 39
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LUBRiCATiON The table saw has sealed lubricated bearings in the Only trained personnel should perform repairs to the motor housing that do not require any additional lubrica - table saw . Contact your nearest Sears Service Center tion from the operator . for authorized service . Unauthorized repairs or replace - ment with non - factory parts could cause serious injury CLEANING to the operator and damage to the table saw . With the table saw unplugged , blow off motor with low - pressure air to remove dust or dirt . Air pressure above 50 R S . I . should not be used as high - pressured air may damage insulation . The operator should always wear eye protection when using compressed air . Do not allow chips and dust to accumulate under table saw . Keep area clean and in safe order . CAUTION : DO NOT USE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS to clean table saw . 40
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TOPREVENTINJURYTOYOURSELF or damage to the table saw , turn the power switch to the " OFF " position and unplug the power cord from the electrical receptacle before making any adjustments . PROBLEM LIKELY CAUSE ( S ) SOLUTION Motor does not 1 , 1 , Switch not pressed in far enough or switch Depress switch in 1 / 2 inch or make sure switch is in the start : in the " OFF " position . " ON " position . 2 . Defective switch . 2 . Have switch replaced . 3 . Defective capacitor . 3 . Have capacitor replaced . 4 . Low line voltage . 4 . Correct low line voltage condition . If saw is plugged into an extension cord , plug saw directly into wall outlet . 5 . Defective motor . 5 . Have motor replaced . NOTE : 3 and 4 must be done by a qualified service technician . 1 . Circuit overload . Motor stalls , 1 . Reduce circuit load ( turn off other appliances ) thermal - overload 2 . Low line voltage . 2 . Correct low line voltage condition . Check line voltage with a trips or circuit multi - meter . If saw is plugged into an extension cord , breakers open unplug saw from extension cord and plug saw directly to frequently : wall outlet . 3 . Motor overload . 3 . Reduce load on motor , slow down feed rate of workpiece being pushed into blade . 4 . Incorrect fuses on circuit breakers . 4 . Have correct fuses on circuit breakers installed by a quali - fied electrician . 5 . Short circuit in motor ; loose connections or 5 . Inspect terminals in motor for damaged insulation and worn insulation on lead wires . shorted wires and have them replaced . Check all power lead connections . Motor starts 1 . Low line voltage . 1 . Correct low line voltage condition . Check line voltage with a slowly or fails to multi - meter . If saw is plugged into an extension cord , come to full speed : unplug saw from extension cord and plug saw directly to wall outlet . 2 . Defective motor windings . 2 . Have motor replaced . 3 . Defective capacitor . 3 . Have capacitor replaced 1 . Restricted air circulation due to dust 1 . Clean dust and restore normal air circulation around motor . Motor running too hot : accumulation . 2 . Reduce load on motor . 2 . Motor overload . Handwheels are hard 1 . Handwheel Lock Knob has not been loosened . 1 . Loosen Handwheel Lock Knob . to turn : 2 . Dust accumulation on tilting or beveling gears 2 . Clean off tilt and bevel gear assemblies . inside of cabinet . Miter gauge does not 1 . Miter gauge groove and miter gauge bar are 1 . Clean miter gauge groove and bar . move smoothly : dirty . 2 . Adjust set - screws in miter gauge bar . 2 . Set - screws in miter gauge bar are out of adjustment . 1 . Blade is dull . Workpiece binds , 1 . Sharpen or replace blade . burns or stalls motor 2 . Board is warped or twisted . 2 . Replace board . when ripping : 3 . Rip fence is not parallel to blade . 3 . See " Fence Alignment " in Operation and Adjustment Section . Saw blade does not 1 . Blade is dull . 1 . Sharpen or replace blade . cut true at 90 or 45 2 . Indicator arrow is not properly adjusted . 2 . Adjust bevel indicator arrow . degrees : 3 . Positive stops are not set properly . 3 . Adjust 90 and 45 - degree positive stops . Rip fence does not 1 . Rip fence is not mounted properly . 1 . See " Fence Alignment " in Operation and Adjustment Section . move smoothly : 2 . Rails are dirty or sticky . 2 . Clean and apply paste wax to rails . Saw vibrates 1 . Blade is warped . 1 . Replace blade . excessively : 2 . Drive belt is damaged . 2 . Replace drive belt . 3 . Reposition saw on a flat surface . Adjust leveling feet , if 3 . Work surface is uneven . supplied with saw . 4 . Saw is not mounted securely . 4 . Tighten all hardware . 41
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1O - INT . ABLESAW MODEL NO . 152.221140 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 a qualified service technician does repairs . Repair service is available at your nearest Sears Service Center . Always order by PART NUMBER , not by key number . * AVAILABLE AT MOST RETAIL STORES Key No . PART No . Description Qty . Key No . PART No . Description Qty . Ref No . Part No . DESCRIPTION GTY 111 STD851004 FLAT WASHER M4 1 N / A OR91551 OWNER'S MANUAL - # 22114 10 " Table Saw 1 112 OR91774 PAN HEAD SCREW M4 x 10ram 1 113 OR91075 CLAMP PAD 1 N / A OR91710 BLADE GUARD ASSEMBLY , ( NOT SHOWN ) CONSISTS OF REF # : 1,2 , 3 , 3a , 3b 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 16 , 24 & 25 N / A 114 OR91076 MITER GAGE BODY 1 N / A OR91711 SPLITTER BRACKET ASSEMBLY , ( NOT SHOWN ) 1 115 OR91077 SPECIAL WASHER , T - SLOT CONSISTS OF REF # : 9 , 9a , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13,14 , 15 & 17 N / A 116 OR91074 SPECIAL SCREW 1 1 OR91785 PUSH NUT ( CHROME ) 117 OR91118 SQUARE NUT M6 2 2 OR91781 PIN 118 OR91078 CROSS CUT FENCE 1 3 OR91627 " SEE THRU " BLADE GUARD 119 OR91079 GUIDE BAR 1 3A OR91574 WARNING LABEL 120 OR91763 HEX SOCKET SET SCREW M4 x 16ram 4 3B OR91575 WARNING LABEL PICTORAL 121 OR91783 PIN 1 / 4 " x 3 / 4 " 1 4 OR91782 PIN 122 OR91774 PAN HEAD SCREW M4 x 10ram 2 5 OR91008 GUARD BRACKET 123 OR91080 PLUNGER 1 6 OR91834 PUSH NUT ( BLACK ) 124 OR91081 PLUNGER BLOCK 1 7 OR91745 GUARD SPRING 125 OR91082 CURSOR 1 8 OR91631 SPLITTER MOUNTING ROD 126 OR91775 PAN HEAD SCREW M4 x 16ram 1 9 OR91812 HEX SOCKET HEAD SCREW M6 x 22ram 127 OR91776 PAN HEAD SCREW M4 x 20ram 3 9A STD852066 LOCK WASHER M6 127A STD840407 HEX NUT M4 3 10 OR91011 SPLITTER REAR MOUNT LOWER 128 OR91766 HEX SOCKET HEAD SCREW M5 x 20mm 2 11 OR91051 SPLITTER MOUNT SQUARE NUT 2 129 OR91823 SPECIAL FLAT WASHER ( ID : 5.3 , OD : 12 , T : 1.2 ) 12 OR91012 SPLITTER REAR MOUNT UPPER 130 OR91573 MITER SCALE 13 OR91820 SPECIAL FLAT WASHER ( ID : 6.4mm , OD : 18mm , T : 1.6mm ) 131 OR91084 SPECIAL WASHER , MITER HANDLE 14 STD852606 LOCK WASHER M6 132 OR91085 MITER GAUGE KNOB 15 OR91758 HEX SOCKET HEAD SCREW M6 x 16ram 133 OR91086 ELEVATING ROD 16 OR91015 SPLITTER 134 OR91756 HEX SOCKET HEAD SCREW M5 x 2Omm 17 OR91048 SPLITTER KNOB 134A OR91823 SPECIAL FLAT WASHER ( ID : 5.3 , OD : 12 , T : 1.2 ) 18 OR91760 HEX SOCKET HEAD SCREW M6 x 6ram 135 OR91087 DEPTH STOP 19 OR91820 SPECIAL FLAT WASHER ( ID : 6.4mm , OD : 18mm , ] _ 1.6ram ) 136 OR91118 SQUARE NUT M5 20 OR91758 HEX SOCKET HEAD SCREW M6 x 16ram 200 OR91767 JAM NUT 5 / 8 - 18 - LH 21 OR91610 SPLITTER FRONT MOUNT 201 OR91020 ARBOR PULLEY 21A OR91791 SPRING PIN 3ram x 10ram 202 OR91824 KEY 5ram x 5ram x 15ram 22 OR91613 SPLITTER SPRING CLIP 203 OR91734 BEARING CLOSURE NUT 23 OR91753 SPECIAL HEX NUT M12 263A OR91732 ARBOR SPACER 24 OR91795 SPRING PIN 4ram x 22ram 264 OR91733 BALL BEARING < 6203 LLB > 25 OR91009 ANTI - KICKBACK FINGER 205 OR91004 ELEVATING BRACKET 30 OR91789 SET SCREW 1 / 4 - 28 x 3 / 8 " , NYLOCK 266 OR91024 ARBOR SLEEVE 31 OR91014 TABLE INSERT - STANDARD 267 OR91801 WAVE WASHER < BWW 6203 > 32 OR91652 TABLE INSERT RETAINING BOLT 208 OR91733 BALL BEARING < 6203 LLB > 33 OR91815 TABLE 209 OR91022 ARBOR SHAFT 34 OR91821 HEX SOCKET SET SCREW M8 x 20ram 210A OR91720 10 " BLADE , 40 TOOTH , A . T . B . , 5 / 6 " BORE 35 OR91621 ALIGN - A - CUT INSERT 211 OR91026 BLADE FLANGE 36 STD851008 FLAT WASHER M8 212 OR91050 BLADE HEX NUT - RH 37 STD852008 LOCK WASHER M8 213 STD836045 HEX HEAD SCREW M16x1 . 5 x 45mm 2 38 STD835030 HEX HEAD SCREW M8x1 . 25 x 30mm 214 STD851010 FLAT WASHER M10 2 39B OR91093 EXTENSION WING 10 " CAST IRON 215 OR91003 REAR BRACKET 1 40 OR91817 SPECIAL FLAT WASHER 216 STD851010 FLAT WASHER M1O 2 41 STD852008 LOCK WASHER M8 217 STD852010 LOCK WASHER M1O 2 42 STD835025 HEX HEAD SCREW M8x1 . 25 x 25mm 218 STD841015 HEX NUT M1Oxl . 5 2 60 OR91046 SWITCH PADDLE 1 220 OR91721 BELT ( 28 " 6Rib Jsection PolyV ) + E142 60A OR90375 PADLOCK AND KEY 221 OR90253 HEX SOCKET SET SCREW M5 x 12mm 1 61A OR91712 SWITCH ASSEMBLY 222 OR91023 MOTOR PULLEY 1 63A OR91579 SWITCH RESET LABEL 223 OR91770 KEY 5mm x 5mm x 36mm 1 65 OR91822 SQUARE NUT M6 ( 11ram Square ) 224B OR91722 MOTOR ASSEMBLY 1.5 HP 1 67 STD833012 HEX HEAD SCREW M6 x 12ram 224C OR91723 START CAPACITOR 1 100 OR91065 CLAMP KNOB 224D OR91724 RUN CAPACITOR 1 101 OR91666 CLAMP BODY 225B OR91576 MOTOR SPEC PLATE 1.5 HP 1 102 OR91067 UPPER BUSHING 225C OR91678 MOTOR WIRING DIAGRAM LABEL 1 103 OR91068 ELEVATING KNOB 226 STD835030 HEX HEAD SCREW M8x1 . 26 x 30mm 4 104 OR91796 SPRING PIN 4ram x 25ram 226A STD851008 FLAT WASHER M8 4 106 OR91069 QUICK RELEASE SPRING 227 STD851008 FLAT WASHER M8 4 106 OR91070 QUICK RELEASE BRACKET 228 OR91001 MOTOR BRACKET 1 107 OR91797 SPRING PIN 6ram x 25ram 229 STD852008 LOCK WASHER M8 4 108 OR91071 LOWER BUSHING 230 STD840812 HEX NUT M8xl . 25 4 109 OR91072 ELEVATING ROD 231 OR91825 SPRING PIN 8ram x 35ram 1 110 OR91673 CLAMP FOOT 232 OR91771 LOCK NUT 1 / 2 - 13UNC 3 42
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104N . TABLE SAW MODEL NO . 152.221140 Key No . PART No . Description Qty . Key No . PART No . Description Qty . 233 OR91784 PLATE WASHER 416A OR91806 HEX BUTTON HEAD CAP SCREW M8x1 . 25 x 25ram 4 234 OR91802 WAVE WASHER 416B STD840812 HEX NUT M8x1 . 25 2 235 OR91054 MOTOR MOUNT STUD 416C STD852008 LOCK WASHER M8 2 236 OR91056 MOTOR SPRING 416D STD851008 FLAT WASHER M8 4 237 OR91057 STUD 416E OR91164 REAR RAIL 2 240 OR91790 SHAFT 416F OR91809 HEX BUTTON HEAD CAP SCREW M8 x 1.25 x 35ram 2 241 OR91757 416G STD852008 LOCK WASHER M8 4 HEX SOCKET HEAD SCREW M5 x 20ram , NYL © K 243 OR91116 ELEVATING SHAFT ASSEMBLY 416H STD851008 FLAT WASHER M8 4 244 OR91793 SPRING PIN 3ram x 20ram 417 OR91828 PAN HEAD SELF TAP SCREW M4 x 16ram 4 245 STD541231 , JAM NUT 5 / 8 - 18 418 OR91194 END CAP , RIGHT HAND 1 248 OR91803 TRUNNION ASSEMBLY 419 OR91705 FRONT RAIL WITH SCALE , RIGHT HAND ( 25 " ) ASSEMBLY 1 249 OR91800 WAVE WASHER E188 419A OR91813 SQUARE HEAD SCREW M8 x 35ram 4 251 OR91028 RAISE / LOWER SLEEVE 419B STD840812 HEX NUT M8xl . 26 4 252 OR91029 RAISE / LOWER SPACER 419C STD852008 LOCK WASHER M8 4 253 OR91019 POINTER 419D STD851008 FLAT WASHER M8 4 254 OR90659 FLAT WASHER M6 420 OR91706 FRONT RAIL WITH SCALE , LEFT HAND ( 24 " ) ASSEMBLY 1 255 OR91826 CHEESE HEAD SCREW M6 x 16mm 420A OR91569 SCALE , RIGHT HAND - 25 - inch 1 N / A OR91864 420B OR91568 HANDWHEEL ASSEMBLY , ( NOT SHOWN ) SCALE , LEFT HAND - 24 - inch 1 N / A CONSISTS OF : 256 , 256A , 256B & 256C 421 OR91185 MICRO - ADJUST SHAFT OVERM © LD ASSEMBLY 1 256 OR91645 HANDWHEEL 422 OR91764 HEX SOCKET SET SCREW M5 x 10mm 1 256A OR91641 ELEVATING KNOB ASSEMBLY 423 OR91773 MICRO - ADJUST SPRING 1 256B OR91038 KNOB BOLT 424 OR91187 MICRO - ADJUST KNOB ASSEMBLY 1 256C OR91044 KNOB END CAP 425 OR91829 FLAT HEAD SCREW M4 X 10mm 1 258 OR91046 HANDWHEEL LOCK KNOB 426 OR91196 HANDLE PIVOT SHAFT 1 N / A OR91117 TILT SHAFT ASSEMBLY , ( NOT SHOWN ) 427 OR91736 CLAMP CAM 1 N / A CONSISTS OF : 259 , 260 , 261 & 261A 428 OR91191 FENCE KNOB ASSEMBLY 1 261 OR91117 TILT SHAFT ASSEMBLY 1 43O OR91812 HEX SOCKET HEAD SCREW M6 x 22mm 2 261A OR91793 SPRING PIN 3ram x 2Omm 1 431 STD852006 LOCK WASHER M6 2 262 OR91738 ECCENTRIC 1 432 OR91830 SPECIAL FLAT WASHER ( ID : 6.4 , OD : 18 , T : 1.6 ) 2 263 OR91606 FRONT BRACKET 1 433 OR91739 E - RING # 8 2 264 STD851010 FLAT WASHER M1O 2 434 OR91189 BRACKET 1 265 STD836045 HEX HEAD SCREW M1Ox1 . 5 x 45ram 2 435 OR91188 TENSION CLIP 1 266 OR91018 TILT COLLAR 1 436 STD852006 LOCK WASHER M6 1 266A OR91740 FIBER WASHER 3 / 8 " 1 437 OR91755 HEX SOCKET BUTTON HEAD SCREW M6 x 12mm 1 266B OR91137 COLLAR 1 438 OR91731 SPECIAL SCREW M8 x 26mm 2 266C OR91762 HEX SOCKET SET SCREW 1 / 4 - 20 X 1 / 4 " 2 439 OR91183 HEAD CASTING 1 267 OR91816 HEX SOCKET SET SCREW M6 x 8ram 1 439A OR91571 DEBRIS WARNING LABEL 1 268 STD840508 HEX NUT M5 2 439B OR91572 LIFTING WARNING LABEL 1 268A OR91827 2 SPECIAL FLAT WASHER ( ID : 5.3 , © D : 18 , T : 3 ) 44O OR91730 SPECIAL PLASTIC SET SCREW M8 x 16ram 2 269 OR91617 TILT BRACKET 1 441 OR91192 END CAP , LEFT HAND " 1 270 OR91786 ROUND HEAD SCREW M5 x 25ram 2 444 OR91138 ALIGNMENT BAR 2 N / A OR91804 HANDWHEEL ASSEMBLY , ( NOT SHOWN ) 445 OR90239 HEX SOCKET SET SCREW M6 X 6ram 8 N / A CONSISTS OF : 271,271A , 271B & 271C 446 OR91748 HEX HEAD SCREW M6 X 22ram 2 271 OR91045 HANDWHEEL 447 OR91831 INTERNAL TOOTH LOCK WASHER M6 2 271A OR91041 TILTING KNOB ASSY 448 STD851006 FLAT WASHER M6 2 271B OR91638 KNOB BOLT 449 OR91136 GLIDE PAD 2 271C OR91644 KNOB END CAP 450 STD840610 HEX NUT M6 2 273 OR91646 HANDWHEEL LOCK KNOB 561 OR91200 CABINET ASSY WELDMENT 1 274 OR91768 JAM NUT 9 / 16 - 18 561A OR91562 SPEC TAG 1 275 STD851010 FLAT WASHER M1O 561B OR91565 BEVEL SCALE 1 276 STD852010 LOCK WASHER M10 501C OR91560 NAMEPLATE 1 277 STD841015 HEX NUT M10xl . 5 501D OR91566 BLADE ELEVATION AND TILT LABEL 1 280 OR91726 BOX END WRENCH 502 OR91103 HINGE ASSEMBLY 1 281 OR91727 OPEN END WRENCH 502A STD840508 HEX NUT M5 4 282 OR90289 2 . Smm ALLEN WRENCH 502B STD851005 FLAT WASHER M5 4 283 OR90290 3ram ALLEN WRENCH 568 OR91787 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 " 3 284 OR90291 4ram ALLEN WRENCH 564 OR91123 MOTOR COVER 1 285 OR91728 5ram ALLEN WRENCH 564A OR91564 WARNING LABEL 1 286 OR91729 6ram ALLEN WRENCH 565 OR91777 PAN HEAD SCREW M5 X 15ram 4 287 OR91808 1 / 8 " ALLEN WRENCH 506 OR91058 LATCH BLACK SWELL ASSEMBLY 2 290 OR91814 CABLE CLAMP 527 OR91134 WRENCH HOOK 1 291 OR91787 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 " 528 OR91135 FENCE HOOK 2 401 OR91166 CLAMP KNOB 529 OR91832 TRIANGLE TAP SCREW M4 x 8ram 6 402 OR91165 AUXILIARY FENCE 529A OR91832 TRIANGLE TAP SCREW M4 x 8ram 2 403 OR91167 SQUARE NUT 1 / 4 - 20 530 OR91177 LEG ASSEMBLY WELDMENT 2 N / A OR91714 FENCE ASSEMBLY ( NOT SHOWN ) 531 OR91174 RUBBER FOOT PAD 4 CONSISTS OF : 404 , 405,406,406A , 407,408,409 , 410 , 532 OR91787 ROUND HEAD TAP SCREW 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 8 " 4 411,412 , 413,414 , 422,426,427,428,430 , 431,432 , 533 OR91128 DUST PORT 1 433 , 434,435 , 436,437,438,439,439A , 439B , 440 , 446 , 447,448 , 449 & 450 N / A 534 STD840812 HEX NUT M8x1 . 25 8 404 OR91828 PAN HEAD SELF TAP SCREW M4 x 16ram 2 535 STD852008 LOCK WASHER M8 8 405 OR91168 FENCE TOP 1 536 STD851008 FLAT WASHER M8 8 405A OR91570 1 538 OR91173 DUST CHUTE WELDMENT 1 CRAFTSMAN LABEL , VERTICLE 406 OR91169 FENCE END CAP 1 539 OR91179 TIE BAR 2 406A OR91764 HEX SOCKET SET SCREW M5 x 10ram 1 540 OR91181 CARRIAGE HEAD SCREW 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 8 " 8 406B OR91828 PAN HEAD SELF TAP SCREW M4 x 16ram 2 541 STD551031 FLAT WASHER 5 / 16 " 8 407 OR91199 FENCE HOLD DOWN 1 542 STD551131 LOCK WASHER 5 / 16 " 8 408 OR91197 PIVOT PIN 1 543 STD541031 HEX NUT 5 / 16 " - 18 8 409 OR91198 PIVOT BUSHING 2 544 STD835025 HEX HEAD SCREW M8xl . 25 x 25ram 8 410 OR91162 FENCE EXTRUSION 1 545 STD851008 FLAT WASHER M8 8 411 OR91761 HEX SOCKET HEAD SCREW M8x1 . 25 x 25ram 2 546 STD835025 HEX HEAD SCREW M8xl . 25 x 25ram 4 411A OR90311 FLAT WASHER M8 2 547 STD852008 LOCK WASHER M8 4 412 OR91778 PAN HEAD SCREW M5 x 16ram 4 413 OR90462 FLAT WASHER M5 4 414 OR91182 CURSOR 2 415 OR91195 REAR RAIL CONNECTOR 1 43
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anuai dei Proprietario CRRFr MRH 1.5 caballos de fuerza ( servicio continuo ) 2 caballos de fuerza ( ma × imo desarrollado ) 3450 R . P . M . ( R . P . M . sin carga ) de 1 puig . No . de Modelo 152.221140 f Linea de Ayuda al Cliente PRECAUCION : 1 - 800 - 897 - 7709 PARA SU SEGURIDAD PERSONAL : Lea y obedezca todas las Instrucciones Sirvase toner listo su de Seguridad y Funcionamiento antes No . de Modelo y No . de Serie . de accionar esta Sierra de Mesa . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . No . de Modelo OR91551 Revisado : REV . D 49
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SECCION P . _ GINA Garantfa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Especificaciones del producto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 GIosario de terminos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Instruccienes de seguridad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Directrices para las extensiones electricas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Instrucciones de conexi6n a tierra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Instrucciones especificas de seguridad para las sierras de mesa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Accesorios y aditamentos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Contenido de la caja . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Conozca su sierra de mesa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Instrucciones de montaje . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Operaciones y ajustes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Mantenimiento . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Gu [ a de Iocalizaci6n de aveffas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Informaci6n de servicio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 GARANT [ A COMPLETA DE UN ANO Si este producto Ilegara a fallar debido a defectos materiales o de elaboraci6n dentro de un are desde la fecha de compra , devuelvalo a su Centre de Servicio Sears mas cercano para repararlo sin costo alguno . Si se hace uso de este producto para fines comerciales o de alquiler , esta garantfa se aplica s61o per espacio de 90 d [ as desde la fecha de compra . Esta garantfa le concede derechos legales especfficos , y tambien podr _ tener otros derechos que variaran de un estado a otro . Sears Roebuck and Co . , Dept . 817 WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 Sierra de Mesa de 10 pulg . Mesa frente a la hoja a la profundidad mb , xima de corte 12 - 1 / 2 pulg . Inducci6n Tipo de motor Ancho maximo de la fresa HP de servicio continuo 1.5 rotativa de ranurar 13 / 16 pulg . HP mb , ximo desarrollado 2 Diametro maximo de hoja de 15 / 7.5 Amperios la fresa rotativa de ranurar 8 pulg . Voltios 120 / 240 Ala de mesa izquierda Hertz 6O y derecha 10 pulg . , hierro fundido RPM 3450 R . RM . ( R . P . M . sin carga ) Peso de la sierra de mesa 350 Ibs . Inclinaci6n de la hoja Inclinaci6n izquierda Marcha de la hoja Correa Poly - V Diametro de la hoja 10 pulg . Haga use de la protecci6n de circuitos correcta para evitar los Eje de la hoja 5 / 8 pulg . cheques electricos a si mismo y el dare a la Sierra de Mesa . N0mero de dientes 4O No la exponga a la Iluvia ni haga uso de ella en entornos 3450 R . RM . Velocidad de la hoja h0medos . Tipo de guia Gufa y rieles de enclavamiento frontal de aluminio extruido La Sierra de Mesa viene cableada de fabrica para el fun - Profundidad maxima de cionamiento a 120 V , 60 Hz . Conectar a un circuito ramal de corte a 90 grados 3 - 3 / 8 pulg . 120 V , 15 amperios y utilice un fusible o disyuntor de circuitos de retardaci6n de tiempo de 15 amperios . El circuito electrico Profundidad maxima de no podrb , tener un tamaffo de cable menor al # 14 . Para evitar corte a 45 grados 2 - 1 / 4 pulg . cheques o incendios , reponga el cordon de energfa inmedi - Corte a Io largo maximo atamente si est & daffado en cualquier manera . a la derecha de la hoja 25 pulg . Corte a Io largo maximo a la izquierda de la hoja 24 pulg . 50
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Alefriz - Muesca cuadrada en el borde del material . Fresa rotativa de ranurar - Corte no directo que produce una muesca cuadrada . Una fresa rotativa tiene , tfpicamente , Contragolpe - Cuando el material es arrojado hacia el oper - un ancho de 1 / 8 a 13 / 16 pulg . Una fresa rotativa requiere un ario durante una operaci6n de corte en el memento que el conjunte especial de hojas que no estan incluidas con esta material hace contacto inicial con la hoja , o si el material hace sierra de mesa . constricci6n sobre la hoja . Los contragolpes son peligrosos y pueden resultar en heridas graves . Goma , alquitr _ in o resina - Residue pegajoso y basado en la savia producido por los productos de madera . Corte a Io largo - La operaci6n de hacer un corte a Io largo del grano del material . Gradaci6n de la hoja de la sierra - La distancia en que las puntas de la hoja de la sierra est _ n anguladas hacia afuera Corte compuesto - La operaci6n de hacer cortes tanto de desde el grosor de la hoja . La gradaci6n de los dientes de la biselado come de ingletes a la misma vez . hoja de la sierra permite que el cuerpo de la hoja atraviese todos los cortes con seguridad . Corte de biselado - La operaci6n de realizar cualquier corte con el conjunto de hojas en cualquier grade que no sea 90 Ladeo - El mal alineamiento de la hoja con las ranuras de grados . ingletes , o cuando la hoja no esta paralela con las ranuras de ingletes . Corte de ingletes - La operaci6n de hacer un corte utilizan - do la escuadra de ingletes a cualquier angulo que no sea de Mano libre - Una operaci6n muy peligrosa para efectuar un cero grados . corte sin hacer uso de la gufa de corte ni la escuadra de ingletes durante una operaci6n de corte . Los cortes a mano libre jam _ s deben realizarse con una Sierra de Mesa . Corte repetido - La operaci6n de realizar un corte para reducir el grosor del material . Mesa / zona de trabajo - La superficie total de la parte superior de la sierra de mesa sobre la que descansa el Corte transversal - La operaci6n de realizar un corte a Io material mientras que se realizan operaciones de montaje o ancho del grano o el ancho del material . de corte . Dedos anti - contragolpe - Dispositivo de seguridad conec - Refrentado - Dispositivo accesorio que puede hacerse o tado al protector de hoja y al ensamblado del hendidor comprarse para ayudar a la gufa o sujetar un material durante dise5ado para evitar la expulsi6n de un material durante las las operaciones de corte . operaciones de corte . Trayecto de la hoja de la sierra - La zona que esta directa - Eje - El eje sobre el cual esta montada la hoja o la herra - mente en Ifnea con la hoja , incluyendo la zona per encima , mienta cortante de accesorio . por debajo y per delante de la misma . Entalladura - La pieza removida del material per la hoja Vara de empuje - Dispositivo accesorio que puede hacerse o durante cualquier operaci6n de corte . comprarse para ayudar a empujar el material a traves de la hoja . Se hace uso de una vara de empuje para evitar que las manos del operario entren en contacto con la hoja durante el corte a Io largo de materiales angostos . 51
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INSTRUCCIONES GENERALES DE 9 . UTILICE PROTECClON OCULAR SIEMPRE . Cualquier herramienta mecanica puede arrojar escombros hacia los SEGURIDAD ojos durante el funcionamiento , pudiendo esto resultar en El funcionamiento de una Sierra de Mesa puede resultar heridas oculares graves y permanentes . Los anteojos de peligroso si se hace caso omiso de la seguridad y del sentido uso cotidiano NO son gafas de seguridad . Utilice Gafas com0n . El operario debe estar familiarizado con el funciona - de Protecci6n SIEMPRE ( que cumplan con la normativa miento de la herramienta . Lea este manual para entender su Z87 . 1 de ANSI ) durante la operaci6n de herramientas Sierra de Mesa . NO OPERE esta Sierra de Mesa si no mecanicas . Las Gafas de Protecci6n estan disponibles entiende plenamente las limitaciones de dicha herramienta . en las tiendas Sears de ventas al detal . El equipo NO haga modificaciones de ning0n tipo a esta Sierra de auditivo debe cumplir con la Normativa $ 3.19 de ANSI . Mesa . RECUERDE : Usted es responsable de su propia seguridad . ANTES DE UTILIZAR LA SIERRA DE MESA Para evitar las heridas graves y el daRo a la herramienta , lea 10 . SIEMPRE DESENCHUFE LA HERRAMIENTA DEL y obedezca todas las instrucciones de Seguridad y Operaci6n TOMACORRIENTES cuando vaya a realizar ajustes , antes de operar la Sierra de Mesa . cambiar piezas o realizar cualquier clase de manteni - miento . 1 . LEA a conciencia el Manual del Propietario . APRENDA MANTENGA LOS ESCUDOS DE PROTECCION EN SU a como hacer uso de esta herramienta para sus aplica - 11 . clones diseRadas . SITIO Y EN BUEN ESTADO DE FUNCIONAMIENTO . 2 . CONECTE TODAS LAS HERRAMIENTAS A TIERRA . 12 . EVITE EL ARRANQUE ACCIDENTAL . AsegL _ rese de Si la herramienta se suministra con un enchufe de 3 que el interruptor de potencia se encuentre en la posici6n machos , se le debe enchufar a un tomacorrientes que de " APAGADO " antes de enchufar el cord6n de potencia disponga de 3 contactos electricos . El tercer macho se en el tomacorrientes . utiliza para conectar la herramienta a tierra y ofreeer 13 . QUITE TODAS LAS HERRAMIENTAS DE MANTENI - protecei6n contra los choques electricos accidentales . NO quite el tercer macho . Vea las Instrucciones de IVllENTO de la zona inmediata antes de encender la Conexi6n a Tierra . herramienta . 3 . EVITE UN ENTORNO LABORAL PELIGROSO . NO SOLO UTILICE ACCESORIOS RECOMENDADOS . El 14 . utilice las herramientas electricas en un entorno h0medo , uso de accesorios incorrectos o poco apropiados puede ni tampoco las exponga a Iluvia . ocasionar heridas graves al operario y ocasionar da5o a la herramienta . Si tiene dudas , consulte el manual de 4 . NO utilice herramientas electricas si hay gases o Ifquidos instrucciones que se adjunta con el accesorio especffico . inflamables presentes . JAMAS DEJE UNA HERRAMIENTA EN FUNCIONA - 15 . 5 , MANTENGA SIEMPRE su zona de trabajo limpia , bien IVllENTO SIN ATENDER . Conmute el interruptor de ener - alumbrada y organizada . NO TRABAJE en un entorno gia a la posici6n de apagado . NO abandone la herra - con superficies de piso resbalosas a eonsecuencia de los mienta hasta que esta se haya detenido por completo . escombros , la grasa y la cera . 16 . NO SE PARE SOBRE LA HERRAMIENTA . Pueden pro - MANTENGA ALEJADOS A LOS NI _ IOS Y VISITANTES . 6 , ducirse heridas graves si la herramienta se vuelca o si NO permita que haya personas en la zona inmediata de usted hace contacto con la herramienta aecidentalmente . trabajo , particularmente cuando la herramienta electrica se encuentre en funcionamiento . 17 . NO ALMACENE nada por encima ni cerca de la maquina en donde alguien pueda intentar pararse en la herra - 7 , NO DEBE FORZAR LA HERRAMIENTA a realizar mienta para alcanzarlo . operaciones para las que no fue diseSada . Realizar & una labor m & s segura y de mejor calidad si se le utiliza para 18 . MANTENGA SU EQUILIBRIO . NO se extienda sobre la realizar operaciones para las que fue dise5ada . herramienta . Haga uso de zapatos con suela de caucho resistente al aeeite . Mantenga el piso libre de escombros , 8 , UTILICE VESTIMENTA APROPIADA . NO vista ropa grasa o cera . holgada , guantes , corbatas ni artfculos de joyerfa . Estos artfculos pueden quedar atrapados en la maquina 19 . MANTENGA SUS HERRAMIENTAS CUIDADOSA - durante las operaciones y tirar del operario , atrayendolo MENTE . Mantenga sus herramientas limpias yen buen haeia las piezas en movimiento . El usuario debe Ilevar estado . Mantenga afiladas todas las hojas y brocas . una cubierta proteetora sobre el cabello , si tiene cabellera larga , para impedir el contacto con eualquier pieza en movimiento . 52
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20 . REVISE SI HAY PIEZAS DAI _ IADAS ANTES DE CADA DIRECTRICES PARA LAS EXTENSIONES USO DE LA HERRAMIENTA . Revise todos los protec - ELECTRICAS tores cuidadosamente para comprobar que funcionan correctamente y que no estan da _ ados , y que realizan Mientras menor sea el n0mero de calibre , mayor sera el sus funciones diseRadas correctamente . Revise el alinea - diametro de la extensi6n electrica . Si tiene dudas sobre las miento , la fijaci6n o la ruptura de las piezas en movimien - dimensiones correctas de una extensi6n electrica , utilice un to . Cualquier protector u otra piezas que se encuentre cord6n mas corto y mas grueso . Una extensi6n de dimen - daRada debe repararse o reemplazarse inmediatamente . siones insuficientes producira una cafda en el voltaje de Ifnea , resultando en una perdida de potencia y el sobrecalentamien - 21 . HAGA SU TALLER A PRUEBA DE NINOS quitando las to . SOLO UTILIOE UNA EXTENSION ELE _ CTRICA DE 3 Ilaves del interruptor , desenchufando las herramientas de HILOS QUE DISPONGA DE UN ENCHUFE DE CONEXION los tomacorrientes y haciendo uso de candados . A TIERRA DE 3 MACHOS , Y UN RECEPTACULO DE 3 POLOS QUE ACEPTE EL ENCHUFE DE LA M , _ , QUINA . 22 . NO OPERE LA HERRAMIENTA BAJO LA INFLUENClA DE LAS DROGAS O DEL ALCOHOL . Si esta haciendo uso de una extensi6n electrica a la intern - perle , este seguro de que la extensi6n se encuentre marcada 23 . AFIANCE TODO EL MATERIAL . Siempre que resulte con " W - A " ( " W " en el CanadA ) , Io que indica que su uso a la posible , utilice abrazaderas o plantillas para asegurar el intemperie es aceptable . material . Esto ofrece mayor seguridad que intentar sujetar el material con sus propias manos . Asegurese de que las dimensiones de su extensi6n electrica sean las correctas y que se encuentre en buen estado electri - 24 . MANTleNGASE ALERTA , ESTle CONSClENTE DE LO co . Repare siempre una extensi6n electrica da5ada , o pro - QUE HACE , Y UTILICE SENTIDO COMON CUANDO cure que una persona experta la repare antes del uso . VAYA A OPERAR UNA HERRAMIENTA MECb , NICA . NO UTILICE LA HERRAMIENTA Sl EST . & , CANSADO O Proteja sus extensiones electricas contra los objetos filosos , BAJO LA INFLUENClA DE DROGAS , ALCOHOL O el calor en exceso y de los lugares mojados o h0medos . MEDICAMENTOS , Un momento de descuido durante el uso de herramientas electricas puede resultar en lesiones personales graves . FUNCIONAMIENTO A 120 VOLTIOS SOLAMENTE 25 . El uso de esta herramienta puede generar y dispersar polvo u otras partfculas aereas , incluyendo polvo de 25 PIES DE 50 PIES DE 100 PIES DE madera , polvo de sflice cristalino y polvo de asbesto . LARGO LARGO LARGO Dirija las partfculas en la direcci6n opuesta a la cara y el 18AWG 16AWG 16 AWG cuerpo . Opere la herramienta siempre en un lugar con 0 a 6 Amperios buena ventilaci6n y proporcione la eliminaci6n correcta 18AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG 6 a 10 Amperios de polvo . Utilice un sistema de recolecci6n de polvo siempre que sea posible . La exposici6n al polvo puede 16AWG 16AWG 14 AWG 10 a 12 Amperios ocasionar da5o respiratorio grave y permanente u otros 14 AWG 12 AWG No se 12 a 15 Amperios da5os , incluyendo silicosis ( una enfermedad pulmonar recomienda grave ) , cancer y la muerte . Evite respirar el polvo y evite el contacto prolongado con el polvo . El permitir la entrada del polvo en su boca u ojos , o dejar que permanezca sobre su piel , podra promover la absorci6n de materiales da _ inos . Utilice siempre la protecci6n respiratoria NIOSH / OSHA que sea apropiada para la exposici6n al polvo y FUNCIONAMIENTO A 240 VOLTIOS SOLAMENTE lave las zonas afectadas con jab6n y agua . 25 PIES DE 50 PIES DE 100 PIES DE 26 . UTILICE UNA EXTENSI6N ELleCTRICA CORRECTA Y LARGO LARGO LARGO EN BUEN ESTADO . Cuando vaya a hacer uso de una extensi6n electrica , aseg0rese de utilizar una que sea Io 18AWG 18AWG 16 AWG 0 a 6 Amperios suficientemente fuerte como para transportar la cordente 18AWG 18AWG 14 AWG 6 a 10 Amperios a ser utilizada por su herramienta . Tenga la bondad deDO referirse a la tabla " CALIBRE MiNIMO RECOMENDA 16AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG 10 a 12 Amperios PARA LAS EXTENSIONES ELC : CTRICAS ( AWG ) " para el dimensionamiento correcto de la extensi6n electrica . Si 14 AWG 12 AWG No se 12 a 15 Amperios recomienda tiene dudas , utilice la siguiente extensi6n de mayor cali - bre . 27 . DIRECCl6N DE LA ALIMENTACION . Alimente el material hacia la hoja o cortadora s61o contra el sentido de la rotaci6n de la hoja o cortadora . 53
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REPONGA CUALQUIER CORDON DAI _ IADO O GASTADO ESTA HERRAMIENTA DEBE ESTAR CONECTADA A TIERRA DURANTE EL USO PARA PROTEGER AL INMEDIATAMENTE . OPERARIO CONTRA LOS CHOQUES ELleCTRICOS . PARA LAS M , _ QUINAS CONECTADAS A TIERRA Y CON EN EL CASO DE UN MALFUNCIONAMIENTO O AVERiA , la CORDON DISEhlADAS PARA EL USO EN UN CIRCUITO conexi6n a tierra ofrece el trecho de menor resistencia para la DE SUMINISTRO CON UNA POTENClA DE RIeGIMEN corriente electrica y reduce el riesgo de los choques electri - MENOR A LOS 150 VOLTIOS . cos . Esta herramienta viene equipada con un cord6n electrico que dispone de un conductor de conexi6n a tierra para el Esta herramienta est & diseSada para el uso en un circuito equipo asf como un enchufe de conexi6n a tierra . El enchufe que disponga de un tomacorrientes como el que se ilustra enc - DEBE estar enchufado a un tomacorrientes coincidente que la FIGURA " IA " . La FIGURA " IA " muestra un enchufe ele haya sido correctamente instalado y conectado a tierra de trico de 3 hilos y un tomacorrientes electrico con conductor de acuerdo con TODOS los c6digos y ordenanzas municipales . conexi6n a tierra . Si no se encuentra disponible un toma - corrientes debidamente conectado a tierra , se puede haeer NO MODIFIQUE EL ENCHUFE SUMINISTRADO . Haga que uso de un adaptador , seg0n Io ilustrado en la FIGURA " IB " , un electricista calificado instale el tomacorrientes apropiado si para conectar dicho enchufe provisionalmente al toma - el enchufe no cabe en el tomacorrientes . corrientes de 2 contactos que no esta conectado a tierra . El adaptador cuenta con una orejeta rfgida que DEBE ser conectada a una conexi6n a tierra permanente , tal como Io es LA CONEXION ELI _ CTRICA INCORRECTA del conductor de una caja de tomacorrientes debidamente conectada a tierra . conexi6n a tierra para el equipo puede resultar en el riesgo SE PROHiBE EL USO DE ESTE ADAPTADOR EN EL de choques electricos . El conductor con el aislamiento verde CANADA . ( con o sin rayas amarillas ) es el conductor de conexi6n a tierra para el equipo . NO conecte el conductor de conexi6n a tierra para el equipo a una terminaci6n viva si resulta nece - PRECAUCION : En todos los casos , aseg0rese de que el sario reparar o reemplazar el cord6n electrico o el enchufe . tomacorrientes en cuesti6n este debidamente conectado a tierra . Si no est & seguro , haga que un electricista certificado revise el tomacorrientes . CONSULTE con un electricista calificado o personal de servicio si no entiende las instrucciones de conexi6n a tierra completamente , o si no est & seguro que la herramienta est & El motor suministrado con su Sierra de Mesa es un motor debidamente conectada a tierra . monof & sico de voltaje doble , 120 / 240 voltios . Si desea operar su sierra de mesa a 240 voltios , sera necesario reconectar los avances del motor dentro de la caja de empalmes del El motor suministrado con su Sierra de Mesa es un motor motor , siguiendo el diagrama de cableado que aparece en la monofasico de corriente alterna y voltaje doble de 120 / 240 cubierta de la caja de empalmes . voltios , 60 hertzios . Se envfa cableado para las aplicaciones a 120 voltios . Jamas conecte el alambre verde ( de tierra ) a un terminal vivo . ASEGURESE de que el motor este desconectado de la SOLO UTILICE UNA EXTENSl6N ELI = CTRICA DE 3 HILOS fuente de energfa antes de reconectar los avances del motor . QUE DISPONGA DE UN ENCHUFE DE CONEXION A TIERRA DE 3 MACHOS , Y UN RECEPTACULO DE 3 POLOS QUE ACEPTE EL ENCHUFE DE LA M _ , QUINA . Fig . 1 A Fig . 1 B orejeta del adaptador 120 Voltios 1 20 VoItios de conexi6n a tierra conductor de conexi6n conductor de conexi6n f ' _ ' _ ' _ ) _ ] / a tierra a tierra 0 tomacorrientes para tress macho tomacorrientes para dos machos cord6n el _ ctrico de el _ ctricos tres hilos de tres hilos 54
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ASEGURESE de que las mascaras o respiradores tienen Tambien serA necesario reemplazar el enchufe de 120 voltios suministrado con el motor por un enchufe clasificado por aprobaci6n MSHA / NIOSH . UL / CSA come apropiado para los 240 voltios y la corriente clasificada de la sierra . Comun [ quese con un electricista local El funcionamiento de cualquier sierra de mesa puede tener competente acerca de los procedimientos correctos para come consecuencia la expulsi6n de escombros hacia sus instalar el enchufe . La sierra de mesa debe cumplir con todos ojos , Io que puede resultar en heridas oculares graves . los c6digos electricos en el ambito local y nacional tras la UTILICE SIEMPRE Gafas de Protecci6n ( que cumplan con la instalaci6n del enchufe de 240 voltios . normativa Z87 . 1 de ANSI ) cuando vaya a hacer uso de la sierra de mesa . Las Gafas de Seguridad estan disponibles en La sierra de mesa con el enchufe de 240 voltios s61o debe las tiendas Sears de ventas al detal . Mantenga los pulgares y conectarse a un tomacorrientes que disponga de la misma los dedos alejados de la hoja mientras que esta se encuentre configuraci6n que el enchufe ilustrado en la Figura " 1C " . No girando . hay adaptadores disponibles para el enchufe de 240 voltios ni tampoco debe usarse ninguno . tomacorrientes Fig . 1C conectado a tierra 240 VOLTIOS maohos Debe observar siempre las precauciones basicas cuando portadires de corriente utiliza su Sierra de Mesa . Para reducir el riesgo de lesiona - miento , cheque electrico o incendio , cumple con las reglas de seguridad que siguen : © 1 . LEA y entienda el manual de instrucciones antes de e poner la sierra de mesa en funcionamiente . 2 . NO OPERE ESTA MAQUINA hasta que se encuentre ensamblada e instalada conforme alas instrucciones . © el macho de conexidn a 3 . ASESORESE CON SU SUPERVISOR , instructor u otra tierra es el m4s largo de los 3 machos persona experta si no estA familiarizado con el uso de esta maquina 4 , NO PERMITA que la sierra de mesa permanezca enchufada al tomacorrientes . La sierra de mesa debe desenchufarse del tomacorrientes cuando no se encuen - ASEGURESE de que el tomacorrientes en cuesti6n este tre en uso y antes de rendir servicio , cambiar hojas y debidamente conectado a tierra . Si no esta seguro , haga que limpiar . un electricista competente revise el tomacorrientes . 5 . COLOQUE el interrupter de energ [ a en " APAGADO " antes de desenchufar la sierra de mesa . La Sierra de Mesa es para el uso en interiores exclusiva - 6 . PARA REDUCIR EL RIESGO DE CHOQUES EL ¢ CTRI - mente . No la exponga a la Iluvia , ni haga use de ella en COS , no utilice la sierra a la intemperie . No la exponga a lugares ht _ medos . la Iluvia . Almacenela puertas adentro . INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD 7 , OBEDEZCA todos los c6digos electricos y de seguridad , incluyendo el C6digo Electrico Nacional ( NEC ) y las ESPECJFICAS PARA LAS SIERRAS DE Nermas de Salud y Seguridad en el Trabajo ( OSHA ) . MESA Todas la conexiones y cableado electrico deben ser realizadas s61o per personal competente . REGLAMENTO " PROPOSITION 65 " DE CALIFORNIA 8 . NO manipule el enchufe ni la sierra de mesa con las manes mojadas . 9 . UTILICELA s61o come se describe en este manual . EL POLVO GENERADO MEDIANTE LIJADO MEC , & NICO , Utilice accesorios recomendaos por Sears solamente . ASERRADO , RECTIFICACION , PERFORACION Y OTRAS 10 . JAMAS tire de la Sierra de Mesa per su cord6n de ACTIVIDADES DE CONSTRUCCION contiene productos energ [ a . NUNCA permite que el cord6n de energia entre qu [ micos conocidos come fuentes de cancer , defectos de en contacto con berdes filosos , superficies calientes , nacimiento u otros dares reproductivos . Algunos ejemplos de aceite o grasa . estos qu [ micos incluyen los siguientes : • plomo proveniente de pinturas con base de plomo , 11 . NO desenchufe la sierra de mesa tirando del cord6n de energ [ a . AGARRE siempre el enchufe y no el cord6n . • s [ lice cristalino de ladrillos y cemento y otros productos de mamposter [ a , y 12 . REPONGA un cord6n daRado inmediatamente . NO o arsenico y creme de las maderas tratadas con qu [ micos . utilice un cord6n o enchufe que esten daRados . Si la sierra de mesa funciona debidamente , o si ha side da5a - Su riesgo proveniente de dichas exposiciones podra variar segt _ n que tan a menudo realice dicha clase de trabajo . Para da , dejada a la intemperie o si ha entrado en contacto reducir su exposici6n a estos qu [ micos : trabaje en un sitio con el agua , devuelvala a un Centro de Servicio Sears . que goce de buena ventilaci6n y trabaje con equipo de 13 . NO utilice la sierra de mesa come juguete . NO LA seguridad aprobado , tal como las caretas de polvo diseBadas UTIMCE si hay niBos presentes . especialmente para filtrar las part [ culas microsc6picas . 55
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27 . JAMAS realice labores de trazado , ensamblado o men - 14 . La Sierra de Mesa esta diseRada para el use dom4stico o el use comercial ligero SOLAMENTE . taje sobre la mesa / zona de trabaje cuande la maquina se encuentre en funcionamiento . 15 . CONECTE la sierra de mesa a un tomacorrientes 28 . JAMAS reestablezca el bot6n de sobrecarga termica sin debidamente conectado a tierra . Vea las instrucciones de haber apagado antes la sierra de mesa . conexi6n a tierra . 29 . APOYE los materiales largos o anchos correctamente . 16 . UTIMCE SIEMPRE los protectores cuando resulte posi - 30 . ble hacerlo . Revise que esten en su sitio , afianzados y APAGUE LA SIERRA y desenchL ] fela de la fuente de funcionando correctamente . energfa . Limpie la mesa / zona de trabajo antes de aban - donar la sierra . BLOQUEE el interrupter de ARRANQUE 17 . EVITE LOS CONTRAGOLPES haciendo Io siguiente : / PARADA ( START / STOP ) con el candado suministrado para impedir el uso desautorizado . • Manteniendo la hoja afilada y libre de oxidaci6n y alquitran . 31 . POSICIONE SIEMPRE la gufa auxiliar per Io menos • Manteniendo la gufa de corte a Io largo paralela con la 2 pulgadas en frente de la hoja de la sierra cuande vaya hoja de la sierra . a usar la gufa auxiliar como tope de parada durante el • Usando el protector de la hoja de la sierra y el ensam - corte transversal . blade del hendidor para todas las eperaciones posibles , incluyendo el aserrado directo . 32 . El ala de extensi6n derecha DEBE ESTAR plenamente ensamblado y la cubierta del motor debe estar cerrada y • Empujando el material mas all _ de la hoja de la sierra afianzada antes de que se conecte la sierra de mesa a la antes de soltarlo . fuente de energfa . • No cortando a Io largo jam # , s ning0n material que este torcido o alabeado , o que no disponga de un borde INFORMACION ADIClONAL sobre el funcionamiento 33 . recto para guiarlo a Io largo de la gufa de corte . seguro y correcto de este preducto esta disponible de • Usando tablas de refrentado cuando no pueda utilizarse parte del National Safety Council , 1121 Spring Lake el protector de hoja y el ensamblado del hendidor . Drive , Itasca , IL 60143 - 3201 en el Manual de Prevenci6n de Accidentes para Operacienes Industriales asf come en • No aserrando jam _ s una pieza de material grande que las Hojas de Dates de Seguridad suministradas per el no pueda controlarse . NSC . Tenga la bondad de referirse tambien a los • No usando jamas la guia durante el corte transversal . Requisites de Seguridad para la Maquinaria de • No aserrando jamAs un material con nudos sueltos u Ebanisterfa ANSI 01.1 de la American National Standards otras imperfecciones . Institute y el Reglamente OSHA 1910.213 del U . S . Department of Labor . 18 . RETIRE las piezas troceadas y los escombros de la mesa antes de arrancar la sierra . La vibraci6n de la 34 . GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES . Refierase a elias sierra puede hacer que se muevan hacia la hoja de la con frecuencia y utilfcelas para instruir a los demas . sierra , expulsandolas . Despues de realizar el corte , apague la sierra . Cuando la hoja se haya detenido por Las fuentes que aparecen a continuaci6n tienen informaci6n completo , desenchufe la sierra y retire los escombros . disponible acerca de la venta y funcionamiento correcto de esta herramienta : 19 . JAMAS ARRANQUE la sierra con el material contra la hoja . Power Tool Institute 1300 Summer Avenue 20 . JAMAS realice operaciones " a mane libre ' . Haga use de Cleveland , OH 44115 - 2851 la gufa de corte o de la gufa de ingletes para orientar y www . powertoolinstitute . org guiar el material . Sujete el material firmemente contra la escuadra de ingletes o la gufa de corte . National Safety Council 1121 Spring Lake Drive 21 . UTILICE una varilla o varillas de empuje para cortar Itasca , IL 60143 - 3201 materiales angostos a Io largo . American National Standards Institute 22 . EVITE OPERACIONES Y POSICIONES MANUALES 25 West 43rd Street TORPES en las que un deslizamiento repentino puede 4th floor hacer que su mane haga contacte con la hoja de la New York , NY 10036 sierra . www . ansi . org 23 . MANTENGA brazes , manes y dedos alejados de la hoja . ANSI 01.1 Safety Requirements for Woodworking Machines ( Requisites de Seguridad para la Maquinaria de 24 . JAMAS penga ninguna parte de su cuerpo en Ifnea con Ebanisterfa ANSI 01.1 ) y los reglamentos del U . S . el trayecto de la hoja de la sierra . Department of Labor www . esha . gov 25 . JAMAS intente alcanzar alrededor ni per encima de la hoja . 26 . JAMAS intente liberar una hoja atascada sin primero apagar y desenchufar la hoja de la fuente de energfa . 56
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ACCESORIOS DISPONiBLES Sears podrarecomendarotros accesorios nolistados en este manual . Visite su Departamento de Ferreterfa de Sears o consulte el Catalogo de Herramientas Electricas y de Mano de Sears Consulte su Departamento de Ferreterfa de Sears mas para los siguientes accesorios : cercano o el Catalogo de Herramientas Electricas y de Mano de Sears para otros accesorios . ARTJCULO NOMERO DE EXISTENCIA * Guia Auxiliar , No utilice ningt _ n accesorio a menos que haya lefdo cabal - 29878 Gufa de Corte a Io Largo mente el Manual del Propietario para dicho accesorio . * Extensi6n y Tope de Parada 29879 de la Escuadra de Ingletes * Abrazadera de Material , $ 61o utilice accesorios recomendados para esta Sierra de Escuadra de Ingletes 29880 Mesa . El uso de otros accesorios puede ocasionar lesiones * Conducto de Polvo con Puerto de Polvo 22102 graves y producir da5o a la Sierra de Mesa . * Ensamblado de Micro - Ajuste 29881 * Inserci6n de Mesa - Estandar 29882 * Inserci6n de Mesa - Fresa Rotativa 29885 * Inserci6n de Mesa - Cabezal de Corte para Moldura 29887 * Hoja de Sierra - Leitz ; 10 pulg . x 29888 40 dientes , Hoja de Paso Variable * Sistema de Gu / as 32371 CONSTRUYENDO UNA TABLA DE BISELADO Fig . 2A La entalladura debe guardar una distancia aproximada de 1 / 4 de pulg . Fig . 2B La Figura 2A ilustra las dimensiones para hacer una tabla de biselado tfpica . El material del cual esta hecho la tabla de biselado debe ser una pieza de madera recta que este libre de nudos y grietas . Las tablas de biselado se utilizan para mantener el trabajo en contacto con la gu ( a y la mesa para impedir los contragolpes . Afiance la tabla de biselado a la gufa y la mesa de manera que el borde delantero de la tabla de biselado apoye el material hasta que se haya realizado el corte . Utilice tablas de biselado para todas las operaciones de corte que no sean de paso yen las que debe retirarse el protector y el ensamblado del hendidor . Reponga siempre el protector y el ensamblado del hendidor una vez completadas las opera - ciones de corte que no sean de paso . Ver figura 2B . 57
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CONSTRUYENDO UNA VARA DE EMPUJE Durante el corte a Io largo de materiales con menos de 4 pulgadas de ancho , se debe hacer uso de una vara de empuje para com - pletar la alimentaci6n . Puede construirse f _ cilmente utilizando material descartado y siguiendo el patr6n ilustrado en la Figura 2C . Fig . 2C La vara de empuje debe estar hecha con madera de 3 / 4 6 1 / 2 pulgada o con un grosor inferior al ancho del material a cortarse . La figura 2C debe copiarse y hacerse a escala , de tal manera que las rejillas sean de 1 / 2 pulgada cuadrada . Esta copia puede emplearse en la construcci6n de su vara de empuje . 58
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DESEMPACANDO Y REV [ SANDO Fig . 3 = 1 EL CONTEN [ DO 1 La sierra de mesa es una maquina pesada . Se requieren dos personas para desempaquetarla y levantar la sierra de mesa . Esta sierra de mesa requerira cierta cantidad de ensamblado . Esta sierra de mesa y su gufa se envfan en una sola caja . Esta caja tambien incluye una caja de piezas para la sierra . 1 . Remueva las piezas de todas las cajas y col6quelas sobre una superficie de trabajo limpia . 2 . Se requieren dos o mas personas para levantar la sierra de mesa de la paleta de embarque . 3 . Remueva cualquier material y revestimiento protectivo de todas las piezas y de la sierra de mesa . El revestimiento \ de las piezas puede quitarse con rociar WD - 40 sobre \ elias y limpiandolas con un patio suave . Podra ser nece - sario repetir este proceso varias veces antes de poder \ \ \ quitar todo el revestimiento protectivo . f PRECAUCION : No utilice acetona , gasolina ni diluyente de laca para quitar ning0n revestimiento protectivo de su sierra de mesa . 4 . Tras la limpieza , aplique una cera en pasta de buena 12 calidad sobre cualquier superficie sin pintar . Aseg0rese de pulir la cera antes del montaje . \ \ \ 5 , Compare los artfculos con las figuras que aparecen \ \ \ abajo . Verifique que todos los artfculos esten presentes \ \ \ antes de desechar la caja de envfo . Si faltan piezas , \ \ Ilame a la Linea de Ayuda al Cliente al 1 - 800 - 897 - 7709 . \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ El ala de extensi6n derecha debe estar plenamente ensam - blade y la cubierta del motor debe estar cerrada y afianzada antes de que se conecte la sierra de mesa a la fuente de energfa . 10 Si Ilegara a faltar cualquier pieza , no intente enchufar el cord6n de potencia y encender la sierra de mesa . La sierra de mesa s61o podra encenderse despues de que se hayan obtenido todas las piezas y estas hayan sido instaladas correctamente . SIERRA DE MESA 1 . Ensamblado de sierra de mesa 2 . Ala de extensi6n , hierro fundido ( 2 ) 3 . Volante de mane ( 2 ) 14 4 . Perilla de cierre del volante de mano ( 2 ) 5 . Vara de montaje del hendidor 6 . Ensamblado del soporte del hendidor 15 7 . Gancho para Ilaves 9 . Gancho de la guia ( 2 ) 10 . Correa Poly - V 11 . Ensamblado del protector de hojas y del hendidor 12 . Puerto de polvo 13 . Ensamblado de pata ( 2 ) 14 . Tirante de tracci6n ( 2 ) 15 . Conducto de polvo 16 . Interruptor 17 . Hoja de la sierra ( no ilustrada ) 59
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Fig . 3 = 2 GUiA 21 23 24 20 . Gufa auxiliar 2O 22 21 . Ensamblado de la gufa de corte a Io largo 22 . Riel delantero de la gufa , derecho 23 . Riel delantero de la gufa , izquierdo 24 . Riel trasero de la gufa ( 2 ) 25 . Perilla de abrazadera con tuerca especial ( 2 ) 26 . Ensamblado de microajuste 27 . Conector al riel posterior de la gu / a 27 28 . Tapa de extremo del riel delantero , derecho 29 . Tapa de extremo del riel delantero , izquierdo 30 . Barra de alineaci6n del riel 25 _ 26 delantero de la gu / a ( 2 ) 28 29 3O Fig . 3 = 3 41 ESCUADRA DE INGLETES 40 . Escuadra de ingletes 41 . Guia de corte transversal 42 . Tope de profundidad 43 . Ensamblado de abrazadera 44 . Tornillo de eabeza hueca hexagonal M5 x 20 mm ( 3 ) 45 . Arandela plana M5 ( 3 ) 46 . Tuerca cuadrada M5 ( 3 ) 47 . Vara elevadora 48 . Perilla ( 2 ) 40 48 47 60
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