Model #113198110 CRAFTSMAN Saw Radial

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  • Base And Column Assembly
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  • Yoke And Motor Assembly
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  • Yoke Assembly
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  • Arm Assembly
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  • Guard Assembly
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  • Table Assembly
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  • Leg Set
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  • Motor 75128
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Q:

craftsman Radial Arm Saw motor reset button?

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Dezeray S -
August 18, 2010
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Thank you for your question.

  • My question would be when you were using the saw and it quite. Did you smell any odor, like burnt wiring or motor windings. If you did the motor may be bad.

  • This motor was a composite motor from the factory and was epoxy together and so few internal parts were available. Only the start switch was available but not the overload switch. It is not even listed in the parts illustration.

  • The motor is still available as a complete assembly.

  • Part Number: 816845 for around $200.00.

  • If this has a red reset button on the motor and it will not reset, it is bad. If it is a thermal reset with out the push reset button, it should have reset on it's own when cooled. If not it is bad also.

  • I do not have a wiring diagram for this model so I am very limited as to how I can help you.

  • I would suggest taking the motor to a electrical motor shop to have them check it out. They can do a winding OHM reading to see if the motor is open.

  • They also may have a overload switch that will work for the motor if it is bad.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 18, 2010
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Maybe these pictures will help. In the first picture this shows the button on top of the motor. The second picture is the bottom of this button. With the main switch on, there is power to the black wire. In the third picture, this is the wiring going from the button to the motor and there is no power here. I suspect whatever that button is....is the problem, but I can't find that button in the parts list.

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manchesterscott -
August 18, 2010
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I ended up here because I had a similar problem. I was certain that it couldn't be the motor because there was no burning smell when the motor shut down. I too found that I had power after the switch, so I suspected the reset switch (which was not resetting). I pulled the switch out and noted from the back that it was a Klixon brand. I found the picture of the same unit on their website under Phenolic Motor Protectors. They have great schematics that show what is contained inside. While I was reading I was playing with the switch and heard a "click". I decided to put it all back together to see if it had been reset and Voila! - I,m back in business! I,m not sure if this will help because I don't know whether you have the same motor (and your pictures are too blurry to be sure of the reset switch). My saw was bought around 1987 and is NOT epoxied together. My suggestion is to ignore Sears and see if you can get the part from an electrical supply house if you can't get it to reset.

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Mike -
August 21, 2010
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where is the reset button located on the motor

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Kenneth -
January 18, 2016
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I am trying to locate where the reset button is located in the motor. Where is it and how can I get to it?

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Kenneth -
January 19, 2016
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Product recall 113198110 Craftsman 10-inch radial saw

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Thank you for choosing Sears and contacting us with your question about your Craftsman radial arm saw model 113.199250. I am so sorry it may be affected by the recall on the blade guard. I understand you concerns about this safety issue and know you want to get this problem resolved quickly. In this case our manufacturer, Emerson Tool Company, is handling the recall directly. I will be happy to provide you with their contact information. I have included the link below to their recall website.

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I apologize for the confusion on how this recall is being handled. Please contact Emerson at your earliest convenience. Thank you for choosing Sears, we appreciate your business. 

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Natasha12 -
Sears Technician
July 23, 2015
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motor burned up 113198110 Craftsman 10-inch radial saw

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Thank you for being Sears’ valued member and for contacting SearsPartsDirect.com with your question about a replacement motor for your Craftsman 10-inch radial saw model 113198110. I am so sorry a bearing froze up and burned out the motor. Unfortunately due to the age of this product, the motor for this saw is no longer available. I have included the link below for you to look at new saws.

I hope this answers your question. Thank you for choosing Sears, we appreciate your business. 
 

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Rachel Morgan -
Sears Technician
April 22, 2015

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