Model #113199450 CRAFTSMAN Saw Radial

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Q:

I need a diagram to show motor lead connections for a 113.199450

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Definitely having to do repairs yourself can be a challenge. I have taken the time to research on the Manage My life website and have located a link that you may find useful. While you are waiting for a detailed reply from an expert I have attached the link below.

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Priscilla V -
September 26, 2011
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Thank you for your request of the wiring diagram for the radial arm saw.

I have given you the diagram in the image below.

Please forgive the hand made drawing I have to make of this diagram for this series saw.

Please let me know how it goes.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
September 28, 2011
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Sam, thanks ever so much for the response, you have no idea how much it is appreciated. However, the diagram in the message is too small to read and when I expand it, it is too smudged to read. Is there anyway you can possibly enlarge it? Thanks again and in advance gwoollum#bellsouth.net

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George -
October 27, 2015
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Looking for Service on Radial Arm Saw Mod#113.199450 113.199450

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In reference to the Radial Arm Saw Mod#113.199450 (also known as 113.199.410 with out the legs) I did locate another motor for this unit but I now need a wiring diagram that shows all connections from the front switch, back to the resistor and relay, including the motor power cord. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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George -
October 21, 2015
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Radial Arm Saw Problem

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 Managemylife.com is a great place to find the answers to just about anything, especially on appliances. I would suggest that you provide a little more information such as the model number of your product so your expert will be able to provide you the best possible answer. Just click on reply below where you can provide the additional information.

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Yadira B -
June 19, 2013
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Thanks, Yadira. The 10" Radial Arm Saw's Model # is 113.199450 The Serial # is 6018 M0125 The motor itself is model #C48BP 113 Class B. It also has a "motor service number" of 63608 and another number (not identified what it is, but maybe a serial # of E22922. I hope this helps.

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Anonymous -
June 19, 2013
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This sounds like the capacitor on the motor has failed. It is mounted on the motor itself, from what I can tell. You can order part number STD376112 for the replacement, or take the capacitor out and find a local electrical shop and they should be able to match it up with the old one.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
June 20, 2013
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Thank you, Wade! This gives hope that I can resurrect this great device. We just left home on vacation but when we return in a couple of weeks I will try to replace the capacitor. I will let you know if it worked.

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Mark -
June 21, 2013
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To Wade B. (expert): I returned from my vacation and followed up with the radial arm saw problem as you suggested. First, I could find no capacitor located on or near the motor (or anywhere else). Then I took off the motor and disassembled it. There seemed to be nothing there except the rotor and stator, both of which both appeared to be fine and clean. There was some rust located on the brake wheel which I cleaned off, but when the motor was reassembled and I tried to start the saw, the problem with the saw not turning (unless I gave the shaft a spin to overcome initial resistance) was unchanged from before. Have you any further ideas? Thanks, Mark

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Mark -
July 10, 2013
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I can't figure why they show me a capacitor on the motor but there isn't one on yours. It may have been something got mixed up when they were putting the information from paper to digital.

If you have a local electric motor shop, they can possibly rebuild the motor you. You may check with a local starter/alternator shop and see if they do things like that.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
July 10, 2013
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Thanks, Wade. Can you possibly send me the link or other information you are referring to? If so, please send it to bloomberghealthcare@comcast.net I will see if I can find a local electrical shop.

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Mark -
July 11, 2013
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The stuff they show me is not available for me to link to or even cut/paste to send it out like that. If you look on the partsdirect site, you will notice they actually list a capacitor in the parts listing. I have to wonder if the drawing they show me is just a "used for clarity" type drawing and the capacitor is not small and tucked up inside the motor assembly.

I've looked to see if I can find any photos for this motor and cannot come up with anything. Limited information is frustrating. Sorry I cannot be of more help on this.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
July 13, 2013
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Wade, latest info is as follows: 1) I had the motor and capacitor bench tested at a local electrical motor shop and both were fine, and 2) they suggest that the problem is with the starter relay which they said is not activating the capacitor at start-up as it is supposed to do and then disconnecting it once the motor starts spinning. The relay is part #63725 in my manual. Is this available? Thanks.

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Mark -
July 23, 2013
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Good that the motor and cap are okay. Bad news is that the relay is not in production any longer. You may google the number to try and find one. Also, you may check with the shop that tested the motor to see if they can recommend something to use in its place.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
July 24, 2013
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