Model #113226830 CRAFTSMAN Saw Table

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Q:

Sears Craftsman Electronic 10" table saw with digital display adjustments

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I can understand your frustration over the issue that you are having with the table saw. I was unable to locate any information upon the issue. My suggestion would be is to double check for the model number. It always helps the expert to explain your issue a tad bit better.

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celene -
December 21, 2010
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Thank you for your question.

I can understand your concern when your table saw switch is not working correctly.

The model number is on the frame on the front of the table saw, and it will start with a 113.XXXXX.

I am going to assume that it is a 113.290650 Electronic table saw.

I sound like your saw motor switch has failed between 7 and 8 on the switch.

The master switch and saw motor switch are together in one housing and the switch is no longer available.

In order to use the saw as intended you may have to bypass the saw motor switch with another manual double pole single throw switch you can pick up locally.

I have e-mailed you a diagram for the saw.

I hope this will help.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
December 23, 2010
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Sam, thanks for the feedback. I will check with all your info after the holidays. I am away from home for family get together now. Cheers!

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parametric -
December 23, 2010
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I have a table saw just like that, I've had it since they first come out - LOVED IT. One day while I was using it mine did the same thing yours did. Called Sears I was told the circuit board probably had went bad. I asked them to order me a new board and I was told they could not get that part for that saw anymore. So I sent the board to a electronic repair store. They sent it back to me and said that there was a Motorola part in there that they didn't make any more. So I have this 10 inch saw setting here in really good shape and I can't even use it. Good Luck On Yours!

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Richard -
January 05, 2011
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I am sorry to hear you also have a saw that you cannot get parts for. If you have had the same exact problem as the previous person you should be able to use a standard toggle type switch to repair your also. You may have to mount it to the side area of the original switch but it should work. You may want to take the switch out and check it with a volt/ohm meter first to make sure it is the problem. Let me know how it works out. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
January 05, 2011
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My control panel on my saw is trash, all the wires on the circuit board are cracked or broke. I guess I will have to start from scratch. I have taken the panel off and now all I have is a few wires. I have the black and the white + the green coming in from the 110 to where the panel use to be then I have the black, white,green going on to the motor. Then I have two black and white (smaller wire) going into each smaller motor (blade height and angle) coming from where it plugged into the circuit board. Then there is a bunch of smaller wire coming from the blade and angle motor and plugged into the circuit board. I guess I will have to disregard all these small wire (must be for electronics. Are the height and angle motors 24 volt? Craftsman sure left me and alot of other people with a $770.00 piece of scrap Iron. Sorry I shouldn't be like that. Richard

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Richard -
January 06, 2011
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I am sorry for what you have discovered on the wiring your table saw. Age has a way of causing deterioration of the electrical components. Richard if you will give me your e-mail address I will send you a copy of the control and wire hookups and if the board is still good, it should help you rewire your saw and help repair the motor and main switches. My e-mail address is sande38@searshc.com. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
January 07, 2011
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I have repaired my double main switches. Got the table saw to work like before again.

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parametric -
January 12, 2011
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Sam - I can communicate to this again. Will recap here what I sent you. Good News! I have fixed the table saw problem. I checked the double switch terminals at ON and OFF positions and found that some times there were open connections or very high resistance. The odd time there was low resistance or continuity. This was the power feed to the PC Board. Since the switch was a crimped-over 2 piece, I took it apart. Separating the 2 halves gently is easy, as there are no "flying parts". There are 4 sets of contacts. Two have been arced until black, leading to very high resistance or no contact. I filed the 2 stationary burnt contacts and mate it with the 2 movable that is still shiny as new. I also filed the other 2 movable contacts and mate them with the good stationary contacts. Re-assemble the switch, connect all to the PC Board, cross my fingers and twist my tongue, and power up. Lo & Behold - just like new! Punch in the number pad for ELEV ...Good, for BEVEL ...Good!

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parametric -
January 12, 2011
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I have some photos of the switch, and cleaning the contacts if they would be of help to anyone. Unless the switch is physically damage, It is easy to take apart and repair.

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parametric -
January 12, 2011
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