Model #152229010 CRAFTSMAN Drill Press

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Manual for 351.229010

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ManageMyLife.com is a great place to find your owner's manual for various products. I understand you are having some difficulties finding yours. Manufacturers stop producing manuals after ten years. This could be the cause of availability. Sometimes the expert can find one that is very similar to yours. You should hear back within two business days. If you are having a specific problem please submit your question on the existing tread by click on the reply box below for your expert.

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Anna T -
August 14, 2012
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Thanks for contacting ManageMyLife.com. I understand your concern with looking for a manual on a drill press. We are here to help. I found the manual. The problem was the source code. The correct model number is 152.229010. I provided you the manual. Just click here to download the manual. I hope this helps.

To order parts, please visit SearsPartsDirect.com with the model number.

Please feel free to let me know if you need further assistance. We are always here to help.

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John H -
Sears Technician
August 16, 2012
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Craftsman drill press 152229010 - size of chuck arbor?

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I can understand trying to save money by using a different part than what is recommended by the manufacture. If it is possible to get the dimensions of the arbor, the experts will get that information for you. Thanks for your patience.

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Anna T -
April 16, 2012
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I am sorry, we don't have access to the dimensions you want. I also don't know if the Procunier tapping head will work on the drill press.

I recommend removing the chuck and making the measurements you need to be sure the tapping head will work.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
April 19, 2012
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I was able to get the dimensions off the arbor, and then I found it in the instruction manual in the specifications: http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/lis_pdf/OWNM/L0520638.pdf Spindle Taper: #2 Morse Chuck Taper: Jacobs 3

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Brian -
May 07, 2012
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Brian, Thank you for your reply. I am glad you where able to find the information on the chuck and arbor. I am sure other members will find this useful. Thank you for using Manage my life. Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
May 08, 2012
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Craftsman Drill Pres model 152.229010

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Managemylife.com is always a great resource to find the answers to just about anything. Your expert will research your question and respond within two business days but usually sooner.

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Alina F. -
October 21, 2011
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Whilst I am not familiar with you particular model looking at the parts diagram at Sears Parts Direct it appears to be a standard taper fit. As any easy repair you coud purchase parts 56 and 57 in the following diagram: - http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Craftsman-Parts/Drill-Parts/Model-152229010/0247/0713080/50027214/00001?blt=06&prst=0&shdMod=152229010 Before trying that I would attempt a fix by 'grindind and lapping' the two components together.

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biguggy -
October 21, 2011
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Is that just roughing the two surfaces

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Wade -
October 21, 2011
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To Wade. No, it is similar to grinding in/lapping in the inlet and exhaust valves in a car, or similar, engine, starting with a coarse paste to get the real high spots off then progressing through the fine grade, to a lapping compound, as would be used for diesel engine fuel injectors, so that when the two parts are lightly forced together there is 'suction' between the two. this is presupposing that the two parts are a taper fit to each other as indicated in the parts diagram.

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biguggy -
October 21, 2011
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Thank you for your question on the slipping spindle.

If it has fallen or come off many times you will need to replace both contact points.

Since this is a friction swedge fit we have lost the swedge fit between the parts.

You will need to replace the arbor and the spindle to get these two contacts new again.

Spindle part number is: 27968.00. Arbor part number: 27926.00.

Arbor part .

Spindle part .

Please let me know if you need anymore help with the replacing of these parts.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
October 21, 2011
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Oh my god! I just assembled a Sears 137.219001!! I got to the end of the assembly and when I read that I had to HAMMER the chuck onto the spindle and there was no retaining screw of any kind, I freaked out. Now I read here that they separate and I have to buy more parts or apply skills found only in valve grinding operations!! What a piece of junk! I've got a few days before the 30 day return policy expires and I'm boxing this junk up and returning it and take my chances with my DeWalt hand held drill!! Thank you for alerting us to junk sold by Sears! I was willing to pay $1,000 for a very fine drill press made of high quality steel and carefully designed! Looks like a drill press is not in my future. Wade, I hope you can refund your drill press.

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don -
March 24, 2012
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Don - Hold your horses a few minutes. 1. There are now two different drill presses being discussed in this thread. 2. I believe you will find that the taper fit of chuckes etc to machine tool spindles is standard practice and allows for accurate 'centreing' of the tool. Any form of locking screw would indicate some form of sliding fit and would therefore move the tool/chuck 'off centre' thereby making it rotate 'off centre'. As with any machine tool moving parts wear and damage can occur due to misuse or accidents. In the case of the original poster we do not know how or why the chuck came out in the first instance. It may not have been initially fitted correctly, the mating surfaces may have been damaged in some mishap, who knows. I just gave a possible solution which was/is cheaper than purchasing new parts. I believe you will be making a mistake should you return your drill press because you believe it is 'a piece of junk' because one poster has had to renew a couple of relatively cheap parts when we do not know what caused the damage to the said parts. The choice is, quite obviously, yours.

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biguggy -
March 24, 2012
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Thank you bigguggy for your comments to explain to the Don how the arbor and spindle works on the drill press. I am sure that after he read you comments he will be more likely to keep the drill press. Thank you again. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
March 26, 2012
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Oh, it's long gone. I bought 2 Sears 10" drill presses, actually. The first was from Sears. When I opened the carton the styrofoam system was badly broken. I did see the Sears employee grab the carton by the straps and throw it on the floor. But I brought it back for a full refund. The second was from Orchard Supply Hardware. When it became obvious that chuck to spindle retention would be accomplished through friction alone, I became alarmed. And when I read that the chuck was falling off after use, I returned if for a full refund.

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don -
March 30, 2012
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