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I have a sears radial arm saw, 113.29550 that the brake will not release and no parts manual, please help. I am in Costa Rica.

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ManageMyLfe.com is a great place to find your owner's manual and installation guides for appliances. I did some research and found the owner�s manual. I have attached the link below. Your expert will follow up and verify this information shortly. 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. I also found an expert answer that mau help.?

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James -
February 07, 2012
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Thank you for your question on the brake for the radial arm saw.

I am not finding the model you have given me.

Please verify the model number.

Usually there is a screw on the right side top that secures a cover for the brake parts on the saw by the auxiliary motor shaft.

Some of the other models have a clam shell design and you will need to remove the blade guard and the saw blade and raise the arm and tip the bevel to expose the bottom of the saw to remove the recessed screws to split the clam shell covers.

Please let me know what you find and we can continue to troubleshoot with that information.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
February 07, 2012
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I have checked and the model number is either 113.29550 or 113.29650, the model number plate has a dent that partly obscures the first #5 or # 6 or not likely # 3. It is a 9" saw bought sometime in the early 70s by my wife who then work for Sears in Arkansas. I have removed the saw motor from the mounting and have turned it every way I can and see no recessed screws on the bottom of the motor housing. There is a post on this message board, http://www.samallen.com/wwwboard/messages/20104.html, that says he has a manual for the model number I have, 113.29550. Perhaps there is a way to get a copy of the parts pages from this person. I can also take digital photo of the motor housing if that would help. Thanks!

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ArtEdwards65 -
February 10, 2012
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Thank you for the up date on the radial arm saw model number. I believe that it is a 113.29350 which is a 9" radial arm saw. It this is the model number then you are right in that this motor was not intended to be service by the customer. It was put together at the factory and needed to be repaired by a repair center that did motor repair at the Sears rebuild center. This service is no longer available. Take a look at the manual I have included in the link below to see if this matches your model. The replacement motor for this saw is obsolete and no longer available. I am sorry that I cannot help you with the repair of your motor. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
February 13, 2012
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That appears to be the same as the saw I have. I have split the case, it is some kind of epoxy that holds the saw motor together. it is nothing but rush that is my problem. i mud dobber built it nest in the motor while it was in storage which drew moisture and caused the rust. No way of my knowing what epoxy they used so I'll just wing it when I put the motor back together. What a shame that there is no way to properly service this saw. Art

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ArtEdwards65 -
February 13, 2012
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Thank you for the update. When they were rebuilding the motors at the Dallas rebuild center they had a jig that they put the motor into for holding it during the oven curing of the epoxy. It is critical that the rotor is located in the winding correctly or it will scrub the fields and fail. Best of luck in getting this motor repaired. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
February 14, 2012
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