Model #22116 JENN-AIR Counter Grill, Electric

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Q:

How is the Craftsman hybrid 10" table saw mounted and does it have an iron top?

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Priscilla V -
December 19, 2011
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Thank you for your question on the Hybrid 10 inch table saw.

We do not sell a model like the Hybrid in the standard cast iron table.

The model closest to that is the 21833 which has a cast table but does not have all the same features as the granite table model.

All of these series of saws have cabinet mounted trunnions. And the table is mounted to the cabinet on the corners and can be adjusted if needed to align the blade in the blade insert area.

The old 22124 was like the hybrid with a cast table if you can still find one in a Sears store somewhere.

I hope this information will help.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
December 20, 2011
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table saw power

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Hello, I see that your Sears Hybrid table saw is lacking power. While you are waiting for an experts response, If you would like to you can visit SearsHomeServices.com I have provided you with the link below. Hope this helps!

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Salina L -
July 12, 2010
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I am assuming the saw has been working at the present location for a period of time and has just started bogging down. I suspect something has happened in your power supply. Low voltage is the most common cause for a saw to lose power.

With a new blade and cutting wood that is no more than 3 inches thick the motor should not bog down.

A bad connection can cause the motor to receive less than acceptable voltage. If you have access to a volt/ohm meter connect it in the same wall receptacle and be sure the voltage is within 10% of the voltage shown on the motor nomenclature plate.

It is possible the house wiring is not furnishing the correct voltage for the saw.

You could have a bad connection at the switch on the saw or inside the motor terminal box.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
July 15, 2010
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