Model #315108230 CRAFTSMAN Saw Circular

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Q:

need screw for circular saw edge guide 315-108230

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Finding needed parts to keep a saw running is important. While you wait for the expert, you might check the link below at Sears Parts Direct. I attached the link to this model below. I hope this helps.

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Barbara -
October 07, 2012
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The Sears Parts Direct.com site indicates an available #29 screw and a 28 nut, available for 3.29 each, plus shipping for the 315.108230 circular saw. You may want to take your saw to a near-by hardware store and use an appropriate sized screw that fits the hole over where the saw guide rectangular rod slides and a nut that fits that size machine screw.

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Adam -
October 08, 2012
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Thanks Adam, Tell me more about - Screw #29 and nut #28 - Do they have part numbers?

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jae -
October 08, 2012
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Hello Jae,

I would like to assist you with your parts search. I was able to find the fence part number, this link takes you to the only screw listed for it on Sears Parts Direct. The entire assembly, part number 623734-003 is listed here. I think that the screw is the part that you are looking for.

Please let me know if you would like any further assistance.

Jerry C

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Jerry C -
Sears Technician
October 09, 2012
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OK. Got them as; screw PN 703432-058 for $3.29 and package of 8 nuts PN 706404-007 for $2.16, plus shipping. Craftsman also sells a universal guide tool that comes with a variety of different sized bars that fit onto a plastic head, that can be incremented in and out in 1/16 inch intervals that would very possibly fit your circular saw or sabre saw. I hope this helps.

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Adam -
October 10, 2012
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Adam, The information you provided has been very helpful. It's amazing that the Sears repair man could not provide this information! I went to the Retail store two times and the Parts store one time! No one knew about the nut. No wonder the 8-32 5/8 screw "slid" though the hole and the 10 - 32 thumb screws threads were damaged when the man at Home Depot forced them into the hole. I'll have a chance at getting my project done now. It figures...... a NUT was the answer all along:) Thanks everyone for your help. J

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jae -
October 12, 2012
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