Model #315108350 CRAFTSMAN Saw Circular

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Q:

My circular saw started making noise

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Anna T -
April 13, 2012
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The bearing on the rear of the gear (item 6) is pressed into the housing and is not replaceable. The housing is no longer available for ordering.

When a bearing wears enough for the balls to come out of it, there is usually damage to other parts.

I suspect the saw is worn past the point of repair. I suggest you go to Sears.com and shop for a replacement circular saw.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
April 16, 2012
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The bearing item 6 is not damaged. The loose bearings came from somewhere else. If I wanted a new saw I could go to Walmart. I like this saw and want to know where the bearings come from without taking the motor side apart. If all you are going to do is tell me to buy a new saw, why am I talking to you. Ed

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Edward -
April 16, 2012
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Edward, I said the bearing on the back side of the gear must have come apart. I understood you received a new bearing (item 8) and the original #8 bearing is ok. When you find the balls that have come out of a ball bearing as you did, the bearing has worn very badly. I explained to you the bearing that came apart probably is on the other side of the gear from bearing #6. To know what is wrong inside the saw, you will have to take it apart. I am sorry if I upset you by recommending you buy a new circular saw. The information I have on your saw shows it to be 12-14 years old. I don't think investing money in a saw that age is best. You can buy a circular saw at many stores. Shop wherever you are comfortable.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
April 17, 2012
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