Model #31517430 CRAFTSMAN Router

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Q:

How do I attach router 315.275000 to table 9-25444? The bolt patterns are different.

A:

Remove the sub base from the router and you should be able to align the holes in the table with the holes in the router base.

You will have to rotate the router until you get the holes to align.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 14, 2009
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I had a similiar situation with my router and table a couple of years ago. I attached it in a different direction. My router, it was Craftsman, would not line up with the holes on the table. There was an option to spend another $30.+ dollars for a so called fixall insert. What I did was take the router base off the router. Afixed the base to the table insert. Then I inserted the drill bit into the holes on the router table, drilled and tapped into the router base. As I recall, a 1/4" x 32 tap. Afixed the two together with lock nuts, placed the router back on the router base and, voila, worked great, have had no problems. I can't guarantee it will work for every router but it may be a good option to try.

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Harold -
February 02, 2012
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How are the wires on a router model 315.17430 connected to a new switch?

A:

The new switch will likely need to be wired differently. It is a revised part from a different manufacturer. The new switch will normally come with wiring instructions similar to the ones shown in the image below. If not, you may be able to find the original wiring on your switch and wire yours according to one of the schematics shown below. Your particular model of router is not shown in the image below. You may not be able to find your original configuration below. If not, I recommend that you have a technician wire the switch.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
October 06, 2009

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