Model #31523730 CRAFTSMAN Miter Saw

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Q:

Craftsman motorized miter sawmodel #31523730 oil 31523730 Craftsman Craftsman motorized miter saw

A:

Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

I presume you are referring to the lubrication needed for the saw arm reservoir. The manufacturer recommends using any machine oil for proper lubrication. Machine oil is medium viscosity oil that protects from wear, oxidation, and heat/friction. Machine oil is also known as sewing machine oil. It is light weight oil, about a 5wt, or 10wt. I recommend searching Sears.com for something like that, but this type of lubrication is readily available in most local home improvement stores and the like. I have linked Sears.com below for convenience.

Sears.com Machine Oil

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
December 18, 2014
Q:

How do I change the blade on a 10 miter saw, model # 31523730 ?

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Be sure to unplug the miter saw from the electrical plug before you begin to loosen the bolt. The bolt that holds the blade is not a counter clockwise turn. To loosen the bolt, turn the bolt counterclockwise. The answer I am sending you from our database is for a circular saw, but the instructions for loosening the blade apply to your miter saw as well. You will need to hold the saw down against a block of wood, normally the bolts aren't very tight and the bolt should easily come loose when you have the blade locked into the block of wood.

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expert -
Sears Technician
October 03, 2007
Q:

Can I fix a commutator on a electric Miter Saw motor?

A:

If part of the assembly has actually come apart I know of no repair that can be made in the average home or garage.

I contacted the manufacturer and confirmed that there are no longer parts available for this electric motor, it appears the brushes are only available as they fit several newer designs as well. You might be able to find an electric motor repair or refurbishing company that can help, otherwise it may no longer be possible to complete a repair.

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expert -
Sears Technician
July 03, 2007