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Q:

replacement of blade belt on table saw 315218290 Craftsman 10" table saw

A:

Thank you for choosing Sears Parts Direct. I can certainly understand how frustrating it can be when needing to replace the belt on your Table saw. I did look into the model number you have provided and I have found information that will assist you in your repair.   

BELT REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES ON THE RYOBI/Craftsman 10" TABLE SAW

1. Disconnect the saw from its power source, and review the Owner's Manual for a complete understanding of the Rules For Safe Operation and the Warnings. Refer to the appropriate section of the Owner's Manual for detailed instruction for each item. If in doubt, call 1-800-867-9624 for Ryobi Technical Assistance.

2. Remove throat plate (ref.#13)

3. Remove the blade guard assembly (ref.#7)

4. Remove the blade (ref. #26), blade flanges (ref. #25 and the 1/4" spacer (ref. #27) and 1/2" spacer (ref. #28) from the arbor shaft.

5. Lower the motor and blade arbor to the lowest position.

6. Remove left cabinet panel (ref.#21)

7. Remove the saw from the metal work stand. Place the saw upside down on work bench, and make sure the saw is stable and properly supported to prevent unexpected movement.

8. Remove dust cover (ref.#23)

9. Remove the four screws (ref.#30) and two bearing plate screws (ref.#32) from the guide holder assembly (ref.#29)

10. Check positioning of shims (ref.#34) at guide holder, and shims (ref.#39on motor side of locker bracket (ref.#35). Check their positioning so you will be familiar with how they will need to be placed during re-assembly.

11. Hold the guide holder (ref.#29) firmly at tapered end while tapping on the blade arbor with a soft rubber mallet. As the guide holder backs off the bearing it is pressed onto, the shims (ref.#34 and 39) will drop out.

12. With the guide holder removed, the motor will free swing on the elevation shaft (ref.#65). Place a wooden wedge, or a small bundle of rags between the tail of the motor and right side cabinet panel (ref.#45) to help stabilize the motor as you install the belts onto the pulley system. Note: The wooden wedge will need to be approximately 1" in thickness. The necessary thickness may be different from one unit to another due to changes in production sites, and motor housings.

13. At this point, belts are easily accessible and may be removed by twisting outward on the belt in the area between the two pulleys, while rotating the pulley system. This will cause the belts to walk off of the pulleys

 

 

BELT INSTALLATION:

14. The drive belts have small V-grooves inside which match the grooves on the pulleys. Start the first three grooves of one belt over the first three grooves of the small pulley, then press the belt over the edge of the larger pulley following and pressing the belt onto the pulley as you rotate the pulley system with a 9/16" open end wrench placed over the flat sides of the blade arbor. Pressing the belt on while rotating the pulley system will cause the larger pulley to grab the belt and stretch it on over the pulley. At that point, twist inward on the area of the belt between the two pulleys as you rotate the pulley system. This will cause the belt to walk over the next grooves in the pulley.

15. Walk the first belt onto the pulley system until it is aligned with the last groove on both pulleys.

16. Walk the second belt on both pulleys using the same procedure. Note: the belts should touch each other, but not overlap.

NOTE: The shims must be replaced in the same position as they were removed or binding will occur. Follow this procedure:

A. Place a small dab of grease on the inside of the shims to keep the shims in place between the guide holder (ref.#35) and the locker bracket (ref.#29), and the motor holder bracket and locker bracket (ref.#29) while the guide holder is being secured to the motor holder bracket.

B. After the guide holder has been installed, apply light duty Loctite 242 (blue in color) to the four set screws (ref.#32) and tighten until they make light contact with the shims, then back off 1/8th of a turn. Elevate the motor all the way up. If elevation starts to become stiff or difficult near the top of the travel, back off another 1/16th of a turn on the top two set screws. Follow the same procedure for the lowest position of travel. Note: Over tightening the set screws can scar the shims and possibly cause binding of the elevation system. Under tightening the set screws can allow side to side play of the motor and blade.

C. Once the set screws are properly positioned, try to move the motor assembly from side to side. If any play is detected, repeat step B above until all side to side movement is eliminated

17. Use procedures 1 - 8 in REVERSE ORDER, reassemble the components.

USEFUL OPERATING HINTS:

1. Ensure that all guards and safety devices are installed and used as instructed.

2. Keep blades clean, and sharp.

3. Do not feed the material too quickly, do not force feed the work piece. Let the saw do the work.

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Let me know if this helps. Thank you for your question, Have a great day. 

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Natasha12 -
Sears Technician
December 06, 2013
Q:

replacement of v belt on 10 inch table saw 315218290 Craftsman 10" table saw

A:

Thank you for choosing Sears Parts Direct. I can certainly understand how frustrating it can be when needing to replace the belt on your table saw. I did look into the model number you have provided and I have found instructions that will assist you in repairing your unit.  

BELT REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES ON THE RYOBI/Craftsman 10" TABLE SAW

1. Disconnect the saw from its power source, and review the Owner's Manual for a complete understanding of the Rules For Safe Operation and the Warnings. Refer to the appropriate section of the Owner's Manual for detailed instruction for each item. If in doubt, call 1-800-867-9624 for Ryobi Technical Assistance.

2. Remove throat plate (ref.#13)

3. Remove the blade guard assembly (ref.#7)

4. Remove the blade (ref. #26), blade flanges (ref. #25 and the 1/4" spacer (ref. #27) and 1/2" spacer (ref. #28) from the arbor shaft.

5. Lower the motor and blade arbor to the lowest position.

6. Remove left cabinet panel (ref.#21)

7. Remove the saw from the metal work stand. Place the saw upside down on work bench, and make sure the saw is stable and properly supported to prevent unexpected movement.

8. Remove dust cover (ref.#23)

9. Remove the four screws (ref.#30) and two bearing plate screws (ref.#32) from the guide holder assembly (ref.#29)

10. Check positioning of shims (ref.#34) at guide holder, and shims (ref.#39on motor side of locker bracket (ref.#35). Check their positioning so you will be familiar with how they will need to be placed during re-assembly.

11. Hold the guide holder (ref.#29) firmly at tapered end while tapping on the blade arbor with a soft rubber mallet. As the guide holder backs off the bearing it is pressed onto, the shims (ref.#34 and 39) will drop out.

12. With the guide holder removed, the motor will free swing on the elevation shaft (ref.#65). Place a wooden wedge, or a small bundle of rags between the tail of the motor and right side cabinet panel (ref.#45) to help stabilize the motor as you install the belts onto the pulley system. Note: The wooden wedge will need to be approximately 1" in thickness. The necessary thickness may be different from one unit to another due to changes in production sites, and motor housings.

13. At this point, belts are easily accessible and may be removed by twisting outward on the belt in the area between the two pulleys, while rotating the pulley system. This will cause the belts to walk off of the pulleys

 

 

BELT INSTALLATION:

14. The drive belts have small V-grooves inside which match the grooves on the pulleys. Start the first three grooves of one belt over the first three grooves of the small pulley, then press the belt over the edge of the larger pulley following and pressing the belt onto the pulley as you rotate the pulley system with a 9/16" open end wrench placed over the flat sides of the blade arbor. Pressing the belt on while rotating the pulley system will cause the larger pulley to grab the belt and stretch it on over the pulley. At that point, twist inward on the area of the belt between the two pulleys as you rotate the pulley system. This will cause the belt to walk over the next grooves in the pulley.

15. Walk the first belt onto the pulley system until it is aligned with the last groove on both pulleys.

16. Walk the second belt on both pulleys using the same procedure. Note: the belts should touch each other, but not overlap.

NOTE: The shims must be replaced in the same position as they were removed or binding will occur. Follow this procedure:

A. Place a small dab of grease on the inside of the shims to keep the shims in place between the guide holder (ref.#35) and the locker bracket (ref.#29), and the motor holder bracket and locker bracket (ref.#29) while the guide holder is being secured to the motor holder bracket.

B. After the guide holder has been installed, apply light duty Loctite 242 (blue in color) to the four set screws (ref.#32) and tighten until they make light contact with the shims, then back off 1/8th of a turn. Elevate the motor all the way up. If elevation starts to become stiff or difficult near the top of the travel, back off another 1/16th of a turn on the top two set screws. Follow the same procedure for the lowest position of travel. Note: Over tightening the set screws can scar the shims and possibly cause binding of the elevation system. Under tightening the set screws can allow side to side play of the motor and blade.

C. Once the set screws are properly positioned, try to move the motor assembly from side to side. If any play is detected, repeat step B above until all side to side movement is eliminated

17. Use procedures 1 - 8 in REVERSE ORDER, reassemble the components.

USEFUL OPERATING HINTS:

1. Ensure that all guards and safety devices are installed and used as instructed.

2. Keep blades clean, and sharp.

3. Do not feed the material too quickly, do not force feed the work piece. Let the saw do the work.

Let me know if this helps.
Thank you for your question, Have a great day.

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Natasha12 -
Sears Technician
December 04, 2013
Q:

9/21/11 Re: Craftsman Gas Weedwacker/Model No 358.791050 Q: How do I remove exist'g Trimmeer Head /Replace w/ Parts no 537419215/Repair Parts Ref # 26

A:

Manage My Life is a great website to speak directly to an expert who can help you every step of the way to solving the problem you are having. An expert shall have an answer to your question within 24 to 48 hours. Have a great day.

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Alina F. -
September 22, 2011
A:

Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem with the trimmer. We do not have a trimmer like yours here at our facility. I was able to find a manual that has the instructions for replacing the line. I posted the image below that has these instructions. If you have tried these without success, you might have to replace the cutter head. To remove the cutter head you have to insert a small screwdriver into the lock notch. The second image below shows the notch. Once you have the screwdriver in place unscrew the cutter head. You will have to use some force to break it loose. I hope this is helpful. If you need further assistance, please reply below with more details.

Here is a link to order any parts you need. Sears Parts Direct .

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired by a Sears technician. Here is a link that will provide the nearest drop-off locations: Sears Home Services .

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
September 25, 2011
A:

Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem with the trimmer. We do not have a trimmer like yours here at our facility. I was able to find a manual that has the instructions for replacing the line. I posted the image below that has these instructions. If you have tried these without success, you might have to replace the cutter head. To remove the cutter head you have to insert a small screwdriver into the lock notch. The second image below shows the notch. Once you have the screwdriver in place unscrew the cutter head. You will have to use some force to break it loose. I hope this is helpful. If you need further assistance, please reply below with more details.

Here is a link to order any parts you need. Sears Parts Direct .

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired by a Sears technician. Here is a link that will provide the nearest drop-off locations: Sears Home Services .

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
September 25, 2011
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