Band saw repair guides
These band saw repair guides can help you get your saw back in action by showing how to replace common parts such as the blade and tire. And Sears PartsDirect has more band saw repair help for you, including DIY troubleshooting advice and maintenance tips for brands such as Craftsman, Ryobi and Delta. Search for your model number to find a complete list of replacement parts, then order the part you need.
These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your band saw.
If the switch won't turn the band saw on or off, it could be defective. Replace the switch, using these steps.
If the motor runs but the blade doesn't move, it could be that the drive belt is broken. Here's how to replace it.
If the saw blade is dull or damaged and isn't cutting cleanly, replace the blade following these steps.
If the band saw tire has stretched or is broken and no longer stays on the wheel, use these steps to replace the tire.
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