Model #113197150 CRAFTSMAN Saw Radial

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  • Figure 2 - Base And Column Assembly
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  • Figure 3 - Yoke And Motor Assembly
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  • Figure 4 - Yoke Assembly
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  • Figure 5 - Arm Assembly
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  • Figure 6 - Guard Assembly
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  • Figure 7 - Table Assembly
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  • Figure 8 - Leg Set
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  • Motor 818888
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  • Figure 10
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  • Figure 11 - Guard
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  • Guard Kit 509398/99 Table/ Handle
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  • Guard
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Question and Answers

Q:

radial arm saw 113197150

A:

Thank you for your question on the replacement of the motor on the radial arm saw.

I did not know that the motor 818888 was still available.

It is great that you were able to get a replacement motor.

You will need to first remove the front cover by the handle for the bevel.

Then go to the back of the saw and remove the large nut and holds the through bolt that holds the motor yoke to the carriage yoke.

Next remove the two screws that are next to that back nut.

You should now be able to remove the motor housing from the yoke.

You may have to remove the indicators on the front of the motor for the bevel pivot.

Be very careful if removing the bevel lock parts as some of them are plastic and could break is handled roughly and there is no replacement parts left if you break them.

When reinstalling the new motor you will need to go through all the adjustments that you would if the saw was new out of the box and do not miss any steps that the manual goes through on set up. This will take a number of hours to accomplish correctly. Do not be in a hurry.

If you do not have the manual for the saw you can get a copy from our MML web-site under the manuals icon.

I hope this will help.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
May 18, 2012
Q:

Why won't the motor on my Sears radial arm saw model 113197150 run?

A:

Since it hums, the motor is apparently getting power. Make sure that the outlet is working properly with proper voltage. Check the outlet cord for damage. If you are using an extension cord, try plugging the outlet cord for the saw directly into a good outlet. If these tips don't help, you will likely need to replace the motor.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
October 13, 2009
Q:

arm on radial arm saw 113197150 Craftsman Radial saw

A:

Thank you for your question on the radial arm saw arm seemly drooping.

The first thing I would suggest that you check is to put you hand under the end of the arm and lift up to see if you can feel and movement in the arm as push up and let it down.

If you do then you will need to go to the back of the arm and column and tight up the slack at the back are clamp. If that is the case and you feel movement you can refer to page 63 in the manual for arm and column adjustments. If you do not have the manual you can download a copy from out site.

If the column feels tight with little to play then I would suggest that you adjust the table support arms down in the front to be level with the arbor on the saw. You can pull the carriage out to the end and then adjust the table support arms to be lever with the measurement of the arbor.

On page 20 and 21 it shows the process for aligning the table to the arbor just like if you just were doing the set up for the first time.

Please let me know how it went.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
November 13, 2012

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