Model #U4375-9 HOOVER Vacuum, Upright

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Q:

craftsman 9" drill press ....

A:

To make the instructions more simple go to www.searspartsdirect.com to pull up a parts diagram or use the one in the owners manual.

Lower the chuck to the lowest position and use a plastic hammer, hard rubber hammer, or a regular hammer and a piece of wood to drive the chuck off the quill shaft. The chuck should drive off fairly easily.

Remove item 36 by removing items 19A and 20. Remove items 15 and 16, 17 and 18, and items 6, 7, and 8. Remove item 21, and item 56 also.

Remove the belt from the pulley then remove the nut that holds the pulley and remove the pulley.

You should be able to remove the quill now. You might need to clamp a pair of vice grips on the shaft and tap down on it to remove the quill and shaft.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
April 27, 2010
Q:

Parts for 9" Disk Sander

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Thank you for your question.

I have pulled up the model you have submitted. The disk is aluminum. I have searched for the arbor size but it is not listed. I will try to find the shaft on Monday when the manufacture is open. If you need to know the shaft size quicker, you can remove disk and measuring the shaft.

Please let me know if you come up with the shaft size before I do.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
February 12, 2011
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I heard back from the manufacture and the shaft diameter is .580. It is actually a metric shaft and is 14.68 mm. Please let me know if you need further assistance on the sander.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
February 15, 2011
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Q:

craftsman 9 in bandsaw

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Thank you for your question on the band saw making a funny noise when cutting.

It sounds like you are either running out of power from the drive system or the blade is binding in the wood. Is it possible that you are using a very fine tooth blade and feeding it too fast? Have you tried changing to a new blade to see if it improves?

If you will provide the model number of your saw, I can look into doing some research on the model you have.

Thank you.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
September 12, 2012