Companion
Band Saw

Model #17221399 Official Companion band saw

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Owner’s manual

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Spring#65

Saw Diagram

Spring

Part #21399-65

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Washer#90

Saw Diagram

Washer

Part #21399-90

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Nut#86

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Nut

Part #21399-86

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Washer#20

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Washer

Part #21399-20

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Shaft#28

Saw Diagram

Shaft

Part #21399-28

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Washer#15

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Washer

Part #21399-15

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Screw#4

Saw Diagram

Screw

Part #21399-4

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Washer#7

Saw Diagram

Washer

Part #21399-7

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Gauge#80

Saw Diagram

Gauge

Part #21399-80

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Washer#12

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Washer

Part #21399-12

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Symptoms for band saws

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Main causes: dull blade, improper feeding, loose blade tension, not using a work piece guide
Main causes: broken saw blade, bad drive belt, damaged rubber tire
Main causes: lack of electrical power, broken power cord, bad on/off switch, faulty drive motor
Main causes: dull blade, using the wrong type of blade, weak drive motor
Main causes: damaged rubber tire, worn wheel bearings, loose blade tension, dull saw blade
Main causes: angle indicator needs adjustment, dull blade
Main causes: dull blade, using the wrong type of blade, feeding work piece to quickly, loose blade tension

Repair guides for band saws

These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your band saw.

How to replace a band saw on-off switch

If the switch won't turn the band saw on or off, it could be defective. Replace the switch, using these steps.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less
How to replace a band saw drive belt

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.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less
How to replace a band saw blade

If the saw blade is dull or damaged and isn't cutting cleanly, replace the blade following these steps.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less

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