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ENGLISH
Lubrication
All of the bearings in this tool are lubricated with a
su cient amount of high grade lubricant for the life of the
unit under normal operating conditions. Therefore, no
further lubrication is required.
Storage
After operation of the tool has been completed, check that
the following has been performed:
• Switch is in OFF position.
• Power plug has been removed from the receptacle.
When the tool is not use, keep it stored in a dry place out of
the reach of children.

TROUBLESHOOTING

WARNING: To avoid injury from an accidental start,
turn the switch OFF and always remove the plug from
the power source before making any adjustments.
All electrical or mechanical repairs should be done
only by quali ed service technicians. Contact
CRAFTSMAN Authorized Service Center.
Consult CRAFTSMAN Authorized Service Center if for
any reason the motor will not run.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Excess vibration.
• Blade is out of balance.
• Blade is damaged.
• Saw is not mounted
securely.
• Work surface is uneven.
• Blade is warped.
Rip fence does not
• Rip fence not mounted
move smoothly.
correctly.
• Rails are dirty or sticky.
• Clamp screw is out of
adjustment.
Rip fence does not
• Clamp screw is out of
lock at rear.
adjustment.
Cutting binds or
• Blade is dull.
burns work.
• Blade is heeling.
• Work is fed too fast.
• Rip fence is misaligned.
• Wood is warped.
• Riving knife is out of
alignment.
Wood edges away
• Blade not properly
from rip fence when
sharpened or set.
ripping.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

SOLUTION
FREE WARNING LABEL REPLACEMENT: If your warning labels
• Replace blade.
• Replace blade.
become illegible or are missing, call 1-888-331-4569 for a
• Tighten all hardware.
free replacement.
• Reposition on at
For replacement parts, call our customer service department
surface. Adjust legs of
at 1-888-331-4569, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m., EST, Monday - Friday.
optional stand.
• Check saw blade
installation. Replace
blade if necessary.
• Remount the rip fence.
• Clean and wax rails.
• Adjust clamp screw
counterclockwise.
• Adjust clamp screw
clockwise.
• Replace or sharpen blade.
• See "Adjusting the blade
parallel to the miter
gauge groove".
• Slow the feed rate.
• Align the rip fence.
• Replace the wood.
Always cut with convex
side to table surface.
• Align the riving knife
and saw blade.
• Resharpen or set blade.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Saw does not make
• Positive stops located on
accurate 90˚ or 45˚
bevel track on the front
cuts.
need adjusting(Bevel
Cuts).
• Miter gauge is
misaligned (Miter
Cuts).
Height/bevel
• Gears or screw post
adjusting
inside cabinet are
handwheel is hard
clogged with saw dust.
to turn.
Saw does not start. • Motor cord or wall cord
is not plugged in.
• Circuit fuse is blown.
• Circuit breaker is tripped.
• Cord or switch is
damaged.
Blade makes poor
• Blade is dull or dirty.
cuts.
• Blade is wrong type for
cut being made.
• Blade is mounted
backwards.
Motor labors in
• Blade not proper for rip
rip cut.
cut.
B
A
E
D
PART
DESCRIPTION
A
Blade guard
B
Miter gauge
C
Rip fence
D
Table insert
E
Push stick
F
Blade locking assembly
SOLUTION
• Adjust the positive stops.
• Adjust the miter gauge.
• Clean the gears or screw
post.
• Plug in motor cord or
wall cord.
• Replace circuit fuse.
• Reset circuit breaker.
• Have the cord or switch
replaced at your nearest
authorized service center.
• Clean, sharpen, or
replace blade.
• Replace with correct
type.
• Remount blade.
• Change blade; rip blade
typically has fewer teeth.
C
F
PART #
127092201
127092202
127092203
127092204
127092205
127092206

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