TILTING HEAD BENCH TOP BAND SAW WITH DUST COLLECTION Model No. 351.214600 CAUTION: Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions before First Use of this Product. Sears, Roebuck Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A. www,sears.com/craftsman 20859.01 Draft (05/30/03)
• Be alert and think clearly. Never operate power tools when tired, intoxicated or when taking medications that cause drowsiness, Warranty ........Safety Rules ....... PREPARE WORK AREA FOR JOB Unpacking ........• Keep work area clean.Cluttered work areas invite accidents.
IMPORTANT: Table is coated with a protectant. To • Never stand on tool. Serious injury could occur if teol ensure proper fit and operation, remove coating. is tipped or If blade Is unintentionally contacted. Coating is easily removed with mild solvents, such as •...
Plug must be plugged into matching outlet that is prop- erly Installed and grounded In accordance with all local codes and ordinances. Do not modify plug provided. If it Refer to Figures 2 and 3. will notfit in ou'dat, have proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
Refer to Figures 4 - 13, pages 5-8. clockwise all the way until it rocks in position to The Craftsman 10" Tilting Head Band Saw features alu- release blade tension (see Figure 4). minum frame construction and a solid cast Iron table surface to insure durability.
• When blade is tracking properly, tighten up hex nut • To check the blade tracking rotate drive wheel by hand in clockwise direction. and all four socket head bolts. • Properly tracked blade shoutd ride at the center • Proper tracking is achieved when drive and idler height on all three wheels (drive and idlers).
• Loosen socket head bolts (see Figure 11) and adjust • Position ball bearing 0.002" away from back of blade. lower guide bracket position so that rear of blade is positioned inside the groove of roller (see Figure 10). • Secure pesition of thrust bearing by tightening hex There should be 0.002"...
BLADE PITCH • Pitch describes number of teeth per inch or tooth size. A blade with more teeth per inch will produce a smoother cut. • The type of material being cut determines number of teeth which should be in contact with work. •...
WARNING: Make certain that unit is disconnected from power source before attempting to service or remove any component. CLEANING • Keep machineand workshopclean. Do not allow sawdustto accumulateon bandsaw. • Keep wheels clean. Debris on wheels will cause poor tracking and blade slippage. •...
Service Record Craftsman 10"Tilting Head Bench Top Band Saw with Dust Collection IDATE MAINTENANCE PERFORMED REPLACEMENT PARTS REQUIRED...
SYMPTOM CORRECTIVE ACTION POSSIBLE CAUSE(S) 1. Material not secure on table Excessive blade breakage 1. Squarely place work:on table 2. Blade too coarse for material 2. Usa finer pitch blade 3. Teeth in contact with work before 3. Placa blade in contact with work after saw is sawing started and has reached full speed 4.
Model 351.214600 Figure 14 - Replacement Parts Illustration for Frame 31 32 p,_33_...
PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY, 133: 20803.00 Front Door 20823.00 Spring 16080.00 20824.00 Switch with Key Locking Insert 00781.00 4-0.7 x 8mm Pan Head Scra_ 11 20825.00 Upper Guide Bracket 20804.00 Switch Plate 20826.00 Blade Guard with 05331.00 5-0.8 x 12ram Socket Lamp Assembly...
Model 351.214600 Figure 15 - Replacement Parts Illustration for Base...
QTY. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 20843.00 Head Mounting Bracket 20844.00 Base 20845.00 Pointer Assembly 8TD851005 5ram Flat Washer* 05331.00 5-0,8 x 12ram Socket Head Bolt 01081.00 6-1,25 x 25ram Hex Head Bolt STD851008 8ram Flat Washer* 20776.00 Dust Collection Bag 20777.00 Bag Clamp 20847.00 Bushlr_...
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