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CRAFTSMAN 315.175111 Operator's Manual

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315.175111
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CAUTION:
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Instructions
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first use of this product.
Customer
Help Line: 1-800-932-3188
. Safety
. Features
• Operation
• Maintenance
• Parts List
Sears,
Roebuck
and Co., 3333
Beverly
Rd., Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
USA
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Web page: www.sears.com/craftsman
983000-430
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    Safety Rules and • Operation Operating Instructions before • Maintenance first use of this product. • Parts List Customer Help Line: 1-800-932-3188 Sears, Roebuck and Co., 3333 Beverly Rd., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 Visit the Craftsman Web page: www.sears.com/craftsman 983000-430 6-04...

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    Warranty ................................Introduction ................................. General Safety Rules ............................. Specific Safety Rules ............................Symbols ................................Specifications ..............................Unpacking ................................Features ................................. Adjustments ..............................9-11 Operation ..............................12-17 Maintenance ..............................Accessories ..............................Exploded View and Repair Parts List ......................20-21 Parts, Ordering, and Service ..........................FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ONCRAFTSMRN ROUTER...

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    WARNING:Read andunderstand a ll clothing, and gloves away from moving parts. instructions, Failure tofollowallinstructions Loose clothes, jewelry, or long hair can be caught in listedbelow, m ayresultinelectric shock, f ire moving parts. and/orserious personal injury, [] Avoid accidentaJ starting. Be sure switch is off before plugging in.

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    SERVICE [] When servicing a tool, use onJy identical re- placement parts. Follow instructions in the [] TooJ servicemustbeperformed only by quali- Maintenance section of this manual Use of fied repair personnel Service or maintenance unauthorized parts or faiJure to foJlow Maintenance performed by unqualified personnel could result in Instructions may create a risk of electric shock or a risk of injury.

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    Important:Some ofthefollowing s ymbols m aybeusedonyourtool.Please study themandlearntheirmeaning. Proper i nterpretation ofthesesymbols willallowyoutooperate thetoolbetterandsafer. SYMBOL NAME DESIGNATION/EXPLANATION Volts Voltage Current Amperes Hertz Frequency ( cycles persecond) Watt Power Minutes Time Alternating Current Typeor a characteristic ofcurrent Rotational speed, a tnoload NoLoad Speed ClassII Construction Designates double-insulated...

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    Depth of Cut 0 =1=1/2 in. Input 120 Volts, 60 Hz, AC only CoHet 1/4 in. No Load Speed Model No. 315.175101 25,000/min Horsepower Model No. 315.175111 15,000 - 25,000imin Model No. 315.175101 1-1/2 Model No. 315.175111 1-3/4 Power Cord 10 ft.

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    DOUBLEmNSULATmON DEPTH ADJUSTmNG RING Double insulation is a concept i n safetyinelectric The depth adjusting ring allows you to adjust the power tools,whicheliminates t heneedfortheusual depth of cut. three-wire g rounded power cord.All exposed metal LOCKING parts are isolated from the internal metal motor The locking arm secures the motor housing in the components with protecting insulation, Double base.

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    VARIABLE SPEED DiAL (MODEL 315.175111) HANDLE oPOWER CHIP SHIELD HANDLE WRENCH DEPTH ADJUSTING RING DEPTH INDICATOR RING LOCKIN( SPINDLE LOCK COLLET NUT Fig,1 WARNING: Do not allow familiarity with your router to make you careless, Remember that a careless fraction of a second is sufficient to inflict severe injury,...

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    [] Layrouterdownontabletogaineasyaccess to WARNING:Yourrouter s houldnever b e colJet nut. connected topower supply whenyouare assembling p arts, m aking adjustments, installing [] Place wrench provided ontocoJJet nutandturn or removing cutters, c leaning, o r whennotin couterclockwise toloosen. use.Disconnecting routerwillprevent a ccidental starting thatcouldcauseserious personal injury.

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    ADJUSTINGDEPTHOF CUT [] Turn the depth indicator ring until the zero lines up SeeFigures 3,4, 5,and6, with the indicator point on the base, See Figure 5, Werecommend t hatcutsbemadeat a depth not exceeding 1,/8 in, and that several passes be made to reach depths of cut greater than 1/8 in, [] Unplug your router, WARNING:...

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    ADJUSTING DEPTH OF CUT (WITH ROUTER SPEED SELECTION CHART See Figure 7. CUTTER S_ZE The indicator point on the base can be used when MATERIAL 1/'4 1/'2 using your router mounted to a router table. [] Set the cutter at zero depth of cut. SOFT [] Rotate depth indicator ring to desired depth of cut MEDIUM...

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    HELPFUL HmNTS STARTmNG/STOPPmNG ROUTER [] Grasp handles using both hands. See Figure 9a. Always clamp workpiece securely before routing. [] To start router: Toggle the switch to the t position. A safe operator is one who thinks ahead. See Figure 9b. Always wear eye protection when routing.

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    PLACINGROUTERONWORKPmECE FEEDING ROUTER Placing yourrouteron a workpiece d iffers, d epending The "secret" of professional routing and edge shaping onthetypeofrouting: e dgerouting or internal r outing, lies in making a careful set-up for the cut and in selecting the proper rate of feed, WARNING:Remain alertandwatchwhatyou RATE OF FEED aredoing, D o not operate routerwhenfatigued,...

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    Feeding TooSlow DiRECTiON (EXTERNAL) See Figure 11. It is alsopossible to spoil a cutby moving therouter forward tooslowly, W henit is advanced intothework The router motor and bit revolve in a clockwise tooslowly,a revolving bit doesnotdigintonewwood direction. This gives the tool a slight tendency to twist fastenough totakea bite;instead, i t simply scrapes (in your hands) in a counterclockwise direction,...

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    DIRECTION ( INTERNAL) DETERMmNtNG DEPTH OF CUT Whenever youarerouting a groove, y ourtravel As previously mentioned, the depth of cut is important shouldbein a direction thatplaces whatever g uide because it affects the rate of feed that, in turn, affects youareusingattheright-hand s ide,Inshort,when the quality of the cut (and, also, the possibility of theguideis positioned a sshown in thefirstpartof...

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    ROUTING Yourrouteris a versatile toolandcanbeusedfor manydifferent a pplications, Youmayroutgrooves, carvedesigns usinga template, carvedesigns by freehand, tapertableandchairlegs,mortise door jambs,orcreatejoints, ROUTING GROOVES SeeFigure15, Whenrouting across thefaceof boards, s etrouterat desired depthofcut,place theedgeofrouterbase against w orkpiece, andturnonthe router, S lowly feed thecutterintotheworkpiece alongdesired lineof cut, WARNmNG: If desired depthofcutis greater thancanbesafelycutinonepass,makecutsin twoor morepasses,...

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    ROUTING WITH GUIDE BUSHINGS L_Z°uZ2__Jm When usingtheTemplate Guide BushingsItem No, 9-25082 withyour router, y ou must visually centerthe bit withthebushingbeforebeginning your cut, Your router subbase may be adjusted by loosening the screws holding the subbase to your router, Be sure to tighten locking arm before centering bit in bushing, After centering bit with bushing, tighten screws PILOT...

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    ARM TENSION WARNING: When servicing, use only identical Craftsman replacement parts, Use of any other Over time and with repeated use, the locking arm may part may create a hazard or cause product become loose. When this occurs, tighten the elastic damage, stop nut slightly.

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    THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE AT SEARS RETAIL STORES. Dovetail Template Rout-A-Form Pantograph Butt Hinge Template Template Multi-Purpose Router Guide Template Guide Bushing COMBF VEINING CORE STRAIGHT COMBI- HNGE COVE BEAD ARBOR DOVETAILRABBET OGEE, NATION NATION FACE MORTISING CUTTER ROMANO QUARTER- WiTH BALL...

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    CRAFTSMAN ROUTER - MODEL NUMBERS 315,175101 and 315,175111 VARIABLESPEEDDIAL (_IODELNO. 315.175111 ONLY) SEE NOTE NOTE: The assembly shown represents an important part of the doubte insulated system. To avoid the possibility of alteration or damage to the system, service should be performed by your nearest...

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    CRAFTSMAN ROUTER - MODEL NUMBERS 315.175101 and 315.175111 The model number will be found on a plate attached to the motor housing. Always mention the model 1 number in all correspondence regarding your ROUTER or when ordering repair parts, SEE BACK...

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