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manual
MODEL NO.
113.20680
Serial
Number
Model and serial
number may be found
on a plate attached
to your infeed table.
You should record both
model and serial number
in a safe place for
future use.
CAUTION-.
Read
GENERAL
and
ADDITIONAL
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
carefully
CRRFTSMRNo
6_- INCH JOIN TER-PLA NER
. assembly
o operating
e repair
parts
Sold by SEARS,
ROEBUCK
AND
CO.,
Chicago,
IL. 60684
U.SA.
Part No, 67018

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    owners manual MODEL NO. 113.20680 Serial Number Model and serial number may be found on a plate attached to your infeed table. You should record both CRRFTSMRNo model and serial number in a safe place for future use. 6_- INCH JOIN TER-PLA NER CAUTION-.

  • Page 2

    FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN JOINTER/PLANER This warranty_giVes you specific legal rights; and you may :alsohave other rights which vary from state to state. SEARS. ROEBUCK BSC 41-3 SEARS TOWE R CHICAGO, I L 60684 general safety instructions for power...

  • Page 3

    additionaB safety instructions for iointer-paaner Safety is a combination of operator common sense and 9. PROTECTION: EYES, HANDS, FACE, EARS, BODY alertness at all times when the Jointer-Ptaner is being used. If any part of your jointer is malfunctioning, has been WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY,...

  • Page 4

    Sharpening Cutter Blades ....Checking Cutterblade Screws ....GENERAL MAINTENANCE ....Installing Sliding Guard ....WIRING DIAGRAM ......Mounting Recommended Craftsman Motor and LUBRICATION ......Belt Guards ......TROUBLE SHOOTING ...... Check Motor Rotation..... RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES ....Jointer-Pulley Belt Guard Installation ...

  • Page 5

    ]-HE RECOMMENDED MOTORS DUAL VOLTAGE. prong in the attachment piug at the other end. THESE CRAFTSMAN MOTORS HAVE BEEN This plug requires a mating 3-conductor grounded type...

  • Page 6

    unpacking and heckmg contents: • i ¸ . • • • •• • Your: jointer:planer is ;shipped: complete in one carton (_thou_: motor or Stand)_ Qty. Separateatl parts from packing materials and check each 1 : Jointer-Planer ....... item ;with illustration and "*Tabie: of Loose Parts'.

  • Page 7

    MOUNTING JOINTER-PLANER ON RECOM- MENDED CRAFTSMAN STAND (NOT SUPPLIED IN CANADA) FENCE LOCK See page 27 for recommended stand. KNOB PARTS NEEDED Nuts, Bolts and Washers removed when unpacking Jointer. 1-1/4 IN. SCREW 1 - Round Hd. Mach. Screw...

  • Page 8

    Hex. Hd. Screws 1/4 -20x 1/2 in. 4 carriage bolts, 5/16 - 18 x 1 in., flat washers, lock washers Hex. Nuts 1/4- 20 and nuts supplied with Craftsman Stand. 1 Jointer Planer Belt Guard TOOLS NEEDED 1 Motor Pulley Belt Guard...

  • Page 9

    5/8 IN. DIA. SHAFT PAN HID. SCREWS 1. Place motor on your workbench with 5/8 in. dia. shaft (with key way) facing you. 2. Attach guard support bracket with screws. NOTE: The holes in the bracket are not threaded, the screws are "thread cutting screws"...

  • Page 10

    assembly BELT Install three clips on belt guard 90 ° apart with long tabs pointing AWAY from round opening. 7. Insert belt into open end of guard. _'_"BELT GUARD CLIPS (90 ° APART) 8. Snap guard into position as shown.

  • Page 11

    Remove knob and washer.., lift guard up. Place belt onto Jointer pulley by rotating the pulley. MAKE SURE BELT HAS NOT SLIPPED MOTOR PULLEY. Move motor sideways so that both pulleys are in line. PUSH downward on motor to apply tension to belt and tighten...

  • Page 12

    geffing iointer-planer WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY TURN SWITCH "OFF" REMOVE PLUG FROM POWER SOURCE OUTLET BEFORE MAKING ANY ADJUSTMENTS, FENCE TILT SCALE (BEHIND FENCE) :FENCE SLIDING GUARD OUTFEED TABLE KNOB FENCE LOCK 1NFEED TABLE KNOB SLIDE BRACKET : ..CUTTER GUARD ON-OFF SWITCH...

  • Page 13

    FENCE LOCKS AND STOPS. The fence can be moved across the Jointer to take full advantage of the "sharpness" of the blades. The fence should be positioned to the extreme right (toward pultey) but not beyond the end of the blades. Most of the cutting (usually jointing) will be done...

  • Page 14

    getting to know your iointer-planer 45 o ST KNURLED SLEEVE_. I_oosen 90 ° stop screw with small screwdriver and turn knurled sleeve which will cause fence to tilt. Turn sleeve in either direction until fence is square with infeed table; 90 o.

  • Page 15

    CUTTER GUARD CUTTER GUARD, Provides protection over cutter head. it must always be in place and function- ing properly, FENCE Check the guard to make sure it is functioning pro- per ly, a, Position fence to right for maximum width of cut.

  • Page 16: Getting To Know

    .getting toknow your iointer-ploner ROTATE BLADE OUT OF Insert a pencil in space at end of cutterhead to hold cutterguard open. PENCIL Place a straightedge (large square or long level) on outfeed table. First along one side than along the other.

  • Page 17

    h. Loosen four lock screws 2 or 3 turns with wrench. VIEW LOOKING UP FOR PARTS IDENTIFICATION Turning the LEVELING STUDS will RAISE or LOWER the infeed table. SCREWING in the studs will RAISE the table . , , UNSCREWING them will LOWER the table, a.

  • Page 18

    geffng to know your iomter-pJoner b;To turn machine on, insert finger under Switch lever and pull end of switch out. c. To turn machine OFF... PUSH lever in. Never leave machine unattended until it has come to a complete stop. d.

  • Page 19

    basic iointer-planer operation For your own safety, ALWAYS use the hold downtpush being cut. Small pieces of wood can tip over on the blocks when JOINTING wood that is NARROWER than tables or into the cutterhead and can be kicked back to- 3 in ..

  • Page 20

    ic iointer-planer operation Always feed WITH THE GRAIN whenever possible. If WITH THE GRAIN the nature of the workpiece is such that it must be fed AGAINST THE GRAIN, take very light cuts and feed slowly. AGAINST THE GRAIN USING THE HOLD DOWN/PUSH BLOCKS ALWAYS use the holddown/push blocks when JOINT-...

  • Page 21

    When planing wood 3/4 in. thick and NARROWER than hold down!push block, ti]t hold down/push block so that it clears the top of the cutterguard while feeding. Never plane wood that is thinner than 1/2 in ..because it is apt to split or shatter and thus has a greater tenden-...

  • Page 22: Replacing Cutter Blades

    BROCK OF WOOD t: Remove belt guard. :..2. POsitiOn fer_ce to right.., approximately I/4 beyond cutter blades . , . lock it in=. place. 3. Lower infeed table atl the way down. 4_ Place block of wood 6-3/4 in. long between cutter- guard and fence.

  • Page 23

    7, Remove the six lifter screws. (Two under each blade.) CUTTER HEAD 8. Clean cutterhead, wedges and screws thoroughly with SETSCREW Craftsman and Pitch Remover. Also remove oil from new blades, MARK SLOTS 9. Replace the six lifter screws and screw them...

  • Page 24

    .,..---SPRING :I_ST_LLI:NG :CUTTER GUARD SPRING:: : FLAT WASHER _"-" SPRING suPPORT ::'::: t, Remove €otter pin from pivot pin in cUttePguard:and LOCK -_PLATE remove guard (located underneath infeed table.) WASHER"_., Spring must appear in sketch from underside of in- BUSHING SCR EW feed table, it will not perform...

  • Page 25

    normal position of guard (at REST) when fence is stationed at MAXIMUM WIDTH OF CUT, is shown "position "A" NEVER ROTATE GUARD BEYOND POSITION "B'" BECAUSE THIS WOULD EXERT CESSIVE TENSION SPRING WHICH COULD WEAKEN BREAK Check operation of GUARD and SPRING, POSITION "A'"...

  • Page 26

    Clean them with Craftsman and Pitch Remover. with motor. Apply a thin coat of automobile-type wax to the tables power cord is worn or cut, or damaged in any way, and fence so that the wood slides easily while feeding.

  • Page 27

    trouble shooting WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, TURN SWITCH "OFF" REMOVE PLUG FROM POWER SOURCE OUTLET BEFORE TROUBLE SHOOTING YOUR JOIN- TER*PLANER. TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART ,,J,_ _ ,J J, ,,,J,, PROBi_BLE CAUSE TROUBLE REMEDY ,J,ll,u Motor will not run, I, Defective On-Off switch, Replace defective...

  • Page 28

    CRAFTSM AN 6-1/8 1NCH JOINTER-PLAN E R MODE L NO. 113.20680 INFEED TABLE SEE FIGURE 2 FOR EXPLODED VIEW --47 FENCE ASSEMBLY 2 SEE FIGURE 3 FOR EXPLODED VIEW ..-3 SWITCH ASSEMBLY SEE FIGURE 4 FOR EXPLODED VIEW FigureI...

  • Page 29

    CRAFTSMAN 6-1/8 INCH JOINTER-PLANER MODEL No, 113.20680 All parts illustrated in Figures 1 through 4 and listed under part numbers may be ordered through any Sears Retail Store or Catalog Order House. Order parts by mall from the Cataleg Order...

  • Page 30

    CRAFTSMAN 6-1/8 INCH JOINTER-PLANER MODEL No. 113.20680 INFEEDTABLE FIGURE2 FIGURE 2 PARTS LIST Part Part Description Description No:, No.J STD561210 21422 Pin, Cotter, 1/8 × 1 Spacer, Dovetail 67015 Guard 21219 Dovetail, Male 67014 21218 Dovetail, Female Table (with Name Plate) STD511107 Screw Pan Hd.

  • Page 31

    CRAFTSMAN 6-1/8 INCH JOINTER-PLANER MODEL 113.20680 21013 FENCE ASSEMBLY FIGURE FIGURE 3 PARTS LIST Part Part Description Description 21229 21013 Body, Fence Incr. Key No's. 10 & 1t Fence Assembly 21440 Plunger Assembly STD551210 *Washer, Lock, Ext. Tooth 21430 Pin Assembly, Stop STD511 t02 *Screw, Mach., No.

  • Page 32

    iml,ll i!ll Sears:l 6-1/8 raNCH JOINTER-PLANER SERVICE Now that you have purchased your jointer-ptaner, should a need ever exist repair parts or service, simply contact Sears Service Center and most Sears, Roebuck and Co. stores. Be sure to provide all pertinent facts when you call or visit.

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