Craftsman 137.219090 Owner's Manual
Craftsman 137.219090 Owner's Manual

Craftsman 137.219090 Owner's Manual

9-inch drill press

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CAUTION:
Before using this Drill Press,
ream this manua_ and follow
a_l its S
Rules and
Operating
instructions°
Installation
Operation
Maintenance
Parts List
Sears°
Roebuck
and Co.
Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
USA
Part No. 157219090001

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  • Page 1 ® CAUTION: Installation Before using this Drill Press, ream this manua_ and follow Operation Maintenance a_l its S Rules and Operating instructions° Parts List Sears° Roebuck and Co. Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 Part No. 157219090001...
  • Page 2 ....120V, _ NZ, 2.2 AMP& Yo_r d_ press is _red _t _e _o_ _r _20V ope_on, HO_8_P_ ..1_ HP (M_. D_) _nr_ to_ 120V, 15 AMP branch _r_ _n_ u_ TA_L_ ..7o5/64" X 7o3/4" _5 AMP _ime de_ayfuse or circuit breake_oTo avoid shock or _re_ rep_ co_ }mm_iete_y _ it'_s worn, cut or...
  • Page 3 I4. REPROVE ADJUSTING KEYSANDWRENCHES. Fromthehabitof checking ;e seethatkeysaed adjusting wrenches a reremoved fromthetoolbefore Safety is a combination of common sense, staying atert and knowing hew to use your drdl press. NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNATTENDED. TURN THE POWER "OFF". Don't teave _he toot until it comes _o a comDle_e stop.
  • Page 4 SPECiFiC SAFETY NSTRUCTJONS 14 SECURE WORK. Use damps or a vise to hold the FOR THE DRILL PRESS work when pract}caL ft's safer than using your hand and ff frees both hands to operate tool 15. WHEN using a ddll press vise, always fasten to the _Me.
  • Page 5 This toot is ntended for use on a circuit [hat has a GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS receptacle _ikethe one i_ustrated in FIGURE A. iN THE EVENT OF A MALFUNCTBON OR BREAKDOWN, FIGURE, A shows s 3-prong electrica; plug and receptaae that has a grounding conductor_ ff a properJy grounded grounding provides a path of least resistance for etectdc current andreduces the risk of electric shock.
  • Page 6 TOOLS NEEDED FOR ASSEMBLY UNPACKING AND CHECKING CONTE NTS Hammer and block of wood Combination square If any part is missing or damaged dO nol plug the ddll Screwdrivers press in until the missing or damaged parl is replace& and assemb|y is complete_ Carefully unpack the ddH press ann all its paris, and compare against the illustration h ÷low.
  • Page 7 Motor pulley Depth stop suppotl Headlock Chuck screw Bevel I_k Support lock handle Base Column support TabJe Fence backstop Column supporl...
  • Page 8 DRILL BIT -The cutting tool used in the drill press to BASE - Supports drilt press. For additional stability, holes are orovided in base to bolt dMII press to floor, make holes in a workpiece. (See "Specific Safety Instructions for Drill Presses", DRILL ON/OFF SWITCH - Has locking feature.
  • Page 9 ASSEMBLY iNSTRUCTIONS HEAD,z&_OTORASSE_,eBLY (FIG, C) CAUTION: The head/motor assembly (1) is heavy, BASFJCOLUMN (FIG. A) Set the base (1) on the floor. Place the column _2_on the base: align the hoEes in Lift above the column (2), s}ide down the column as far the column support with the base ho}es, as it witl go.
  • Page 10 CHUqK (FtlG, E, F) SPINDLE SPEEDS (FIG, B} InSpect and clean the hole in the chuck (1) and the This ddll offers 5 spindle speeds from 620 to 3100 R.RMo spindle (2) The highest speed is obtained when the belt is positioned Remove all grease, coatings, and particles from the on the largest motor pulley step and the smallest spindle chuck and spindle surfaces with a clean cloth_...
  • Page 11 TO MOVE THE TABLE (FIG, L) Raise or lower the table (1) by loosening the support lock handle (2). Disconnect the drill press from the power source before making any adjustments. Move the table to the desired position and tighten the support lock handle.
  • Page 12 ADJUSTMENTS ANGULAR PLAY OFTNE SPINDLE (FIG. O} Move the spindle to the bwest downward position, take it in your hands, and try to make it revolve about its axis. If NOTE: All necessary adjustments for the proper functioning there is too much p}a_; proceed as follows: of your drHJpress nave been made at the factory, Phase Loosen the lock nut (1), do net modify them.
  • Page 13 iNSTALLING DRILL BITS (F|G, Q) Depth sca_e method (FIG. S} Open the chuck iaws Py hand, turning the barre_ of NOTE: For this method with the spindle in the up position, the chuck (1) clockwise, the drill bit tip (2) slightly touches the top d the worKpiece (1). W_TH THE SW_TCH "OFF"...
  • Page 14 GENERAL DRiLLiNG GUIDEL|NES POSiTiONiNG TABLE AND WORKPIECE (FIG, T, U) Always place a piece of back up matedal (1) (wood, NOTE: Use scrap mateda[ to get the feel of the machine plywood) on the table underneath the workpiece (2). before attempting regular work. This will prevent splintering on the underside of the workpiece as the drill bit breaks through.
  • Page 15 Fig. V To prevent the workpiece or backup material from being torn from your hands while drilling, you MUST position the workpiece against the LEFT side of the column, if the workpiece or the backup material is not long enough to reach the column, damp them to the table, or use the fence provided with the drill press to brace the workpiece, Failure to secure the workpiece could result in persona! injury,...
  • Page 16 Lubricate the chuck and quill assembly periodicalJy. Squirt or wipe a thin film d JightweJghtmachine oil on the For your own safety, turn switch "OFF" and remove plug outside of the spindle shaft and the iaws of the chuck. from power source outlet before maintaining or Raise and lower the quill and jaws to distribute the oil lubricating drill press.
  • Page 17 TROUBLESHOOT# G GUIDE To avoid injury from an a_idental staA, turn the switch "OFF' and a_ways remove the ptug from the power source before making any ad}ustment& ConsuJt your bcal Sears Service Center if for any reason the motor wil_not run_ REMEDY PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE...
  • Page 18 ORDER ONLY BY MODEL NUMBER AND PART NUMBER 03101 Pa_ No. 10200129 BASE 1020020182 COLUMN HOLDER ASS'Y SOC. SET SCREW MBx1.25_25 10202105A! TABLE BRACKET ASS'Y TABLE LOCK HANDLE 10602003 M10xl.5 10518401 10201201 POINTER 2898D08G24 ROCKER SWITCH M4x16-12 2_1MBDE11 OR. RE, TRUSS HD.SCREW 10212705 SWITCH COVER 2C88BBD_24...
  • Page 19 40" ® 1£t...
  • Page 20 ORDER ONLY BY MODEL NUMBER AND PART NUMBER 03/0I Part No_ S_ze 2501NNVN11 FLAT WASHER _/4x3/4_3/1 2641BBDA39 CR.REROUND WASHER HD.SCREW M6"1.0-!2 10208302 CLAMP-CORD 2668BBDA23 CRRE.PAN HD.SCREW M5x0.8o8 10207905A1 MOTOR PULLEY 2572ARK270 V,_BELT 10306901 PULLEY SET NUT 10207003 SPINDLE PULLEY 10306512A1 DR_V_NG SLEEVE ASS'Y 2801ABRP04 STRAIN RELIEF...
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  • Page 22 FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ff this p_OduC_f_i_edue _oa defect inme_eda4 or workmanship _thin one year from the d_e o_ purehase_ Sea_ w_II repair it free of charge. Confac_ a Sea_ Seodce Center for tep_. N this product _s usec_for commercial or renan! purPOSes, this warranty applies only for _ days from the date of p#_chase, This werrer_/g;ves...

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