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Craftsman 351.221160 Operator's Manual

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Operator's Manual
10"
PREMIUM HYBRID TABLE SAW
Model No.
351.221160
CAUTION:
Read and follow all Safety
Rules and Operating
Instructions
before First
Use of this Product. Keep
this Manual with Tool.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman
Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
www.sears.com/craftsman
30981.01 Draft (07/23/09)

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  • Page 1 PREMIUM HYBRID TABLE SAW Model No. 351.221160 CAUTION: Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions before First Use of this Product. Keep this Manual with Tool. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A. www.sears.com/craftsman 30981.01 Draft (07/23/09)
  • Page 2 FULL WARRANTY • Keep power cords from coming in contact with sharp If this Craftsman Professional tool fails due to a defect in mate- objects, oil, grease and hot surfaces. rial or workmanship within one year from the date of purchase, call 1-800-4-MY-HOME®TO...
  • Page 3 • Handle workpiece correctly. Press firmly against table. as that operation is completed. Protect hands from possible injury. • Never turn the saw ON before clearing the table of all • Turn machine off if it jams. Blade jams when it digs too tools, wood scraps, etc., except the workpiece and related deeply into workpiece.
  • Page 4 • Do not remove small pieces of cutoff material that may become trapped inside the blade guard while the saw is running. This could endanger your hands or cause kick- back. Turn saw OFF and wait until blade stops. • Use extra care when ripping wood with twisted grain or 5"...
  • Page 5 • Do not use any blade or other cutting tool marked for oper- Hardware Bag #2 (not shown) ating speed less than 4000 RPM. Never use a cutting tool ¼-20 x 3/_,, H ex Head Screw (5) larger in diameter than diameter for which saw was ¼...
  • Page 6 SAW INSTALLATION • Install flat washers, lock washers and hex nuts (Key Nos. 3, 5 and 6) onto set screws. Hand tighten only. Do not Positioning the saw on a level surface (shimming may be tighten completely until tables are level. required) will improve stability and accuracy and prevent warpage and failure of cast components and welds.
  • Page 7 RIVING KNIFE TO BLADE ADJUSTMENT • Tighten four hex head bolts and lock washers (Figure 7, • Riving knife to blade clearance: the gap between the riving Nos. 5, 9 and 10) very securely. This procedure will set the knife and the saw blade should be an even distance table in parallel position and prevent the table from shifting.
  • Page 8: Install Miter Gauge

    INSTALL MITER GAUGE • Check with a qualified electrician if grounding instructions are not understood or if in doubt as to whether the tool is Refer to Figure 7. properly grounded. • The miter gauge comes preassembled. Unpack the miter •...
  • Page 9: Extension Cords

    WARNING: The operation of any power tool can result in The Craftsman 10" Model Number 221160 tilting arbor saw foreign objects being thrown into the eyes, which can result in offers precise cutting performance for all woods up to 3X_"...
  • Page 10 STARTING AND STOPPING THE SAW Lock handwheel (Key No. 2) by tightening locking hand knob (Key No. 2) clockwise. Tighten only until snug. Refer to Figure 7. The saw is equipped with positive stops at 90 ° and 45 °. WARNING: Never operate saw without blade guards in These positive stops allow operator to position saw blade...
  • Page 11 SETTING FENCE PARALLEL • Face of miter gauge has two holes for purpose of attach- ing auxiliary facing. Refer to Figure 9. • Miter gauge is accurately constructed for precision work. NOTE: Before setting the parallelism of the fence, it is critical Miter gauge is guided through T-slot with a roller guide that the blade is parallel with the miter slots in the table.
  • Page 12 TYPES OF CUTS/OPERATIONS • Tighten the two front adjustment screws (Key No. 18) until they just touch the guide tube, and then back them off CROSSCUTTING about 1/4 turn. This should set the proper amount of play Performed with miter gauge set at "0". Crosscutting is known in the fence.
  • Page 13 • Be certain motor and internal mechanisms are clean and The Craftsman stationary saw dado set maximum capacity is % I.D. x 8" O.D. x _6" width. are frequently vacuumed or blown free of any dirt. IMPORTANT: Always use correct insert. When using the dado LUBRICATION set, use caution.
  • Page 14 Congratulations on making a smart purchase. Your new The Repair Protection Agreement is a risk-free purchase. Craftsman Professional product is designed and man- If you cancel for any reason during the product warranty ufactured for years of dependable operation. But like all period, we will provide a full refund.
  • Page 15: Service Record

    Service Record Craftsman 10" Premium Hybrid Table Saw I DATE MAINTENANCE PERFORMED REPLACEMENT PARTS REQUIRED...
  • Page 16 SYMPTOM CORRECTIVE ACTION POSSIBLE CAUSE(S) Saw stops or will not start 1. Overload tripped 1. Allow motor to cool and reset by pushing reset switch 2. Saw unplugged from wall or motor 2. Check all plug connections 3. Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped 3.
  • Page 17 SYMPTOM CORRECTIVE ACTION POSSIBLE CAUSE(S) Saw makes unsatisfactory cut 1. Dull blade 1. Sharpen or replace blade 2. Blade mounted backwards 2. Turn blade around 3. Remove blade and clean 3. Gum or pitch on blade 4. Incorrect blade for cut 4.
  • Page 18 Model 351.221160 Figure 7 - Replacement Parts Illustration for Table...
  • Page 19 PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. 31072.00 Miter Gauge Assembly 31073.00 Left Extension Table STD541031 _6"-18 Hex Nut* 31074.00 _6-18 x 2" Set Screw STD852008 8mm Lock Washer* STD851008 8mm Flat Washer* 31075.00 T-Support Bar 18684.00 8-1.25 x 15mm Set Screw 04020.00 _-18 x 1"...
  • Page 20 Models 351.221160 Figure 8 - Replacement Parts Illustration for Blade Drive...
  • Page 21 PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. 31024.00 Lock Knob 31047.00 Motor Support Bracket STD851008 8mm Flat Washer* 31025.00 Handwheel Assembly 31026.00 5-0.8 x 25mm Round Head Screw STD852008 8mm Lock Washer* 31027.00 Tilt Bracket STD835020 8-1.25 x 20mm Hex Head Bolt* STD541231 _6"-18 Jam Hex Nut 31028.00...
  • Page 22 Models 351.221160 Figure 9 - Replacement Parts Illustration for Rip Fence and Rails 0 41...
  • Page 23 PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. STD523110 _6-18 x 1" Hex Head Bolt* 30983.00 Front Rail 31003.00 31004.00 Guide Rail 31005.00 Scale (Right) STD851006 6mm Flat Washer* STD852006 6mm Lock Washer* STD833010 6-1.0 x 10mm Hex Head Bolt* STD551025 ¼" Flat Washer* STD551125 ¼"...
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  • Page 26 Las Areas de trabajo desordenadas atraen accidentes. GARANTIA COMPLETA PARA HERRAMIENTA • No use herramientas mecanicas en ambientes peligrosos. PROFESIONAL CRAFTSMAN use herramientas mec_.nicas en lugares ht_medos o mojados. Siesta herramienta Profesional Craftsman fallara por causa de No exponga...
  • Page 27 UBICAClON • Revise para ver si hay partes daSadas. Verifique el alinea- miento de las partes m6viles, si hay atascamiento, roturas y La sierra se debe colocar de modo que ni el operador ni el obser- montaje o cualquier otra condici6n que pudiera afectar el fun- vador despreocupado tengan que pararse en linea con la hoja de...
  • Page 28 • Nunca p onga l acara o elcuerpo e nlinea con laherramienta sierra. Revise que lahoja d elasierra e st6 paralela alasranuras cortadora. delagufa deingletes yque elseparador est6 bien alineado con lahoja delasierra. Siseester serrando aIolargo e nese • Nunca p onga l osdedos o manos enlatrayectoria delahoja momento, revise sielreborde para esta aplicaci6n...
  • Page 29 DISENADOS UTILICE SOLO ACCESORIOS PARA LA SIERRA 120 ° • Las operaciones de corte transversal se pueden realizar de 24" manera m_.s conveniente y segura si se coloca un refrentado de madera auxiliar en la gufa de ingletes, sujet_.ndolo 5" de largo (tfpico) diante los agujeros proporcionados.
  • Page 30 Llave de extremo abierto Tapa (3) Cuchillo divisor Manilla Orificio de salida del polvo Escala (no se muestra) Conjunto de la rueda manual Bolsa de articulos de ferreteria No. 4 (no se muestra) Manilla de fijaci6n de la rueda manual Tornillo de fijaci6n de hexagonal de nylon, 1A-13 x %"...
  • Page 31 centrarse dentro de la MESAS DE EXTENSION DE GRANITO AVISO: La hoja de la sierra tambien debe abertura del inserto de la mesa. Consulte la Figura 7. F=T=7 ..Parte ADVERTENOIA: AsegQrese que la sierra est6 desconectada • _= =F°.C_}= 3osterior de la fuente de alimentaci6n.
  • Page 32 CONJUNTO CUCHILLO DIVISOR sierra. AsegQrese que la palanca de fijaci6n (Clave No. 14) est6 en la posici6n ARRIBA no fijada. Consulte la Figura 7. Monte el conjunto del reborde para serrar a Io largo en los ADVERTENClA: AsegL_rese que la sierra est6 desconectada rieles, colocando el pie (No.
  • Page 33 • Despliegue las barras de los brazos de soporte inferior y ADVERTENClA: AI conectar o desconectar el enchufe superior, de manera que el pasador del brazo superior encaje del tomacorriente, no permita que los dedos toquen las termi- en la ranura del soporte inferior y apriete firmemente nales o el enchufe.
  • Page 34: Especificaciones

    Peso .......... 432 Ibs La sierra de _.rbol inclinable de 10" modelo n_mero 221160 Peso de embarque ....... 485 Ibs Craftsman proporciona una capacidad de corte preciso para todas las maderas de hasta 3%6" de grosor. La sierra est.. ADVERTENCIA:...
  • Page 35: Ajuste Del Inserto De La Mesa

    AJUSTE DE INCLINACION DE LA HOJA ADVERTENClA: La operaci6n de toda herramienta mec_.nica puede hacer que salgan arrojados objetos extraSos hacia los Consulte la Figura 8. ojos y les causen graves heridas. Antes de comenzar a utilizar la • La hoja de la sierra se puede ajustar a cualquier _.ngulo entre herramienta mec_.nica, p6ngase siempre...
  • Page 36 • Coloque unborde r ecto a trav6s d elaparte frontal y posterior mesa. El espacio deber_, ser igual a Io largo de toda la Iongi- del i nserto delamesa. AsegtJrese que elinserto est6 perfec- tud del reborde. tamente nivelado conrespecto alamesa d elasierra. •...
  • Page 37: Corte De Inglete

    AJUSTE DEL CURSOR • No se pare directamente frente a la hoja pues pueden ocurrir contragolpes. P_.rese junto a esta, ya sea a un lado o a otro. Consulte la Figura 9. • Mantenga las manos alejadas de la hoja y fuera de su •...
  • Page 38 (la mesa para ranurar). • Utilice un patio hL_medo para limpiar la mesa de granito. El juego de ranuraci6n de la sierra estacionaria Craftsman tiene • Mantenga su m_.quina y su taller limpios. No permita que el serrfn se acumule en la sierra ni en el interior del armario.
  • Page 39 Acuerdos de Proteccibn de Reparacibn Consulte las Figuras 7 y 8. iFelicitaciones por su inteligente adquisicidn! Su nuevo producto Profesional Craftsman ® ha sido dise_ado y fabricado para a_os AVlSO" El grosor del cuerpo de las hojas de reemplazo debe ser de funcionamiento confiable.
  • Page 40: Registro De Mantenimiento

    Registro de Mantenimiento Sierra de banco hibrida Premium de 10" de Craftsman I FECHA MANTENIMIENTO REALIZADO PARTES DE REPUESTO NECESARIAS...
  • Page 41 NOTAS...
  • Page 42 SINTOMA CAUSA(S) POSIBLE(S) MEDIDA CORRECTIVA _a sierra se detiene o no arranca El interruptor de circuito se dispar5 por Deje que el motor se enfrfe y despues sobrecarga presione el interruptor restablecimiento La sierra se desenchuf6 Revise todas las conexiones de los tomacorriente o se desconect6...
  • Page 43 SINTOMA MEDIDA CORRECTIVA CAUSA(S) POSIBLE(S) Los fusibles o cortacircuitos se abren con 1. Motor sobrecargado 1. Pase m_.s lentamente la pieza de frecuencia trabajo por la hoja 2. Fusibles o cortacircuitos no tienen 2. Instale fusibles o cortacircuitos suficiente capacidad capacidad correcta 1.
  • Page 44 Your Home For expert troubleshooting and home solutions advice: www.managemyhome.com For repair - in your home - of all major brand appliances, lawn and garden equipment, or heating and cooling systems, no matter who made it, no matter who sold it! For the replacement parts, accessories owner's manuals that you need to do-it-yourself.