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ISearsl
Serial
Number
Model and serial
number
may be found
at the right-hand
side
of the base.
You should record both
model and serial number
in a safe place for
future use. ,,
Read GENERAL and
ADDITIONAL
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
carefully
BE£ T AND
DISC SANDER
o assembly
® operating
® repair
parts
Sold
by
SEARS,
ROEBUCK
AND
CO.,
Chicago,
IL.
60684
U.S.A.
Part No 68034
Printed InUSA

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   Summary of Contents for CRAFTSMAN 113.22521

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    ISearsl Serial Number Model and serial number may be found at the right-hand side of the base. You should record both model and serial number in a safe place for future use. ,, BE£ T AND DISC SANDER Read GENERAL and ADDITIONAL SAFETY o assembly...

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    FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN BELT AND DISC SANDER If within one year from the date of purchase, this Craftsman Belt and Disc Sander fails due to a defect material or workmanship. Sears will repair it free of charge...

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    additional safe,/instructions for beUt and disc sander Make sure the abrasive belt runs in the right direction Safety is a combination of operator common sense and Always have the tracking adjusted correctly so that the alertness at all times when the finishing machine is being...

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    additiona8 safe instructions for beat and disc sander WARNING: THE 2-1/2" MACHINE PULLEY WARNING: ALLOW FAMILIARITY THE 2" MOTOR PULLEY FURNISHED, WILL (GAINED FROM FREQUENT USE OF YOUR DISC APPROXIMATELY 2700 MACHINE) TO BECOME COMMONPLACE. RPM AND BELT APPROXIMATELY WAYS REMEMBER THAT A CARELESS...

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

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    Locldng Bolts ....... ASSEMBLY ........Belt Table Stop ......Mounting Belt and Disc Sander On BASIC OPERATION ......Recommended Craftsman Floor Base ..Surface Finishing on the Belt ....Check Motor Rotation ......End Finishing on the Belt ....On-Off Switch ......

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    MOUNTING BELT AND DISC SANDER RECOMMENDED CRAFTSMAN FLOOR BASE NOT SUPPLIED IN CANADA If you purchase steel legs 9-22236 follow instructions furnished with steel legs Place the machine on the base, position as shown, align mounting holes MOTOR MOUNT...

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    assembly 1/2" WRENCH NOTE: The abrasive belt is installed on the machine at the factory so that it does become damaged during shipment PAPER Loosen both belt LOCKING screws, using 1/2" wrench furnished with the machine Turn both of the belt ADJUSTING screws as shown until...

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    6, Find five 3/8" Pan Head Self-Treading screws from among the loose parts, 7 Place Disc Dust Trap on yourworkbench and screw in five Pan Head "Thread Cutting Screws," 3/8" long Screw them in all the way NOTE: The holes in the Trap are not threaded but the screws are "Thread...

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    assembly 5/32INCH _SETSCREW ._WRENCH Place the disc on the shaft so that the set screw facing up Position the disc so that it isapprox 1/16 inch outward from the edge of the dust trap TRAP h_sert the long end of the 5/32"...

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    MOTOR BASE CLAMP SCREWS 5/8"' DIA SHAFT THREAD CUTTINGSCREWS 1 Place the motor on your workbench with the 5/8 Dia shaft (with key way) facing you Loosen the two motor base clamp screws and rotate the motor so that the ventilation holes are facing the side tighten...

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    assembly 1, Find four 5/16" _ 18 x 1" carriage bolts, flat washers, lock washers and nuts supplied with base, MOTOR MOUNT BRACKET _"_'/ __T_c)_; _rX_ Insert bolts through holes marked "X'" from behind motor mount bracket 3 Attach motor , place a flat washer and a lock washer on each bolt screw on nuts but DON'T...

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    6 Place the belt onto the motor pulley by rotating pulley 7 Snap the belt guard into position 8 Move the motor sideways so that the belt is in the center of the opening in the base 9 PUSH downward on motor to apply tension to belt and tighten motor bolt nuts...

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    assembly 3 To turn machine . PUSH lever Never leave the machine unattended until it has come to a complete stop 4 To lock switch in OFF position hold switch IN with one hand , REMOVE key with other hand HOLD_ WARNING: FOR YOUR...

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    CABLE MOTOR IANGER CORD Route motor cord behind motor mount, across the top of the base and plug it into the recep- tacle in the bottom of the switch Bring the power cord alongside the motor cord wrap the plastic cable hanger around...

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    assembly INSTALLING ABRASIVE BELT-TENSIONING AND TRACKING WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, TURN PULL WRENCHES IN THIS SWITCH "OFF" AND REMOVE PLUG FROM DIRECTION TO APPLY POWER SOURCE OUTLET BEFORE REMOV- TENSION ING OR INSTALLING ABRASIVE BELT° On the smooth side of tile belt you will find a "direction- al arrow"The belt must run in the direction...

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    8 IF THE BELT RUNS OFF TO THE RIGHT: Loosen the LOCKING SCREW on the RIGHT b, Place wrench on the ADJUSTING SCREW on the BELT MOVING right TO RIGHT Torn switch on and pull the wrench toward This will move the belt to the left...

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    assembay BACKSTOP BACKSTOP LOCK SCREW INSTALLING BACKSTOP 1 Find one 5/16" x 1" Hex. Head bolt and one flat washer among the loose parts 2, Place the washer on the bolt, and screw it halfway into the mounting hole Place the backstop into pos- tion and tighten the bolt When removing the back- stop, loosen the bolt but do not remove it,...

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    BELT ADJUSTING SCREW (ONE ON EACH SIDE) 1, BELT ADJUSTING SCREWS cause the idler pulley to move in or out for applying tension to the belt or for tracking it They are adjusted using the 1/2" wrenches See "Assembly" section ..

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    getting to know your beat and disc sander Loosen the table positioning lock screw posi- tion table approximately 1/16" away from the disc Tilt the table downward but don't tighten the loci{ screw, and position it as close to the disc as pos- sible.

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    basic operation SURFACE FINISHING ON THE BELT FLAT SURFACES Hold the work piece firmly with both hands, keeping your fingers away from the belt Keep the end butted against the backstop and move work evenly across the belt Use extra caution when fin-...

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    basic operation FINISHING CURVED EDGES ON THE BELT CURVED EDGES Finish outside curves on the belt table and inside curves on the idler pulley FINISHING SMALL END SURFACES CURVED EDGES ON THE DISC Move the work across the "Down Side" of the face of the disc For accuracy, use a miter guage.

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    maintenance WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, TURN SWITCH "OFF" REMOVE PLUG FROM POWER SOURCE OUTLET BEFORE ADJUST- ING, MAINTAINING, LUBRICATING WIRING DIAGRAM YOUR FINISHING MACHINE. Keep your machine and your wolkshop clean The dust traps around the disc ancl the belt are designed to deflect WHITE WHITE...

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    troubBe shooting WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, TURN SWITCH "OFF" REMOVE PLUG FROM POWER SOURCE OUTLET BEFORE TROUBLE SHOOTING YOUR SANDER. TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY TROUBLE Motor will not run. 1 Defective On-Off switch Replace defective parts before using belt disc Defective switch cord sander again,.

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    SWITCH ASSEMBLY SEE WIRING DIAGRAM ON PAGE 23 PARTS LIST Part Part Description Description *Nut Hex,, 10-32 37818 Relief, Strain STD541110 STD551210 *Lockwasher, 10, Int. Tooth •67023 Relief, Strain 68011 "Bracket Switch Mtg, 60256 Key, Swltch STD601103 *Pan Hd. Scr., 10-32 x 3/8 60287 *Screw Nylon...

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    CRAFTSMAN BELT AND DISC SANDER MODEL NO. 113.22521 SWITCH ASSEMBLY 61 60 Figure 2...

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    PARTS LiST CRAFTSMAN BELT DISC SANDER MODEL NO. 113.22521 PARTS LIST FIGURE Part Part Description Descrtpnon 47813 38834 1Disc, 9 inch Abrasive tBelt, Sanding 60254 68033 Bracket, Support Disc, Sanding (w/Set Screw) 60253 STD503103 *Screw. Socket Head Set, 5/16-18 x 5/16...

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    iSearsl BEi T AND DISC SANDER owners manual SERVICE that have purchased your Belt & Disc Sander should a need ever exist repair parts or service, simply contact any 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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