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Craftsman 351.215200 Operator's Manual

4 x 36" belt 8" disc sander
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Operator's Manual
4 x 36" Belt
8" Disc
SANDER
Model No.
351.21 5200
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.
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$ Ba rS.CO _cr
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23738.01 Draft (06/16/05)

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  • Page 1 Operator's Manual 4 x 36" Belt SANDER 8" Disc Model No. 351.21 5200 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. _II_W.
  • Page 2 • Remove adjusting tools. Form habit of checking to see that adjusting tools are removed before switching machine on. ONE-YEAR FULL WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN TOOL • Keep all parts in working order. Check to determine that the I_thLsCraftsman tool fails due to a defect in matedal or guard or other parts will operate properly and perform their intended function.
  • Page 3: Tools Needed

    • Press one foot onto each comer of the base of the sander. Refer to Figure 1, Check for shipping damage. If damage has occurred, a claim must be filled with carrier. Check for completeness, Immediately report missing parts to dealer. The sander comes assembled as one unit.
  • Page 4: Power Source

    Figure 4 - Remove Cover and Attach Abrasive Disc Figure 6 - Using Table with Belt ATTACH TABLE ATTACH DUST COLLECTION Refer to Figure 5 and 6. Refer to Figure 7, The included table is used with both the disc and belt. •...
  • Page 5: Grounding Instructions

    GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS grounded wire system, WARNING: Improper oonnsction of equipment grounding • Many cover plate screws, water pipes and outlet boxes are conductor can result in the risk of electrical shock. Equipment not propedy grounded. To ensure proper ground, grounding should be grounded while in use to protect operator from •...
  • Page 6: Specifications

    * Avoid kickback by sanding in accordance with the direction- al arrows. • Keep your hands diear of abrasive belt, disc and all moving Refer to Figures 11 - 38. part_. • For optimum performance, do not stall motor or reduce DESCRIPTION speed.
  • Page 7: Adjusting B Elt Tracking

    ADJUSTING B ELT TRACKING • Adjustable positive stops are provided for both horizontal Refer to and vertical positions. Figure 12, NOTE: The horizontal limit stop is located on top of the base • Quickly turn the sWitch ON and OFF to check the traskJng. and the vertical limit stop Is located beneath belt cover.
  • Page 8: Replacing Abrasive Disc

    NOTE: There may be an arrow on the inside of the belt.The Use work stop to position and secure work being sanded. arrow should point in the direction of belt travel to ensure that Keep end butted against work stop and move work evenly across abrasive belt, Use extra caution when finishing very the splice in the belt will not come apart.
  • Page 9: Keep Tool In Repair

    LUBRICATION The shielded ball bearings in this tool are permanently lubricated at the factory.They require no further lubrication. WARNING: Make certain that the unit is disconnected from • When operation seems stiff, a fightcoat of paste wax power source before attempting to service or remove any applied to the table will make it easier to feed the work component.
  • Page 10 Model 351.215200 Figure 19 - Replacement Parts Illustration for Belt Housing 15,_...
  • Page 11 PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY, STD840508 5-0.8mm Hsx Nut* 23682.00 Side Cover STD870516 5-0.8 x 16ram Socket Head Bolt* 23683,00 Dust Deflector STD863510 5-0.8 x 10mm Pan Head Screw* 08686.00 4-0,7 x 15ram Pan Head Screw 23694.00 Platen with Label STD870510...
  • Page 12 Model 351.215200 Figure 20 - Replacement Parts Illustration for Motor and Disc...
  • Page 13 DESCRIPTION QTY, DESCRIPTION NO. PA_TNO. PART NO. QTY. 22121.00 23750.00 Bag Clamp Capacitor 22122,01 Line Cord Dust Collection Bag 16921.00 23721.00 Strain Relief Miter Gauge Assembly 23665,00 23653,00 Knob ,N/A Body 23654.00 23668.00 Bolt Locking Handle STD851006 6ram Flat Washer* Rubber Pad 23669.00 23722.00...
  • Page 14 SE DEBE DAR MANTENIMIENTO A LA HERRAMIENTA Si esta herramienta Craftsman tellers per cause de detectos en el • Desenehufe siempre la herrarnienta antes de inspeceionafla. material o en la mane de obra en un lapse de un a_o a partir de la tachs de ¢ompra, LLAME a 1-800-4-MY-HOME®...
  • Page 15 • Evite que la herramienta se encienda accidentalmente. Asag,3rese que el interrupter de la herramienta esti en la poaici_q OFF (apagado) antes de enchufada. • No fuerce la herramienta. Funoionar_ en la forms m_is eft- ciente a ia velocidad pare la cu_,l sa disafi6. •...
  • Page 16 • La Rgura 3 muestra i_s dimensiones de la base, los oriflclos de montaje y el espaoio necesado pare colocar el conjunto de la mesa y el conjuntode la cortes en posici6n horizontal. Perilta 24" 12" --.,,_ Figure 5 - Uso de la Mesa con el Disco Pare utilizer la mesa con le correa: •...
  • Page 17 ADVERTENCIA: AI conectar o desoonectar el enchufe del tomaconiante, no perrnita qua los dodos toquen los terminales o el ecohufe. • El anchufe debe conectar_e en el tomacorriente correspon- diente qua haya sido instatado y conectado a tierra dabida- reente, de acuerdo con todos los c_,digos y regulaeiones locales.
  • Page 18 DESCRIPC|ON • Aseg,',rese que el disco gire en el senOde de las manillas La Lijadora de correa y disco de Craftsman est& construida de del reloj. La correa abrasive debs avanzar hacia abajo.
  • Page 19 impulsor yen e! lose. Ajuste la tuerca de alineaciSn segL_n • Nunca empuje r_pidamente una esquina afilada de la pieze de convenga para centrar la correa en los tambores. trabajo centre la correa o el disco. [] papel o material abrasive se puede romper.
  • Page 20 use DE LA CORREA ABRASIVA PARATRABAJOS • Incline el conjunto de la correa a la posici6n deseada. Apriete DE ACABADO el peme de cabeza hueoa en la pieza de soporfe de pivote para fijar la posici6n del conjunto de la ¢orrea, •...
  • Page 21 CAMBIO DEL DISCO ASRASIVO Consults la Figure 18. • Desmonte el conjunto de la mesa. • Retire la cubierta del disco. Para esto, atioje y extraiga quatro tomillos. • E.ztraiga e! disco abrasive viejo. Para esto, desp6guelo del disco de aluminio. No es necesario extraer el disco de aluminio.
  • Page 22 MANTENGA LA HERRAMIENTA EN BUENAS • Reemplace todas las partes que est@n da5adas o que falten, CONDICIONES VAIgase de la Iista de piezas incluida para solicitar piezas de repuesto. • Si el cord6n de alimentaciSn estd descjastado, cortado o dar_ado ell cualquier manera, ¢.Ambielo irtmediatamente. CuaJquier intento de reparar el motor puede constituir un peligro a menos que sea realizado por un t6cnico profesionaJ.
  • Page 23 SINTOMA CAUSA(S) POSIBLE(S) MEDIDA CORRECTIVA El motor no arranca 1. Voitaje bajo 1. Verifique el voltaje correcto de la I{nea de a[imentaci6n 2. Circuito abierto en el motor o 2. Inepecoione todas lae conexiones de conductores oonexiones sueltas en el motor para ver que no haya conexionee sueltas o abiertas 3, Interruptor defectuoso...
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