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Need a manual for a sears radial arm saw.

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Blog entry by CrustyOldGeezer posted 1760 days ago 2272 reads 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Obviously I have a self hatred problem.

I bought another Sears Craftsman radial arm saw for a—good—-price.

After I set it up on my workbench I noticed a minor discrepancy in the functionality part of the whole thing.

I did finally get the arm moved to the 90 degree position and locked into place, but please don’t ask me how, because I haven’t figured out how to undo that feat.

It has numerous missing/broken parts and a serious shortage of protection from the elements for a number of years.

It is a Sears Craftsman 113 23110 10”. manufactured in 9/1975

It is quite different from my sears 8 1/4” radial arm saw.

A PDf of the manual would be nice. The saw carriage works nicely, the motor seems to have plenty of power, and I need it in the 90 degree position for my purposes.

it just doesn’t work properly in all aspects of its design, and that is going to disturb me every time I turn it on.

I have done several searches and found other models manuals, but not the 23110.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank You in advance,

Drew



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MedicKen

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#1 posted 1760 days ago

This what you are looking for?

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Llarian

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#2 posted 1760 days ago

heh. I have that saw, and I believe at least one copy of the manual, but it looks like MedicKen has you covered. =)

-- Dylan Vanderhoof - General hobbiest and reluctant penmaker. http://llarian.etsy.com

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CrustyOldGeezer

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#3 posted 1760 days ago

AWESOME… just simply AWESOME!!!

I have more questions on the operation of the miter adjustments, but that is for another day.

Got way too many projects for today.

Thanks again!

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