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  1. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hey all, my first and only tablesaw that belonged to my grandfather let out the magic blue smoke a few days ago in the middle of a camper conversion project.. I took apart the 220v motor, and the temperature sensor around the rotor had burnt through, and I believe that led to it overheating and...
  2. Power Tools & Machinery
    I purchased this C-man 113.298842 a few days ago. It runs really rough. The motor without the belt attached runs smooth and I can’t feel any play in the bearings, same with the arbor/blade. This has a 1.5 Hp motor which I’ve read is heavy and known to stress the motor mount. When looking at the...
  3. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hi all, I recently bought a used Craftsman 10" bench saw (model no. 113.29943) and have had trouble getting it to work. I'm fairly new to both woodworking and machinery, so I'm not particularly knowledgeable when it comes to either. I was hoping I could find help troubleshooting on here and get...
  4. Power Tools & Machinery
    I just purchased an older Craftsman 113.29960 contractor table saw. I needed to upgrade from a benchtop table saw in order to get more consistent & accurate cuts as my carpentry side-job has grown. I am replacing some older parts that have worn out (pulleys & belt) but everything else is in...
  5. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hello, I inherited a craftsman floor drill press model # 113.213811 and seems to be running pretty loud and rough. There is a little wobble at the chuck but I'm not sure if it's the spindle or not. I plan on replacing the chuck, the quill bearings, the pulley bearing, and the belt with a link...
  6. General Woodworking Discussion
    I have an old 10" craftsman contractor saw. I've had issues getting the blade aligned to the miter slot. I posted a thread a couple days ago and got some good responses but its not letting me post a response for some reason, so I thought id start another after doing a little investigating...
  7. Power Tools & Machinery
    I did a search on this and didn't get any hits so will ask a questions here. I have an old '70s vintage Craftsman 113 tablesaw that works pretty well for my uses but I would like to retro fit a new fence - the stock fence is only so-so at best. Doing some internet searches I found...
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