03:26AM | 02/27/04
Member Since: 02/26/04
1 lifetime posts
I need a wiring diagram for a craftsman router 315.175060 variable speed. The owner manual has a great diagram for the handle control circuit, but I lost my drawing of the wiring connection for the upper end of the unit. Need to know what wire connect to the others! Here are the wires the white wire from the power cord, on the cable coming from the handle they are red, white and purple, from the printed circuit board the brown wire, and coming from the motor the red and black. Any info would be helpful. ***** doesn't have this info and don't know were to get it!!! I've been trying for three day now to find this out. I thought the diagram would come with the parts.

Power cord

Red wire

Handle cable

Red wire

White wire

Purple wire

From the circuit board

Brown wire

Coming from the motor

Black wire

Red wire

ThanksMay Peace be with You all the days of Yor Life.



03:00PM | 11/15/06
Member Since: 11/14/06
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I too (unwisely) disconnected all the wires of my (Model 315. 17491) router. Were you successful in getting wiring information? If so, I would greatly appreciate ALL wiring information you have (handle AND motor).

Thank You.

George in Irving, TX


05:15AM | 11/19/06
Member Since: 09/18/06
64 lifetime posts
go to enter in model number select model go next page scroll down to wiring and it will show you the diagram


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