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doug seibert

06:46PM | 08/05/07
Member Since: 08/10/02
842 lifetime posts
Old Wood Working Machines has the PDF manual for the #199200 (and with a base # 199250)

Check the site.....scroll down to RAS #199200......The manual shows the standard legs....NO casters

The casters fit standard holes in the legs.....usually they allow the user to select their location.......I suspect you'll want the front two wheels to lock for easy access as you approach/move the RAS.......

http://www.owwm.com/MfgIndex/Publications.asp?ID=222

"...measure once.....cut twice....throw that one away and cut a new one...."

rosharo

12:48PM | 08/23/07
Member Since: 08/22/07
2 lifetime posts
Saw an old post where broho3 had a sears manual he could email as PDF.

That would be great if anyone can do that or tell me where I can get it.

Had mine since 1993. Need to know how to do an alignment.

Thanks,

Ross

doug seibert

04:42PM | 08/23/07
Member Since: 08/10/02
842 lifetime posts
A BobVilaPoster.....Jenifer....has recently posted the manual at OWWM.....THANKS Jenifer !

Use this LINK...Scroll down to Radial Arm Saws and locate your Model......""NEW""

http://www.owwm.com/MfgIndex/Publications.asp?ID=222.asp?ID=222

After selecting the manual .....You'll need to click the link once.....and then click the Link once again on the PayPal/Adobe page....(the download is Free, but of course they'll accept a donation)

Also you may also want to download the 133 page "Radial Arm Saw.....Wood, Plastic and Metalworking Know-How" circa 1969.....It has lots of woodworking info as well as alignment proceedures......table and fence building.......Jigs......

"...measure once.....cut twice....throw that one away and cut a new one...."

rosharo

06:09PM | 08/24/07
Member Since: 08/22/07
2 lifetime posts
Thanks Doug....I guess. Email said you had a reply but I can't even find my original post...the last 2/3 days.

Didn't find my model, 113.196120 on OWWM but maybe 113.197751 is close ehough or the same thing.

Thanks,

Ross

dplatz

04:47PM | 10/17/07
Member Since: 10/16/07
3 lifetime posts
do you remember what the recall was repairing? a couple of years ago I got the updated blade guard as a recall. The motor on my saw just died. Sears doesn't have a replacement unit but sells all the parts. I am not an electrician so I am stuck at the moment.

oilytailpipe

08:28PM | 10/17/07
Member Since: 05/09/07
7 lifetime posts
The recall was for an improved Blade Guard Assembly, it shields the blade more for your safety. You also get a complete new Table Top with the kit.

The saw was manufactured by Emerson Tool Co. They may be able help you with the motor.

Here is a link to the recall webpage: http://www.radialarmsawrecall.com/

Here is a webpage on a start up problem: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_to_fix_Craftsman_radial_arm_saw_starting_problem

I had a problem where it didn't want to start. I would take a good size screwdriver by the bit and would rap the motor with the handle. It would start. After having to use this procedure for 10 15 times to start the saw it did not act up again.

good luck,

Walt

dplatz

03:43PM | 10/18/07
Member Since: 10/16/07
3 lifetime posts
I saw the recall notice in a Sears store and did get the new guard and table top. that was an added bonus. I will look up emerson tool and see if I can get a new motor. Sears has all the parts but not a complete motor. Again, Thanks.

dplatz

05:29PM | 10/18/07
Member Since: 10/16/07
3 lifetime posts
After researching more and speaking with my Elec. Eng. brother both seem to think it is the Motor Start Capacitor. I have ordered a new one from Sears and will reply back if that fixes the motor. I found a good article here on repairing this model.

http://www.ridgidforum.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-9888.html

good suggestions and tips on repairing this saw.

Brianj51

05:50AM | 10/23/07
Member Since: 10/22/07
1 lifetime posts
since we are on the subject of owners manuals, does anyone have the operating(owners) manual for a Sears Craftsman Radial arm saw model number #113.197150?

Please contact me : [email protected]

Thanks in advance,

Brian
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