08:29PM | 05/28/09
Member Since: 12/16/06
3 lifetime posts
Looking for model 315.175040 1 and 1/2 H.P., also 315.17551 1 H. P. I sent and asked Sears on website. They say out of print. So I asked if they could give me a manual that is old but current and was about the same or comes close to those manuals. I got same answer, that it was out of date. Could someone give me a model no. manual no. close to these and I will order. Locally we have a repair Craftsman store close by and they give you a copy if they have one. Thanks for anyone's help. New member. Love the website. Maybe I can help in return sometime.

doug seibert

01:49AM | 05/29/09
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
Try the Sears Manage My Home site......

"......measure Once.....cut Twice....

throw that one away and cut a new one...."


11:45PM | 05/29/09
Member Since: 12/16/06
3 lifetime posts
Thanks Doug for the router manual. That was greatly appreciated. You made my day today. By the number of replys you have sent over the years you have really helped a lot of people. I hope you are greatly rewarded back in many other ways. Let me know when I can return the favor sometime and I will try to if I can. Is there a manual or some kind of print out diagram on rewiring an old Black and Decker 3/8 inch electric drill, no. 7190,type 1, variable speed, reversing. No. on bottom is 9329-F if that helps. I have new cord but haven't torn apart yet. Want to make sure it is put back together correctly. If not I will post later thanks, again.


12:42PM | 03/31/10
Member Since: 03/30/10
1 lifetime posts
I have a Craftsman 315.17551 router and I really need an owners manual for it.

I am new to woodworking and this is my starter router and I need this manual.

Can anyone help me out?



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