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kcfred

05:21PM | 10/10/08
Member Since: 10/09/08
2 lifetime posts
Bvmoney
NEED TRIGGER SWITCH (power switch). Where can I find parts for this saw?

Mullet

07:20AM | 12/27/08
Member Since: 12/26/08
3 lifetime posts
Hello KCFred,

I migfht have a spare switch for the Power-Kraft TPC2610A.

We needed one a while back and my father-inlaw found a place in Dallas where they had a switch that worked, he purchased 2 of them. I will have to look out in my shop to see if I can find the switch. I Also have the manual if you need a page or two faxed or emailed to you.

The problem I seem to have is how to grease the gears without taking the whole motor assembly apart.

Mullet

mk26loot

11:29AM | 01/30/09
Member Since: 01/29/09
1 lifetime posts
We also need a power switch for the same Radial arm saw. Did you find a place to buy a new one?

If so would you please send me the address to get one.

mk26loot@peoplepc.com

Thanks Jim

fow111

10:40AM | 02/24/09
Member Since: 02/23/09
1 lifetime posts
are bearings available for this saw?

If so what is the best way to dismantle?

Pete

Mullet

11:02AM | 02/24/09
Member Since: 12/26/08
3 lifetime posts
You can try these folks

Toolkraft Parts

P.O. Box 80777

Springfield, MA 01138-0777

Tel: 413-737-7331

Sales@Toolkraft.com

The Mullet

Dave

Mullet

11:03AM | 02/24/09
Member Since: 12/26/08
3 lifetime posts
Try these folks

Toolkraft Parts

P.O. Box 80777

Springfield, MA 01138-0777

Tel: 413-737-7331

Sales@Toolkraft.com

The Mullet

Dave

bgideon

04:28AM | 09/06/09
Member Since: 09/04/09
1 lifetime posts
I need the trigger switch for my power kraft radial arm saw model 2610c

Jawdoc

10:40AM | 11/19/09
Member Since: 11/18/09
1 lifetime posts
I have the Powr Kraft Radial Arm model TPC-2610C. The saw has worked perfectly for over 35 years under moderate use until today. It did not shut off until I unplugged it. Took the switch out and tried to disassemble it but the spring retainer broke and it can't be reassembled. Does anyone have a trigger switch for this model or a source?

jsundin44

01:33PM | 09/25/10
Member Since: 09/24/10
1 lifetime posts
I bypassed mine and mounted a control switch to the front of the cabinet.

This is the same setup I have seen in numerous lumber yards and I think is safer than the setting of the trigger lock in the vicinity of the spinning blade.

Another worthwhile modification I found was a 10 gauge dedicated circuit back to the panel.
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