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Longhornlover

07:39PM | 05/10/05
Member Since: 05/09/05
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I have just purchased a beautiful old gal that was stored in a old farmhouse since about 1947. It is a Craftsman radial arm saw and I can't find the model number. everything looks good and the motor works but the on/off switch is broken. It lookslike a alan Bradly toggle but the numnerds are not easlily redable. It has four leads. Two on each side--the screw sats for the connections are one large one and one small one on each side.

The ***** parts search says it is down for maintenance so I can't look there-- any help?? Maybe someone knows where I can fid the model number on this puppy --that would help a lot I'm sure.

William A. VonGast

carl21l

10:12PM | 05/10/05
Member Since: 03/21/04
173 lifetime posts
look for a tag with number format 123.45678.

the tag should say craftsman also. the tag will normally be mounted either on the table metal frame, of on the saw arm. most I have seen has been on the side or front of the table, but can be located anywhere.

JMHO

Carl
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