05:39PM | 04/27/10
Member Since: 04/26/10
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mcrawley96 at

Can I post it to one of the old tools websites?


03:06AM | 05/03/10
Member Since: 06/06/08
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You can post it. I need your address to send it to you. What state do you live in? I live in Va. My address is [email protected]


10:46AM | 06/27/10
Member Since: 06/26/10
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I need a manual for a Sears Model 315.11720 Belt Sander ? If someone has a copy (pdf) I'd appreciate one.


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02:22PM | 08/22/10
Member Since: 08/21/10
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Looks like it's my turn. Can I also have someone email me a copy of the manual? [email protected] Thanks!


10:51PM | 10/19/10
Member Since: 10/19/10
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Just picked up this beltsander from a friend but no manual anyone have a copy my email address is cyberphyr at


06:48PM | 11/12/10
Member Since: 11/11/10
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My email address is [email protected] I realy need to know how to change the belt. Like most of the messages that I have seen on this site. In advance, thank you.


08:25AM | 11/13/10
Member Since: 06/16/05
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The manual is OTW, however in the mean time to change the belt. Simply hold the sander so that the front wheel is on your work bench. Place pressure on the wheel until it moves in and clicks into a locked position. Once you have new belt on, place a screwdriver between idler pully and support bracket (right side center). Place pressure on idler pulley, pressing towards front of sander. The pressure wheel will click release and spring pressure will return to belt. Hold unit upside down, carefully apply power, and adjust screw on opposite side from where you released the idler pulley - it will adjust tracking in and out from striker bar.

Good luck!


08:52AM | 04/08/11
Member Since: 04/08/11
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Didn't realize the sander was such an old model but I don't feel like such a doofus for not being able to figure out how to change belts now with so many requests from people more talented than I with tools..I could also use a soft copy[?] of directions if you still have them. thanks


04:00PM | 08/21/11
Member Since: 08/21/11
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