Craftsman Radial Arm Saw Manual?

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In order to use a craftsman radial arm saw, you need to decide what it is you are going to use the saw. You should always wear safety glasses when operating a radial saw. You also need to wear short a constricted clothing.
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The Craftsman Radial Arm Saw is a product that Sears has sold in their stores and the manual for it is available to download online. The manual includes information on the safe operation of the saw, electrical information, product specifications and glossary, unpacking and accessories, loose parts list, tools needed, labels, features, proper assembly of the product, how the assembly leg stand works, the mounting saw to leg stand, removing the blade, setting the yoke clamp, and more.
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1. Test making a cross cut. Hold the board firmly against the fence. Support the board fully and make sure it lies flat on the table. Pull the saw towards you. Keep your hands away
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I also have a Craftsman 113-29441 and I found this manual online at Old Woodworkers Machines.com that is only one digit off (113-29440) I saw another reference that these are the
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I tried your model # on the sears site but it didn't show a match, some times the spacing and dashes etc. have to be exact. I suggest you call sears (800) 252-1698. All craftsmen
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Have you looked at this site? http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdir…
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1. Test making a cross cut. Hold the board firmly against the fence. Support the board fully and make sure it lies flat on the table. Pull the saw towards you. ...
1. Test making a cross cut. Hold the board firmly against the fence. Support the board fully and make sure it lies flat on the table. Pull the saw towards you. ...
1. Test making a cross cut. Hold the board firmly against the fence. Support the board fully and make sure it lies flat on the table. Pull the saw towards you. ...
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