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I have a Craftsman 16" Variable speed scroll saw and Model # 113.236090 and the hose that blows the sawdust away came off. I'm trying to get the arm off the scroll saw so I can reattach the hose to the bellows but it won't come off. Do you have to remove the Arm Bearings for it to come off? If so, how do you remove the arm bearings? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.

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SOURCE: Need manual for Craftsman 16" variable speed scroll saw

Go to www.searspartsdirect.com and search by model number.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: saw blade broke. motor won't run after changing

It would have cost more to have Sears fix the saw than I paid for it, so I got my meter out and by checking the voltage drops across all of the electrical connections in the saw , I determined that the on / off switch was defective. This switch is the same switch used to turn the lite on and off, so I took the switch out of the lite and used it in the saw. I ordered a new switch for the lite and will install it when the new one comes. Thanks for your interest and help. fletcher1

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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blade will not stay in scroll saw

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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SOURCE: My Craftsman 16" variable speed scroll saw worked

Try retightening the tension knob...not sure exactly hows its hooked on,but sounds like you may have backed it out too far.If simply turning the knob to tighten does'nt work,try either pulling up on knob a little while trying to tighten..or opposite-push down on it while trying to tighten...the idea with both is to get the threads on the tightening knob to catch the nut inside...my guess is it came off.

Posted on Dec 27, 2010

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SOURCE: How can I get an owners manual for a Craftsman 16"

I have one. E-mail guy1der@msn.com and I will copy and send one, no charge.

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