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Elu bearings How do I change

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    nooboo878 Jan 17, 2013

    Does anyone know how to change the bearings on my elu sliding mitre saw? Any advice would be greatly appreciated

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    nooboo878 Jan 19, 2013

    The bearings are at either end of the blade shaft, and I believe there are 2on the armature , I have located them I just can't see a way to remove them any help is appreciated .

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    nooboo878 Jan 31, 2013

    Hi thank you for your reply, the model is PS174. I also thought about pullers, the problem is the bearings seem to be pressed onto the shafts and into place at the same time, ie the bearing is not exposed . Hope this makes sense.

  • Graham Feb 10, 2013

    When you take the the pully side off the machine the armature will come out as well. You might need to tap the end of the blade shaft to help it along. The rear bearing on the armature should come off with the pullers. suport the housing and you can tap the main shaft out of the housing and you will then find it easy to replace that bearing. the beaaring on the fan end can be removed by removing the fan and pulleyleaving the bearing to be pressed / tapped out of the housing. rebuild the armature/housing cover in the rverse manner remembering to make sure that you put the bearing sleve on the rear bearing if it had one (some old ones didn't) once the housing with the armature in replaced then fit the blade axel support thr left hand side as you tap it in with a soft mallet and make sure it is fully home other wise you will have trouble alinging the belt.. Sometimes when you refit the blade it pulles it throught th e last bit. If you need any more help than you can contact me at oasistools.co.uk

  • nooboo878
    nooboo878 Feb 12, 2013

    Thankyou for your help I will try as you say, if I get stuck I will certainly ask you. Thanks again

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Try using a pair of two or three leg pullers. You can also use a split plate and press them off if you have a press. You don't say which model ELU it is.

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