Question about Saws
Please advise how I can remove the elevation control handle so that I can adjust or replace the height adjustment belt. Regards, Peter. e-mail: email@example.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to Dewaltservicenet.com and in the middle of the page towards the bottom type in either 7710 or 710 it will take you to another page and find the model 7710 on the left hand side and then click on the user manual section to the right of it. The manual is 24 pages long. Hope this works if not let me know and I will look further. Thank you in advance for rating the information.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: dewalt 7749 radial arm saw
According to the service manual this saw has a 120VAC single phase 2.5 Hp motor with a 5/8" x 1.5"long arbor. It has a maximum vertical cutting depth of 2 and 15/16". It has a maximum cutting depth at 45 degrees of 2.125" (2 and 1/8") without the lower guards. The maximum cutting depth at 45 degrees with the lower guards in place is 1.625" (1 and 5/8"
The service manuals (approximately 24 megabytes each) are available on line at Dewalt.com After creating an account. Then you should go here:
for the manuals.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
If the kickback arm you seek is the type that is a round bar with pointed fingers on the bottom, I had the same problem. (different model DeWalt) I gave up trying to find one, and finally just made one. It was pretty easy, and works very weill I bought a piece of steel rod (1/2 inch I think) a steel repair plate (from which I cut a pair of tear-drop shapes with a hacksaw and file) a 1/4 inch hex-head bolt (which had about 1 inch not threaded) and a 1/8 inch roll pin. I looked at various pictures on the web to determine the shape of the teardrops. I drilled a 1/4 hole in the 1/2 rod. I cut the threads off of the 1/4 bolt so it was still long enough to accept the 1/2 rod, the two teardrops, 2 washers and the 1/8 roll pin. Then I put an 1/8 hole in the bolt allowing enough clearance so that the teardrops would swing freely. It works like a champ. One minor flaw is that with only two of the teardrops (instead of several) and being separated by 1/2 inch, it would be possible to make a skinny enough rip that only one teardrop would contact the board being ripped, leaving the other peice unguarded.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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