Question about Craftsman 1/3 hp 3.5 amp 10" Band Saw 21400
I need to change the blade on my 1/3 hp Craftsman band saw but no longer have the manual. Where can I obtain another manual for it?
The blade length of the saw is 70.5" . You can get custom length blades on www.sawblade.com . You may visit sears site to get manual for that saw.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Band Saw Blade won't stay on
A lot of the larger band saws, and I don't know about your particular model, has an ajustment on the bottom wheel that tilts the wheel in order to track the blade. It is right at the axle and tilts it from there. If the back guide is a roller bearing I woud think you would want to roll all of the time. If a solid bearing block natually a small space where it will not hit is enough.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
You can go to the web page I am going to give you and you can enter the model number and you can find the part you have to order it from sears parts store. If if does not come up on the list then there is the 800 for sears to talk to the parts department and they can get you to the right place to order the part. Depending on how old it is it may take a couple of weeks to get it depending where it's coming from. Here is the Web site just click on it and it will take you there and thank you for using fix-ya.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
I have the exact same saw. It sounds like the key stock came out of the pulley attached to the lower wheel. I will give you a quick rundown.
-you will have to lay the saw on its side so you can remove the motor and drive belt.
-there are 2 seperate pulleys , the one connected to the motor and the one connected to the bottom wheel.
-loosen motor nuts and remove motor, pay close attention when removing motor 3 of the 4 studs have sleeve like spacers.
-once motor and belt are out of the way check the pulley on the bottom wheel,my guess is that the key stock came out and the pulley spins freely.
-loosen set screw,replace keystock and tighten.
-NOTE the keystock may have came out of the motor pully instead,check.
Now this next part is real important.
-once you get it figured out and are ready to put everything back together the 2 pulleys must be perfectly lined up, use a flat ruler, using your eye will not work.line the drive pulley up with the lower pulley. ( the pulley on the motor has a shoulder on it so when it is pushed towards motor it will be set in the right spot) .
It is either the pulley on the motor or the wheel that has lost its keystock.
It should be a easy fix,Good luck
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
Looks like are the motor brushes. If you need more help come back.Post /
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Posted on Nov 23, 2010
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