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Can't rotate Blade Angle for Craftsman Radial Arm Saw 113.23100.


The manual writer may have confused knobs or may have used different terminology to identify the same part. A call to Sears might clarify this issue, but then again maybe not. Check operation of all apparent knobs and you may locate the correct ones.

Dec 03, 2013 | Craftsman Sears Radial Arm Saw Owners...

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Kitchenaid Professional HP mixer, motor stopped while making dough. I let everything cool down and with no attachments it will not turn on. As soon as you turn it on the motor gets hot but no noise or...


Open the Transmission Housing and remove the two screws holding
the Motor. Lift it off the gears and test run it by itself. The motor
should run normally at different speeds. If it does, then you can move on
to the gears. Manually turn the Worm Gear and make sure nothing got jammed.
The Bevel Gear should turn smoothly.

Jul 18, 2011 | KitchenAid KP2671 Professional 6 Series...

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I have an Artisan mixer KSM150xxxx. This mixer has been lightly used for about 3 years. The other night, I tried to grind meat with it, but it just wasn't pushing anything through, like the motor was too...


Here are 2 KitchenAid service manuals
This service manual is not and exact match for the KSM150 but the internal motor control parts and gears are in the the same locations and the troubleshooting procedures are the same:

http://www.kitchenaidparts.be/centers/servicemanual/mixer.pdf

And the bigger model service manual with nice to know info:
http://downloads.mendingshed.com/KitchenAid_Service_Manual.pdf

These should help you remove the gear. Having said that... here is what may have happened but it is going to be a stretch for a limited use mixer. There may be some wear on the bevel gear shaft and it is catching on the bearing. Before you go hammering on it get yourself some emery cloth / sanding cloth and PUSH the bevel gear back to it's installed position and spin the gear while gripping the emery cloth. Your attempting to remove any ridges on the shaft so that will slide out of the housing.

When it comes time for BRUTE FORCE... make sure you put a small piece of wood at the end of the motor shaft. (not in the books!) I have ruined a motor driving the bevel gear out and it smashed into the motor shaft. (something you do ONCE!) Ever since then I always put a piece of wood between gear and motor when Hammering. The bearing may come out with the bevel gear too. It is almost impossibe to use a bearing press to remove this bevel gear but you can use a C-clamp if your carefully positon it. (
Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

Apr 06, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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Motor will not turn on. Have replaced the switch but still doesn't work. What else could it be? I also file the motor bushings but that didn't help.


try 220sand paper on the round thing that the brushes touch then wipe with rubbing alcohol oh new brushes also just worked for me

Jan 08, 2011 | Dewalt DW715 Heavy Duty 12" Single -...

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I have a craftsman radial arm saw 113.23100 which has not been used for possibly 20 years. I cannot get the motor to rotate in order to make 45% angle beveled cuts. I have turned the bevel lock knob to the...


My craftsman 10-inch radial saw (model#113.199200) just stopped working. I had it in the driveway cutting some wood without any problems. It sat for a half hour and I went to use it again and it was running half speed then before I could even turn it off it just died. There was no popping sound or smoke, nothing! It will not start. Need help, please?

Jun 27, 2010 | Skil 10" Table Saw

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How do you install brushes for the motor? I removed them and cannot remember which direction they go in. I have tried every way but the motor will not run. It ran before I removed the brushes.


With the head of the mixer upside down. Back end toward you. The right side brush should be with bevel or narrow side up. The left brush should be with bevel or narrow side down.

Nov 11, 2009 | KitchenAid K5SS Heavy Duty Commercial...

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Hi, my dewalt 12 inch double bevel, is making a


This sounds like a problem with the electric brake on the motor.

Aug 30, 2009 | Dewalt Heavy - Duty 12" Double - Bevel...

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I have a 12" double bevel compound mitre saw, DW716. It appears it is not running at the full rpm's and bright blue sparks are coming out of the motor. I replaced both brushes and it's still doing the same...


The commutator is dirty. Take a light grade sand paper and slip it in the opening and turn the motor by hand while you clean the comm with the paper. Fold the sand paper or put it on a stick so you can make contact to clean the comm.

Jun 24, 2009 | Dewalt Heavy - Duty 12" Double - Bevel...

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DW705 Miter saw Spark in motor Compartment


Yes spark in motor compartment is normal. You only need to worry if you see a lot of sparks flying out of the motor compartment! Most power tools will spark inside the motor compartment (particularly if carbon brushes are used).

Bevel and miter could be off... Consult your manual for how to adjust these correctly, but usually the bevel has a 0-degree setting screw or adjustment, and the miter adjustment on the saw is usually done by altering the fence position... Again check your manual for specifics on your saw.

Mar 19, 2009 | Dewalt Saws

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