Question about Porter Cable Saws
Where do i get saw parts for a old rockwell circular saw model 346
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have repaired many craftsman circular saws over the years and find that they share some parts with other brands. When sears drops a model number you must try to discover who made it for them. You did not list a model number, however when I need to identify a saw w/o the number I look at old part breakdowns and look on ebay for similar looking saws. Try and identify which manufacture made it for sears. Many were made by skill over the years so I start there. Once I find a good match, I check for available new parts. If not available, I check pawn shops and small tool repair shops for used parts, even burned out armature then have it rewound at www.eurton.com If you value your old saw take the extra time to look around, if not buy a good used saw at a pawn shop. I prefer Makita or Milwaukee good used about 40-70$; good used craftsman 20-30$, take a good look at the armature commutator and check that the arbor bearing is tight. Good Luck and email if you have questions.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
you can try going to Dewaltservicenet.com and locating it that way but with only the serial number it would be impossible. Is there any numbers on it to indicate the model or partial model and you can pull up breakdowns that way.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
Well, here is the link for the breakdown of your peticular saw
As far as the manual, the closest you will get without finding one at a garage sale is the 368-1 Type 1. When Porter-Cable absorbed Rockwell's tool line, they kept this saw and threw a -1 on the end. Some parts are different, but the operation is the same, thus, the manual should provide any information you may need, but I'm sure that you would just like to have it, and probably don't need it. Here is the link for that. Just click on the Instruction PDF Icon.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
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Hi bob..... go to searspartsdirect.com Enter the model number and you should be able to order the part. The only time you might run into trouble is when a tool is over ten years old. Joe
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Posted on Dec 23, 2010
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