Question about Saws
Need drive belt no for rockwell table saw model no 34-660
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The BT3000 actually has TWO v-belts! Here's a link at the end of this solution to an exploded diagram. Basically you have a major disassembly, but it really isnt that complicated.
More great info on the BT3000 is available from the web site http://bt3000.com/
I have a BT3100 saw, and it is a good tool, but does require attention in maintenance procedures, but Ryobi did outline the necessary steps in their manuals. The above website also has the owner manual if you need one.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Ok, the motor turns, but throws sparks on the brushes. This is normal to an extent for universal motors used on that type of equipment.
Try reassembling the saw, and put a blade on it, then try it. If it runs, try cutting a piece of scrap 1x, both crosscut & rip. If the motor can't hold the load, you may still have to replace it.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 10' Craftsman
If this is anything like my table saw, you shouldn't need to remove the motor, just lower the blade all the way, reach in from the back and place the belt over the pulleys while holding the motor all the way up. If the belt is too short, it might be the wrong one. They shipped me the wrong one twice, I finally went out and purchased a universal belt (constructed kind of like a bicycle chain) from a local woodworking supply shop. Its been working great for 2 years.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
Exploded parts diagram is here.
They don't have the operator's instruction manual online, unfortunately.
If you need an operator's manual, the Delta 34-410 is a 10" contractors saw that's reasonably close. Please bear in mind that this is more for table saw safety and operations than specifics of setup. The 34-410 operators manual is here.
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Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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