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Looking for part for Clarke mitter saw model 1012 Plastic part that screws to table directly under where blade goes thur table top. Books says part number is bt 1012

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  • boodybll1 Jun 30, 2009

    There was nothing in the link as to a part for my Clarke mitter saw model 1012

  • boodybll1 Jun 30, 2009

    looking for a part for a Clarke Miter saw Model 1012

  • boodybll1 Jun 30, 2009

    wrong clarke this clarke only handles floor cleaning equipment.

  • boodybll1 Jun 30, 2009

    need part for a Clarke mitter saw model 1012

  • boodybll1 Jun 30, 2009

    parts for clarke mitter saw model 1012

  • boodybll1 Jun 30, 2009

    CLARKE IS OUT OF BUSINESS THAT IS WHY I AM LOOKING FOR A PART

  • boodybll1 Jun 30, 2009

    need part for Clarke mitter saw model l012

  • boodybll1 Jun 30, 2009

    I tried calling Clarke they are in chapter 11 not open any other ideas

  • boodybll1 Jun 30, 2009

    try calling the 8oo number yourself you will see what I mean. Stores are only sell what they have on stock

  • boodybll1 Jul 01, 2009

    need part for clarke mitter saw model 1012

  • boodybll1 Jul 01, 2009

    need part clarke mitter saw model 1012

  • boodybll1 Jul 01, 2009

    need part for clarke mitter saw model 1012

  • boodybll1 Jul 01, 2009

    I looked on ebay. Where did you find it and what did you look under?

  • boodybll1 Jul 01, 2009

    clarke saw parts model 1012

  • boodybll1 Jul 01, 2009

    parts for clarke miter saw modle 1012

  • boodybll1 Jul 01, 2009

    They do not carry clarke saw parts

  • boodybll1 Jul 02, 2009

    SEEMS LIKE NO ONE KNOWS WHERE TO GET THE PART SO I WILL QUIT TRYING THANK YOU BILL

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Hi,

To be really honest, looking by Part Number would not yield any result. Let me provide you with the link for Best People for accessories for Clarke Miter Saw :-

1. http://www.mitersaws-store.com

Call them at :-

(800) 718-1710

2. http://www.toolbarn.com/category/mitersawacc/

Call them at :-

(866) 597-3850 M-F 8-5pm CDT

These would be the best options i believe.

Hope i helped you.

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Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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    taran_2005 Jul 02, 2009

    Hi,

    I am afraid in this case, if possible look for the Part/Substitute from the local store. I have already searched extensively and no where i found this part number .

    I agree it's frustrating, but that would be the Best solution.

    DO RATE THE SOLUTION.

    Thanks for using "Fixya".


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You should try to go to your local Lowes and see if they have what you are looking for. If not there try Home Depot

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On ebay you can find the part by looking up the part and the result i just found it you can order it for a cheap price that is how you find and thank you

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Just copy this site for more information,

http://forums.jlconline.com/forums/showthread.php?p=469839

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'm not sure I completely understand your question, but I "think" what you mean is if the height of the blade is important. Yes, it's important for a couple of reasons, here's why:

First, the angle in which the tooth of a sawblade cuts the wood will affect the quality of the cut. When the blade is low, just barely popping though the surface of the wood, the angle at which the tip of the blade is coming though the wood is a very low angle. This means that the teeth are engaged into the wood for just a millisecond longer than if the blade was higher, and coming down (or up) through the wood at a more severe angle. This angle not only affects the quality of the cut, but also the heat that builds up within the saw kerf.

Cuts with a low angle can be inferior to cuts with a higher blade angle. Luckily, sharp blades make this difference very minimal.

More importantly, especially for the amateur woodworker, is the height of the blade in relation to the wood because of safety issues. The less of the blade that pops through the wood, the better, in terms of having actual blade exposed and potentially cutting someone.

Now I'm not sure if you were talking about an actual circular saw, in which the blade is exposed on the bottom of your wood, or a tablesaw, on which the blade is exposed on top of your wood. Either way, the potential of being cut from that exposed part of the blade is the true "danger" point.

I tell my students to adjust the blade so a mere 1/8" is poking through the wood. If anything should come into contact with that little sliver of blade popping through the wood, the damage is limited, and at least you're not going to lose a finger with only an 1/8" deep cut. Or at least that's the theory!






I can help with your warped table problem, I'll need a little more information. What is the top made of - solid wood, or some composite material, like MDF or plywood?

How is it attached on the underside to it's base?

Is the top treated the same way as the bottom? Like - if there's felt on the top, is the bottom bare wood, or does it have some sort of covering on it, too?

Is it in a room that is climate controlled? Or in an unheated patio room, in which there is no heat/air conditioning?

Wood tends to warp for a couple of reasons, the main culprit is humidity in the air. That's why a drawer or door might be hard to open at certain times of the year, and easier other times. I suspect that your poker table top is moving with possible heat in your home. It's drying out, and as that moisture leaves, it's warping.

Look under the table to see how it is attached to it's base. Is there any way to press the table into being flat again, and then adding some screws to hold it that way? Keep in mind if it's solid wood and you do this, it might crack apart.

If this table is located too close to a heating duct, it might be getting the full force of that heated air, thus drying it out and making it warp.

I suggest you think about where this table is placed, and consider that to be the culprit of the warpage. If you can't figure it out, write back to me, with specifics about where this table sits, and I'll try to help more. But for right now, this is only a guess until I have more info.

It's quite possible this table might flatten out when the season chages and the humidity in your home adjusts. Simply putting something on it won't make it go back to normal, but if you do manage to make it flat again, adding some screws or brackets to the underside (attaching the top to the base better) might help somewhat.






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I believe I can help you with this just looking at my parts catalog now. Will post up an answer shortly.

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    Radio Code Pro Jun 30, 2009

    I believe you are referring to the lower guard is that right?



    The part no is BT1012A52



    Clarke can be contacted at this address



    Clarke Power Products Inc.
    Corporate Office
    28740 Glenwood Road
    Perrysburg, Ohio 43551



    You may also contact them toll-free at 800-227-9603 or at 419-930-2299.



    Customer service center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST



    For all parts inquiries, please e-mail parts@clarkeusa.com.



    The website is http://www.clarkeusa.com/index.html



    I believe this is the company that makes your mitre saw. They still have tools for sale on tool-mall.com so must still be in business.



    Hope this helps.

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    Radio Code Pro Jun 30, 2009

    Yeah. I think you could try these guys. They based in UK as Clarke International and I am almost sure its the same company. http://www.clarkeservice.co.uk/



    You can send a request to the parts dept. on that page.



    If Clarke are out of business it might be just as easy to get the part machined by a shop. They would knock that up for you for a few dollars out of light alloy. Still do the same job!

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    Radio Code Pro Jun 30, 2009

    Yeah. As I say if Clarke are out of business it might be just as easy to get the part machined by an engineering shop.



    They would knock that up for you for a few dollars out of light alloy. They will make it to fit your saw and still do the same job!

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Try looking to junk shops. There are some piece there that you can find. Junk shops are good places in finding for old types of appliances.

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Ok you mean Clarks miter saw, your only bet is to contact Clarks directly ok......Here is there contact details for you......

Clarks Supply and Service Ltd.

Rob Clark Sales Manager 306-693-4334 rclark@clarks-supply.com Kirt Blatz Territory Mgr Cell: 306-536-6660 kblatz@clarks-supply.com Kevin Blatchford Manager Cell: 306-630-6425 kblatchford@clarks-supply.com Lannie Erickson Construction 306-693-4334 clarks_supply@hotmail.com

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Hello boodybll1.. m glad to inform u dat i have wat u want. accept for that plastic thing.
http://www.repairclinic.com/Appliance-Parts?searchText=Clarke%20mitter%20saw%20model%201012&Search=Part%20Search


Hope this ws helpful......>>cheers!!! "old guy derserve a drink man!!!"

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