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I am having a lot of trouble getting the overload button to reset,saw stops without being over heated or overloaded. It is craftsman radial arm 113 model ks48dd-174. Thanks for any help solving this problem.

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  • janebernie Jul 02, 2009

    Here are all the numbers on the motor plate. source 113 part 63503 motor model KS48DD-174 120/240 volts 11.o/5.5 amps 3450 rpm 60 hz 1phase mfg No. 1 77 7

  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    I am thinking that the overload switch itself is bad and needs replaced, Please give me the numbers off the tool and I will try and find a schematic. Craftsman usually has about 9 digits. Let me know



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