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I have my fathers model DD79 Reliant Sandfer . I believe the motor has quit . I am looking for a manual to see how I can disengage the spindle and pulley to remove the motor.

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Simple, there are two options:
1) buy a new pulley from any hardware or home improvement store.
2) If threads are stripped from pulley, either retap with next larger size tap, or redrill new hole and tap with same size as the current size. Note the best way to keep pulley on is to have a set screw over the key and another at 90 degrees from keyway. Note 2 - Are you sure current pulley does have two set screws?

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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The pulley is held on by a compression type of coupling. Loosen all the screws in the coupling. Remove two screws and they should thread into two or more threaded holes in the coupling. These are holes that should be 180 degrees apart....they will be the only holes threaded. If all the other bolts in the circumference are loose you should be able to thread these two bolts into the coupling and the bolts actually "jack" the coupling apart. The coupling and fan should easily come off the front of the motor. The motor should be held on by 4 screws to the motor tower in front of your air/oil cooler.

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mikebo732. I own a jointer same number and all as yours. I also need a manual. Can you call me or email. 573/422/3333 mweidi01@hotmail.com Mark Weidinger

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