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Got new saw 4625 putting blade on had shipping spacer plastic with metal slotted plate that doesn't lay flat over studs on engine does it belong or is it also shipping spacer if so what side outer- -inner instructions that came with saw doesn't explain

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I think what you may have is like 430892 or 430893. On my Pioneer the bar goes between these stamped plates. They are different, the inside one has a slot that aligns with the oil slot. If yours doesn't have a slot that lines up with the oiler it goes outside between the bar and the clutch cover. HTH
Lou
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    The raised portions go away from the bar.

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The bolts that hold the carriage under the table are intentionally sloppy so that you can loosen them and align the blade/knife with the miter gauge slots.
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I just received my new saw 22116 however their is no dado insert which I use a lot. on other saw i have bought the insert was part of the saw. i have tried to find it in parts so far no luck. ken parkins


If you are unable to buy an accessory throat plate from Sears for your saw, you might like to look online at www.manageyourlife.com. You may be able to find accessories there that your local store doesn't stock.
I'm not familiar with your particular saw and it's throat plate, but you should know that many woodworkers make their own inserts using 1/2" plywood cut to fit the shape of the throat plate. You can trace your existing plate onto the form, then carefully cut it out and sand to fit. Insert small screws from beneath the plate to level it in position, level to the table top. Then cut a slot in the new throat plate by raising a small blade up through the new plate. Sometimes I use a skilsaw blade or dado blade to make the first cut. Do this only when it is safely held down with a long board clamped over top of it, while you raise the spinning blade up through the new throat plate to cut a slot or groove, as the case may be. If you can't lower the plate over the blade in its lowest position, you can either use a smaller diameter blade to cut through it, or rest the plate lightly against a blade lowered to its lowest position, then hold the plate in place safely with a long board or piece of plywood that rests lightly against it and holds just enough pressure that you cnn start your saw with the throat plate against the edge of the blade, then exert slight pressure downwards to fit the throat plate fully into the throat, cutting through it into the backing board, then you'll be able to raise the blade through the throat plate. This is a dangerous operation and should only be undertaken with safety equipment such as safety glasses or goggles in place, and alway keep your hands away from the moving blade and exerting force away from the moving blade. Exercise good judgement and caution and you should be able to plunge the new throat plate into position over the moving blade, using the backing board as a safety device/push stick.
If you are unsure about any of these instructions please don't hesitate to ask further, or refrain from taking any actions on your own, and in any event, proceed fully at your own risk.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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I just bought this table saw and when i tilt the blade to 45 deg. the blade rubs on the blade insert. also when i put it together it didnt come with a riving knife and hardware.


I ran into that kind of problem with my Craftsman 10 table saw. I (an usual) over analyzed the problem and looked at moving the entire motor assembly from left to right slightly. In the end, I found that that the blade stablizer plates I used on the left and right of the blade, moved the blade that little bit needed to make the blade tips make contact. I removed the two stablizer plates, reinstalled the blade with the normal to flat washers and gave it a try. The blade now cleared the insert when pushed all the way to 45 degrees.

You might want to look to make sure there are no extra washers/spacers on the arbor that might move the blade slightly left or right from its normal position.

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Hi,
I have the Craftsman model 113 80" saw and ran into the same type of problem here's what I did.

-Take off motor,loosen set screw on pulley and push pully as far as it will go towards motor,The pulley has a internal shoulder that will position the pulley the correct distance on the motor shaft.

- put motor back on saw (This next part is VERY important) the motor has 4 studs,3 of them have sleeves,these sleeves make it so that when they are tightened down the motor can stilll move(do not over tighten ). The forth stud is the one with the wing nut adjustment,the wing nut is how you adjust the tension.once you have your tension set you tighten the bolt on this stud and it holds the motor in place.

-Now with the motor in place ( no belt on yet) lay a flat ruler from the drive pulley to the pulley on the bottom wheel. most likely this pully will need to be adjusted in or out. These pulleys must line up perfectly with each other and over time one or the other has moved.

Take motor back off and put on belt. replace motor.

Note** you cannot eyeball the two pulleys a flat square or ruller must be used.

Since I aligned mine I have had zero problems and it runs alot smoother.

I hope this helps you out.

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