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I have an old Craftsman Radial Arm Saw. Model number 113.19770. I just received some replacement parts for the motor. I have put it back together, but need to verify which wires go to which terminals on the top of the moter. There are 8 terminals. I currently have the BLUE wire connected to the #1 terminal. There is acutally no terminal in the #2 slot. I have the RED wire, that goes to the switch, on the #4 terminal, the BROWN wire connected on the # 5 terminal, and the ORANGE wire connected on the #6 terminal. The only wire left are the power source wires. They are black and white wire. So I have terminals # 3, 7, 8 left open. Which of the black and white, (power source wires), go to which of the remaining terminals that are left open? I really want to make sure before I put them on and flip on the power. Thanks, Lane

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  • landers493 Aug 04, 2010

    The problem with this solution is that I have three terminals open and only two wires left to connect.

  • landers493 Aug 05, 2010

    I have an old Craftsman Radial Arm Saw. Model number - 113.19770.
    I just received some replacement parts for the motor. I have put it back together, but need to verify which wires go to which terminals on the top of the motor.
    There are 8 terminal slots. (Marked: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8)

    · The BLUE wire is connected to #1 terminal. (This wire has never been removed)
    · There is actually no terminal in the #2 terminal slot.
    · # 3 terminal HAS NO WIRE CONNECTED YET.
    · I have the RED wire, which goes to the control stop switch, on the #4 terminal.
    · The BROWN wire is connected on the # 5 terminal. (This wire has never been removed)
    · The ORANGE wire is connected on the #6 terminal. (This wire has never been removed)
    · # 7 terminal HAS NO WIRE CONNECT YET.
    · #8 TERMINAL HAS NO WIRE CONNECTED YET.

    The only 2 wires, lefts to connect, are the power source wires. One is black the other is white.

    So I have terminals # 3, 7, 8 left open.

    Which terminals, left open, do the black and white, (power source wires), go to?

    I really want to make sure before I put them on and flip on the power.

    Thanks, Lane

  • landers493 Aug 05, 2010

    GREAT! This is exactly what I needed! Thanks!
    Lane

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Hi. I have the same saw and have nursed it along for years. It is still a great saw; in fact, I am using it right now to build a treated lumber deck. Here is the link to free downloadable owner manuals which will answer all of your questions. http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/owner_manuals/search?sid=MMHMxSearsx00019&query=11319770+CRAFTSMAN

ALso, here is a link to a diagram showing all of the motor parts http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/getSubComp.pd?modelNumber=11319770&productCategoryId=0744500&brandId=0247&brandDescription=CRAFTSMAN&modelName=CRAFTSMAN-10-INCH-RADIAL-SAW&diagramPageId=00007&componentDescription=MOTOR%20ASSEMBLY&documentId=00001478&blt=06

If you print out the full size diagram it will be clear. J.

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Red Phase. Black Neutral
Brown Phase. Blue NeutralI have an old Craftsman - 2ab4186.gif
BELOW is the USA Power Standard. Black Phase. White Neutral.

OK, so Phase comes into, the switch, through the switch, and onto one side of the Motor. from the other side or the motor we have a neutral return, thus the circuit is made.
So you will need to meter the IN & OUT wires using the color code I provided,
The orange wire may be for the capacitor start & Thermal switch?
Found you a manual with diagrams and all, below.
www.owwm.com/pubs/222/1083.pdf
They all wire essentially the same perhaps this diagram will be of help.


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  • landers493 Aug 05, 2010

    Thanks for your help. I printed out the manual you suggested, but it is for an even older model. The model number I have is: 113.19770 and I could not see the full diagram that you put on this site. Maybe if I state it another way:


    There are 8 terminal slots. (Marked: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8)

    · The BLUE wire is connected to #1 terminal. (This wire has never been removed) So I know this one is connect properly.
    · There is actually no terminal in the #2 terminal slot.
    · # 3 terminal HAS NO WIRE CONNECTED YET.
    · I have the RED wire, which goes to the control stop switch, on the #4 terminal.
    · The BROWN wire is connected on the # 5 terminal. (This wire has never been removed) So I know this one is also wired correctly.
    · The ORANGE wire is connected on the #6 terminal. (This wire has never been removed) So I know this one is also cired correctly.
    · # 7 terminal HAS NO WIRE CONNECT YET.
    · #8 TERMINAL HAS NO WIRE CONNECTED YET.

    The only 2 wires, lefts to connect, are the power source wires. One is black the other is white.

    So I have terminals # 3, 7, 8 left open.

    Which terminals, left open, do the black and white, (power source wires), go to?

    Thanks, Lane

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Do you have an electrical schematic?

If all you have are the power source wires - wiring them backwards will simply make the motor spin in the opposite direction.

Thanks!!
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  • landers493 Aug 05, 2010

    Thanks for your suggestion. I don't have a electrical schematic. The problem is, there is three terminals left to choose from. I only have two wires, one black and one white wire from the power source, to connect. I understand that, given only two terminals, it would hurt to try either way. But, which of the three terminals that are left, do I choose? But, thanks again for your response.

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