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Im trying to repair my crafstman table saw model #137.248830. Replacing the armature but cannot get the gears to line up correctly am i missing something?

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I would recheck the part number for the armature to ensure they have the same number and diameter of teeth. once you install the bearings this part should easily slide into the diaphragm and there is no alignment of the gears necessary. Let me know if I can be of more assistance.

Posted on Aug 09, 2010

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