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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to sears service center and get a new arbor, and ask them to show you the motor and arbor assembly drawing. it should show how the arbor is attached to the shaft.
you can pull the arbor off with a pulley. you can get that from auto parts store.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
OK. first of all unplug it. Then remove the plate that surrounds the blade. Wrenches came with the saw so hopefully you still have them.
You need two special wrenches which are sold at any sears hardware store if you don't have a set. The only thing to remember is that the outer nut has reverse threads so turn it clockwise to loosen it and counter clockwise to tighten it. Note the direction the saw teeth point in and duplicate that with the new blade.
Get back if you have any other questions.
Posted on May 03, 2009
I don't know that particular model, but usually there is a stop under the table that the trunnion bumps against when you crank it over to 0. This is normally set by a stud or bolt with a lock nut on it that can be adjusted in or out to zero it out at 90 degrees...if you loosen the lock nut and change the adjustment you should be able to crank it over past zero a couple/few degrees as well...
You may need a flashlight to look up under there and locate the stop, then you merely stand on your head to adjust it...
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Posted on Aug 09, 2009
Sears no longer sells repair parts for this motor, only the whole motor as a replacement part, and it is $140.00, but you can buy replacement bearings from drillspot.com the bearing needed is an Enduro 6200 zz c3
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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