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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dewalt Table Saw
I don't know about Cleveland, but a while ago I replaced the bearing on my Sears Craftsman saw, and it wasn't a hard fix. I would expect any competent repair shop could do the repair easily. If you can get the arbor off and take it to the shop, that would be ideal. It only takes loosening a few bolts to get it off. I first removed the cast iron top from the sheet metal base so I could turn it over, but it can be done from the bottom, too. Just be prepared to eat some sawdust. The most specialized thing the shop would need is a bearing press to get the bearing in and out of its seat, and many shops would have these; they aren't very expensive. Maybe a good machine shop which does small jobs could do it for a small fee. A good place to find these is at your local auto parts store, such as NAPA or O'Riellys (here in MIssouri, anyway, but you get the idea). Your auto repair shop probably knows one or two they use for 'turning' brake drums, etc. BTY, I didn't have a bearing press and I did the job with carefully tapping the bearing back on with a sleeve made from a piece of scrap pipe. Tauton Press makes a great DVD on tuning up your saw after this fix, as you want to make sure
it is square with the table in two dimensions - parallel to the miter saw slots and perpendicular to the top. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
Normally DeWalt owners manuals are available from DeWalt ServiceNet (Click here),
But I have been unable to get any hits on that model number when I search the site. and I'm thinking you have probably purchased one of the older cast iron models, a 12 or 14", am I right?
Sometimes I've had luck finding manual for older machines at this link, but in your case I wasn't able to turn anything useful up there either...
In general, those saws had a two piece table, with a strip of 3/4" ply or particle board about 3-4" or so wide in back, and a wider piece in front, both about 3-4' wide. Between the two, on edge, sat a fence, approx.2 1/2" tall. The back table was sized so that the fence would be located in the correct reference to the blade, i.e. in front of the blade when the saw was pushed all the way back against its stop.. Then the thumbscrew clamps on either side of the table would squeeze the fence between the back section and the front section of the table.. The leveling screws beneath are used to level the table with respect to the path of the saw along the arm, so that, e.g., a tooth of the blade just skims along barely touching along its entire path of cut...
You can probably learn the correct sequence of adjustments for squaring the blade vertically and horizontally and adjusting for heel by examining other radial arm saw manuals, or perhaps consulting books on the subject...
Here's a link to an online forum on the subject
I haven't actually seen this book, but it looks interesting...Mr Sawdust
And finally, if you check back issues of Fine Woodworking online or at your local library, there are bound to be some articles on radial arms saws to help you along...
Sorry I couldn't hook you up with a manual, but I hope this helps... Good luck!
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Posted on Apr 13, 2009
I believe I have the manual for the 8031 table saw. Are you still looking? Contact me at HollomannAFB@yahoo.com
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
You can probably get them replaced, but I haven't found any sites that list the Protech Saws, I did read some reviews on this tool and they are not favorable and you can buy a used one for less than 100.00 on some sites that sell items like this. The option would be yours but generally an armature is anywhere between 75.00 to 130.00 and the gear is usually around 30.00 it might be time to replace this one. Let me know if you have any other information on this and I will again try and find something more detailed for you.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
SOURCE: I need an instruction manual
you might try Dewaltservicenet.com and type in your model number in the middle of the page under need manual and see if you can find it there if not let me know and I will try and find one for you.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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