Question about Electrical Supplies
When replacing the batteries, the chuck assembly fell out of the housing. After replacing it the way I thought it was, the torque is much less and will not start a screw. I think it has something to do with the placement of two silver washers which I currently have together directly in front of the motor. Does anyone know the exact positioning of these two silver rings? I tried the Sears site and they no longer have any info on this model. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Keyless chuck question
this 2 chuck are 3/8 jaw opening,double sleeve u can hold the chuck will opening it at the sametime.the sinlge sleeve u have to runs the drill while running slow rev/for to remove the bit etc.
i prefer metal sleeve.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
You don't want to tighten them down just turn them in until the are just snug and then turn them out.
Start with the low at 2 full turns out and the high at about 1 full turn out. Start the saw and let it idle adjust the low idle to where it runs smooth. Adjust the high until the saw runs as much rpm as you can get at w.o.t. (Wide Open Throttle).
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
SOURCE: sears keyless pad
hello - we have a craftsman model 139.53684 and these are the instructions for setting the personal entry code - (you will need two people doing this) To set the code using the Premium control console: 1 Enter a four digit personal ID # of your choice on the keypad then press and hold ENTER. 2 While holding the ENTER button, press and hold the LIGHT button on the premium control console (the premium control console is the main opener button mounted in the garage probably near your door) 3 Continue holding the ENTER and LIGHT buttons while you press the pushbar on the premium control console (now all theses buttons are held) 4 When the motor units lights blink Release buttons - it has learned the new code. If bulbs are not installed you will hear two clicks. To set the code using the 'LEARN' button (you will need a ladder & two people doing this) you used the learn button to set the new remote. 1 press and release the learn button on the motor. The learn indicator light will glow steadily for 30 seconds 2 within 30 seconds enter a four digit personal ID number of your choice ob the keypad then press and hold the ENTER button 3 Release the button when the motor unit lights blink If bulbs are not installed you will hear two clicks. I hope this fixes your problem - please post & let me know - thanks Sam
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
Just to clarify you have a model number 9076 and I would assume type 1. If so there are screws holding the 2 halves together that would have to be removed the batterys are in the lower section of tool. They are about 8.60. I would recommend going to DeWaltservicenet.com and typing in your model number to look at a product explosion before attempting this repair. Keep in mind that I saw that quite a few of the parts are no longer available so it might be time to retire this one.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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