I am waiting on the new switch to arrive in a few days. Snug the first two screws, start and snug the remaining two screws - check inside the saw housing to be sure no wiring is pinched between the junction box and saw housing -- final tighten on all 4 screws and you are done. You will need the new switch which is part. Put saw back together and it works again. Make sure you have removed the machine from its power source before starting! Federal law bars any person from selling products subject to a publicly-announced voluntary recall by a manufacturer or a mandatory recall ordered by the Commission. Sears stores sold the Craftsman saws nationwide starting in July 1994. Here's a picture of a good bearing puller: The important thing on these small saws is a sharp blade, and a fence that is true to the blade.
Installation then went smoothly into a tight space with the four screws. Reverse these steps for re installation. This is the time to test the switch. Hard up and down adjustments are always a problem when the saw is built up with dust. Always mention the model number in all correspondence regarding your 10 in. Disconnected four wires and pushed them back inside. Page 5: Bevel Ripping, Dust Collection, Mount Table Saw To Stand.
When the replacement switch came in I installed it. Make sure that the flat part of the bar is down. My bs903 has a run capacitor installed between the switch and the motor. Put on forehead mounted flashlight for a clear view of all wires connected to the back of switch before removal because space is tight and not easily seen without illumination. It should be a very easy repair to make.
I am sorry but I do hope they can be some help for you while you wait for an expert to answer. On some saws, the power switch lock-off mechanism may not work, and as a result, children and others who should not have access to the saw could be injured by the moving blade. Remove the 4 screws holding the switch in place and pull the switch and wires out from the saw housing. There is quite a bit of pressure all the time at this point. The good thing is that the cables are color coded to make it easy to fix. Click Ok if you wish to continue to the website; otherwise, click Cancel to return to our site.
Need any and all info on the capacitor please. Mine had a very strong odor of burnt parts. Four screws allowed easy extraction of old switch. This is where the shorter of the screws go. Here's a link at the end of this solution to an exploded diagram.
Remove the four screws on the front of the switch using a Philips screwdriver. After removal of switch it was noticed that four blades of old switch were in different orientation than new. Always mention the model number in all correspondence regarding your 10 in. This is a genuine Ryobi Replacement part and is sold individually. I bent the switch contacts slightly to allow easier passage through the opening in the housing.
I cleaned the table saw and lubricated the saw. At this point Be sure to note order of electrical connections. It is more pronounced the more the blade is moved towards 45 degrees. I made sure the saw was not plugged in to an electrical outlet. Replacement switches will be installed without charge. I was impressed that the price of the switch was so reasonable.
I do this every month. I also notice there is a good bit of slack in the crank where you would raise and lower the blade. Unfortunately when the replacement switch was ordered the old capacitor was thrown away. Held in place while replacing four screws in the front. Consumers can obtain news release and recall information at www. I understand your question upon the wiring harness, was unable to find that information.
There is always a reason for trouble, bad bearings, dust build up, wood knot in track, screw wear-ready to strip, etc. Always mention the model number in all correspondence regarding your 10 in. Put new switch in before connecting new wires. Once the first two screws were started the repair was simple. The proper way to remove the bearings is to use a tool called a bearing puller which has two or three jaws to grip the bearing and a threaded press which will slowly force the bearing off the shaft. Get come slack in the cords and slip the switch box to make it easier to hook up the switch.