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MODEL NO. 572.247202
15INCHMOTORIZED SCROLL SAW/SANDER
assembly. operatifig. repair parts
Sears,Roebuckand Co.,Chicago,Ill. 60684 U.S.A.
Part No. 380123 4 4/84 50M
toolswith care.Keeptools sharpand 13. Maintain 1. KeepguardsIn placeand in workingorder' clean for best and safest performance'Follow 2. Remove adlustlng keys and wrenches' Form instructions for lubricating and changing habit of checkingto see that keys and adjusting accessories. turningit on' f romtool before areremoved wrenches whenchangservicing; toolsbefore 14. Disconnect 3. Keep work area clean. Cluttered areas and bits,cutters'etc' such as blades, ing accessories inviteaccidents. benches starting'Make the risk ol unintentional 15. Reduce 4. Don't uge In dangerous envlronment.Don't in' plugging position before "OFF" sureswitchis in toolsto rain.Don'tuse powertoolsin damp expose Consult the accessories' in f lammable 16. Use recommended Don'tusepowertools or wet locations. The accessories' for recommended manual owner's or explosive atmospheres.Avoid chemical or riskof injury maycause accessories useof improper Keepwork areawell lit' environments. corrosive to persons. shouldbe kepta 5. Keepchlldrenaway.All visitors injurycouldoccur 17. Neverstandon tool.Serious from work area' safedistance is tipped or if the cutting tool is master if the tool kld'proofwith padlocks, 6. Makeworkshop contacted' unintentionallY starterkeys' or by removing switches, furtheruseof the parts. Before 18. Checkdamaged andsafer 7. Don'tforcetool. lt will do theiob better be should part is damaged that tool,a guardor other at the ratefor which it was designed. operate will it that carefullycheckedto assure to function- check its intended 8. Use rlght tool. Don'tforcetool or attachment properly and perform for. of movingparts,bindingof moving do a job it was not designed for alignment and any other of parts,mounting, No looseclothing,gloves, parts,breakage 9. Wearpropel apparel. 'Aguardor V-' its operation' conditionsthat may atfect necktieq rings,bracelets,or other jewelryto get properly be other part that is damagedshould caught in moving parts' Nonslip footwear is or rePlaced. repaired Wear protectivehair coveringto recommended. containlong hair. 19. Dlrectionof feed. Feed work into a blade or or of theblade of rotation thedirection cutteragainst glaeses. Alsousefaceor dust 10. Alwaysusesafety mask if cutting operating is dusty. Everyday cutteronlY. they lenses, only haveimpactresistant eyeglasses 20. Never leave tool runnlng unattended'Turn are not safetyglasses. power off. Don't leave tool until it comes to a stoP. complete work. Useclampsor a viseto holdwork 11. Secure it your and hand using than practical. lt's safer when 21. Be alert. Don't use powertools when tired or tool' to operate freesboth hands Don'tusepowertoolsaftertakingdrugs' fatigued. or medications. alcohol 12. Don't overreach.Keep proper footing and at all times. balance
The operation of any power tool can result in foreign objects eye being thrown into the eyes, which can result in severe damage. Always wear safety glasses or eye shields before power tool operation' We recommendWide Vision comm-encing glasses Safety Mask for use over spectacles,or standard satety stores' catalog or retail Sears . . . availableat
Forthe mostpleasure from yourScrollSaw/Sander followtheseinstructions carefully:
The Cratbman Scroll Saw is a multi-purpose workshop. By connecting different attachmentsto the power take-off, the unit is converted from the basic scroll saw to a grinder, sander, buffing wheel, brush wheel,and a flexible shaft machine.Then you are able not only to saw, but drill, grind, polish, rout, sharpen,sand, buff, carve, engrave and perform many other hobby,home or shop operations. Use with 247'l accessorypack. DO NOT OPERATEMACHINEWITHOUT ATTACHING TABLE. CAUTION:DISCONNECTPLUG FROM OUTLET. ATTACHING SAW TABLE 1 . R e m o v eb l a d eg u a r d - p u s h o n e s i d e i n - w h i l e p u l l i n go n oppositeside. - to removeblade. 2. Push lever(A) down as illustrated 3. Loosen bottom wing nut and slide table bracket (C) upward inchesfrom bottom,and tighten. aboul 11/z 4. Removetop wing nut (B) and washer - leavingbolt in position - and attach table by inserting bolt through curved slot (D) with hole at top positionedover pin. 5. Placewasheron outsideof bracketand tighten wing nut. 6. Loosen bottom wing nut - let slide bracket (C) drop into original positionand tighten wing nut. 7. Replacesaw blade (be sure teeth are pointing downward) by inserting blade into lower blade holder - then push leverdown and insertinto upper blade holder. 8. Replace blade guard with side pins on each side of blade - pushingone side in and then the other - as in step 1. Motor-Runs on 110-120 Volt, 60 cycle,AC, and produces3450 R . P . M .l t i s e q u i p p e dw i t h t w o s e a l e d b a l l b e a r i n g s . No oiling is needed. h,i s s h a d e dp o l e - t y p e C h a r a c t e r i s t i c a l lty m o t o rr u n s a bit warm. However,overheatingwill not affect overall operation. Oiling-A few drops ot ordinary motor oil should occasionally be placed on the connectinglink bean-ng through the FoTe on t h e l e f t s i d e o f t h e f r a m e . F o r o i l i n g ,l a y u n i t o n i t s s i d e , U s e SA30 motoroil. Culting Capacity-Soft wood up to 13/q" and hardwood up to % " in thickness c a n b e c u t . F E E DW O O D S L O W L Y .D O N O T FORCE. When cuttingwood over 11A", the blade guard must be g u a r d ,s i m p l yp u l l o u t e n d so f g u a r dw h e r e r e m o v e dT . o remove they enter the fram?. When through sawing . . . BE SURE TO REPLACE T H EF I N G E R GUARD, S a w i n g M e t a l s * S a w a l u m i n u mt o 7 a " t h i c k , c o p p e r t o 1 8 g a u g e ,a n d s t e e l t o 1 / 1 6 " t h i c k . W h e n s a w i n g m e t a l ,i t i s i m portantto hold the work firmly on the table, use oil as a lubricant,and feed the work with a slow, steady pressure.Do not force it. Blade Guard-The blade guard is consideredone of the safest. It functionsalso as a hold-down. lncreasing Blade Life-When blade teeth become dull in one spot simply loosenthe lower wing nut locatediust beneaththe saw table,and raisethe table to a sectionof new, unusedteeth. Tilting Table-For angle sawing, the table can be tilted in either direction.Loosenthe top wing nut located iust beneath t h e s a w t a b l e ,a n d t i l t t o t h e d e s i r e da n g l e f o l l o w i n gt h e c a l i bratedscale. Making In3ide Culs-First, use the tlexible shaft to drill a 3/16" hole in the area to be sawed out. Then, remove the blade, thread it through the hole, and return it to the cutting position. Hofding Scroll Saw In Place-On a tairly smooth table or b e n c h ,t h e r u b b e rs u c t i o nc u p s w i l l k e e p i t t r o m s l i d i n g .O t h e r wise, set the machine on a 1/2 " thick rubber pad, such as a p a d o r t y p e w r i t ec household kneeling r ushion.
BLAOE lA)' HOLDEB ' HOL€ IN
IIFORTAIT ---\ TEETH MUST POINT DOWNWARD
SAW LIFT BLADE GUARO FROM THIS POSITION
Do not modify the plug provided- if it will not f it the outlet,havethe proper outlet installedby a qualifiedelectrician. lmproper connection of the equipment-groundingconductor can resultin a risk of electricshock.The conductorwithlnsulationhavino an outer surface that is green with or without yellow stripes is th6 equipment-groundingconductor. lf repair or replacementof the electric cord or plug is necessary, do not connect the equipmentg r o u n d i n gc o n d u c t o rt o a l i v e t e r m i n a l . C h e c k w i t h a q u a l i f i e de l e c t r i c i a n or serviceman if the qroundinq instructions ard not corhpletelyunderstood,or if in Oo"uUt as t5 whether the tool is properly grounded. Use only 3-wire extensioncords that have 3-prong grounding plugs anil3-pole receplaclesthat accept the toot's plug. R e p a i ro r r e p l a c e d a m a g e do r w o r n c o r d i m m e d i a t e l y . This tool is intendedfor use on a circuit that has an outlet that looks l i k et h e o n e i l l u s t r a t e d p l u gt h a t in Figure A . T h e t o o l h a sa g r o u n d i n g l o o k sl i k e t h e p l u g i l l u s t r a t e i d n Figure A. A temporary a d a p t e rw , hich looks like the adapterillustratedin FiguresB and C, may be used to connect this plug to a 2-pole receptacleas shown in Figure B if a properly grounded outlet is not available.The temporary adapter should be used only until a properlygrounded outletcan be installed by a qualified electrician.The green-colored rigid ear, lug, etc. extendingtrom the adaptermust be connected ground to a permanent sucnas a outlet box
FIGURE A TEMPORARY ADAPTEF
G R O U N D I N GP I N
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ln the eventol a malfunctionor breakdown, groundingprovides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This tool is equipped with an electric cord having an e q u i p m e n t - g r o u n d i nc go n d u c t o r a n d a g r o u n d i n g p l u g . T h e p l u g must be plugged into a matchingoutlet that is properly installedand grounded in accordancewith all local codes and ordinances.
The operation of any power tool can result in foreign obiects being thrown into the eyes,which can result in severeeye damage.Always wear safety glassesor eye shields before commencing power tool operatron. is not allowed in Canada by the NOTE: The adapter_illustrated CanadianElectricalCode. The use of any extensioncord will causesome lossof power.To keep thas to a minimumand to preventoverheating and motor burn-out,use the table below to determine the minimum wire size (A.W.G") extensioncord. All cords should be 3-wire grounded. Extension Gords Use only three-wire extensioncords that havethree-prong grounding Vpe. plugs and. three-pole receptaclesthat accept the tool plug. Replaceor repair damagedor worn cord immediately. Exiension Cord Length Wire Size A.W.G. 50 ft. or less No.16 100 ft. or less No. 14
Attaching AccessoriesThe round extension on the motorhousing is the powertake-off for driving thesander,buffing wheel, shaft. and flexible These are mountedon adapters whichfit special into the power take-off. BESURE THEMOTOR IS TURNEDOFF. Line up pin in the motor shaft with the slot in theadapter and pressforwardas far as it willgo.Turnthewheel slowly untiltheadapter setscrew lightly. comesintoview.Thentighten This screwdoes not drivethe shaft,it merelyminimizes vibration and
from small scroll It's a scrollsaw-Handleseverything 2x work.Cutsup to standard work to full sizefurniture andsteel. 4's,18ga.copper, 1/4" aluminum
CUT LONG LENGTHS
It's a Disc Sander-Forshapingsmall pieces,sanding Threedisc roughedges,trueingup uneven surfaces. gritspermit fine,medium, coarse sanding.
For more pleasureand versatilityadd kit 2471
Altaching Flexible Shalt-Be sure MOTOR lS RUNNING b e f o r e t h e c a b l e i s e n g a g e d . D O N O T R E M O V EO R L O O S E N S C R E W I N N Y L O N C O U P L I N G .I n s e r t t h e b l a c k n y l o n c o u p l i n go v e r t h e p o w e r t a k e - o f f .P u s h t h e couplingon as far as it will go, and hold in place by turning the coupling counterclockwise.To prevent the c a b l ef r o m b e c o m i n gd i s c o n n e c t e d w h i l e t h e m a c h i n ei s running, s i m p l yg r a s p t h e h a n d p i e c e a n d t w i s tt h e c a b l e one-half turn counterclockwise. CHUGK-Chuckconsists of a chuckcapandcollet. To change or insertbits use the two chuckwrenches furnished. Slip the shortend of the bent wrenchoverflatson the shaftand hold the long portionot this wrenchagainstthe handpiece with one hand.Withthe shaftsecured by the bentwrench, usethe wrench straight to loosen or tighten the chuckcap.Seeillustrration.With the chuck cap loose,an accessory should be inserted as deeplyas possible to avoid wobbleduring use. Now,tightenchuck cap - evoldexcertlyetlghtlng.
FLEXIBLE SHAFTPROVIDES EXTRAVERSATILITY
Becommendecl Accessories #2471-Accessory Kit. -Fine Toothblades. ; 26877 :*26878-Coarse Toothblades. e2544-4" Assorted aluminum oxideSanding Discs.
S A N DB E V E T S
COLLETS-Four collets are availablefor your tool. Each has a different hole diameter in order to accept variousaccessory shank and drill sizes.To insert a different collet, follow chuck loosening instructions.After chuck cap is loosened,continue to unscrew until it comes off. Remove collet (it should drop o u t e a s i l y b y t i p p i n g t h e t o o l ) . I n s e r t t h e c o l l e t d e s i r e da n d replace chuck cap. Choose the right collet for the accessory shank or drill size. Never try to force a larger diameter shank o r d r i l l i n t o a s m a l l e rs i z e c o l l e t o p e n i n g .
For best results,use the flexible shaft with a delicate touch. To prevent stalling the motor, press the tool lightly againstthe work, and never force the tool beyond its capacity.
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Description Guard Bow Pivot Nuts 10-32Hex Local Hdwe. (4) L e f t F r a m eS i d e ( S m a l lH o l e )
Code No. .16 17 1B 19 20 22 23
Parl Description No. 990880 S u c t i o nC u p s L o n g & 2 S c r e w s 990881 S u c t i o nC u p s S h o r t & 2 S c r e w s & Screws 990883 H o u s i n gE x t e n s i o n 404038 49 9901 445030 9901 85 Cord Assemblv T a b l eS l i d eB r a c k e t w / O u a d r a n t Table w / H o u s i n g& C o r d M o t o rC o m p l e t e
5 6 7
990885 Hardware 16 Screwsand 4 Washers 1 Pr (4Pr Req'd.) 990887 G u i d eB u s h i n g 445132 FrameCover.Lower Link (Complete) 990874 C o n n e c t i n g 990764 Bow Arm 990765 Bow Arm w/Wrist Pin 445063 S p r i n g 990877 Switch Assembly 445129 R i g h t F r a m e S i d e ( L a r g e H o l e ) Pivot Screw 990878 Bow .10-32 x 1-3/4 Local Hdwe. (4) 990884 Motor Mount Screws (2 Lower, 1 Upper) 445073 Base w/o Feet
990888 S c r e w# 1 0 S h e e tM e t a l 5 / 8 L o n g L o c a l H d w e .( 5 ) 4211 AdapterAssemblyIor 4" Pad 4214 4 " R u b b e rB a c k i n gP a d ( U s ew i t h 4 2 1 1 ) 26877 3 i n . P i n T y p e ( F i n e )B l a d e Blade 26878 3 i n . P i n T y p e ( C o a r s e ) 23 O w n e r sM a n u a l( n o t i l l u s t r a t e d ) 3801 284000 C a b l eC l a m p 445044 C o r d S t r a i n R e l i e l 445131 FrameCover,Upper
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How to ORDER Repair Parts
to your Saw will befoundon a plateattached The ModelNumber when Alwaysmention the ModelNumber at the rearof the base. requesting service or repairparts. All parts listed herein may be ordered through SEARS, prices parts selling by mail, ANDCO.Whenordering ROEBUCK prevailing parts at will beshipped or will be furnished on request prices and you will be billedaccordingly. GIVETHE FOLPARTS, ALWAYS REPAIR WHENORDERING T H I S LIST, I N A S LOWING INFORMATION SHOWN
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T h e P A R TN U M B E R The PARTDESCRIPTION The MODELNUMBER 572.247202 SAW/SANDER The NAMEOF ITEM-SCROLL
SERVICE is at YOUR SEFVICE
FULLONEYEARWARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN SCROLL-SAW SANDER
lf this CraftsmanScroll-Saw/Sander fails to give complete satistactionwithin one year from the date of purchase,return it to the nearestSearsstore throughout the Unit€d States,and Searswill replace it, free of charge. lf ihis Scroll-Saw/Sander is usedfor commercialor rentalpurposes, this warrantyappliesfor only 90 days from the date ot purchase. This warranty gives you specific legal rights,and you may also haveother rights which vary f rom state to state. Roebuck Sears, a n dC o . BSC 41-3 Sears Tower Chicago, lL 60684
Y o u r S e a r sm e r c h a n d i s e h a s a d d e d v a l u ew h e n y o u c o n s i d e r that Sears has service units nationwide staffed with Sears specifically t r a i n e d t e c h n i c i a n s . p r o f e s s i o n atle c h n i c i a n s trained on Sears Products, having the parts, tools and e q u i p m e n tt o i n s u r et h a t w e m e e t o u r p l e d g et o y o u . . . . w e what we sell. service
Ill. 60684 U.S.A. Sears, Roebuckand Co.,Chicago,
IMPOKTANT MAINTDNANCE INFOKMATION
Your Craftsman@ S c r o l l S a w / S a n d e rw a s t h o r o u g h l yi n s p e c t e d t o r i g i ds t a n d a r d s p r i o r t ol e a v i n g the manufacturer's factoryand should give you many yearsof satisfactory service. Occasionally , h e nt h e C r a f t s m a n @ w S c r o l lS a w / S a n d e ri s r e m o v e df r o m i t s c a r t o n a n d t h e t a b l e attachedt , h e u s e r w i l l n o t i c et h a t t h e b l a d e d o e s n o t a p p e a rt o b e p e r p e n d i c u l atro t h e t a b l es u r f a c e (Figure 1). Beforeattemptingto correct this condition,first checkto seethat the tableis in its horizontal or zero degree(0") position. Use a squareor other rightangle device(a pieceof paperwilt suffice)to check the blade positionrelative to the tablesurface(Figure2). lf the bladeis not perpendicular to the table,simply pushthe upperarm of the saw framein the direction that will correctthe bladealignment (Figure 3). Handlingthe saw by holdingthe upperarm of the saw frame (Figure4) can also causethe saw bladeto position. tilt from the true vertical This is not an unusualcondition and can be easilycorrected by, again, applyingslightpressure to the upperarm of the saw frame in the direction that will correctthe alignment (Figure 3). lf the useravoidsthe naturaltendencyto use the upper arm of the frame as a handlewhen liftingor movingthe saw,thereshouldbe no furtherneedto realignthe blade.Figure5 showsthe properway to pick up the ScrollSaw. Beforedecidingon any adjustment, it is recommendedthat you operatethe saw and make some trial cuts so that you can experience scrollcutting. Be sure to check the mountingof the saw bladein the bladeholderpriorto cutting.Generally the blade is mountedso that the teethare facingfront. However,the bladecan be mountedwith the teethfacing the side. Always have the saw teeth oriented to a downwardcut.
Form No. 380226 21-11/83-ZO
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