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How do I remove the motor from my 10" radial arm saw ( model # 113-19770). It needs to be repaired or replaced.

Radial arm saw model # 113-19770. Motor model c48Bc-102. There is no category for tools & equipment

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That's great to hear that you are wanting to do the job of replacing the motor on your own. I was able to locate a few items that might help you along. The first link will be the Owner's Manual and the second link will be a similar question that was asked. The expert provides great information that might you, good luck.
by Manage My Life
January 6th, 2011
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Mark T
Thank you for your question.

I have taken the time to look up your model number. removing the motor on this saw is not difficult. I have provided you with an image below showing the break down. Please follow the steps below.

Unplug the saw and access the on/off switch.

Draw a diagram of how the wires connect to the switch and remove the wire for the motor only.

Pull the cord out of the arm so the cord will stay with the motor.

Remove the blade guard and the blade.

Remove the pull handle from the front of the carriage.

Remove the cover behind the handle ( should be two screws).

Remove the allen bolts in the index ring. Make sure to take a picture so you don’t have a problem when reinstalling the motor.

Remove the two bolts from the yoke cap.

At this point the motor might come loose from the back rubber bushing.

If the motor will not come loose, you can remove the lock nut on the backside of the motor to loosen it more.

Reinstall the motor reversing the above steps and align the saw following the instructions in the owners manual.

Please feel free to add more details if you need further assistance.

Thank you using Manage my life.

Mark T.
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January 8th, 2011
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