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Harbor Freight Bandsaw Blades.

What makes a bandsaw blade good, one better than another? Is it just magazine reviews and their stamps of approval? Can a mortal man, average Joe Woodworker, make that determination for himself?
$5 - $10 blades are the run of the mill carbon steel. If you're able to test it, consistent, good metallurgy in the blade is best. For usability, are the teeth sharp, and the set consistent? Are the teeth ground or are they stamped? These show in the quality of cut.
$20 to $30 should buy a good quality bi-metal blade. These have high speed steel teeth for sharpness, married to a carbon steel band for durability. High speed steel retains its temper at higher temperatures. They last longer than the cheaper carbon steel blades, by about the same ratio as the difference in price.
Got $ burning a hole in your pocket? Get a 3/4" blade with welded carbide teeth for resaw.
How many TPI? Hook? skip tooth? regular?
There was a point when I was frenzied about making the decision. I have a 1/4" bi-metal TPI for general use and joinery, and a 1/2" TPI thin kerf for resaw. There's a box full of other stuff I bought when I got the saw, but I'm still using only those two blades. (Along with the original Delta metal guides.) I wouldn't know about Highland's WoodSlicer. It's the same spec as the KerfMaster I buy from Spectrum Supply for $ I'm pleased with the KerfMaster. If the WoodSlicer really cuts better, it would truly be a phenomenal blade, perhaps even cheap at $
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9” Bench top Band saw - Harbor Freight Tools

9” Benchtop band saw

Model

Set up and Operating Instructions

Visit our website at: http://www.harborfreight.com

Read this material before using this product.

Failure to do so can result in serious injury.

Save this manual.

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improvements, actual product may differ slightly from the product described herein. Tools required for

assembly and service may not be included.

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Manual Revised 11h


Contents

Important SAFETY

Information 3

General Tool

Safety Warnings 3

Grounding Instructions 5

V~ Grounded Tools:

Tools with

Three Prong Plugs 5

Band Saw Safety Warnings 5

Maintenance And Servicing.. 14

Cleaning, maintenance, and

lubrication 14

Installing Band Saw Blade 15

Troubleshooting 15

PARTS LIST

ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM 18

90 Day warranty 19

Specifications 8

Unpacking

Instructions for putting

into use

Mounting 8

Assembly 9

Operating Instructions 10

Tool Set Up 10

Blade selection 10

Blade Adjustment

Controls

Blade Release Lever (27)

Tension Knob (66)

Tracking Knob (29)

Blade guides 12

Work Piece and Work Area

Set Up 12

General Operation 13

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Save This Manual

Keep this manual for the safety warnings

and precautions, assembly, operating,

inspection, maintenance and cleaning

procedures. Write the product’s serial number

in the back of the manual near the assembly

diagram (or month and year of purchase if

product has no number). Keep this manual

and the receipt in a safe and dry place for

future reference.

Important SAFETY

Information

In this manual, on the labeling, and

all other information provided with

this product:

This is the safety alert

symbol. It is used to alert

you to potential personal

injury hazards. Obey all

safety messages that follow

this symbol to avoid possible

injury or death.

DANGER indicates a

hazardous situation

which, if not avoided, will result

in death or serious injury.

WARNING indicates a

hazardous situation

which, if not avoided, could

result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION, used with

the safety alert

symbol, indicates a hazardous

situation which, if not avoided,

could result in minor or moderate

injury.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

NOTICE is used to

address practices not

related to personal injury.

CAUTION, without the

safety alert symbol, is

used to address practices not

related to personal injury.

General Tool Safety Warnings

WARNING Read all safety warnings

and instructions. Failure to follow the

warnings and instructions may result

in electric shock, fire and/or serious

injury.

Save all warnings and instructions

for future reference.

KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in

working order.

REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND

WRENCHES. Form habit of checking to

see that keys and adjusting wrenches

are removed from tool before turning it

on.

KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered

areas and benches invite accidents.

DON’T USE IN DANGEROUS

ENVIRONMENT. Don’t use power tools

in damp or wet locations, or expose them

to rain. Keep work area well lighted.

KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. All visitors

should be kept safe distance from work

area.

MAKE WORKSHOP KID PROOF

with padlocks, master switches, or by

removing starter keys.

DON’T FORCE TOOL. It will do the job

better and safer at the rate for which it

was designed.

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8.

9.




USE RIGHT TOOL. Don’t force tool or

attachment to do a job for which it was

not designed.

RECOMMENDED MINIMUM WIRE

GAUGE FOR EXTENSION CORDS

( VOLT)

NAMEPLATE

AMPERES

(at full load)

EXTENSION CORD

LENGTH

25’ 50’ ’ ’

0 – 6 18 16 16 14

– 10 18 16 14 12

– 12 16 16 14 12

– 16 14 12 Do not use.

TABLE A

USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD.

Make sure your extension cord is in good

condition. When using an extension

cord, be sure to use one heavy enough

to carry the current your product will

draw. An undersized cord will cause a

drop in line voltage resulting in loss of

power and overheating. Table A shows

the correct size to use depending on

cord length and nameplate ampere

rating. If in doubt, use the next heavier

gauge. The smaller the gauge number,

the heavier the cord.

WEAR PROPER APPAREL. Do not wear

loose clothing, gloves, neckties, rings,

bracelets, or other jewelry which may get

caught in moving parts. Nonslip footwear

is recommended. Wear protective hair

covering to contain long hair.

ALWAYS USE SAFETY GLASSES. Also

use face or dust mask if cutting operation

is dusty. Everyday eyeglasses only have

impact resistant lenses, they are NOT

safety glasses.

SECURE WORK. Use clamps or a vise

to hold work when practical. It’s safer

than using your hand and it frees both

hands to operate tool.

DON’T OVERREACH. Keep proper

footing and balance at all times.

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MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE. Keep

tools sharp and clean for best and safest

performance. Follow instructions for

lubricating and changing accessories.

DISCONNECT TOOLS before servicing;

when changing accessories, such as

blades, bits, cutters, and the like.

REDUCE THE RISK OF

UNINTENTIONAL STARTING. Make

sure switch is in off position before

plugging in.

USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES.

Consult the owner’s manual for

recommended accessories. The use of

improper accessories may cause risk of

injury to persons.

NEVER STAND ON TOOL. Serious

injury could occur if the tool is tipped

or if the cutting tool is unintentionally

contacted.

CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before

further use of the tool, a guard or other

part that is damaged should be carefully

checked to determine that it will operate

properly and perform its intended

function – check for alignment of moving

parts, binding of moving parts, breakage

of parts, mounting, and any other

conditions that may affect its operation.

A guard or other part that is damaged

should be properly repaired or replaced.

DIRECTION OF FEED. Feed work into

a blade or cutter against the direction of

rotation of the blade or cutter only.

NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING

UNATTENDED. TURN POWER OFF.

Don’t leave tool until it comes to a

complete stop.

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Grounding Instructions

To prevent

electric shock

and death from incorrect

grounding wire

connection

Read and follow these

instructions:

V~ Grounded Tools:

Tools with Three Prong Plugs

6.

3-pole receptacles that accept the tool’s

plug.

Repair or replace damaged or worn cord

immediately.

Grounding

Pin

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

In the event of a malfunction or

breakdown, grounding provides 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 equipment-grounding

conductor and a grounding plug. The

plug must be plugged into a matching

outlet that is properly installed and

grounded in accordance with all local

codes and ordinances.

Do not modify the plug provided – if it will

not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet

installed by a qualified electrician.

Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding

conductor can result in a risk

of electric shock. The conductor with

insulation having an outer surface that

is green with or without yellow stripes is

the equipment-grounding conductor. If

repair or replacement of the electric cord

or plug is necessary, do not connect the

equipment-grounding conductor to a live

terminal.

Check with a qualified electrician or

service personnel if the grounding

instructions are not completely

understood, or if in doubt as to whether

the tool is properly grounded.

Use only 3-wire extension cords that

have 3-prong grounding plugs and

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V~ 3-Prong Plug and Outlet

(for up to V~ and up to 15 A)

This tool is intended for use on a circuit

that has an outlet that looks like the one

illustrated above in V~ 3-Prong

Plug and Outlet. The tool has a

grounding plug that looks like the plug

illustrated above in V~ 3-Prong

Plug and Outlet.

For technical questions, please call

7.

8.

9.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

The outlet must be properly installed and

grounded in accordance with all codes

and ordinances.

Do not use an adapter to connect this

tool to a different outlet.

Band Saw Safety Warnings

For Your Own Safety Read Instruction

Manual Before Operating Saw

Wear eye protection.

Do not remove jammed cutoff pieces

until blade has stopped.

Maintain proper adjustment of blade

tension, blade guides, and thrust

bearings.

Adjust upper guide to just clear

workpiece.

Hold workpiece firmly against table.

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6.

7.

8.

9.








Use special care when unpacking or

replacing bandsaw blade. Wear ANSIapproved

safety glasses under a full

face shield and heavy-duty work gloves

during blade replacement.

Do not operate with ANY

guard disabled, damaged, or

removed. Moving guards must

move freely and close instantly.

Remove “KEY” after use and/or before

removing a jammed workpiece.

Secure properly on a hard, level surface

before use.

Hot Motor! To prevent injury, do not

touch motor during, or immediately

after, use.

The use of accessories or attachments

not recommended by the manufacturer

may result in a risk of injury to persons.

When servicing use only identical

replacement parts.

Only use safety equipment that has been

approved by an appropriate standards

agency. Unapproved safety equipment

may not provide adequate protection.

Eye protection must be ANSI-approved

and breathing protection must be

NIOSH-approved for the specific hazards

in the work area.

Industrial applications must follow OSHA

guidelines.

Maintain labels and nameplates on

the tool. These carry important safety

information. If unreadable or missing,

contact HarborFreightTools for a

replacement.

Avoid unintentional starting. Prepare to

begin work before turning on the tool.





People with pacemakers should

consult their physician(s) before use.

Electromagnetic fields in close proximity

to heart pacemaker could cause

pacemaker interference or pacemaker

failure.

WARNING: Some dust created by power

sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and

other construction activities, contains

chemicals known [to the State of

California] to cause cancer, birth defects

or other reproductive harm. Some

examples of these chemicals are:

• Lead from lead-based paints

• Crystalline silica from bricks and

cement or other masonry products

• Arsenic and chromium from chemically

treated lumber

Your risk from these exposures varies,

depending on how often you do this type

of work. To reduce your exposure to

these chemicals: work in a well ventilated

area, and work with approved safety

equipment, such as those dust masks

that are specially designed to filter out

microscopic particles. (California Health

& Safety Code § , et seq.)

WARNING: Handling the cord on this

product will expose you to lead, a

chemical known to the State of California

to cause cancer, and birth defects or

other reproductive harm. Wash hands

after handling. (California Health &

Safety Code § , et seq.)

The warnings, precautions, and

instructions discussed in this instruction

manual cannot cover all possible

conditions and situations that may occur.

It must be understood by the operator

that common sense and caution are

factors which cannot be built into this

product, but must be supplied by the

operator.

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Vibration Safety

This tool vibrates during use. Repeated

or long-term exposure to vibration may

cause temporary or permanent physical

injury, particularly to the hands, arms

and shoulders. To reduce the risk of

vibration-related injury:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Anyone using vibrating tools regularly

or for an extended period should first

be examined by a doctor and then have

regular medical check-ups to ensure

medical problems are not being caused

or worsened from use. Pregnant

women or people who have impaired

blood circulation to the hand, past hand

injuries, nervous system disorders,

diabetes, or Raynaud’s Disease should

not use this tool. If you feel any medical

or physical symptoms related to vibration

(such as tingling, numbness, and white

or blue fingers), seek medical advice as

soon as possible.

Do not smoke during use. Nicotine

reduces the blood supply to the hands

and fingers, increasing the risk of

vibration-related injury.

Use tools with the lowest vibration when

there is a choice between different

processes.

Include vibration-free periods each day

of work.

Grip workpiece as lightly as possible

(while still keeping safe control of it). Let

the tool do the work.

To reduce vibration, maintain the tool

as explained in this manual. If any

abnormal vibration occurs, stop use

immediately.

Save these

instructions.

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Specifications

Base Mounting Holes 3/8” Diameter (Q’ty 4)

Motor Input

V~, 60 Hz, 1-Phase

Motor Speed RPM

Motor Power 1/3 HP

Blade Speed FPM (For Cutting Most

Hard and Soft Woods)

Throat Depth 9”

Table Pivot (Tilt) 0~45° (Right Tilt Only)

Capacity

Blade Size

1/8” – 1/2” W x ” T x 62” L

Miter Gauge 0~60° Left & Right

Miter Slot Width 5/8”

Miter Slot Depth 1/4”

Unpacking

When unpacking, make sure that the

item is intact and undamaged. If any parts

are missing or broken, please call Harbor

FreightTools at as soon as

possible.

Instructions for putting

into use

Read the entire Important

Safety Information

section at the beginning of this

manual including all text under

subheadings therein before set up

or use of this product.

To prevent

serious injury

from accidental

operation:

Turn the Power Switch of the tool

to its “OFF” position and unplug

the tool from its electrical outlet

before assembling or making any

adjustments to the tool.

Note: For additional information regarding the

parts listed in the following pages, refer

to the Assembly Diagram near the end of

this manual.

Mounting

1.

2.

3.

4.

This tool must be mounted to a level,

stable bench or table before use.

If the mounting surface does not have

predrilled holes that match the four holes

in the Base (70) of the Band Saw, four

3/8” holes will have to be drilled.

CAUTION! When drilling, check for

electric wiring or cables that may be

in the path of the hole(s) being drilled.

Secure the Band Saw to the surface by

using 3/8” bolts, 3/8” washers and 3/8”

hex-nuts (not included).

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1.

Assembly

Unpack the Table (8) and remove the

protective cover.

Table

Insert

(9)

Table (8)

Connect

Tilt Lock (12)

here

Table (8)

Indicator

Screw ()

Wing Bolt (11) Spring Washer (10)

6. Remove the Table Insert (9) from the

Wing Bolt (11). Insert the Insert into the

end of the slot on the Table (8). Insert

the Wing Bolt and Spring Washer (10) up

through the slot and into the Table Insert

(9) and tighten to secure.

Tilt Knob (19)

Tilt

Indicator ()

2. Slide the slot in the Table (8) around the

Blade. Position the Table (8) onto the

Saw over the two posts. Then, pull out

and release the Tilt Knob (19) to help

align the Table.

3.

4.

5.

Secure the Table (8) using Tilt Lock (12)

and Flat Washer (13) through the hole

shown above. Leave the Tilt lock slightly

loose for now.

Use a square (sold separately) to set

Table (8) perpendicular (90° angle) to

Saw Blade () and tighten the Tilt Lock

(12) to secure the Table in place.

Loosen the Indicator Screw (), turn

the Tilt Indicator () around to face the

scale, align the Tilt Indicator to 0° on the

scale, and hold it still while tightening the

Indicator Screw.

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Operating Instructions

Read the entire Important

Safety Information

section at the beginning of this

manual including all text under

subheadings therein before set up

or use of this product.

TO PREVENT

SERIOUS INJURY:

Do not operate with ANY

guard disabled, damaged,

or removed.

Tool Set Up

To prevent

serious injury

from accidental

operation:

Turn the Power Switch of the tool

to its “OFF” position and unplug

the tool from its electrical outlet

before performing any

inspection, maintenance, or

cleaning procedures.

TO PREVENT SERIOUS INJURY:

Do not operate with ANY

guard disabled, damaged,

or removed. Moving guards

must move freely and close

instantly.

To prevent injury:

Wear heavy-duty work gloves

and ANSI-approved safety

goggles whenever handling

blade. DO NOT WEAR GLOVES

WHILE SAWING.

Blade selection

Band Saw blade selection depends on

the type of material to be cut, the size of the

workpiece and the type of cut desired:

1. The blade width is the distance from the

tip of a tooth to the back of the blade.

Wider blades are more rigid, wander less

and provide a straighter cut. Narrower

blades handle curved cuts better.

2. The blade thickness is the distance

between the two sides of a blade. A

thicker blade is more rigid and has

stronger teeth. A narrow blade is used to

make long, straight cuts with less waste.

3. The blade pitch describes the number

of teeth per inch (TPI). The more TPI,

the smoother (and usually slower) the

cut. The type of material being cut

determines the blade pitch. For soft

materials the correct blade should have

TPI. If hard materials are being

cut, use a blade with TPI for best

results.

Note: There must be at least 3 teeth in

contact with the material 1 to prevent

“blade shocking”. This happens when

the blade pitch is too large and a

blade tooth contacts too much of the

workpiece. This might possibly strip

teeth from your saw blade.

Note: The included blade is 1/4” wide x ”

thick x 6 TPI.

1 TPI must be at least 3 divided by material thickness

in inches to prevent blade shocking.

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Blade

Release

Lever (27)

in released

position

Blade Adjustment Controls:

Blade Release Lever (27)

4.

5.

Tension

Knob (66)

Tracking

Knob (29)

This allows quick changing of the Blade.

Turn it counterclockwise to the down

position shown above to release the

blade. Turn it clockwise so it is pointing

up to restore tension to the blade.

The Blade Release Lever should also

be released before storing the Saw for

long periods and before transporting the

Saw. The Blade will need to be properly

tensioned and tracked after tension is

reapplied.

Tension Knob (66)

Tracking Knob (29)

9.

Switch off the Band Saw, unplug it, and

make sure that the blade is properly

tensioned and the Blade Release

Lever (27) is in the up position before

proceeding. Open the Upper Wheel

Cover (95).

Check tracking by rotating upper Blade

Wheel (56) by hand in a

clockwise direction. View

Saw Blade () through

Tracking Window (99).




Proper tracking is achieved

when Saw Blade () runs

centered on the wheel.

Minor adjustments can be

made using Tracking Knob

(29).

As the Upper Blade Wheel

(56) rotates, if the Blade

moves away from the Knob,

turn the Tracking Knob (29) slightly

clockwise. If it moves toward the Knob,

turn the Tracking Knob (29) slightly

counterclockwise.

Close the Upper Wheel Cover (95).

6.

7.

8.

Switch off the Band Saw, unplug it, and

make sure the Blade Release Lever (27)

is in the up position before proceeding.

Turn Tension Knob (66) clockwise

for more blade tension and

counterclockwise for less blade tension.

Wear heavy-duty work gloves, then open

the Upper Wheel Cover (95) and press

on the blade on the center of a span to

check the tension. They blade should

deflect slightly with finger pressure when

tensioned properly. Close the Upper

Wheel Cover.

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Blade Guide Alignment


The blade guides (37) support the

saw blade at the rear and sides. They

prevent twisting and help to keep the

blade from being deflected by the

workpiece. The blade guides should not

touch the blade when a workpiece is not

in contact with the blade.

Note: Adjust Blade Guides only after the

blade has been properly tensioned, and

is tracking correctly.



Adjust the Upper Blade Guide by

loosening Flat-Head Screws (44) at front

of Guide Block (45) and moving the

Pin (46) toward sides of the Saw Blade

(). Use a feeler gauge (not included)

to space Guide Block (45) ” from

Saw Blade (). Adjust the Bearing

(41) at the rear of the Saw Blade () by

loosening Hex-Head Screw () and

turning the Bearing Shaft.

Adjust the height of the Upper Blade

Guide to clear the workpiece by

loosening the Guide Knob (33) and

adjusting the height of the Upper Guide

until it clears the workpiece by 1/4”.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Work Piece and Work Area Set Up

Designate a work area that is clean and

well-lit. The work area must not allow

access by children or pets to prevent

distraction and injury.

Route the power cord along a safe

route to reach the work area without

creating a tripping hazard or exposing

the power cord to possible damage. The

power cord must reach the work area

with enough extra length to allow free

movement while working.

Secure loose work pieces using a vise

or clamps (not included) to prevent

movement while working. A workpiece

that hangs over the edge of the Table (8)

5 inches or more needs to be supported

properly.

There must not be objects, such as utility

lines, nearby that will present a hazard

while working.


Adjust the Lower Blade Guides by

loosening the Flat-Head Screws (44) and

moving the Pin (46) away from the sides

of the Saw Blade (). Loosen the Hex-

Head Screw (47) and adjust the Lower

Guide Block (49) so the rear of the Saw

Blade () is positioned ” away

from Bearing (41). Use a feeler gauge

(not included) to check correct distance.

Tighten Hex-Head Screw (47). Tighten

the Flat-Head Screws (44).

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General Operation

To prevent

serious injury

from entanglement:

Keep hands clear of Blade ()

at all times and do not wear

gloves when sawing.

Note: The blade is not tensioned during

shipment to prevent damage. It must

be properly tensioned and tracked

before use, see page

1.

Types of cut

a. Standard cuts are at 90° angle to the

Table (8). Use a push stick to guide the

workpiece through the Saw Blade ().

b. Contour cuts are accomplished by

guiding the workpiece free-handed for

curve shapes. When using this guiding

method, use both hands to follow the

desired path and keep the workpiece flat

against the Table (8). Stand in front of

the Table (8) and use both hands over

the part of the Table (8) to the right of the

Blade ().

c. Bevel cuts are when the saw Table (8) is

tilted and proper work guide methods are

used. Unlock the Table (8) by loosening

the Lock Screw (12) on the underside

of the Table (8). Tilt Table (8) to correct

angle using the Tilt Knob (19). When

correct angle is achieved, tighten the

Lock Screw (12).

Guide Height

Knob ()

the Guide height. Tighten the Guide

Lock Knob (33) after adjusting.

Table (8)

Figure 2

Miter Gauge

Bar (6)

Miter Gauge

Scale (3)

3. This Band Saw is designed for cutting

hard and soft woods and most plastics.

It is equipped with a Miter Gauge Scale

(3) used to secure the workpiece at a

desired angle to produce angle cuts.

Use the built-in Scale to adjust the Miter

Gauge (3) to the required angle.

See Figure 2.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

Turn on Band Saw using Switch (93)

and allow it to reach to full speed before

beginning to saw.

Use push-sticks, or blocks (when

required) to move workpiece through the

Blade. Use a smooth, steady action to

feed work through the blade.

Make sure the workpiece feeds against

the toothed side of the Blade.

To prevent accidents after use, turn off

the Band Saw using Switch (93) and

disconnect its power supply.

Store the Band Saw indoors out of the

reach of children.

Blade

Guide (37)

Guide Lock

Knob (33)

2. Adjust the height of the upper Blade

Guide (37) to barely clear the workpiece.

Loosen the Guide Lock Knob (33). Turn

the Guide Height Knob () to adjust

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Maintenance And

Servicing

Procedures not specifically

explained in this manual must

be performed only by a qualified

technician.

To prevent

serious injury

from accidental

operation:

Turn the Power Switch of the tool

to its “OFF” position and unplug

the tool from its electrical outlet

before performing any

inspection, maintenance, or

cleaning procedures.

To prevent serious injury

from tool failure:

Do not use damaged equipment.

If abnormal noise or vibration

occurs, have the problem

corrected before further use.

BEFORE EACH USE, check for blade

straightness, teeth sharpness, vibrationfree

running. Also inspect the general

condition of the tool. Check for loose

screws, misalignment or binding of

moving parts, cracked or broken parts,

damaged electrical wiring, and any

other condition that may affect its safe

operation.

Do not allow saw dust to accumulate on

or in Band Saw.

Keep the Wheels clean. Debris on

Wheels will cause poor tracking and

possible Blade slippage.

Keep mechanisms and sliding surfaces

clean and free of debris.

Shielded Ball Bearings do not

need lubrication. Small amounts of

6.

lightweight machine oil can be applied

to belt tension mechanisms and sliding

surfaces.

Paste wax can be applied occasionally

to Table Top (8) to keep it slick and

corrosion free.

7. After Use, disconnect from power

source, clean by brushing and wiping

with clean, moist cloth.

8.

9.


If storing for a long period, release

tension on the Blade by rotating the

Blade Release Lever to the down

position. The blade’s tension and

tracking will need to be adjusted after

thus storing.

WARNING! If the supply cord of this

power tool is damaged, it must be

replaced only by a qualified service

technician.

Clear all saw dust from Dust Tube (69)

at base of Band Saw. Do not let dust

accumulate. Use a shop vacuum (not

provided) attached as a dust collector

when possible, and attach it to the Dust

Tube (69). Occasionally, vacuum out

entire Band Saw.

Installing Band Saw Blade

a. Turn the Switch (93) to its OFF position

and unplug the power cord.

b. Wear ANSI-approved safety goggles

and heavy-duty work gloves while

handling the blade.

c. Move Blade Release Lever (27) down to

the release position.

d. Unlatch and open Upper and Lower

Wheel Covers (95, ) exposing Saw

Blade () and the Upper and Lower

Wheels (56, 82).

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Blade

Guide

Cover (38)

e. Hold open the Blade Guide Cover (38)

while installing the saw blade. Point the

blade’s teeth down towards Table (8), as

shown on the label on the Blade Guide

Cover. Turn the new blade inside out if

necessary.

f. Slip new blade through Table Blade

Insert (7) and over Upper and Lower

Wheels. Slide new blade between

Blade Guide and Guide Block (37 & 45).

g. Turn the Blade Release Lever (27) up to

the engaged position.

h. Close Upper and Lower Wheel Covers

(95, ) and fasten latches. Make sure

that both doors and frames are fitted

together before attempting to secure.

This is necessary for proper operation

of dust collection system.

i. Adjust tension and track Saw Blade

() as described on page 11 of this

manual before use.

SKU

Troubleshooting

Problem Possible Causes Probable Solutions

Band Saw will not

start

Cuts are not straight

Blade dulling too

rapidly

Motor running too

hot

Frequent Saw Blade

Breakage

Workpiece cuts

appear rough

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1.

No power at outlet.

2. Loose, or damaged electrical

connections or wiring.

1.

2.

3.

1.

2.

3.

Work not square with Table.

Dull Blade.

Blade Guide Assembly loose.

Blade is too coarse.

Hard spots on material.

Blade installed backwards.

1. Blade too coarse or too fine for

workpiece.

2. Excessive dirt, chips and sawdust

have accumulated around Wheels

and/or Saw Blade.

1. Blade is too coarse for workpiece

being cut.

2.

3.

Guides/Guards are misaligned.

Possible Blade Weld Cracking.

1. Workpiece being fed into Saw

Blade to fast.

2. Blade is too coarse for material

being cut.

Check power at outlet and at circuit breakers.

For technical questions, please call

1.

2. Check all wiring and connections. Tighten

all connections. If damaged wiring is found,

replace it. DO NOT repair damaged wiring.

1.

2.

3.

1.

Use Miter Gauge; adjust tilt of head at 90°.

Replace Blade.

Tighten Blade Guide.

Use a finer tooth Blade.

2. Increase pressure more gently on object

being cut.

3. Remove Blade and turn inside out before

reinstalling.

1.

2.

1.

Use Blade with correct pitch.

Clean the Band Saw thoroughly.

Use a Saw Blade with a finer pitch.

2. Adjust the Guides/Guards as noted on page

13 & 14 of this manual.

3.

Replace the Saw Blade.

1. Slow down the speed at which you are

feeding material through the blade.

2.

Use a blade with a finer pitch.

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PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY

The manufacturer and/or distributor has provided the parts list and assembly

diagram in this manual as a reference tool only. Neither the manufacturer or

distributor makes any representation or warranty of any kind to the buyer that he

or she is qualified to make any repairs to the product, or that he or she is qualified

to replace any parts of the product. In fact, the manufacturer and/or distributor

expressly states that all repairs and parts replacements should be undertaken by

certified and licensed technicians, and not by the buyer. The buyer assumes all risk

and liability arising out of his or her repairs to the original product or replacement

parts thereto, or arising out of his or her installation of replacement parts thereto.

PARTS LIST

Part Description Q’ty

1 Miter Gauge Adjustment Knob 1

2 Flat Washer 1

3 Miter Gauge Scale 1

4 Pan Head Screw 1

Flat Washer 1

5 Wing Nut Indicator 1

6 Miter Gauge Bar 1

7 Table “Blade” Insert 1

8 Table 1

9 Table Insert 1

10 Spring Washer 1

11 Wing Bolt 1

12 Tilt Lock 1

13 Flat Washer 1

14 Hex-Head Screw 2

15 Tilt Rack 1

16 Bushing 2

17 Tilt Bolt 1

18 Spring 1

19 Tilt Knob 1

20 Spring Washer 4

21 Hex-Head Screw 4

22 Set Screw 1

23 Blade Release Hub 1

Washer 1

24 Sleeve 1

25 Holder 1

26 Hex-Head Screw 1

27 Blade Release Lever 1

28 Hex-Head Screw 2

Part Description Q’ty

29 Tracking Knob 1

30 Spring 1

31 Flat Washer 2

32 Pan Head Screw 2

33 Guide Lock Knob 1

34 Flat Washer 1

35 Guide Lock Plate 1

36 Square Nut 1

37 Blade Guide 1

Spring 1

38 Blade Guide Cover 1

39 Hex-Head Screw 3

Hex-Head Screw 1

40 Screw 2

41 Bearing (Self-Lubricating) 2

42 Flat Washer 14

43 Bracing Piece 1

Bracing Piece 1

44 Flat Head Screw 4

45 Guide Block 1

Guide Block 1

46 Pin 4

47 Hex-Head Screw 2

48 Flat Washer 2

49 Guide Block 1

50 Pan Head Screw 9

51 Rest 1

52 Nut 1

Spring Washer 1

53 Bracket 1

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PARTS LIST (continued)

Part Description Q’ty

54 Shaft 1

55 Bearing (Self-Lubricating) 1

Check Ring 4

56 Upper Blade Wheel 1

57 Rubber Wheel Cover 2

58 Bearing (Self-Lubricating 1

59 Check Ring 1

60 Pin 1

61 Check Ring 2

62 Bracket 1

Hex-Head Screw 1

63 Screw Bolt 1

64 Spring 1

65 Flat Washer 1

66 Tension Knob 1

67 Pan Head Screw 3

68 Flat Washer 3

69 Dust Tube 1

70 Arch 1

71 Pan Head Screw 2

72 Exterior Tooth Washer 2

73 Hex-Head Screw 1

74 Flat Washer 1

75 Motor 1

76 Hex-Head Screw 1

Sponge Strip 1

78 Hex-Head Screw 4

Hex-Nut 4

79 Shaft 1

80 Pulley 1

81 Bearing (Self-Lubricating) 1

82 Lower Blade Wheel 1

83 Bearing (Self-Lubricating) 1

84 Check Ring 1

85 Drive Belt 1

86 Tap Screw 3

87 Pulley 1

88 Flat Washer 1

89 Flat Head Screw 1

Part Description Q’ty

90 Power Cord 1

91 Rubber Holding Bushing 2

92 Switch Box 1

93 Switch 1

94 Pan Head Screw 2

95 Upper Wheel Cover 1

96 Door Lock 2

97 Logo 1

98 Tap Screw 1

Flat Washer 1

99 Window 1

Tap Screw 1

Blade Brush 1

Lower Wheel Cover 1

Sponge Strip 1

Hinge 4

Flat Head Screw & Nut 8

Tap Screw 8

Small Wheel 1

Set Screw 1

Guide Adjustment Seat 1

Washer 1

Guide Height Knob 1

Hex-Head Screw 2

Square Cover 1

Band Saw Blade 1

Hex-Nut 1

Hex-Head Screw 1

Tap Screw 1

Glide Cover 1

Tilt Indicator 1

Flat Washer 1

Indicator Screw 1

Restrainer 1

Hex Wrench M2 X 48 X 16 1

Hex Wrench M4 X 70 X 25 1

Open End Wrench 10 X 12mm 1

Pan Head Screw M4x10 2

Blade Cover 1

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ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM

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Record Product’s Serial Number Here:

Note: If product has no serial number, record month and year of purchase instead.

Note: Some parts are listed and shown for illustration purposes only, and are not available

individually as replacement parts.

90 Day warranty

HarborFreightTools Co. makes every effort to assure that its products meet high quality and

durability standards, and warrants to the original purchaser that this product is free from defects

in materials and workmanship for the period of 90 days from the date of purchase. This warranty

does not apply to damage due directly or indirectly, to misuse, abuse, negligence or accidents,

repairs or alterations outside our facilities, criminal activity, improper installation, normal wear

and tear, or to lack of maintenance. We shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to persons

or property, or for incidental, contingent, special or consequential damages arising from the use

of our product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential

damages, so the above limitation of exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty is expressly

in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and

fitness.

To take advantage of this warranty, the product or part must be returned to us with transportation

charges prepaid. Proof of purchase date and an explanation of the complaint must accompany

the merchandise. If our inspection verifies the defect, we will either repair or replace the product at

our election or we may elect to refund the purchase price if we cannot readily and quickly provide

you with a replacement. We will return repaired products at our expense, but if we determine

there is no defect, or that the defect resulted from causes not within the scope of our warranty,

then you must bear the cost of returning the product.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from

state to state.

Mission Oaks Blvd. • PO Box • Camarillo, CA • ()

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HARBOR FREIGHT HORIZONTAL BAND SAW

NO TELLING HOW MUCH TIME I HAVE WASTED IN MY SHOP BECAUSE
I DIDN'T HAVE A PROPER SAW TO CUT STOCK TO LENGTH .
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THIS IS PARTLY BECAUSE I AM A CHEAPSKATE BUT MOSTLY BECAUSE THE IS NO PLACE TO PUT ONE .

I SOLVED BOTH PROBLEMS WITH ONE OF THE INFAMOUS HARBOR FREIGHT 4 x 6 HORIZONTAL BAND SAWS .
IT IS SMALL ENOUGH TO FIT IN THE CROWDED SHOP AND ONLY SET ME BACK $ WITH A 20% OFF COUPON .

THE SAME SAW IS SOLD UNDER A HALF DOZEN DIFFERENT NAMES BUT NOTHING CLOSE TO THAT PRICE .

SO HERE IT IS IN THE SHOP . I WILL BE MAKING SOME USEFUL MODIFICATIONS TO IMPROVE IT .
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