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Thank you David Speer you made my life simpler by posting the Craftsman Router manual.
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I really appreciate the help I got from this community in order to fix my friends router. As always he found the manual after we fixed the machine. I have decided to make the complete manual available to everyone.
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Thanks Dave for the post. I searched every where for the manual on the web but could not find it. This is a big help and time saver.
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Hi I am new on this site, can you help me to remove the fan on top of this router?
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Hi I am new on this site, can you help me to remove the fan on top of this router?
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Welcome to the forum, Simon.

There are parts lists in the post that may help.

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I tried to remove it,but I can't
Somebody knows how to remove this fan?
Parts assembly not explain how to remove
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I am thinking that you may need a gear puller to remove the fan. ??

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I have this model and today realized that there is allot of axial play (in/out) of the shaft only when the motor is running. Can someone explain how the fan and lock switch is removed. I read about that the fan unscrews. Minme does not seem to budge and it sure does not look like it was meant to be gripped and spun. Does it spin CCW? I removed the setscrew from the lock switch, but the plastic handle does nto slid off. Any advice? Does anyone know what I might find to be the cause of the shaft play?
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Hi JR and welcome. I had one apart a few years ago but I'm not 100% sure how I did it. It seems to me that it required getting the shaft lock off first. The play might be due to worn bearings.

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Wink Sears Router Model#315.17460

Thank you so much for sharing the manual on here! Yesterday, I bought a used Sear Router Model #315.17460 at the local Goodwill Store for $10!!!! It has quite a few bits with it too!!! However, no manual and there are a couple screws missing. After looking at the manual you have on here, I know what I need to use this router (a set screw and a clamping wing nut). I plugged it in just to make sure it turned on...woohoo! I am so excited!!! I want to make jewelry boxes for my granddaughters for Christmas. Any ideas of what to make for grandsons? Out of 14 grandchildren, 3 are boys-LOL!

Anyway, thank you again for your contribution!

Have a great day!!!!
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