Help finding old parts?

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Old 03-04-05, 05:40 AM
MegElectric
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Help finding old parts?

Hello!

I'm am trying with little luck to locate a switch for a Craftsman circular saw model # 315.11860 I believe it was bought in 1972.

Does anyone know a good source for finding old Craftsman parts?

Thanks in advance for any help. It would make my boss's weekend if I can locate this part so he doesn't have to get rid of the saw.

Meg
 
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Old 03-04-05, 06:03 AM
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Usually with a Craftsman saw, you need to go through the Sears Repair Center. They should be able to get you the right part. If not, you might find that the Craftsman saw is identical to a Black & Decker Saw of the same model. You might visit www.toolpartsdirect.com or give them a call, and see if they can cross-reference your part.

Or, see if this looks like your saw. They list 2 types of B & D #315.
http://www.toolpartsdirect.com/cgi-b.../BD3150_TYPE_1
 
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Old 03-04-05, 06:18 AM
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Welcome Meg!

According to my list that 315 mfr code makes it made by a mfr called Ryan.
Close to 316 code which is Ryobi but not close enough.
I have the same saw that I purchased in '74 and I too will hate to see the day when it passes on.

Here is the parts list for that saw.
Try a Sears parts department and let us know how you make out.

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When I try to view the parts diagram it is unreadable for me. Can you see it?
 
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