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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
A1828942
Screw With Washer (M6 X 20 mm)
In stock
2 available
 $0.86
A2827681
Cap, Left
In stock
2 available
 $27.04
A3827713
Length Scale
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $2.16
A4827683
Upper Cover
In stock
2 available
 $20.09
A5827682
Cap, Right
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $27.04
A6827741
Upper Pad
In stock
2 available
 $2.53
A7817453-1
Retaining Ring (C17)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $1.02
A8827769
Worm Gear, Left Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A9827720
Left Plate Lock
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $15.02
A10828943
Screw (M5 X12mm Hex Soc Cap) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A11827717
Sleeve
In stock
2 available
 $19.23
A12827719
Right Plate Lock
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $38.45
A13827726
Transmission Shaft
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $9.91
A14827766
Washer (125 X 3 mm)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $1.50
A15827724
Lock Nut (M17X 20)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $16.82
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A16827754
Support
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $5.10
A17814596
Washer (M125 X 17 X 03)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $0.86
A18821065-2
Set Screw (M5 X P0.8 X 8 mm) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A19827723
Worm Elevation Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A20827699
Handle Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A21827716
Sure-Cut Knob
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $2.64
A22820379-9
Screw With Washer (M5 X 10 mm)
In stock
4 available
 $0.96
A23827695
Dust Chute
In stock
2 available
 $20.07
A24827753
Chute Knob Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A25827745
Shroud Cover Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A26828944
Screw With Washer (M4 X 6 mm)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $0.86
A27827697
Air Manifold Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A28827932
Rear Gasket Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A29827930
Right Gasket Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A30827931
Left Gasket Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A31827750
Cover Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A32827770
Worm Gear, Right
In stock
1 available
 $13.52
A33827759
Bushing Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A34827768
Elevating Screw, Right Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A35820240-3
Screw Pan HD M5 X 0.8-6 Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A36827704
Dust Chute Plate Obsolete - Limited Quantity
In stock
1 available
 $13.22
A37827767
Cord Clamp
In stock
2 available
 $1.09
A38827738
Spring Coil
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $1.68
A39827678
Upper Frame
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $155.01
A40827725
Support Block Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A41827751
Cutter Lock Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A42827737
Spacer Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A43828027
Screw (M5 X P0.8 X 12 mm Hex Soc.) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A44AC8630
Planer Knife Set (2 Blades) 13 Inch
Note: Includes 2 Blades
In stock
10 available
 $42.37
A44089170101062
Planer Blade
In stock
10 available
 $33.17
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A45827711
Blade Locking Plate Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A46828791
Screw Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A47818654-9
Key (5 X 12 mm) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A48827714
Blade Collar
In stock
1 available
 $2.16
A49828948
Screw With Washer (M4 X 8 mm)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $0.86
A50827787
Cutter Head Pulley Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A51827793
Drive Belt
In stock
5 available
 $20.80
A52827788
Nut Hex (M16LH X 8T) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A53827789
Pulley Motor
In stock
2 available
 $4.80
A54827786
Bearing Retainer
In stock
3 available
 $4.21
A55089210136012
Ball Bearing (6203ZZ)
In stock
7 available
 $2.98
A56827680
Cutter Head Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A57813249-76
Pin Spring Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A58821151-4
Screw (M5 X 08-26 Hex HD)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $1.14
A59813164-6
Nut Hex M5
In stock
2 available
 $0.86
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A60827729
Rod Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A61827817
Special Nut (M10 X 15) Obsolete - Limited Quantity
In stock
1 available
 $0.86
A62827739
Depth Indicator Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A63820401-2
Screw (M3 X 16 mm Pan HD)
In stock
2 available
 $0.86
A64827733
Pointer Elevating Rod
In stock
2 available
 $4.21
A65827734
Coil Spring (85 X 19 X 08) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A66827746
Pointer Cover
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $2.10
A67828944-1
Screw With Washer (M4 X 075-10) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A68827701
Pointer Housing
In stock
2 available
 $6.01
A69827732
Pointer
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $3.18
A70827762
Nut
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $1.09
A71813314-8
Lock Washer (M5) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A72820257-1
Screw (M5 X 8 mm Pan HD.)
In stock
2 available
 $0.86
A73827784
Pinion
In stock
3 available
 $5.03
A74828677
Gear Box Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A75828943-5
Screw With Washer (M5 X 27 mm) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A76828943-4
Screw (M5 X P0.8 X 35 mm Hex Soc.) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A77827773
Spacer
In stock
3 available
 $1.50
A78827772
Sprocket Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A79827794
Chain Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A80817453-4
Retaining Ring Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A81828027-1
Screw (M5 Hex HD)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $0.86
A82828027
Screw (M5 X P0.8 X 12 mm Hex Soc.) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A83821065-1
Screw (M5 X P0.8 X 5 mm)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $0.96
A84827763
Bushing (42 X 11 X 3)
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $1.87
A85827709
Label
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $0.86
A86827719
Right Plate Lock
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $38.45
A87828943-3
Screw With Washer (M5 X 30mm) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A88828681
Plug Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A89828788
Plunger
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $0.86
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A90827721
Washer
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $1.33
A91983000316
Owners Manual
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $7.69
A92821065-2
Set Screw (M5 X P0.8 X 8 mm) Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A93827783
Gear Box Cover
Ships in 5 - 10 business days
 $3.60
A94813312-6
Screw Pan HD M4 X 0.7-6 Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
A95827858
VAC Adaptor (Dust Chute)
In stock
2 available
 $28.25
A96828714
VAC Adaptor Plug
In stock
3 available
 $4.62

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Repair Stories
Symptom:
Broken Belt
Parts Used:
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Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
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Entry Date:2013-12-19 16:10:26
8 of 18 customers found these instructions helpful
Brushes & Drive Belt
Motor stopped running. After some troubleshooting, checked the 827811 brushes to find that one of them was corroded, stuck in its slot, and no longer making contact with the armature. It was very difficult to remove, clean the slot, and replace. Once this was done, in my haste to see if the motor would run I turned the machine on without replacing the dust chute. BIG MISTAKE! (I later rediscovered the manual clearly says don\'t do that or the machine will be damaged. It was.) The machine came on, ran very briefly, made a loud screeching noise, emitted smoke, and the blade & rollers stopped turning. After removing all of the housing, I found that the drive belt on the right side of the machine had been burned in two by the motor shaft because without the dust chute in place the safety brake on the blade roller had engaged preventing the roller from turning.

Installing a new drive belt was impossible until I discovered a bolt above the belt path that sets the position of the motor in order to tighten or replace the belt. Once the bolt was loosened, the motor would move enough for me to slip the new belt on to its drive pulley. This time, I replaced the dust chute BEFORE I turned the machine on. All is now well.
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Discussion
Discussion for the Ridgid TP1300 13" Thickness Planer

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TheSteveJames
Question: Missing!!

TheSteveJames

my tp1300 i bought used for a steal., but the more I use it the more I realize whats wrong with it!, I am missing the entire adjust a cut system and the sure cut lock doesnt do anything!! what are the parts I should be looking at to replace? cost wont be much of an issue
WJA
Reply: Missing!!

WJA

Hello TheSteveJames,

That is going to be a tough one to answer, without the planer in front of me. You will have to get into the planer and compare what parts you do have and don't have with the parts diagram. That way you will know exactly what you need.

-WJA
1166640
Question: Pointer Housing

1166640

is it a clear plastic part?
WJA
Reply: Pointer Housing

WJA

Hello 1166640,

The part number 827701 pointer housing is black plastic with an arch type hole in it. Behind it is the 827732 pointer. It indicates how much you are planing of of your stock. the stock will touch the 827733 pointer elevating rod and it will raise and lower the pointer as it goes through the planer. The 827739depth indicator is a clear plastic piece which is in front of the 827715 thickness scale.

-WJA
WJA
Reply: Pointer Housing

WJA

Hello 1166640,

The part number 827701 pointer housing is black plastic with an arch type hole in it. Behind it is the 827732 pointer. It indicates how much you are planing of of your stock. the stock will touch the 827733 pointer elevating rod and it will raise and lower the pointer as it goes through the planer. The 827739 depth indicator is a clear plastic piece which is in front of the 827715 thickness scale.

-WJA
MarkSr
Question: Planer Knife Set

MarkSr

Greetings, does this knife set fit my Ryobi AP10, 10" Surface Planer?

Thank you,
Mark P. Stanish Sr.
WJA
Reply: Planer Knife Set

WJA

Hello MarkSr,

The part number AC8630 planer knife set is made for a 13 inch planer. The Ryobi AP10 is a 10 inch planer. The part number for the knife set you will need is 6660425.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
bcflblitz
Question: Removal

bcflblitz

How do you remove this part from the armature shaft?
bcflblitz
Question: Warranty

bcflblitz

What is the warranty for this part (armature assembly)
WJA
Reply: Warranty

WJA

Hello bcflblitz,

Ridgid carries a 3 year warranty on there tools. In this case the 13 inch planer. I am not sure what type of warranty covers parts installed by the tool owner. You will have get in contact with the company you purchased it from. Quite a few repair centers will not cover any electrical part that was not installed by them.

-WJA
I need to replace the infeed roller on my Ridgid 1300 planer and was wondering if I should replace the outfeed roller at the same time? And should I replace the bushings at the ends of the rollers at that time too?

Thanks
Tinkerdave
Reply: Ridgid 1300 Planer Infeed Roller...

Tinkerdave

Hi,
Yes replace rollers as sets and always replace your bushings when replacing rollers.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
thenip
Question: Ridgid Tp 1300 Planer

thenip

isthere any adjustment for the drive chain on the infeed and outfeed rollers
Tinkerdave
Reply: Ridgid Tp 1300 Planer

Tinkerdave

Hi thenip,
No there is no adjustment.If you are getting excessive slop in the drive chain then most likely you have wear on your roller bushings.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
nanalinda
Question: Chute Knob827753 Ridgid

nanalinda

where can i find these or is there a replacement for them
mjones
Question: Not Feeding Smoothly

mjones

When planing, about 2" from the beginning and about 2" from end it is not smooth, it is leaving a deeper cut making an impression. Not sure what parts to start replacing.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Not Feeding Smoothly

Tinkerdave

Hi mjones,
Generally thats an indication of a roller problem.They might be dirty or worn.I'd try cleaning the rollers first and if that won't work I'd replace them..Whats happening is when the first roller grabs the board it slip enough to momentarily stop the feed and the blades cut deeper into the board.When the secound roller catches the board it feeds the board smooth enough to not allow an over cut.As the first roller lets the end of the board go the second roller splis enough to allow an over cut.Hope that helps.
Tinker
jerrydeer
Question: Uneven Cut

jerrydeer

are screws adjustable
robben
Question: TP 13000 Planer

robben

Need to replace the motor. I tried to run the motor with the shroud off and the safety switch on, and burned it up.
Suavecat
Reply: TP 13000 Planer

Suavecat

First off, on the right side, there is a blolt that sets the position of the tilt/rotation of the motor, in order to tighten or replace the belt, remove this bolt. If you look at the diagrams, on the motor, you will see a screw on the left hand side of the motor you will have to try using(on the Ridgid/Ryobi it's a allen head screw, labeled as special screw), it's small and the end of it is deep into the plastic housing, the allen key size is about 1/16th or so, it's metric so you will have to try your different small allen keys till you get the right one. Remove that screw, it will permit you to remove the piece holding the on/off switch and the breaker, remove the nut that holds the breaker switch so that you can remove the whole cover, then if you look closely at the bottom, you will notice the pivot rod, it's about 5/16" thick, follow it to the left side, above it (I forgot to mention, that you need to remove the upper cover of the planer and the 2 sides before getting to this point), so above it, there is an allen set screw, back off the set screw so that you can slide the pivot rod, once the set screw is loosened, use a punch to push it from the left to the right, now remove the screw the hods down the receptacle cord and slide the motor out from the left side then, pull it to the left, you may have to make sure that it's not hanging up on the belt. once you have this all done, you should have the motor laying in your hands. (I wrote this when I was tired after a 15 hour day, so forgive my lack of continuity)
The lock for the height adjustment doesn't hold. The wheel turns when the planer is working even though the lock lever is pushed all the way back. Is there an adjustment or does something have to be replaced?
Pug
Question: Plate Lock

Pug

My lock doesn't secure the blade position. When the planer is in progress the adjustment wheel turns. Can I adjust the locks or do I have to replace them?
Hotshot
Question: Planner Blades

Hotshot

in store blades are sold as a set of two is that the same here
WJA
Reply: Planner Blades

WJA

Hello Hotshot,

The item number AC8630 is available to order. It is set a knives.

-WJA
transplant
Question: Bearing Replacement

transplant

I need to replace the bearing on the end of the cutter head, any suggestions?
jack3660
Question: Planer Repair

jack3660

I am trying to replace the motor on a Rigid 13 inch planer TP1300 - Where can I find either a manual or advise on how to do this. The owners manual does not have anything in it at all about this situation.
bcflblitz
Reply: Planer Repair

bcflblitz

I just tore mine apart last night for the same repair. . it isn't easy. Many hidden screws and it is a large jigsaw puzzle. Basically take off outer case by removnig allen screws on top, remove wheel that lowers and raises, turn the black bar that runs behind the motor to loosen, pull out all allen screws that hold the gear mechanism and pull that whole assembly out, then remove serpentine belt so motor will tilt, on left side of unit there is a small hole with a set screw holding the axel the motor tilts on in place, remove that and with a punch drive the shaft out far enough to fully remove motor unit, remove ground screws from base of unit. remove two screws and rigid emblem logo which holds the motor unit together to switch. Remove screws from back and snap ring from around pulley end and the armature should fall right out. That should save you about 2 hours of studying and searching for hidden screws.
jc63gal
Question: Planer Blades

jc63gal

had mark on board so decided to change blades took both out and turned them to the new edge. put everything back together. put in board and it spit out infeed side. like the planer is running backwards. what happened?
WJA
Reply: Planer Blades

WJA

Hi jc63gal,
It sounds like the knives are set too low. Loosen the blade screws and reset the knives making sure the notch on the knife is seated on the cutter-head. What is happening is the knives are lower than the feed roller and the direction of the cutter-head is forcing the stock backwards.
WJA
Makes a reasonably loud knocking noise; like maybe a small piece of word or metal might make it repeated thrown against a hard surface. The three rollers do not seem to have a bearing problem. The machine has probably been used a total of 15 to 20 hours.

The orange belt looks like it may have a flat spot. That is the only thing that I can casually see. Any suggestions?
paldco
Question: Cutterhead Pulley Removal

paldco

I need to replace the pinion gear. I have removed the gear box and I am attempting to remove (at opposite end of cutterhead) the pulley to get at pinion gear. After removing the pulley LH thread nut, the pulley refuses to budge. I can see what appears to be a pin in the pulley body impinging on the pulley threads. How do I remove the pulley and then replace it? Thanks, Al-paldco.
Cathy
Question: Feed Roller

Cathy

Can not find feed roller part.
Mark
Reply: Feed Roller

Mark

Hi Cathy,

There are two rollers on your planer, the infeed roller and the outfeed roller. both rollers are shown on page D of the parts diagrams. The infeed roller is part #828939 and the outfeed roller is part #828938. Both parts are available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark

daniel
Question: Motor Burning

daniel

The motor is sparking badly and burning the brushes.
I have cleaned the brushes but it has not solved anything.
I would like to disassemble the motor but there are no instructions for getting the motor assembly out of the planer.
What could be wrong and where can instructions be found?
bcflblitz
Reply: Motor Burning

bcflblitz

You \r armature is likely damaged.

I just tore mine apart last night for the same repair. . it isn't easy. Many hidden screws and it is a large jigsaw puzzle. Basically take off outer case by removnig allen screws on top, remove wheel that lowers and raises, turn the black bar that runs behind the motor to loosen, pull out all allen screws that hold the gear mechanism and pull that whole assembly out, then remove serpentine belt so motor will tilt, on left side of unit there is a small hole with a set screw holding the axel the motor tilts on in place, remove that and with a punch drive the shaft out far enough to fully remove motor unit, remove ground screws from base of unit. remove two screws and rigid emblem logo which holds the motor unit together to switch. Remove screws from back and snap ring from around pulley end and the armature should fall right out. That should save you about 2 hours of studying and searching for hidden screws.
I am waiting for the replacement brushes for my planer to arrive but have a question. How tight should the brushes be inside the holder? the ones I removed were impossible to remove without damaging them. I mean VERY tight. I have replaced brushes on motors before, but have never seen them this tight of a fit. Most usually slide right in. Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks,
James
Tinkerdave
Reply: Replacing Carbon Brushes In A Ri...

Tinkerdave

Hi james, The brushes should move freely up and down the brush tubes. They may have corroded or saw dust might be jammed between the brush and brush tube.You might try blowing compressed air on both sides of the brush tubes to remove any dust etc. Also you can put a few drops of penetrating oil and let it sit then if you can reach the front and back of the tube gently pushing back and forth to see if the brushes can be removed. I've had them so tight that we have had to replace the brush tube so good luck.Hope this help.
Tinker
Duck69
Reply: Replacing Carbon Brushes In A Ri...

Duck69

Thanks Tinker. I hope it's just the brushes. I was planing some white oak and the motor started sparking then quit, followed by some smoke......ouch!!! I figured the brushes would be the best place to start.:confused:

James
635145
Question: Ridgid 13" Planer

Art65

My Ridgid planer skips occasionally, and I noticed the rollers are badly torn. Is this causing the skipping problem? If so, does anybody have information on how to replace them?
Tinkerdave
Reply: Ridgid 13" Planer

Tinkerdave

Hi,What model do you have.
Art65
Reply: Ridgid 13" Planer

Art65

Its the older Ridgid 13". The model number on the machine is tp1300.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Ridgid 13" Planer

Tinkerdave

Rollers generally won't cause a skipping problem as long as the wear is even on the rollers. The problem you have is most likely caused by the roller bushing being worn.The bushings are made of bronze and have a lot of lateral force place on them during the operation of the planner.As the bushings wear the center of the rollers axes is off enough to not allow both rollers to be inline with each other.this causes slop in the feed chain and cause an uneven feeding of the product as it moves through the planner.With the planner unplugged reach under the planner and grab the roller and see if you can feel any play it it.Feeling play by doing this is not always possible so you might have to take the side cover off and visibly inspect the bushings.Hope this helps.
Art65
Reply: Ridgid 13" Planer

Art65

Thanks for the help. I took the side off and there is some slack in the chain that connects the outfeed roller to the blade roller. also some slack in the other chain connecting the two feed rollers. Is that normal? I did some more research and discovered that this skipping may be caused by incorrect pressure from the outfeed roller. Where do I look for wear on the bushings? and can the bushings be replaced?

Thanks for any help - as I use my planer alot.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Ridgid 13" Planer

Tinkerdave

Hi, On your model you have four bushing blocks. Just follow the rollers out to the end and you will see them.They can be replace and are part of a normal wear item for planners.
duramjames
Question: Ridgid Planer

duramjames

I have a ridgid tp1300 planer. I changed the brushes in it. The replacements were to big and one got stuck i had to pull it out with plyers. I needed to use it so i soildered it and sanded it off and put it in. It worked for a little while but it started sounding like the brush was worn and before i could shut it off it quit. I bought new ones and sanded them and put them in and it would not run. I looked in my book and it said it could be the switch or a supply fuse blown. I think that is it the fuse. But i can not find that fuse can you help?
Dale
Reply: Ridgid Planer

Dale

I don't see a fuse ether. I would go back to the brushes. Sounds like they might be hanging up. And not making contact with the armature.
martino01145
Question: TP13000 Rollers Not Turning

martino01145

i have a ridgid tp13000 planner all the gears and belts are in place and the blade and is turning but the rollers are not. the chain is not broken. is there a shear pin or something i can't see and how can i fix it, thank's
peng
Reply: TP13000 Rollers Not Turning

peng

have you try use your finger to roll the roller? see if it jam? and by the way ridgid have a lifetime grantee, try to contact ridgid, holp it help.
martino01145
Reply: TP13000 Rollers Not Turning

martino01145

i will try that and the repair shop is not taking any more ridgid tools they are backed up! but you did give me a idea thanks.
jack7235
Question: Rigid TP1300 Planer

jack7235

I am trying to replace the motor on this planer and there does not seem to be any instructions, that I can find, on how to do this - can you help or guide me to a manual with the instructions I am looking for.
bcflblitz
Reply: Rigid TP1300 Planer

bcflblitz

I just tore mine apart last night for the same repair. . it isn't easy. Many hidden screws and it is a large jigsaw puzzle. Basically take off outer case by removnig allen screws on top, remove wheel that lowers and raises, turn the black bar that runs behind the motor to loosen, pull out all allen screws that hold the gear mechanism and pull that whole assembly out, then remove serpentine belt so motor will tilt, on left side of unit there is a small hole with a set screw holding the axel the motor tilts on in place, remove that and with a punch drive the shaft out far enough to fully remove motor unit, remove ground screws from base of unit. remove two screws and rigid emblem logo which holds the motor unit together to switch. Remove screws from back and snap ring from around pulley end and the armature should fall right out. That should save you about 2 hours of studying and searching for hidden screws.
fancyboxy