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 Ryobi BT3000 10" (15 Amp Motor) Table Saw Parts

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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
A1Screw (6-19 X 5/16 In. Pan HD.)
Part #: 968700004
In stock
9 available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
A2Washer Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 931055821
Discontinued
N/A
A3Anti-Kickback Fingers
Part #: 969169001
In stock
3 available
 $5.46
Add To Cart
A4Spacer Cap
Part #: 662002001
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
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A5Torsion Spring
Part #: 969608001
In stock
3 available
 $1.31
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A6Push Nut
Part #: 969233010
In stock
9 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
A7
Dowel Pin (.309 X 1-1/4 In.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969170001
Discontinued
N/A
A8Arm Obsolete - Limited Quantity
Part #: 969610002
In stock
2 available
 $4.94
Add To Cart
A9Blade Guard Assembly
Part #: 644A04010
In stock
5 available
 $42.56
Add To Cart
A10Dowel Pin (.309 X 1-3/4 In.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969170002
Discontinued
N/A
A11Riving Knife Assembly
Part #: 969168005
In stock
1 available
 $11.06
Add To Cart
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B25Complete 15A Motor Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969214010
Note: See Page G for individual parts.
Discontinued
N/A
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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
C5003/32 In. Allen Wrench Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 820193004
Discontinued
N/A
C5011/8 In. Allen Wrench
Part #: 820193005
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
C5025/32 In. Allen Wrench
Part #: 820193006
In stock
4 available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
C5033/16 In. Allen Wrench
Part #: 820193007
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
C504Large Wrench
Part #: 969244003
In stock
25 available
 $3.73
Add To Cart
C505Small Wrench
Part #: 969244004
In stock
9 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
C506Saw Blade
Part #: 969196001
In stock
3 available
 $108.34
Add To Cart
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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
D1Rip Fence
Part #: 0182011805
In stock
2 available
 $26.28
Add To Cart
D2Screw (10-14 X 1/2 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 968704006
Discontinued
N/A
D3Fence Roller
Part #: 969155001
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D4Roll Pin
Part #: 941401309
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D5Screw (10-24 X 1 In. Pan HD.)
Part #: 607067007
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D6Clamper - B
Part #: 969254001
In stock
19 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D7Roller Holder Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969154002
Discontinued
N/A
D8Needle Roller (1/4 In. X 3/4 In.)
Part #: 623924002
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D9Compression Spring
Part #: 969253001
In stock
24 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D10Roll Pin
Part #: 941401833
In stock
11 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D11Rod
Part #: 969156001
In stock
3 available
 $6.64
Add To Cart
D12Screw (1/4-20 X 5/8 In. Button HD.)
Part #: 410491703
In stock
4 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
D13Washer
Part #: 706382358
In stock
7 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D14Hex Nut (3 mm)
Part #: 660106001
In stock
6 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
D15
Scale Indicator Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969153-001
Discontinued
N/A
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
D16
Slide Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969240001
Discontinued
N/A
D17Screw (8-32 X 1/2 In. Pan HD.)
Part #: 968703007
In stock
5 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
D18Screw (8-32 X 1/2 In. Pan HD.)
Part #: 614658004
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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D19Locking Handle
Part #: A181010227
In stock
6 available
 $6.33
Add To Cart
D20Eccentric Roller
Part #: 969146003
In stock
6 available
 $5.23
Add To Cart
D21Rubber Plug
Part #: 623019004
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D22Locking Handle
Part #: A181010227
In stock
6 available
 $6.33
Add To Cart
D23Clamper - A
Part #: 969252001
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D24Pin
Part #: 969147002
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
D25Screw (8-32 X 3/8 In. Pan HD.)
Part #: 968703005
In stock
6 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
D26Washer Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 931055821
Discontinued
N/A
D27Plate
Part #: 0181010217
In stock
13 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
D28
Front Block Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969145-008
Discontinued
N/A
1000Rip Fence Assembly
Part #: A182010901
In stock
6 available
 $107.30
Add To Cart
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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
E1Miter Table Top Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969177001
Discontinued
N/A
E2Miter Fence
Part #: 969188001
In stock
4 available
 $25.03
Add To Cart
E3Pivot
Part #: 0181010207
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
E4Saw Gauge Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969190001
Discontinued
N/A
E5Miter Indicator
Part #: 969191002
In stock
1 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
E6Miter Fence Holder
Part #: 969192001
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
E7Bolt (5/16-18 X 3-1/4 In. Hex HD.)
Part #: 615570010
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $3.99
Add To Cart
E8Warning Label Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 663344002
Discontinued
N/A
E9Washer
Part #: 631123001
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
E10Adjusting Clamp
Part #: 662285001
In stock
1 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
E11Screw (8-16 X 5/8 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 968702009
Discontinued
N/A
E12Spring Plate
Part #: 0181010305
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
E13Miter Slide Lock Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969225001
Discontinued
N/A
E14Miter Base
Part #: 969228003
In stock
2 available
 $102.12
Add To Cart
E15Guide Bar (holes are not pre-drilled)
Part #: 664137001
In stock
7 available
 $4.00
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
E16
Holder Plate Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969916006
Discontinued
N/A
E17Screw (10-24 X 15/32 In. Pan HD.)
Part #: 968705041
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
E18O-Ring
Part #: A63000000062
In stock
4 available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
E19Washer
Part #: 621721010
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
E20Eccentric Screw (10-24)
Part #: 969502001
In stock
19 available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
E21Quick Stop
Part #: 969500001
In stock
5 available
 $11.51
Add To Cart
E22Eccentric Screw (8-32)
Part #: 969501002
In stock
4 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
E23Washer
Part #: 621721001
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
E24Hex Nut (Elastic Stop)
Part #: 703477006
In stock
5 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
E25Slide (A) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 661844001
Discontinued
N/A
E26Hex Nut (Elastic Stop)
Part #: 703477059
In stock
13 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
E27Lock Washer
Part #: 621032002
In stock
9 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
E28Slide (B)
Part #: 661845001
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
E29Set Screw (10-24 X 1/4 In. Hex Socket)
Part #: 969218005
In stock
5 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
E30Miter Locking Clamp
Part #: 969915002
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
E31Roll Pin
Part #: 941401308
In stock
8 available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
E32Guide Plate
Part #: 644422000
In stock
5 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
E33Non-Eccentric Screw (10-24)
Part #: 0181010802
In stock
11 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
E34Screw (10-24 X 1/2 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 968705007
Discontinued
N/A
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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
F1Complete 15A Motor Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969214010
Discontinued
N/A
F2Switch, Box and Cover Assy
Part #: 664106001
In stock
9 available
 $9.95
Add To Cart
F3Shim Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969599001
Discontinued
N/A
F4Hex Nut (5/8-18)
Part #: 969226001
In stock
8 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F5Saw Table Obsolete - Limited Quantity
Part #: 969101001
In stock
2 available
 $86.77
Add To Cart
F6
Front Cabinet Panel Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 662884001
Discontinued
N/A
F7
Rear Cabinet Panel Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969103001
Discontinued
N/A
F8
Right Cabinet Panel Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969104001
Discontinued
N/A
F9
Left Cabinet Panel Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969105001
Discontinued
N/A
F10Locker Bracket Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969529002
Discontinued
N/A
F11Clamper Bracket
Part #: 661694003
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $18.06
Add To Cart
F12Dust Cover
Part #: 0181010316
In stock
1 available
 $12.89
Add To Cart
F13
Miter Table Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969176906
Discontinued
N/A
F14Clamp Plate
Part #: 0181010323
In stock
7 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F15Needle Roller (1/4 In. X 3/4 In.)
Part #: 623924002
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
F16Clamp
Part #: 662481001
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F17
Shim Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969193001
Discontinued
N/A
F18Hex Nut (5/16-18)
Part #: 607406003
In stock
6 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
F19
Front Rail Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969117001
Discontinued
N/A
F20
Rear Rail Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969924001
Discontinued
N/A
F21Rail Holder Nut (5/16)
Part #: 969251001
In stock
22 available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
F22Rail Locking Clamp
Part #: 663144001
In stock
7 available
 $5.78
Add To Cart
F23Bevel Gear Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969122002
Discontinued
N/A
F24Shaft
Part #: 969123001
In stock
4 available
 $7.82
Add To Cart
F25Gear Shaft
Part #: 969124001
In stock
2 available
 $2.18
Add To Cart
F26Handle Shaft
Part #: 969125002
In stock
3 available
 $5.29
Add To Cart
F27Gear Rack
Part #: 969126001
In stock
4 available
 $7.99
Add To Cart
F28Tilting Gear
Part #: 969127001
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F29Clutch
Part #: 969128001
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F30Cam
Part #: 969129002
In stock
4 available
 $9.00
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
F31Screw (8-32 X 1-3/16 In. Fil. HD.)
Part #: 998292002
In stock
1 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F32Hex Nut (3/4-16)
Part #: A30053034000
In stock
3 available
 $1.94
Add To Cart
F33Washer Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 661796001
Discontinued
N/A
F34Bevel Locking Lever
Part #: 969130001
In stock
3 available
 $8.06
Add To Cart
F35Blade Adjusting Handle
Part #: A182014001
Note: Includes figures F38, F74, and F78.
In stock
15 available
 $11.83
Add To Cart
F38Handwheel Inner Grip Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 662822002
Note: Included in figure F35.
Discontinued
N/A
F39Spring
Part #: 969222001
In stock
7 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F40Spring
Part #: 969221001
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F41Washer
Part #: 706382359
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F42Washer
Part #: 706382360
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F43Washer
Part #: 706382346
In stock
5 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
F44Hex Bolt (5/16-18 X 1-1/8 In.)
Part #: 615570007
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F45Hex Bolt (5/16-18 X 3/4 In.)
Part #: 615570020
In stock
8 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
F46
Screw (10-24 X 5/8 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 968705009
Discontinued
N/A
F47Screw (10-24 X 5/8 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 662493002
Discontinued
N/A
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
F48Screw (8-32 X 3/8 In. Pan HD.)
Part #: 968703005
In stock
6 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
F49Hex Nut (3/8-16) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 607406005
Discontinued
N/A
F50Set Screw (1/4-20 X 3/8 In.)
Part #: 969218001
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F51Spring Pin
Part #: 414011003
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F52
Roll Pin Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 941401831
Discontinued
N/A
F54Scale Label Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969135001
Discontinued
N/A
F55Outlet (15 Amp Single Pole) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969137001
Discontinued
N/A
F56Cord
Part #: 969138001
In stock
2 available
 $29.20
Add To Cart
F57
Cable Clamp
Part #: 989001001
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F58
Bevel Indicator Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969140001
Discontinued
N/A
F59
Wire Nut Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 642149001
Discontinued
N/A
F60
Lock Nut (8-32 Hex) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 643128001
Discontinued
N/A
F61Cone Disc Spring
Part #: 969142001
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F62Retaining Ring
Part #: 622167014
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F63
Data Plate
Part #: 663346001
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $0.99
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
F64Bolt (1/4-20 X 1 In. Hex)
Part #: 615570012
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F65
Bolt (1/4-20 X 2 In. Hex) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 615570011
Discontinued
N/A
F66Hex Nut (1/4-20)
Part #: 622171053
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F67Screw (10-24 X 5/16 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 968705004
Discontinued
N/A
F68Plug Socket Box (A)
Part #: 969230001
In stock
3 available
 $4.49
Add To Cart
F69Plug Socket Box (B)
Part #: 969229001
In stock
3 available
 $4.13
Add To Cart
F70
Screw (8-16 X 3/4 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 968702011
Discontinued
N/A
F71Locker Support
Part #: 664087001
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $1.23
Add To Cart
F73Set Screw (10-24 X 3/8 In.)
Part #: 662079001
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F74Blade Adjustment Handle Grip Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969912003
Note: Included in figure F35.
Discontinued
N/A
F75Screw (10-24 X 1/2 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 968705040
Discontinued
N/A
F76Throat Plate Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969605004
Discontinued
N/A
F78Hex Screw (1/4" - 20 X 3/4")
Part #: 410151704
Note: Included in figure F35.
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F79
Label Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 663181001
Discontinued
N/A
F80Guide Holder
Part #: 0181010110
In stock
7 available
 $17.80
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
F81Drive Belt (Sold Individually,2 Required)
Part #: 662329001
In stock
25+ available
 $31.52
Add To Cart
F821/4 In. Spacer
Part #: 662062001
In stock
6 available
 $4.48
Add To Cart
F831/2 In. Spacer
Part #: 662062002
In stock
6 available
 $4.49
Add To Cart
F84Blade Washer Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 069401030
Discontinued
N/A
F85Screw (8-32 X 3/4 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 614658007
Discontinued
N/A
F86Shim
Part #: 969600001
In stock
17 available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
F87
Label Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 663181002
Discontinued
N/A
F89Screw (10-24 X 1 In. Pan HD.) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 968705015
Discontinued
N/A
F90
End Plug F1 (Front Left) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 662406001
Discontinued
N/A
F91End Plug F2 (Front Right) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 662407001
Discontinued
N/A
F92End Plug R1 (Right Rear)
Part #: 662408001
In stock
8 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F93End Plug R2 (Left Rear)
Part #: 0181010237
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F94Rip Fence Assembly
Part #: A182010901
In stock
6 available
 $107.30
Add To Cart
F95Blade Guard Assembly
Part #: 644A04010
In stock
5 available
 $42.56
Add To Cart
F96Accessory Table Assembly
Part #: A181012002
In stock
6 available
 $145.74
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
F100Accessory Table Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969173001
Discontinued
N/A
F101Handle Shaft
Part #: 969174004
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F102Handle Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969175002
Discontinued
N/A
F103Spring Plate
Part #: 969216001
In stock
1 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F104Retaining Extension
Part #: 623111001
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F105Hex Nut (1/4-20)
Part #: 644585002
In stock
1 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F107Washer Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 706382343
Discontinued
N/A
F108Spacer
Part #: 661853001
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
F110
Hang Tag Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 089110122903
Discontinued
N/A
F111Back-Up Plate
Part #: 0181010309
In stock
1 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
F112Screw(10-24 X 3/4 In. Flat HD.)
Part #: 622183052
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $1.99
Add To Cart
F113Bolt Holder
Part #: 662080001
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $0.99
Add To Cart
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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
G1Arbor
Part #: 969209001
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
2 available
 $15.80
Add To Cart
G2Woodruff Key (3/16 In.)
Part #: 616452010
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
G3Ball Bearing
Part #: 080009008106
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
6 available
 $5.33
Add To Cart
G4Bearing Plate Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969203001
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
Discontinued
N/A
G5Arbor Pulley Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 969210002
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
Discontinued
N/A
G6Retaining Ring Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 622167068
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
Discontinued
N/A
G7Ball Bearing (6002) Obsolete - Limited Quantity
Part #: 089036005069
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
G8Bearing Ball
Part #: 089036005071
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
12 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
G9Motor Bracket
Part #: 4800031
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
4 available
 $30.11
Add To Cart
G10Motor Pulley Obsolete - Limited Quantity
Part #: 4860022
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
1 available
 $11.10
Add To Cart
G11Armature Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 4460008
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
Discontinued
N/A
G12
Screw and Washer (Field Pan HD)
Part #: 4130268
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
 $0.99
Add To Cart
G13Field Assembly
Part #: 4500008
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
4 available
 $39.42
Add To Cart
G14Motor Housing
Part #: 4800030
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
2 available
 $20.81
Add To Cart
G15Brush Cover
Part #: 4570009
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
5 available
 $2.07
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
G16Brush And Spring (15 Amp Motor Only.Sold Individually)
Part #: 4540007
Note: This Brush is for the 15 amp motor. Brushes for the 13 amp motor are NLA - Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
25+ available
 $6.86
Add To Cart
G17Brush Holder Assembly
Part #: 0502020221
Note: Use with 15 Amp motor only
In stock
7 available
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broke1
Question: BT 3000 Miter Slide

broke1

I got this saw used. The miter slide is in two peaces. There are four plastic screws and some plastic square washers. I am thinking this is what the miter slides across. Not sure as to how it all fits together. Also what locks it into place. There has to be some kind of stop. A diagram would really help. Any good comments most welcome.
cos
Question: Shim #969599001

cos

Where can I find replacements
WJA
Reply: Shim #969599001

WJA

Hello cos,

The Ryobi part number 969599001 Shim has been discontinued since 2012. It may be a hard find. You may be able to fabricate one yourself, if you can find the right material.

-WJA
1230843
Question: BT-3000 Throat Plate

1230843

Is there a substitute for this? My throat plate cracked
dennisemurphy123
Question: Dado Insert

dennisemurphy123

will this insert work with 6in dado stack?
WJA
Reply: Dado Insert

WJA

Hello dennisemurphy123,

At one time Ryobi offered a Dado blade set part number 4650306, it is no longer available though. All the information I can find on it is that it was a 6 inch, but I couldn't locate the maximum thickness allowed.

-WJA
rmarkum
Question: Shim-969193001

rmarkum

Whre can the 9691 shims be optained?
patroller88
Question: Removing Spring Clip

patroller88

best way to remove
WJA
Reply: Removing Spring Clip

WJA

Hello patroller88,

The best way to remove the 414011003 Spring Pin, is to get a punch just a bit smaller the hole that the pin is in and tap it with a hammer until it comes out far enough, then you can use a pair of pliers to pull it out the rest of the way.

-WJA
1415261
Reply: Removing Spring Clip

1415261

Hi there, I am new to this thread. I recently inherited this saw and I need to replace the spring that the spring clip holds. Part # 969221001. I cannot find any information on how to do this and would love to know if anyone knows how? The spring is bent not allowing the spring to engage so the blade adjustment or bevel angle can work properly. I would love to start using the saw but cannot make accurate cuts until this is fixed. Thank you!
WJA
Reply: Removing Spring Clip

WJA

Hello 1415261,

If it is part number 414011003 Spring Pin you are speaking about.

Just follow the instructions that I gave patroller88 above. If that is not the part you are speaking of. Post the part number and we do our best to help you.

-WJA
1215836
Question: Ryobi Power Switch Conversion

1215836

I just received a power switch conversion kit for my Ryobi B3000 table saw. It was supposed to come with an owners manual/installation instructions. It did not. The new switch has four electrical poles. The existing switch has two poles and an accessory plug. How do I wire the new switch?
Thanks,
Jim
jnewell
Question: PART NUMBER: 969599-001

jnewell

is there a replacement for this part?
WJA
Reply: PART NUMBER: 969599-001

WJA

Hello jnewell,

The two Craftsman saws that use the 969599-001 shim, were manufactured by Ryobi for Craftsman. The Ryobi saw was a model number BT3000. The shim for the Ryobi is also no longer available. It was part number 969599001. You can keep searching on line for both part numbers to see if anyone has one or look for a used saw that someone is parting out.

-WJA
1548166
Reply: PART NUMBER: 969599-001

1548166

This shim simply fell out after my BT3000 had been stored for 8 years and I was trying to prepare it for use now. Can the saw be operated reliably without this part?
addison
Question: Shim

addison

The shim that is discontinued on the BT3000, F3,---what is a replacement or do I have to buy the plate that the blade/motor go up and down against? Is there no shim on the new plate?
Ncogknetoe
Question: Ryobi BT3000 Table Saw

Ncogknetoe

I am having a problem finding a part number for the plastic tool clamps that hold both fences to the stand when not in use. Are they still available?

RHH
kramme
Question: Ryobi BT3000 10" Stand As...

kramme

is there anyplace available to get parts?
WJA
Reply: Ryobi BT3000 10" Stand As...

WJA

Hello kramme,

I cannot locate anywhere that you can purchase individual parts for the Ryobi A181011303 BT3000 saw stand assembly. It looks as if the manufacture supplies this item as only a complete assembly.

-WJA
1167348
Question: Blade Height Adjustment

1167348

Is this the part,
Blade Adjusting Handle
Part Number: A182014001
needed to raise and lower the blade?
(for a BT3000 10" Table Saw)
Thanks!
WJA
Reply: Blade Height Adjustment

WJA

Hello 1167348,

Yes, the part number A182014001 Blade Adjusting Handle, is used to raise and lower the blade for the Ryobi BT3000 Table Saw.

-WJA
fnolteiii
Question: BT3000 Motor Swap Out

fnolteiii

I purchased my BT3000 in 1992 and if I'm not mistaken, it came with a 13 amp motor. Is there any way of swapping out the 13 amp motor for the 15 amp motor? I've seen the 15 amp motor and it does cut easier than my 13 amp motor. Is it as easy as ordering the 15 amp motor and just dropping it in or is there a bit more to it than that?
WJA
Reply: BT3000 Motor Swap Out

WJA

Hello fnolteiii,

One of our forum members posted these instructions . On how he removed and installed the new 969214010 motor assembly. I hope this helps you with your repair.

-WJA



You do not have to remove the shaft to remove the motor.Thank heavens!
You will have to remove the dust cover part # 12 and the guide holder # 80. When you remove the guide holder the shims will drop out so take notice of their location
Tilt the motor to the 45 degree position which will swing part number 10 and remove the bolt, nuts, and spacers from the top of the shaft. Do the same thing from the bottom of the shaft and you will find that you can raise the motor clear off the shaft. I recommend that you have a number of small containers to hold all the parts that you will remove. I used prescription medication bottles.
The motor housing replacement is the easy part of the job.
I just replaced my motor bracket part # 9 so I know what you have to go through. I replaced my belts while I was at it (a difficult job) and I am just about reassembled. You might consider replacing the shims---they might have been part of the problem. When reinstalling the shims, put a very small dab of light grease to hold them in position while installing. I found it impossible to install without the grease because the shims inevitably fell out during the installation.
It will help to have an extra pair of hands when you reinstall the motor because you will be holding the motor on the shaft and will also have to lower the motor on the shaft by rotating the hand wheel. Hard to do both.
I responded because I too thought I was going to have to remove the shaft--not necessary!
Good luck!!

Bruce
arauctionaddict
Question: Bt300 Motor

arauctionaddict

I love the saw you tune it just right and it will cut so very good, but I have had to and the first one the motor went out within a 2 or 3 weeks, the second one lasted a year and at $300 a pop .
I was wondering if any one know if you can have them repaired and a local electric shop?
WJA
Reply: Bt300 Motor

WJA

Hello arauctionaddict,

Being that the 969214010 motor is a universal motor. Any repair shop would test the 4460008 armature assembly or the 4500008 field assembly to see if they were burnt or shorted, and then they would replace them, just as you could do. If the prices on those parts are a little expensive for you. You could have them rewound, usually at a lower price. Just Google armature rewinding abd see if there is a shop close to you and see if they can give you a quote before they do the rewind.

-WJA
I have Craftsman Table Saw Model #315.221850. And I am wanting a front block part #969145-008. Do you have anything that is compatible to this or know where I can get it.
WJA
Reply: Craftsman Table Saw Part #969145...

WJA

Hello dwholcombe,

Since the manufacture stopped supplying the 969145-008 front block individually. It looks as is if the only way you can obtain it is by getting the complete fence assembly.
Part number A182010901.

-WJA
1143523
Question: Extensions For Wide Table Kit

1143523

Would like to be extensions for wide table kit #4730300
WJA
Reply: Extensions For Wide Table Kit

WJA

Hello 1143523,

If you are looking for the Ryobi 4730300 Wide Table Kit. The manufacture discontinued that item in 2011, with no replacement part.

-WJA
hunter66
Question: Ryobi BT3000

hunter66

I am looking for a Rip fence with locking handle. Do you know where i can get this?
Thank you
WJA
Reply: Ryobi BT3000

WJA

Hello hunter66,

The part number for the complete Rip Fence for the Ryobi BT3000 is A182010901. We do have them in stock at ereplacementparts.com ready to ship when you place an order.

-WJA
1134304
Question: Table Saw Wrench

1134304

is it the lare or small wrench needed on the arbor hex nut?
WJA
Reply: Table Saw Wrench

WJA

Hello 1134304,

In answer to your question. The part number 969244003 large wrench would be used for the arbor nut.

-WJA
Tilt/elevating mechanism does not move at all. Have cleaned out all debris from gears and have disassembled the blade adjusting handle, cam, bevel locking lever. Could not get the clamping bolt loose from the handle shaft. I think is supposed to pull off, as it is shown separate from the handle shaft in the lube instructions on page 35 of the owners manual. Have tried WD40, but nothing is moving or turning. Is it supposed to come loose? The handle shaft will not move in or out to allow tilt gears to engage/disengage with the gear rack. Currently stuck in the tilt position, with the blade itself in the the vertical position. Could this be an issue with the clutch mechanism?
Where can I buy these shims
WJA
Reply: Need Two Of The Shims Part #9695...

WJA

Hello 1106726,

Unfortunately the manufacture no longer supplies this part. I have heard of some saw owners making their own with thin sheet metal.

Good luck,
-WJA
haltabor
Question: BT3000 Router Table

haltabor

Looking for a router table throat plate to fit the router table. Does not list on part list/picture..
any suggestions??
WJA
Reply: BT3000 Router Table

WJA

Hello haltabor,

Ryobi used to manufacture a router mounting kit for the BT3000 and BT3100. part number 4950301. Unfortunately they are no longer manufacturing that product. If search on line though you may be able to locate one.

Good luck,
-WJA
1075215
Question: BT3000

1075215

How can you tell if you have the 13 amp motor or the 15 amp motor?
WJA
Reply: BT3000

WJA

As I remember Ryobi updated all of the motors for the BT3000, to the 969214010 15 amp motor. I don't think there are anymore parts available for the 13 amp. When it came to identifying the motor. It should of had a spec plate either on the motor or the saw noting the amps of the motor of that saw.

-WJA
Has anyone identified compatable brushes for discontinued Ryobi BT3000 table saw with 13AMP motor? 15 amp redesigned motor parts are not compatable.
jbone
Question: Arbor Nut

jbone

Will a 5/8-18 nut from the hardware store work to replase a rounded off one?
WJA
Reply: Arbor Nut

WJA

Hello jbone,

Finding the correct nut size at a hardware store, as a 5/8-18 nut is a common size. But as I remember it is a left hand thread.

-WJA
hermanl
Question: Rip Fence

hermanl

When setting up tapered jig I am having problems making my rip fence hold a straight line. The top of my fence moves off the line about 3/16" of an inch from the bottom of the fence. I think it is the locking part at the top of the fence. What do you think?
WJA
Reply: Rip Fence

WJA

Hello hermanl,

The parts that I think you will want to look at for wear are part numbers, 969252001 clamper and 969146003 eccentric roller. If the clamper gets bent, it will not clamp as tight as it should. And the eccentric roller is working metal to metal and it could be worn.

-WJA
Cabe
Reply: Rip Fence

Cabe

Hermani, pg 29 of the user manual (look for pdf online if you don't have one) shows how to adjust the rip fence. Basically the 2 black hex screws on top of the aluminum silver fence can be loosened so that the alignment can be adjusted then tightened. Look at top of page 29
woodbutcher
Question: Motor Rotation

woodbutcher

I have replaced the armature, field assembly and brushes on my BT3000 table saw and now the blade turns counterclock wise... Can someone help me please???
Tinkerdave
Reply: Motor Rotation

Tinkerdave

Hi Wood butcher,
Do you have the 13 amp or 15 amp motor? Thanks.
tinker
chipy2
Question: Router Mouting Kit Bt3000

chipy2

where can i find a roter mouting kit for my ryobi bt3000
WJA
Reply: Router Mouting Kit Bt3000

WJA

Hello chipy2,

No need to search any longer. You can order it at www.ereplacementparts.com. The part number is 4950301.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
how do I replace the rip fence eccentric roller on my Ryobi BT3000 table saw ?
joessatellite
Question: Extension Table Leg Kit - ( 4730...

joessatellite

What is Extension Table Leg Kit - ( 4730305 )
do you have a picture and part list?
I have a BT3000 with a table that has a hole for a mounting of a router from below. I hve a problem using the router, because if you need to move the rip fence near of over the bouter bit, you can't get close with out damaging the fence. I have looked for a different fence with an opening to accomidate the bit fo no avail. What do others do?
sharpe427
Reply: Ryobi BT3000 Router Fence

sharpe427

Use the standard Ryobi T-nuts and 5/16 x 3/4 bolts in the slot on the SIDE of the rip fence to attach a 3/4 board as long as the rip fence. The board is a 'sacrificial' part to move your work away from the router bit. You will have to notch the board over the router. I also bought some standard t-track from Rockler and added it to the board so I can mount a feather board ABOVE the table to help keep the workpiece from rising.
Luthier
Question: Moderators Or Anybody HELP

Luthier

This seems to be the most trafficked forum threads/topics here so perhaps I can get someones attention here. If someone would be kind enough to assist me it would be greatly appreciated...

http://forums.ereplacementparts.com/accessory-discussion/49125-craftsman-ryobi-craftsman-model-315-221850-a.html#post66465
golf65
Question: Belts

golf65

Are new belts included? Also, how do I take out the armature from the pulley if I only want to replace the armature and the filed, key #'s 14 and 17 on page 41 in the manual.
how long are the rails
PastorMike
Question: Blade Raising Repair

PastorMike

I just bought a used Ryobi BT3000 for $25 because it would no longer raise the blade. The threads in the gear housing through which the threaded rod goes to raise it were stripped. I was able to JB Weld a nut on to the housing on the bottom of the protrusion that was threaded. It works great now.
yankeeboat
Question: RyobiBT3000

yankeeboat

Just bought a BT3000 and have questions about blades and the blade insert. My saw has a rebuilt arbor and it looks to me like the blade runs closer to one side of the table opening than the other. I have several inserts but none of them fit properly against the blade. What is the correct blade location in the opening?

I tried to use a narrow kerf blade rated for 10,000RPM and found that the washers won't grip it--they require a thicker hub. How do I run thin-kerf blades? Can I change the blade washers or add a shim so they grip my blade? Is there any special need in blade selection?
rlittle
Question: Replacing Clutch Spring

rlittle

My clutch spring seems to have gotten misaligned and deformed along with the spring pin. What's the best way to disassemble the clutch and replace this part.
mddjm
Question: Drive Belt

mddjm

Is there and "easy" way to replace?
1088645
Reply: Drive Belt

1088645

Is there a tool to put on drive belt?
WJA
Reply: Drive Belt

WJA

Hello,

I located a post on this subject that a forum member had posted. I hope this will help you with your belt replacement. By the way there is no special tool to install the drive belts.

After struggling, I found that any kind of heat, water, sunlight and a little stretching with the fingers after can help. But...start the belt halfway on the motor pulley, then (it just wont slip on) start the belt on the upper shaft. Rotate the belt, you may need an extra hand to put pressure on the belt of the motor shaft. While turning the shafts kind of twist the belt till it goes on both shafts. This may take some finger pinching but keep working till the belt engages the grooves. keep turning and twisting the belt. It worked for me. Work it all the way till you only see the last non grooved part of the pulleys. Then go ahead and do the same for the second belt. New belts are very rigid and a little heat and stretching makes it easier. Good luck

Hope this helps,
-WJA
CHUCKKAPPA
Question: DRIVE BELT

CHUCKKAPPA

If the drive belt is broken , will the saw blade stop raisins and lowering.
WJA
Reply: DRIVE BELT

WJA

Hello CHUCKKAPPA,

The 662329001 drive belts are connected to the motor shaft and blade arbor to turn the blade. If you are having problems with the raising/lowering & tilting of the blade you will need to look at the the diagram starting at the blade adjusting handle and looking at all of the parts behind it ending at part numbers 969122002, 969127001, & 969123001 to see if any are broken or missing.

Good luck,
-WJA
jaygreen76
Question: Front Block

jaygreen76

I need D28. Should I look into building/fabricating this piece? .. discontinued :(
WJA
Reply: Front Block

WJA

Hi jaygreen76,
Although the front block for the fence is no longer available from the manufacture, the complete fence assembly is. Here is a link to the fence the part number is A181010901. Sometimes manufactures will no longer supply parts for an assembly, and instead supply the complete assembly, this is the case in this instance. Otherwise looking for someone to fabricate one might be the only other choice.
Hope this helps.
WJA
Larry
Question: Bt3000 Belt Installation

Larry

how hot can you get belts and not ruin them?
UtahAV
Reply: Bt3000 Belt Installation

UtahAV

Hi Larry,

I am not sure of an exact temperature you can heat the belts too. You would not want to use any direct heat source such as a heat gun or a flame, this would certainly cause damage. The best way to heat them is to put them in hot water. Even boiling water would be OK as long as you wear gloves to handle them and take any other appropriate safety measures as you handle the hot belts.

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
bdrash
Reply: Bt3000 Belt Installation

bdrash

I need to replace the belts on my saw. I need to know what I have to remove before I can. I have the belts. The manual doesn't show how or what to do. Thank you for your help. Butch. God Bless
Hi,
I am trying to replace the shims on my Ryobi BT 3000 table saw. The 4 guide holder screws have been removed. The 2 screws on either side of the shaft for the bearing plate have been removed. I still can't get the guide holder out. Do I have to remove the shaft? If so,
how? If not, what am I missing?
Thanks in advance!
chris
Question: Throat Plate Blank

chris

My zero clearance throat plate was ruined. Where can I order a new blank? Don't see any in your parts list.
clarence
Reply: Throat Plate Blank

clarence

they are available from link removed item #14
clarence
Reply: Throat Plate Blank

clarence

ryobi part # is 4070333
Gordon Campbell
Question: BT3000 Shims

Gordon Campbell

After replacing the motor bracket, because of a stripped thread, and replacing the belts, I reassembled but discovered that I cannot raise or lower the motor. How do I tell if the shims need to be replaced or could it be some other problem?
rnugent14
Reply: BT3000 Shims

rnugent14

Gordon, did you get an answer on why the motor can't be raised?

If not perhaps this is the answer:

When you reattached the guide holder to the bracket, you may have replaced the setscrews riding against the shims, and made them too tight. Loosen the setscrews just a bit, and see if that doesn't free up your motor slide. There are 4 of them. But CAUTION:

I have not made that adjustment myself, so you might want to check with a real repairman to find out how tight they really need to be set!

Dick Nugent
rnugent14
Reply: BT3000 Shims

rnugent14

You may have an answer to my problem.

I am attempting to replace the drive belts. I have disassembled the mechanism down to the attachment of the guide holder to the bracket. I have removed four screws and four setscrews from the corners of guide holder, and two pan screws from each side of the bearing. It seems like I should now be able to separate the guide holder from the bracket, but the two are still firmly attached.

What do I do next?
Jimbo in Plano
Question: All Things BT3000

Jimbo in Plano

Best contractor saw on the planet.
Best BT3000 forum on the planet...
link removed/
js.
Larry M
Question: Off On Switch

Larry M

How and where do I replace the off/on switch?
I have been plugging the cord in and out of
the switch, now it will not run!!
eton
Question: Brushes

eton

How can I get replacement brushes for my BT3000 saw?
Don Knecht
Reply: Brushes

Don Knecht

I believe that my brushes are bad because my saw throws sparks when I run it.
Russell Latier
Reply: Brushes

Russell Latier

Need brushes for 15 amp BT3000 024149 9751 4800rpms
UtahAV
Reply: Brushes

UtahAV

The brushes are item #16 on page G of the parts diagrams, part #4540007. Remember that they are sold separately and you will need two of them.

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
john
Question: Raising The Blade

john

Turning the handle to raise and lower the blade has been getting increasingly more difficult over the last year and it is now stuck. Can anyone help?
Rodney
Reply: Raising The Blade

Rodney

Had the same problem. In my case, it turned out to be the shims that the whole motor and blade assembly slides up and down on. One of them broke and had worked itself free, eventually putting the whole works in a bind. Not too difficult to replace, but they are rather flimsy. I suspect I'll be replacing them again in a couple years.
ermio
Reply: Raising The Blade

ermio

There is probably saw dust buildup on the treads of the screws that raise and lower the blade.
Use compressed air to blow off the heavy dust; you should do this often. Then after dusting and at the end of the day, spray with wd40 and work the the blade up and down a few times until everything falls lose. Let it dry overnight. Do this regularly and that saw will last for years or until the motor burns out.
john
Reply: Raising The Blade

john

Your shims are worn or out of place. this just happened to me this week. The shims are behind the saw blade between the guide rails. You can either buy new ones or do like I did and buy some shim stock and make tour own. Shim stock you can get from a machine shop. You will need stock that is ten thousands thick.
Gary
Question: Motor Replacement

Gary

What is the best way to remove the threaded shaft that raises and lowers the motor/blade for new motor/housing replacement?
Gordon
Reply: Motor Replacement

Gordon

You do not have to remove the shaft to remove the motor.Thank heavens!
You will have to remove the dust cover part # 12 and the guide holder # 80. When you remove the guide holder the shims will drop out so take notice of their location
Tilt the motor to the 45 degree position which will swing part number 10 and remove the bolt, nuts, and spacers from the top of the shaft. Do the same thing from the bottom of the shaft and you will find that you can raise the motor clear off the shaft. I recommend that you have a number of small containers to hold all the parts that you will remove. I used prescription medication bottles.
The motor housing replacement is the easy part of the job.
I just replaced my motor bracket part # 9 so I know what you have to go through. I replaced my belts while I was at it (a difficult job) and I am just about reassembled. You might consider replacing the shims---they might have been part of the problem. When reinstalling the shims, put a very small dab of light grease to hold them in position while installing. I found it impossible to install without the grease because the shims inevitably fell out during the installation.
It will help to have an extra pair of hands when you reinstall the motor because you will be holding the motor on the shaft and will also have to lower the motor on the shaft by rotating the handwheel. Hard to do both.
I responded because I too thought I was going to have to remove the shaft--not necessary!
Good luck!!
rnugent14
Reply: Motor Replacement

rnugent14

Gordon,

Thanks for the info about motor replacement. I see from your notes that you replaced the drive belts too.

I am trying to replace my guide belts also. I have disassembled the saw to the point at which I am trying to separate the guide holder from the bracket. I have removed 4 screws and 3 setscrews from the guide holder, and the two pan screws on each side of the bearing. However, the guide holder still will not separate from the bracket. Is there another bolt or screw I must remove?

Dick Nugent
Gerald Rupert
Question: Blade Rotation

Gerald Rupert

After letting my bt3000 remain operative for several months, I attempted to cut a 0.5 thick board. Shortly into the cut, the motor remained running but the saw blade never turned even when the board was removed.
Matt
Reply: Blade Rotation

Matt

Probably a broken timing belt. That's why I'm here..
Curtis
Reply: Blade Rotation

Curtis

It sounds like a broken drive belt.
Ron Pearson
Reply: Blade Rotation

Ron Pearson

Same as question above
jorgen
Question: Belt For Old Bt3000

jorgen

Is the belt available for the old BT3000? The old belt is 10 1/2" long x 1/4" wide.
527527
Reply: Belt For Old Bt3000

527527

THE BELTS FOR THE OLD BT3000 SHOULD STILL BE AVAILABLE, CAREFUL THEY ARE EXPENSIVE ($20) EACH AND REQUIRE 2 USE CAUTION WHEN INSTALLING.
rnugent14
Reply: Belt For Old Bt3000

rnugent14

I am trying to replace the drive belts on my old Ryobi BT3000. I have purchased the replacement parts - 2 belts purchased together. The new parts themselves have the part numbers O20 424010003 and O16 424010003. Are these the correct part numbers?

Also, I am having trouble separating the guide holder from the motor bracket. Having removed the 4 screws and 4 setscrews from the guide holder, and the two screws on each side of the bearing, it seems the holder should come free of the bracket.

What else do I need to do to disassemble the arbor from the motor bracket so I can fit the belt around the end of the arbor?

Dick Nugent
Doug Archer
Question: A Neighbor Lost My Cross Cut Gui...

Doug Archer

What is it called and how do I replace it. It's use is to cross cut without the rip fence.

Regards, Doug Archer
Tim
Reply: A Neighbor Lost My Cross Cut Gui...

Tim

Do you mean the miter fence? It is on drawing E.
Jesse Sexton
Question: Shims

Jesse Sexton

One of the shims that the motor rides up and down on is stuck and makes it hard to adjust blade up and down. What is the procedure to replace these shims?
patrick stewart
Reply: Shims

patrick stewart

You have to remove the left side cover and the remove the blade cover. After this you will remove the blade. Behind the blade there are 4 screws. Loosen all four. If the shim is on the backside you will pull the plate, if the front is where the problem is I would run the blade to its upper level and pull the shim and reinstall a new one. After you bring the blade all the way up, hold the shim and crank it back down to remove. Clean the saw dust from the entire inside of the saw at this time. All gears all corners. It won't hurt to spray the gears with a grease-less spray.
tony
Question: New Motor

tony

Where do I find a new 15 amp motor for the bt3000?
Need help replacing the belt. Dues anyone have any suggestions on best way to replace the belt?
Rod Clemons
Reply: Replace Belt That Drives The Saw...

Rod Clemons

It is very difficult to stretch the belt onto the pulleys so I put the new belt in hot water for a few minutes and it went right on.
Tom
Reply: Replace Belt That Drives The Saw...

Tom

I agree with Rod on belt replacement. After struggling, I found that any kind of heat, water, sunlight and a little stretching with the fingers after can help. But...start the belt halfway on the motor pulley, then (it just wont slip on) start the belt on the upper shaft. Rotate the belt, you may need an extra hand to put pressure on the belt of the motor shaft. While turning the shafts kind of twist the belt till it goes on both shafts. This may take some finger pinching but keep working till the belt engages the grooves. keep turning and twisting the belt. It worked for me. Work it all the way till you only see the last non grooved part of the pulleys. Then go ahead and do the same for the second belt. New belts are very rigid and a little heat and stretching makes it easier. Good luck
I recently bought this saw. The motor was dragging, throwing sparks, and sounding as if it was bound up. Taking it apart I see the back bearing is only mounted into the bakelite motor case. The schematic shows a bearing bushing above, yet says it is obsolete. What gives? This is allowing the armature to be pulled off center so that it is dragging on the coil windings. I cannot believe a new motor housing would hold any better for any period of time, and if I cannot justify buying a complete motor for the price listed above.
Can I get replacement brushes for a 13 amp motor.
Do I have to disassemble the saw completely to replace the brushes?
Mark
Reply: REPLACING THE MOTOR BRUSHES

Mark

Hi Bob, There should be no need to take the saw apart. The motor is accessible from the bottom of the saw. One thing you do need to confirm is whether your saw has a 13 or 15amp motor. The 13amp is discontinued and no parts are available for it. The 13 amp was replaced by a 15amp motor upgrade which is supported. The brushes for the 15amp motor are part #4540007 and are available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com. Good luck with your repair! -Mark
The saw has been a good worker for me. My son turned the switch on, went into another room to plug in the extension cord (at a job site) and then took a few minutes to walk back to it.
Apparently a small chunk of wood was wedged in the blade guide and it caused the motor to smoke.

Is it reasonable to replace the motor? Has anyone done this? Right now it's just taking space up until I find a motor for it.

Thanks for any input on this.
Duane
Reply: Motor Needs Replaced Or Rewound

Duane

I would check the brushes out 1st.
If they are not cracked and at least half the material is still present on them then you know the windings have burnt the insulation off. In which case it will be time for either a new field assembly or a whole new motor. My guess is the insulation has burnt off of the field assembly and you don't need a completely new motor, BUT I am not a specialist or a tech so take that for what ever its worth to you.

I would take the motor to an electrician to get the field and armature tested 1st though to make sure which is bad or that only one of the two is bad.

badovinac@bellsouth.net
Question: Bt3000 Drive Belts

badovinac@bellsouth.net

do you really boil these belts in water to get them to stretch and fit?? wouldn't that weaken them?
Joe-Cornelius
Question: Ryobi BT3000 Rip Fence

Joe-Cornelius

Ryobi BT3000 Rip Fence. I just replaced a bunch of bad parts on the Rip Fence but I don't know the correct way to adjust the screw on Clamper-B.
The original switch differs from what is shown in the current schematic. The original I have is two large square on and off pushbottons, one red, one black. The schematic shows a black rocker type on/off swich. Is this really the correct replacement switch and does it fit the cutout in the front panel of the saw????
Michael
Reply: Ryobi BT3000 Table Saw On/Off Sw...

Michael

The 664106001 rocker switch you're looking at is Ryobi's official replacement switch for the BT3000. You should have no problems using it on your table saw.

You can find the replacement switch here:

664106001 On/Off Switch Assembly - $6.86

Let us know if you have any trouble getting it installed.
bobbailey1010
Question: Ryobi BT 3000 Table Saw Drive Be...

bobbailey1010

I am trying to replace the drive belt on my saw. I do not how to separate the pulley shaft from the saw in order to put the belt on it. Can anyone help?
Mike
Reply: Ryobi BT 3000 Table Saw Drive Be...

Mike

You might want to try rolling the belt onto the pulleys. It's a really tight fit. You will probably have to roll the belt on groove by groove. Just roll the first groove onto the pulleys, and once it's in place, begin to roll on the second and so on. It takes some time but it should work.
996306
Reply: Ryobi BT 3000 Table Saw Drive Be...

996306

Bob, I just put a belt on about a half hour ago and did so by removing the cast frame holding the motor to the body. (6 screws(4 and 2)) Once the large pulley is exposed, wrap the new belt(s) around the MOTOR drive then start the belt on the large pulley and turn it until the belt is in place. I used a small notched stick to move the belts into the appropriate position one grove at a time.
Call me if you have Qs 'cause I've replaced two of these now and have it down to a half hour using a power screwdriver. Oh, as you remove screws, you may want to place them in an egg carton is sequence, so they go back on appropriately.
carkmark
Question: Ryobi BT3000 Belt Replacement

carkmark

I gave my old BT3000 to my Dad and the drive belts need replacing. Does anyone remember the steps to fixing this saw?
1345222
Reply: Ryobi BT3000 Belt Replacement

1345222

carkmark, after removing necessary parts and old belt, install new as outlined above. first, I stretch the belts using a well secured 2x4, an 18" pinch bar and a ratcheting cargo strap to apply 150flbs or pressure over night. try heating if u like, it never worked for me.

also, u might have difficulty removing the guide plate after the six screws are removed. just tap the end of the motor shaft with a piece of wood. it may serve ur interest to lay the saw on its side so the motor is on the bottom. remember where the shims were placed for reassembly and a little white lithium grease may help keep them in place. carefully reattach the guide plate by tightening the 4 large screws a little at a time so not to cock the piece and apply even pressure on the bearing, finally the two smaller screws will complete this operation.
Luthier
Question: Any Help Would Be Apprecated

Luthier

http://forums.ereplacementparts.com/accessory-discussion/49125-craftsman-ryobi-craftsman-model-315-221850-a.html
I would like to use some jigs which I can make or purchase which require a slot where normally a guide slides through. Is there any type of extension table that I could use in place of the sliding table for these special situations?
Joe Bailey
Review: Ryobi - BT3000 Old Reliable
4 star
Joe Bailey
My BT3000 has lasted for many years and although I have been tempted from time to time by expensive cabinet saws, I could never see enough added value to upgrade. Over the years I have added just about every accessory at one time or another, and they all worked pretty much as advertised. Unless I hit the lottery or a disaster happens, my kids will probably have to make the decision of what to do with it when I die. It isn't glamorous, it isn't expensive, it just works -- what more can I say?
Vince
Reply: Ryobi - BT3000 Old Reliable

Vince

I bought mine used off Craigslist - after adjusting and cleaning my worries were over - I have what is probably the greatest homeowners table saw ever made. This baby has it all, light weight easy to move around my shop, sliding table, a huge plus, easy blade changes, very accurate fence, versatile table router mount ( I have a Ridgid 2900 ) all in a compact unit, I made my own zero clearance plate and fitted a 7 and 1/4" extra thin kerf blade for all my general strait cutting, this blade makes hardly any saw dust and is a knife through butter!
This saw exceeded my expectations by a large margin. Five Big Stars *****
Patrick Stewart
Review: Ryobi - BT3000 Mine Is Just Fine
4 star
Patrick Stewart
I purchased this saw with the knowledge that I did not have a big footprint in which to work and that the saw incorporated a router table, came on wheels and could be rolled out of the way when not in use. Yes I've replaced the motor, but like I said, not knowing the saw limits, I pushed the saw to do things it was not built for .I ripped solid oak 3" by 3" stock and it did not bode well for the saw motor. Having learned this lesson. The bandsaw is now in use. Since this time I have only replaced the shims, the rip fence, (which I broke by dropping it). The adjustments, once fine tuned have stayed. The main thing I do is make sure the dust port stays clear and that the dust build up under the machine is cleaned. I have had a router installed in the table since I purchased it and it is the handiest tool in the shop. I constantly make sure to wipe down the surface and wax the rip fence guide. I don't think twice about having bought the saw. It has served me well. I am well able to afford a bigger saw but because of the space limits, no other saw replacement can accomplish what this saw does for the space. I won't be getting rid of my saw .
Happy Man
Review: Ryobi - BT3000
5 star
Happy Man
I've been very, very happy with this saw. I expect it to last me for a long time.
Buck Greywolfe
Review: Ryobi - BT3000
5 star
Buck Greywolfe
I have had my BT3000 for several years. I purchased it because I have a small shop, and have equiped the saw with wheels.The sliding mitre table has served well for the dozen times I've used it. I check the square on that before using and have never had to adjust it.I also made a Tenoning Jig for the sliding table and find it invaluable for this tedious task.The blade lift does clog with dust but I find if I clean it at the end of each use I have no trouble the next time.I have not used the router mount yet. I am building a router table with cabinet and plan to use the mount on the BT3000 for a second set-up during projects.Sorry to hear so many have had issues with this saw. It is, in my opinion, several steps and a leap up from a basic 10" contractors saw or that stupid 'circular saw' table saw from Sears. And, since I don't have room (yet!) for a full blown cast iron monster, this one does just fine, and then some.
MATT HUDSON
Reply: Ryobi - BT3000

MATT HUDSON

My saw also has proven to be excellant. I'm wondering if some are confused with either a newer model of the 3000 and 3001. Apparently Ryobi downgraded the newer units to maintain price instead of quality. The newer units are not the quality as the older units.
Dan (owner of EWC
Review: Ryobi - BT3000
5 star
Dan (owner of EWC
I have been through 2 delta & 3 craftsmen (Sears) and they don't match this saw. I've got the bigger sq.stand and inclosed it to make cabnet to hold tools ,Works Great ,BETTER THEN GOOD. ( THANKS FOR MAKING A GOOD SAW )
Robert Buckalew
Review: Ryobi - BT3000
5 star
Robert Buckalew
Best ever parts hunting tool !!!!! Fast and easy a child could do it .. found my part in 1-2 min as a first time customer .. and your shipping options are the BombThanks
KAZ
Review: Ryobi - BT3000
2 star
KAZ
I have limped along with this thing for the past 4 years. My wife bought it as a gift. She meant well as it was WAY better than what I had. So after reading this you can use your imagination as to what I started with.1. The shim at the back of the height adjustment fell out within the first 6 months so that has been a pain. I have to lift the back of the motor while raising the blade. I use the wrench as a lifting device. Fun.2. The pinion gears clog with sawdust so you are constantly screwing with that issue.3. The raise/lower handle keeper (at the keyway) broke about a year ago. so I used a piece of conduit to hold that together. More fun. A crescent wrench works also. Way more fun.4. And now the miter table fell off the guides so I'm out until I get that replaced.5. The dust collection system leaves a lot to be desired. I connect a piece of PVC to the port and connect that to a garbage can. Pretty backwoods but it works (sort of) until you are running thick stock. Then saw dust flies everywhere. The fun continues.6. The 90 degree stop on the mitre table broke at aabout three months.And so it goes. Over all though I have been able to turn out some above average products with this. It is not a high grade saw and I never expected it to be. I never expected it to be such a pain though. It has provided me with a lot of good times and a lot of angry moments.Unfortunately I will continue to limp along with this until I can afford to upgrade. Grizzly, Powermatic, Delta...
David K.
Review: Ryobi - BT3000
5 star
David K.
I like this tool. It is nice to be able to see the breakdown drawing on the same page as the pricing and ordering information. Too often you need to have multiple pages from multiple website open to get this information. My one suggestion would be to place the drawing letter first in parts list table, A5 instead of 5A.
tommonc
Review: Ryobi - BT3000
2 star
tommonc
Little problems but are a pain.Its hard to keep the sliding table square with the blade.Its hard to keep the cross cut Tee square. Its hard to keep the rip guide squareThe drive belts were a bear to replace Weld on one table leg brokeThe main reason I purchased this model was due to the router table but after having the above minor problems I would think twice about the purchase and go for a craftsman 10"I want to cut wood, not mess with alignment adjustments.Boy do I feel better now!
rnugent14
Reply: Ryobi - BT3000

rnugent14

I,too am sorry to hear of all the troubles some folks are having with their BT3000. My main issue now is replacing the drive belts, but before they broke, I really felt good about the saw - nice precise cutting and understandable rip and miter fences.

Dick
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