Where's My Model Number?
The best way to get the right parts for your table saw is to know the model number. That takes the guess work out of finding the right parts for your machine. If you still have your original owner's manual, you can quickly find your model number there--it should appear on the first or second page, maybe even on the cover. If not, don't worry. You can find it on the saw.
Check on the saw's base, especially on the back. That's the most likely place you will find the model number. You may also want to check on the saw's motor. Look for a sticker or ID tag filled with information. That's where you'll find everything you need.
If you're still having trouble finding your model number just give us a call. One of our customer service reps will happily help you find the information you need to start ordering parts.
We Can Help You Fix Your Table Saw
Every repair presents its own set of issues. Sure, some are as easy as pie, such as replacing a knob or saw blade. But if you have a repair that requires you to get down and dirty with your saw's motor, you may want a little help. This is why we do more than just offer you the replacement parts you need to get the job done. We also have plenty of resources to make sure it goes off without a hitch.
Swing by the Repair Center where you can find step-by-step guides--complete with pictures--to walk you through every point in your repair. If you don't find the answer you need there, you can swing by our Repair Forum where a community of experts is standing by to answer any questions you may have about snags in your repair. While you're there, you can share your own expertise with other DIYers looking for solutions to their own repair problems.
Table Saw Parts Ship in a Day!
It's always a hassle when a tool you rely on goes down. This is especially true if you're a woodworker or another professional who relies on a table saw for a paycheck. Having a repairman come to your shop can take days and is going to cost you a pretty penny. Luckily, you can save money and time by ordering your parts from eReplacementParts.com!
All our in-stock parts ship in just one day, so you can rest assured knowing that the parts you need will be on their way in a day. You'll save money compared to a repairman and we can get parts anywhere in the continental U.S. in a matter of days, so you'll spend less time waiting to get back to work, and more time sawing.
If you don't see the parts you need on our site, give us a call. We can arrange for special orders and drop shipments and will do everything we can to help you get the parts you need to finish your repair.
Older Than You Think
The first table saws were invented in Holland in the 16th and 17th centuries. Naturally, they weren\'t powered by electricity, but required hand or foot powering. Since then, we\'ve come a long way, with electric saws capable of handling serious work loads.