It sounds like a bearing is gone on my Craftsman 6"x48" stationary belt sander. I have taken enough off to expose and remove the C clips on the ends of the shaft. However, I can see no way to remove the bearings on either end of the roller. The roller itself will not come off - it appears to be mounted permanently. The bearings seem to be in a "plastic" ring; the latter is not listed as a separate part, so it may come with the bearing as a single unit.
Anybody out there have a clue how to remove and replace the bearings? If I do one is it time to do all four of them?
On 6/28/2012 3:12 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Pictures or at least link to parts diagram????
It had to go on; it must somehow come off... :) I was donated a
similar-sized Craftsman a number of years ago but I've almost never used
it and certainly haven't taken it apart to know otomh, sorry...
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