Even though the newest affected saws are now more than 20 years old, and some are more than 50 years old, Emerson Tool Company is continuing to support this program with the goal of making it as easy as possible for customers to permanently disable their saws. In light of the phone camera technology and internet access that is now widely available to customers, Emerson Tool Company has improved the program to reduce the burden on consumers by eliminating the need to ship the saw carriages back to Emerson Tool Company for disposal. Emerson Tool Company has made this remedy improvement in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, which has reviewed and accepted the remedy change.
ETC will provide $50 for photos of serial/model numbers, if you cannot be provided correct photos, you must return the radial arm saw carriage/motor assembly. Details on this offer can be obtained by visiting other sections of this website
No, due to the advanced age of the saws, over 20 years old, kits are no longer available.
If you have misplaced or no longer have the operating instructions for your model saw, download them from this web site or contact ETC by calling the toll-free Hotline number and we will provide you a copy of the instructions at no charge.