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How to keep the blade guard off the Circular saw blade when in use?

I have a 1200 Watt Power and Performance (B and Q) Circular saw,but no instructions,

The blade has a slide over guard when notinuse,butIdon't know how to keep it off the Blade when I want touseit,Also,do you know where i can view instructions on line?

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What is (B and Q) stand for ? This is a circular saw or a table saw, or a miter/chop saw?

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