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First remove the battery, next make sure of the blade rotation and remove the hex bolt and OUTER flange lift the guard and put the blade on the spindle. Reinstall the outer flange and tighten the hex bolt, generally newer saws have a spindle lock to hold spindle to tighten the blade. If this is a Porter Cable like in the header you can go to dewaltservicenet.com and with your model and type number find an operators manual. Let me know if you need more assistance.
Some furniture shops used 7 1/4 circular saw blade for other brands of circular saw. Based on my experienced it's applicable as long their is clearance for the blade not touch the adjustable safety cover of the unit. Thanks for asking FixYa.
Remove the battery, take the blade back off and you will see the holes for the torsion spring. what you will have to do is start putting lower guard on but pretenstion the spring so it will fit back into the proper holes, it might be a benefit to remove the small bumper so that you can move the guard more. when installing the blade you don't remove the lower guard just retract it and slide the blade in place. Usually there is a retaining ring to hold the guard in place but I looked at a breakdown and didn't see one. Let me know if you need more assistance before voting please. Thank you