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How to replace the head gear

I have teeth broken and missing, so it sounds like it is knocking. I want to replace it, but how do you remove the old one.

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I'm going to assume your 7" is like my 9" and say that after you remove the backer pad and expose the spindle you should have access to the gearbox cover that's held in with 4 screws. if you remove those 4 screws and remove the cover you should have the bevel gear exposed.

of course the handle and guard will have to be removed to make it easier.
hold down the spindle lock when unscrewing the backer pad.

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