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I have a makita mitre saw and need to adjust the angle to 45 degrees. I unlock it and try to turn it but it won't turn. Any ideas?

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  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    which 45 degree angle we talking about, table or compound?

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You have to turn the handle, it works like a bolt, you cant see it but it is tied in, you have to unscrew it before trying to move it

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

  • Alvaro Domingues
    Alvaro Domingues Dec 31, 2008

    and dont forget to press down the clamp at same time

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