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Blade doesn't move (reciprocate)

Motor makes noise as if turning, but blade doesn't move

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The drive shaft for the blade is stripped or broken. take it back where you bought it.

Posted on Oct 31, 2012

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Point tool away from body.

2. Rotate blade clamp collar (the knurled diamond pattern knob just at the back of where the blade goes) to release position.

3. Insert blade shank from the front.
4. Rotate blade clamp collar to lock blade into position.

Posted on May 25, 2011

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SOURCE: How do I remove a broken blade on a reciprocating

Sometimes if you take the set screw completely out and then use a flat blade small screw driver to wege open the throat you can use a dental pick to get it out. Spray it first with wd40.

Hope you weren't using those cheap blades from harbor freight - that is how I learned that trick - bought the dental picks from harbor freight.

Posted on Jun 20, 2011

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