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Milwaukee Sawsal Broken blade

I broke the blade in my Milwaukee Sawsal that won't come out when I twist the locking mechanism. The break is flush with the edge of the piston and there is not room to pull it with a needle nose plyer.

Can you remove the quick lock?

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Spay inside where blade fits in with PB BLASTER & let set a while. Maybe you will get lucky & the blade will fall out as it should. If not then it will have to be dissembled in this area. There are 2 BB's inside that fit into the small hole on the blade. They are forced in by a spring, be careful not to lose these. Also check the accuatator when you pull the finger release, make sure it is going all the way or it is not broken, Good luck.

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