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Setting a cutting depth with the silverline half inch router model 675059

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While I'm cutting a 2x4 the blade stops or catches on something? It's happened so many times.


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For which model Ryobi product do you need the manual? Many manuals are available here: https://www.ryobitools.com/outdoor/support/manuals . Just searching for Router gave a number of options. Since most fixed base or plunge routers will adjust similarly for a given style, you should be able to find some information that applies to your router.

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I feel your pain! This is not uncommon. If the bit is slipping out of the collet, it is probably due to a dull bit. The 1/4 inch shanks are more prone to this than the 1/2 inch ones, which is why most new routers use 1/2 inch. (Think about the large size as being analogous to a larger wrench being able to exert a greater torque.) However, if the problem is the housing slipping on the base, you can try wedging a little piece of sandpaper under clamp. If the clamp has a thumbscrew, use a wrench on it to tighten it just a bit more than you could possibly do it with strong fingers. It was just this problem that inspired me to ditch my old Craftsman for a Porter Cable. Good luck!

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I have Poulan electric chainsaw model 1625. I am wanting to sharpen the chain but our local guy only deals in another brand so does not have information on the Poulan. What he wants is : -the catch setting...


you can get a blade sharpening file that has the degrees on it.i usually do 20-40 strokes per tooth an that seems to be suffecient.you can find the file at just about any hardware store

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