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There is a blade release that you have to push up while inserting blade. If this isn't the problem, there are many types of blades for different jigsaws. You need the one for your brand. Take an old blade with you when you purchase. Good luck
It is REALLY easy, when you know how. There is a black piece, the larger one, near blade insert...lift it and VOILA, you can insert or remove blade easily. I lost manual and spent forever trying to put blade in. Hope this helps.
Use the supplied hex to loosen(not completely) two bolts accessible through the vertical slots in the plastic front plate. Push the new blade into the loosened holding plate with the smooth back edge of the blade against the back wheel. Tighten and check blade firmness before using! Wear protection, use the correct blade, run at max speed before contact, and use a supported cutting bench. Think, plan, execute, and be safe. The motor is only half the power of regular models, so take short rests, and use only for minor jobs.
The JS200 jigsaw has a manual blade clamp so you will have to loosen the two screws on the front of the blade clamp. Insert your blade (teeth forward) and slightly tighten screws alternately so as to leave your blade straight. Once snug then you can tighten both screws completely. Any questions please post back.
They all either have a screw at the side of the blade holder, or some have a hole in the top of the machine where a screwdriver is inserted and a screw loosened to release the blade, and retightened once the new blade is inserted.