Question about Skil F0123400AB Na 10" Table Saw, 15 Amps
Saw has been stored for some time
What I do is use some penetrating oil on the mechanism that raises and lowers the saw unit. Usually you will have to raise if a little and then lower and keep doing over until it moves freely. If the unit is rusted you might have to wire brush a little. I dont know what brand or model we are talking about but this works on the DeWalt and Bosch saws that I repair.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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The DEWALT tool-free system ensures quick and easy changing of saw blades.
• Pull the rotating handle (10) up completely. • Unlock the handle by rotating it as shown. • Insert the saw blade into the blade holder (8)
guiding the back of the blade into the groove of
the guide roller (6). • Turn the rotating handle (10) towards locked
position until a click is heard. • Press the rotating handle halfway down
(freewheeling position) and continue rotating the
handle towards locked position. • Press the handle (10) down completely. • To remove the saw blade proceed in reverse order.
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