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A Parts Guide for this unit is available at , the Owner's Manual can be found at , and the Installation Guide is at .

The Parts Guide linked above has a phone number through which parts can be obtained.

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We have an Oster 78950-100-700 model and I dont' think it worked out of the package. It seems that the head does not move. It is like the bottom blade is putting to much pressure on the top blade and so...

The two screws of the blade guide are tightened completely. Adjust the tension between the blade and the blade guide with the large plastic screw on the side of the trimmer (this allows the blade to move rapidly from side to side). I plug it in at this time and when the cutting blade begins to move the clipper makes much louder noise. This is normal but it sounds like it is broken, it isn't. Adjust the cutter slightly past movement. You don't want it to bounce on the guide

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Problem is we have model#113.247210 band saw and it quits,running/ordered new motor and belt/and still blade stops running when I cut a piece of wood/and it is sqealing.

Hello, W/D here.

I'm assuming here that the tension on the belt is set properly.

It sounds like a bearing in one of the wheels is going out, but the squealing sound indicates that the blade guide(s) may be a part of the issue. Here's how to check:
Loosen and remove the blade. Start the machine and listen to the lower wheel bearings. Remove the belt from the pulley on the band saw.
Spin each wheel separately, being careful not to get your fingers hung up. Listen for grinding bearings, slow revolutions compared to one another, etc. If you can isolate the problem, lubricate or replace the bad bearing.
If the bearings check out to be normal, replace the blade. Set the blade guides so that they are close, without touching, and roll the wheels again. Look for pinch points where the blade passes through the guides. If yours is equipped with a roller plate guide behind the blade, check that it moves freely. (I haven't been able to locate a diagram of the model listed, so I'm not sure if you have one or not).
Replace the guard and start the machine. Try running a piece of scrap wood, and try to determine where the blade is binding. Usually, the blade will bind in the guides, but anything that the blade can touch when it is deflected when cutting should be looked for.
This is all that comes to mind. Hopefully it will help you locate the source of the problem.
Best regards, --W/D--

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The model in your picture is a fixed blade utility knife (model 10-816). Your question asks for instructions for model 10-778, which is a retractable knife. I'll guide you through the 10-778 which you asked for, if you need instructions for the pictured 10-816 please re-post the question.

Push the thumb slide forward as far as it goes exposing the blade. Press the blade change button on the side of the knife (the small button on the left side near the blade) and pull out the old blade.
Insert the new blade and slide thumb slide back to fully engage blade in the internal lock.

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Guide pins for mower blade believed to be sheared. Hit rock and blade came loose on model #917.377682 Sears Craftsman 21'' with 6.75 turbo cooled Tecumseh engine. Threaded bolt came loose in between two...

Just enough to guide the blade in place so the screw can be tightened to secure the blade. BUT - you might have sheared the flywheel key that times the flywheel and ignition system.

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Sounds like your table is tilted. Put a small square on the table against the blade, then adj the table to it. If that is not it, then the blade guides are off up and down, back off all the guides, wheels, turn the blade by hand, get it tracking in the center of the tire, then bring the bearings up the blade, don't push it , just touch it, then bring in the guides, again, make sure it doesn't push it, the guides stop it from going off, it should track by itself. Hope this helps.

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