Question about Milwaukee Tool K06 Switch Milwaukee 6365 6370 6377 6378 Circular Saw
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Milwaukee Sawsal Broken blade
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.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Have you removed the old blade yet?
The blade lock my be broken off -- it should be a button on top of the motor.
This saw has left hand threads -- turn clockwise to loosen the bolt/nut.
If you can't find the blade lock, lower the saw onto a piece of wood llike a 2x4 to keep the blade from turning.
Posted on May 02, 2009
I would suggest going to Milwaukeetool.com and typing in your model number and pulling up a wiring schematic for this tool. If your switch and field are not as shown on this breakdown (its a good one) I would either take it to a repair center or change what is wrong one wire at a time. They also have a toll free number and would be more than willing to help with your problem. Let me know and have a good day. P.S. I would not run the blade backwards though.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
K you used the saw after inserting blade?? If so couple ideas, hold collar open and put saw blade in a vise and try pulling back on saw, or you can remove the quik lok cam and release it that way, its not that hard, but I would try vise first. Let me know
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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