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How do I change the blade?

How do I change a blade on a Skilsaw 5275. There doesn't appear to be a brake to stop the bolt assembly from rotating while trying to remove the bolt.

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Use a hard board to hold blade tight

rem: unplug power cord... thats how i've had to do it
at times

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How to change blade on skilsaw 5380


on a circular saw
pull the power lead from the plug
using a screw driver , place the blade between the teeth and turn until the screw driver is jammed under the plate
use a ring spanner and undo the nut that holds the blade on
pull the blade out and fit the new blade with the direction arrow in the right direction
replace the plate and the bolt do the bolt up tight
rotation will tighten it up
some blades have a hole in the blade in which to insert the screw driver to hold the blade , or a lock lever behind the cover to hold the armature shaft while changing the blade

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When changing the blade on your mitre saw the first step is to unplug the tool for safety reasons. DO NOT disassembly the safety cover, there is a bolt on the housing that when loosened allows the cover to be moved away from the blade to expose the spindle bolt. After moving the ASSEMBLY away from the blade turn the blade by hand slowly while pushing on the spindle lock to stop rotation. Loosen the blade bolt (usually left hand thread) and place the parts in the order removed, e.g. blade bolt outer flange, blade spacer if used. Reinstall blade noting the rotation of the teeth and replace parts in reverse order. After installation check for rotation by carefully turning the blade by hand and replace safety cover to its original position and tighten bolt.

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The saw has a bolt in the center of the blade. The saw blade will have to be held in place, (so it can't turn), while the bolt is being loosened. Pay attention to the rotation direction, as your replacement will need to rotate in the same direction. Once you have removed the bolt, there is a centering spacer that fits between the bolt and the blade, remove it paying attention to how it fits..you will need to put it on the new blade in the same manner. You can now remove your blade and replace. Good Luck. I hope this is very helpful!

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OFTEN there is a button near the blade are to push in to "freeze" the arbor so the bolt can be removed/installed. These are USUALLY left hand threaded bolts.

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