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On Orbit Pvc Cutting tool, can't get blade to come open to insert and cut the riser.

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Good tip... but when the handles stop, you have to keep forcing them apart until the blade opens (like a wishbone)!

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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Its not so obvious but simply pull rubber handles apart as far as you wish blade to open

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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Open handles as far as they will go then give an extra pull to open the blade.

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I have a bosch jigsaw and the blade keeps slipping out of the roller blade guide after it runs normal for a few seconds. ive reset the blade and changed it.


Hi Rebecca, I hope this helps;
BLADE INSTALLATION
Set the blade orbit selector lever to position III.
Push blade change button downward as far as
it will go and turn the top handle three turns
counterclockwise (viewed from the top of the
tool).
Insert the blade into blade plunger at a 90°
angle to the cutting direction. With a slight
upward pressure, turn the blade teeth forward
(direction of cut) and guide the back of the
blade into the groove in the center of blade
roller guide. Pull gently down on the blade to
seat the blade tabs in the plunger.
With the blade in the proper position, turn top
handle clockwise until a noticeable "Click" sound
is heard, indicating that the blade is locked in
place.
Push blade change button upward to its
original position (flush with the top of the top
handle), and the saw is ready for use.
Removing the blade is essentially the reverse
of the installation procedure, however, take
note that once the blade change button is
loosened, gently push the blade upward to
release the blade tabs from the plunger.

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How do I fix a lawnmower That is not cutting but starting


Hi Helen:
I have encountered a similar situation and the problem was that the blade had been installed with the wrong side facing up.
An easy way to check is to look at the discharge opening. Since the grass cuttings have to come out of the opening, the direction of the blade rotation is in the direction that the grass would come out.
With the engine OFF, look under the cutting deck.
The sharp edge of the blade has to be the leading edge as the blade approaches the discharge opening.
If the blade is upside down you will need to unscrew the center retaining bolt, remove the blade, remove the bolt and insert it from the other side, and re- install.
Hope this is the problem as it is an easy fix.
Safety first, Wear Gloves!
Cheers

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There are three dails on the 1581vs jig saw drill one is for the speed whats the other 2 for


The numbered wheel on the top handle is for speed control. The sliding (ratcheted) lever on the side near the blade is for controlling the forward motion - the blade can either go straight up and down or follow a slight orbit on the downward cutting cycle. The third dial is on the bottom and is used to adjust the angle of the blade w.r.t. the surface of the wood being cut.

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I have a craftsman jigsaw(scroll) that I got for Christmas last year. The blade comes out in the middle of my cut some time. Is there a problem with this type of jigsaw?? I have sanded the top of the...


Most of the time the cause for this is applying to much pressure on the blade as you are cutting. Remember, the blade does the cutting and you are guiding the jigsaw around the cut. This can strip the blade and wear the top of the mount. Adjust the way you cut and you should not have any problems.

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Will this saw be able to cut steel on truck and trailer frames? the steel may be 2-3 inches thick in some places. other places only about a half inch thick. is this a good tool for cutting heavy metal?


Never heard of cutting steel with a chain saw. What works best for me has been a sawzall with a good quality steel cutting blade. The real thin metal cutting blade on a circular saw works pretty good also.

Mar 28, 2011 | Husqvarna Garden

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Blade wont tighten


Here are some directions on installing the blade to ensure the proper procedure has been followed when installing.
  1. Set the blade orbit selector lever to position III.
  2. Fit the supplied screwdriver into the top plunger hole and loosen the internal blade securing screw about 3 to 4 turns counterclockwise.
  3. Insert the blade into blade plunger at a 90° angle to the cutting direction. With a slight upward pressure, turn the blade teeth forward (direction of cut) and guide the back of the blade into the groove in the center of blade roller guide.
  4. Pull gently down on the blade to seat the blade tabs in the plunger.
  5. With the blade in the proper position, securely tighten the blade screw by turning the screwdriver clockwise.
I hope this helps. Please rate on how helpful the answer was. Good Luck and have a great weekend.

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I need to know how to take this puppy apart for cleaning...


If you don't have the orange blade tool, just find a big wire around 1/8 diameter. Bend it and insert both ends on the blade holes. Cover the sharp blade with cloth or use leather gloves.Turn the blade.

Apr 11, 2009 | Juicers

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Use of a Sait Cut abraise wheel to cut PVC Pipe


I worked at a tool rental business while going to college and became familiar with OSHA requirements as it pertains to construction. There is an old saying that if you follow the rule-book by the letter things will quickly come to a grinding halt. I checked on OSHA web site and could not find anything on you question. I recall that using the correct blade only results in a cleaner cut, however there is the possibility that the pvc material can load-up on the blade and cause jambing. An inspection of the blade will answer this. More important is that all safety items are in place like the blade guard and that all workers in the vicinity of the saw are wearing eye protection. We used Norton brand abrasive blades and the following is their guide. APPLICATION GUIDE:
Concrete:
For concrete/masonry - silicon carbide specification for brick, block, concrete, and other masonry materials.
Metal: For metal/steel - aluminum oxide specification for mild steel, stainless, and metal decking.
Asphalt: For use when cutting mostly asphalt.
Asphalt / Green Concrete: For asphalt and green concrete - silicon carbide in coarse grit range. For high performance, hot pressed wheels provide significantly longer life.
Ductile: For ductile iron and cast iron pipe - formulated with a special blend of silicon carbide (for cutting) and aluminum oxide (for long life). This specification is also suitable for cutting PVC.

Hope this helps, enjoy

Dec 09, 2008 | SAIT Portable Saw Cut-Off Wheel TM 12 x...

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Cut off question


Here a few examples: * 5 inch trim saws, usually with a fine-toothed blade and often with the blade located on the left side of the motor, for easy viewing of the blade path. These are available in 120V, AC models, and rechargeable battery models in various DC voltages. * 6 1/2 inch saws, as shown in the illustration above, used for cutting to length nominal lumber for construction, as well as ripping lumber, and cutting plywood or composite material. * 7 1/4 inch saws, often call skillsaws, from the name of a major circular saw manufacturer, Skill. These are the backbone of the construction industry, used for cutting lumber up to 2 1/4 inch thick. They are used for cutting framing lumber to length, and ripping lumber. They also have a number of optional blades which can be used for cutting composite materials, concrete, ferrous and nonferrous metal sheeting, pipe, tubing, and even cold-rolled steel bar stock. * 8 and 10 inch saws, used for cutting to length larger lumber or timbers, up to 4 inches thick. These are heavier, more cumbersome tools used mostly in industrial work. * Worm-drive saws have a gearbox with a worm-geardrive, and are found in 7 1/4 inch models which are most commonly used for ripping lumber or cutting plywood decking or sheathing. They typically have the blade on the left side of the machine, to make watching the blade path easier when cutting parallel to the edge of a wide sheet of plywood.

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