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How do I change the blade on a 553 model saw


old school way
unplug

lift safety cover
push the blade into some wood
use a spanner or socket to undo the holding nut

fit new blade
press new into wood
tighten up very well

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Nov 13, 2016 | Saws

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Makita slide compound- Saw Blade. LS0714


It seems as though the original blade was fitted without a spacer. These usually come with any new blade. It is simply a washer (usually aluminium) that fits in the hole of the saw blade and reduces the hole diameter down to the size of the flange on your saw. This is common practice. Never try and centre a blade without the correct size hole to flange size. Very dangerous. These washes are really cheap and can be obtained from most hardware stores. Usually in an assortment of different outside and inside diameters to suit any circumstance. Hope this helps, cheers Bob.

Oct 26, 2016 | Makita Saws

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My saw blade turns but when trying to cut through wood, even thin wood, it stops. What is the problem?


It is probably not properly mounted on the arbor (the shaft that the blade fits over). Either that, or you are missing the anti-slip washers.

Apr 20, 2016 | Ryobi Saws

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Can I still get saw blades for this scoll saw if so need to know where and part number


most scroll saws use a standard length blade with standard end fittings
try a good tool shop or wood working tools supplies for blades for your machine or any shop that sells wood working machinery

Jan 06, 2016 | Saws

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Remove blade on circular saw ks865. motor turns when nut is turned thus unable to undo. Blade cannot turn because it has a screwdriver in the hole provided. Presumable the nut and washer is a bit loos


Take the saw to a bike repair shop. They have super thin wrenches to fit behind the blade and the motor that will hold the armature still while you loosen the nut on the front.

Oct 09, 2014 | Saws

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How to change blades


unplug it. remove the bolt in the center of the blade. the blade will slip off then. a wrench for this should have come with your saw. if not, use any properly sized wrench. if needed, pull back the blade guard, put the blade on a old piece of wood, push down on the saw and use the wrench. the wood and your pressure will stop the blade from turning as you loosen the bolt

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When cutting wood with band saw saw will cease up


This could have many causes...depending on the model of saw, the wood being cut, the blade you're using, etc. etc.
Check that the blade is correctly installed, up to tension, and sharp. Make sure the wheels run smoothly on their on, and under power. Check the horsepower of the motor, and make sure to keep the feed rate down within the motor's capacity. Finally, don't twist the work being cut to a smaller radius than the size blade will handle, or you will bind the blade in the cut.
If you are cutting wood with pitch or grain that is likely to be under tension, perhaps you need to insert a wedge into the cut to prevent the work from pinching the blade as it continues the cut.
I hope that leads to a solution. Sometimes all you can do is feed slowly and be patient...

Jan 25, 2010 | Saws

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Need to change saw blade, lost instructions


1st, !!UNPLUG the saw!! Wear gloves to prevent nicks from contact with the saw blades.
If this is a handheld 'skill-saw' type saw, use a piece of wood to chock the saw blade from turning as you use a proper size socket/wrench to loosen the bolt which holds the blade.
The bolt will loosen counter-clock wise. It will probably be very tight, and you will have to use some effort to loosen it.
Remove the bolt, lift the follow guard and remove the blade.
Replace the blade with a like size diameter blade by raising the follow guard, inserting the blade, replacing the bolt, using a piece of wood to keep the blade from rotating and TIGHTEN the bolt. You will almost feel as if you need three hands to accomplish this procedure but its been done millions of successful times.

Good luck. :)

Mar 11, 2009 | Hand Tools

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Grinder question


Use a pencil and straight edge to mark the cutting line on the wood. Place the wood on the saw table and line the mark up with the saw. Place the mark on the right side of the blade to ensure proper cutting. Plug the saw in and put on your safety goggles. Support the wood on the work surface with your left hand, placing it far from the saw blade. Place your right hand on the handle, and push the trigger to start the saw. Move the saw blade down onto the wood. Put constant pressure on the handle to slowly move the blade through the wood. Release the trigger and raise the blade once the cut is complete. Make diagonal cuts in the same manner, by marking the wood and lining the mark up just to the right of the saw blade. Continue as you would for a straight cut. Remove the wood from the saw. Unplug the chop saw and dust the sawdust off. Remove the dust bag from the back and empty it. Vacuum any remaining dust off of the saw.

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