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Loose cicular saw and nut tightened fast all the way.

I have a Hyundai HD-7500 circular saw. The blade is loose and wobbles despite the central nut being tightened all the way. Now I can not tighten or untighten the nut since it rotates both ways with the dormant motor. How do I solve this so that I can tighten the saw in place to start working?

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  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    Is there a washer on the saw-blade bolt?

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Lester and SCSpriggs,
Thanks for suggesting a solution. I've just managed to solve it with the help of someone in a technical store. We released the nut and found out that the plate that secured the blade in place was back-to-front. The side that should have faced inside has a bevelled edge and this was causing the loose contact of the blade that wobbled. So thanks anyway for your advice.

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Posted on May 31, 2009

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2 POSSIBLE THING'S ,1 THE BLADE IS BENT ,A CAUSE OBEING PINCHED IN MIDSTROKE OF CUTTING OR IF NOT THAT YOU CAN GET A FLAT WASHER TO USE AS A SPACER BETWEEN THE ARBOR BOLT AND THE BLADE TO MAKE UP THE DIFFERENCE.MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT ARBOR DIAMATOR BLADE IN THE SAW FIRST HOPE THIS HELPS.(PLEASE RATE THIS) THANK'S

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