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Change blade on old model Black & Decker circular saw

Cannot find a "lock" to hold the blade. How do I remove it?

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Re: change blade on old model Black & Decker circular saw

I drp a screwdriver through one of holes in the blade; that "locks the blade" when the screwdriver comes up against the sole plate. Works great for tightening as well.

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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How do I attach the replacement blade on my B&D jigsaw model 7504? I have the replacement blade but don't know how to attach it....

Locate the small hole with the screw inside it directly above the handle, which usually is in line with the blade. Loosen the screw with a flathead screwdriver. Once the screw is loose, gently pull the blade out from the unit .. this works with older Jigsaws for newer ones ,,Locate the release button just above the portal where the blade enters the body of the unit. Depress the button and gently pull the blade out from the unit.

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I suggest calling customer service.

Incidentally, the model number you gave is a 3.6 volt vacuum.

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Remove sole plate and beater bar.
Remove control knob by prising between yellow plastic side of knob and casing using wide bladed screwdriver.
There three torx headed screws holding the clotch assembly in place. Two are visible but the third is accessed via a circular access holein the main casing.
When these three screws are removed the clutch assembly can be pulled out. the thinner belt driven by the motor needs easing over the motor shaft.
There are two screws holding the end plate onto the clutch assembly. remove these, twist the end plate and remove. note where the fibre clutch plate and the metal plate fit and replace this belt.
On opposite end prise off spring washer and this assembly comes off the reveal the belt.

Refitting is the reverse.
Have a look on you tube and type in replacing clutch on Dyson DC4 as there is a 10 minute vidio that is quite good!!
Hope this helps!!!!!

Dec 12, 2007 | Vacuums

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