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Cannot seem to get blades to lock into tool

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Northern Tool 10" compound miter saw. How do I change the blade?


remove the power cord from the socket in the wall first
if there is a small hole in the blade , place a phillips screw driver in that hole and turn until the driver is locked against the depth guard
use the correct size spanner /socket and undo the spindle nut holding the blade on
if there is no hole ,then place the screw driver in the teeth of the blade to lock it

the motor will spin so that the teeth cut against the direction of cut ( up into the guard or up through the depth guard ( blades normally have a arrow for rotation direction)
tighten the spindle nut and if no hole in the blade use a hammer and hit the spanner with a hard rap

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Preventing dremel blades from falling off


do you mean the tools are falling out of end , tools for dremel are held in by a little thing called a collet and locked in with a nut cap both these parts are available from dremel as replacement parts where ever real dremel tools are sold

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Blade too thick got stuck


lock the blade in a vise or grip it tightly and with the clamp open TAP on the shoe to pull the saw away from the blade. Use gloves and unplug the tool before attempting.

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Blade falls off when started. cant seem to tighten blade enough to keep it on


could be quite a few things, first try another blade and try and notice which pulley it rools off of first. If the back pulley look for a loose axle. If the front also look for a loose axle, bent housing ( from hitting work) or the shaft that tightens the blade might have a bent tang. If the front seems to be a problem you can loosen the axle and shim the backside, Also look at the condition of the tires for excess wear.

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I have a Porter Cable biscuit jointer, model 527 and I'm an amateur woodworker, NOT a mechanic. I can't locate my owner's manual on this tool and have the smaller blade in the tool currently. ...


Model 557 is shipped with a 4" diameter blade installed. This blade is used
for all operations except for the "FF" biscuit. The "FF" biscuit requires that
the 2" blade (furnished with the tool), be installed as follows:
DISCONNECT TOOL FROM POWER SOURCE.
1. Loosen four blade cover retaining screws (A) Fig. 10, and remove blade
cover.
2. Depress and hold spindle lock button (B) Fig. 11, while rotating blade by
hand until spindle lock engages.
3. Continue to hold spindle lock button while using the 5/32" hex wrench
(furnished with tool), to remove blade retaining bolt and flange, (by
rotating counterclockwise).
4. Remove blade and store in a safe place for future use.
5. Place 2" diameter blade (furnished with tool), onto blade mounting
flange (orient with teeth facing in same direction as directional arrow
cast in housing, see Fig. 14).
6. Position blade retaining flange (flat side out), to spindle, insert blade bolt
and rotate clockwise until hand-tight.
7. Depress and hold spindle lock button (B) Fig. 11, while rotating blade by
hand until spindle lock engages.

8. Continue to hold spindle lock button while using the hex wrench
(furnished with tool), to tighten blade retaining bolt securely, (by rotating
clockwise).
9. Rotate the "quick set" depth adjusting turret (A) Fig. 12, to the "FF"
position.
10. Lift safety lever (A) Fig. 13, fully retract the plunge mechanism, and
reposition the safety lever as shown in Fig. 14. Slowly release pressure
on plunge mechanism.
11. Reposition blade cover plate to tool, and secure in place with the four
retaining screws (removed in step 1).
DO NOT OPERATE TOOL WITHOUT BLADE COVER INSTALLED

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Sabre saw- craftsman - 17256 - change blades


This saw uses a tool-free blade change. 1. Unplug the jigsaw 2. Place your finger on the lower edge of the see through blade guard, and pull it forward until it locks up in place 3. Lift the tool-free blade change holder (bright yellow piece above the blade), and insert the blade into the slot of the tool-free blade change holder. 4. Release the tool-free blade change holder to lock the blade in place. 5. Pull down on the blade to verify that the blade is securely locked in place. The teeth of the blade should be pointing forward and down. 5. Put the blade guard back down.
You can use with both 'T' & 'U' shanked blades.
Feel free to ask me any other questions about this saw.

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I can't find the lock nut tool


You should be able to use a wrench, unless you have the style that needs a spanner (ring with 2 holes in it). Then, you will need the wrench to fit it. I made one with a piece of 1/8" flatbar and 2 #10 bolts. It isn't pretty but it works.

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Blade falls out.


the lever for the lock has a indentation in it to lock the blade in place (at 90 or 180 degrees try both) make sure it drops into same in blade. not all brand blades will fit even with the word universal! good luck

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Solution for "changing blades on a milwaukee miter saw


Have you removed the old blade yet?

The blade lock my be broken off -- it should be a button on top of the motor.

This saw has left hand threads -- turn clockwise to loosen the bolt/nut.

If you can't find the blade lock, lower the saw onto a piece of wood llike a 2x4 to keep the blade from turning.

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Milwaukee Sawsal Broken blade


Spay inside where blade fits in with PB BLASTER & let set a while. Maybe you will get lucky & the blade will fall out as it should. If not then it will have to be dissembled in this area. There are 2 BB's inside that fit into the small hole on the blade. They are forced in by a spring, be careful not to lose these. Also check the accuatator when you pull the finger release, make sure it is going all the way or it is not broken, Good luck.

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