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have a look on the motor body there may be two screws near the end were the brushes go undo them and the motor brushes are in there, if there are no screws in the motor body then you need to remove the motor end cap to get to the brushes
OK. first of all unplug it. Then remove the plate that surrounds the blade. Wrenches came with the saw so hopefully you still have them. You need two special wrenches which are sold at any sears hardware store if you don't have a set. The only thing to remember is that the outer nut has reverse threads so turn it clockwise to loosen it and counter clockwise to tighten it. Note the direction the saw teeth point in and duplicate that with the new blade.