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First, start at the top and make sure the hanging bracket is tight against the electrical box. If your fan has a downrod, make sure the set screw is tight. Next, check the blade holder and make sure they're tight. Then check the blades screws. If one of the blade holders are bent, even a little, they would need to be replaced. And lastly, check the blades to see if they are warped. If so, they would need to be replaced.
May be a bad pin (bent over or missing) on your monitor cable to the video jack on your computer. If a bent pin, you can straighten it with small needle nose pliers; VERY SLOWLY--fast moves can fracture the pin and break it. If a pin is missing (broken off), the connector must be replaced. If connector looks good, and is not a molded, but a soldered type, a broken solder joint can be repaired, If it is a molded cable, the entire cable must be replaced. I focused on the cable because this is the most common cause of "no signal", and further troubleshooting would be 'involved', to say the least.
Two things can cause this,the blade isn't centered or the shaft is bent from a fall.Take the blade off and make sure the center hole is over the shoulders on arbor nuts. To check for a bent shaft take off the blade and tighten the arbor nuts and bring it up to speed.You can email them http://www.metabo.com/E-Mail-Center.2032.0.html The Metabo 3-year warranty
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Probably bent jack shaft or bearing. Or the deck bent, where the bearing is mounted. It is possible but probably just jackshaft. Or when you put the blade on it got hung on the part that go's in the center of blade and made the blade sit crooked. Thats what I do.
If you see a set screw where the blade goes, loosen it a few turns. Then run the saw, it should spit out the broken blade. If it has a manual release for the blade, press the release while tapping the blade holder.