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Looseblades how to get to the blades to tighten them

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Why can't the screw be tightened?


First of all, the blade has to be seated correctly on the spindle and the screw hand tightened to hold it in place. Next, a locking device such as a screwdriver has to be inserted crosswise between two teeth to prevent the blade from rotating. With the blade locked, the screw can be tightened. Finally, be sure to remove the locking device before operating the saw.

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Why can't I tighten replacement blade sufficiently?


Check the diameter of the replacement blade hole against the removed blade. Similar blades can have different size mounting holes.

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Why won't my saw blade go on tight. the mechanism that secures the blade won't tighten down good enough.


You need to make sure the blade is centered properly on the washer on the spindle as you tighten the nut. It can slip off while you tighten the nut. Tighten the nut a little at a time while you wiggle the blade to make sure it's seated properly in the washer.

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Jig saw blades wont stay in.


loosen it more before you put the blade in.

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Circular saw motor turns when tightening saw blade


Insert a tool such as a screwdriver across the blade guard and against a tooth to prevent blade rotation, then tighten the blade nut. Be sure to remove the wedging device before operating the saw

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How to tighten blade


if the blade is unbalanced it will not stay tight and should be replaced then with a block of wood to hold the blade from turning tighten the replacement blade

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My blender is leaking slightly from underneath the blade. Is there a way to tighten the blade coupling?


I am guessing you have a KSB52. If the leak is through the blade spindle then tightening won't help. The "wingnut" is tightened through use anyway. The most likely cause is a failed seal. The whole blade unit will need replacing, search Amazon for 9704291

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How do i tighten my wiper blades?


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Can't tighten the blade- it spins


Use a round shaft screwdriver place between the blade teeth to prevent it from turning.

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Jigsaw dc330 blades keep poping out when used


Hi Paul,

When inserting the blade, turn the saw upside down to prevent the blade from moving while tightening.

Before inserting a new blade, check the receiver for obstruction or debris that may prevent the blade from properly registering with the tightening screw.

Make sure the blade is fully seated in the receiver before tightening.

The tightening screws that secure blades on any type of reciprocating saws (Jig, Scroll, Sawzall, etc.) are constantly under stress and do wear out. If the problem continues, it may need to be replaced.

Best regards
Mike

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