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The saw blade moves but stops when attempting to cut through even a small piece of wood.


You do not mention what say you have but did say it is a circular saw so I am assuming it is a hand help 5.5 inch cordless saw. Sounds as though you do not have the retainer nut tight our if it is you have the wrong blade on. The hole in the blade is too large. There is a knock out hole in the blade maybe that is gone? Maybe the washer on the retaining bold is missing.
This is a rather strange thing to happen. I would suggest you purchase another blade making sure it is made for your saw and try that.
Good luck.

Apr 20, 2016 | Ryobi Saws

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While I'm cutting a 2x4 the blade stops or catches on something? It's happened so many times.


Dull Blade most likely

Wrong Blade maybe

Wrong cutting depth setting on blade
or the way your using the saw

Oct 29, 2014 | Skilsaw "5150" Circular 7 And 1/4 Inch

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Washers that hold blade in place


Go to eReplacementparts.com. Enter your make and model and find your part.

Sep 12, 2014 | Master Mechanic 13-Amp 7-1/4-Inch Circular...

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21 cm saw blade


21 cm is 8-1/4 inches. You could use an 8 inch blade or 7-1/4. But the diameter of the blade is not the critical thing. You must have a correctly fitting hole in the blade to mount on the saw shaft. Standard English size of the hole is 5/8 inch. Just take your saw with you to the store and try a blade on it. If the hole is a nice fit, your are good! (You posted this under circular saws, so I assume your saw is portable.)

Feb 26, 2013 | Saws

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I bent the depth of cut scale on a Craftsman 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw. How to true it so I can again set correct depths?


With the saw unplugged, lay it upside down on a bench or table. Put a small scrap of 2x4 against the blade and adjust until the depth of the blade matches the thickness of the 2x4. Lock it in place, Then bend or adjust the depth scale so that it reads 1-1/2 inches. Good luck.

Dec 10, 2012 | Sears Craftsman 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw...

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Need two 7 1/4 inch blades, can I find that in a store or do I have to order it??


You will find a large selection in any decent hardware store. You can also use 7" blades in your saw. the important thing is dont go larger than 7 1/4 and make sure the arbor matches your saw(or has a knock-out that will make it match). It's good to have a selection of different toothed blades on hand for your various projects. For basic construction, any brand of carbide tipped blade is fine, for finer work, my personal preference is Freud (less expensive)or Matsushita (more expensive).
Happy sawing:)
Farmerbear

Aug 30, 2010 | Sears Craftsman 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw...

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Craftsman # 315,10851 7 1/4 inch circular saw.


In the past I have clamped a pair of vice grips on the old blade so I could remove the bolt from the arbor.

Sep 12, 2009 | Saws

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I have a very old Skil circular saw Model #586. What size blade does it use?


measure from the center of the shaft to the inside of the guard, double that distance. subtract about 3/4 of an inch and this will be real close to the blade diameter that you need

Aug 16, 2009 | Skil Saws

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Circular saw Types


There are for types of circular saws available. 1. Worm Drive - The motor is in line with the blade, delivering enough torque to carve up wet lumber or saw through concrete, which makes a worm drive ideal for framing or major renovation jobs. With the handle farther back, a user can better resist kickback and steer the 16-pound saw through long rips. 2. Sidewinder - The motor sits alongside the blade, making for a lighter (11 pounds or less) saw, which is more maneuverable over a long day than a worm drive. 3. Small Sidewinder - Weight, balance, and handle size are all key features to consider when choosing a saw that fits you. For a slight-bodied person, a small model may be more appropriate than a full-size sidewinder. 4. Cordless - Battery-driven models have increased in size as their power packs have gained voltage, making them convenient tools out in the field or when the electricity's not on. However, cordless models still have limited run times and generate less torque than corded saws. 5. Trim Saw - For finish work or paneling, this is your best choice. blades range from 3½ to 412 inches.

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