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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Am I correct that this is a hand-held saw? Want to make sure of the terminology.
If so, the bolt holding the blade has right hand threads -- meaning it loosens by turning counter-clockwise.
Is there a blade lock? Are you using it?
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
If the motor is 3 phase (which it may be if it is 2 HP) , it will run backwards if 2 of the wires are traded position. You may have changed the wires in the plug if you replaced a plug.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
Some things like this we have to improvise. Possibly a filler washer can be used. It is not clear if the shaft end play is what you have, or the blade clamping washers allow the movement. If it is the blade clamping, possibly there is a burr on the washer that prevents the proper mating of the clamping washers.
If it is shaft end play, then try to use a fiber type washer to fill the gap.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
Unplug it and loosen the bolt in the middle of the blade. It's a standard thread, so turn it lefty-loosey. But you need to hold the blade from turning. That's easy by putting a screwdriver in front of a blade tooth, under the sole plate. Let the sole plate prevent the screwdriver from rising up with the blade as you turn the bolt. If your current blade has small teeth (like a plywood blade) then you can raise the sole plate as for a maximum depth of cut, then push the saw against the front edge of a workbench (or block of wood somehow held still) as if you were going to cut it. Before you remove the bolt, take note of the exact orientation of the washer (or washers)so you can replace them the same way.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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