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How to adjust blade in Chicargo electric table saw?

Not lined up straight with table

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To be that far out of alignment, there must be something loose. Unplug it, turn it over and look for what it is. If you have a drop-indicator gage, and you can clamp it to your sliding miter gage, it will help you get the alignment dead-on. Slide the miter gage toward the front and back in the slot with the tip of the indicator in contact with the blade. Have the the blade at fully elevated postion. If you don't have such a gage, you can clamp a piece of wood to the miter gage to get pretty close. You will probably have to do this with the saw laying on it's backside so that the top and the bottom are accessible at the same time.

Here's the owner's manual
http://www.hitachipowertools.com/product/files/saws/table_saws/C10RA3_OM.pdf

Here's the parts list with an exploded view
http://www.hitachipowertools.com/product/files/saws/table_saws/C10RA3_Breakdown.pdf

Posted on Jan 19, 2010

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