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Change gear case cover DW321 - Dewalt Saws

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  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    What is the specific question. How to do it, find a breakdown let me know and I will see what I can do.

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I can not find my instructions for the Dewalt321 jigsaw so i therefore cannot replace a blade that fell out


Most Dewalt manuals are available here: https://servicenet.dewalt.com/Home . There are 40 Dewalt power tools with 321 in the model number. Several are jigsaws. There are two types for the DW321 (TO3PAK-2LE JIG SAW) jigsaw. Please look at the label on the jigsaw to ensure that you get the correct model and type. The direct link to the manual for the DW321 Type 1 is currently https://servicenet.dewalt.com/Products/GetDocument?docName=402086-01,DW321.pdf&productId=2841&productType=3001&documentId=24909&translatedFileName=http://documents.dewalt.com/documents/English/Instruction%20Manual/402086-01,DW321.pdf .

To change the regular blade on the DW321 type 1, unplug the power tool. To remove the blade, pull the knob on the top of the jigsaw up about 1/4". Rotate the knob counterclockwise until the clamp opens. Do not force the knob after it stops. Insert the blade making sure that the back edge of the blade fits into the support roller. Rotate the knob clockwise until it clicks and then push it down.

I hope this helps.

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Dewalt jigsaw (dw321) how to change the blade


UNPLUG TOOL. To remove the blade, lift the knob on the top of the jig saw approximately 1/4".

Rotate the knob counterclockwise until the clamp is open (Figure 8a). Do not force the knob once

it stops. Insert the blade as shown. Make sure the back edge of the blade fits into the support roller.

Tighten clamp by turning top knob clockwise until you hear a click. Push knob down.
For "T" shank blades, insert blade to the shoulder of the shank.

Look at manual on the link below.

http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/documents/English/Instruction%20Manual/402086-01,DW321.pdf

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depending on how new the saw is there are only 2 ways to change out the blade. the older saws have a allen head screw that you must loosen or remove to take te blade off. this screw is located on the shaft at the top of the blade. shed some light on it and look for a slot above the guide.the screw will be either on the right side or the left side. Newer models will have a quick release on one side or the other,it will look like a little lever,you just flip it out with your thumb the old blade drops out then you install the new blade flip it back and your back in business.

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