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Makita Circular saw 5007NB, the cutting depth guide is jammed. What can I do?

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You can try spraying some lubricant on the bolt/roll pin and see if that frees it up that is about all i used to do to them

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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Just remove the brush caps. You may need to use a small pick or needle to pop the brushes out. In this diagram reference number 14 is the brush cap. They are just like a screw so you need to turn them to the left (counter clockwise) to remove them.

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My cutting depth lever will not tighten. How can I adjust it?


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Instructions or diagrams on how to replace a power cord for a makita circular saw.


here's a article on how to fix it.
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