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Hi Berlitz

The TS75 when new will cut a small amount off the splinterguard (Plastic/rubber edging).

If the saw is cutting any further please check that the saw is sitting correctly on the rail and ensure that the 2 green adjusting cams on the base have been adjusted so that the saw runs freely along the rail but does not move side to side.

If this does not correct the problem contact the dealer who sold you the saw or Festool direct contact details are available on www.festool.co.uk

Hope this helps

Chris
www.powertoolworld.co.uk

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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