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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Can't change mitre angle
you need to remove the guide fence with the screws on the back. then you remove the throat plate and there is the bolt is that keeps it all together.
Just took one apart last week, not really difficult
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
You can grab the manual and any replacement parts or accessories that should of came with it from eReplacementParts.com - They are DeWALTs supplier for manuals, parts, accessories, and tools online.
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
Go to www.ereplacementparts.com and search on your model to get a parts breakdown. Use TS1342L as the model number, the ZR indicates it's reconditioned. You can order parts from them or get the part numbers for the parts you need and check the internet for other vendors that may have better prices.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
SOURCE: neeed to calibrate bevel stop
I assume you can find the adjusting screws, but here's how to measure if you have it dead-on: First, confirm repeatability as follows----. Move the saw as if you were going to cut at miter, then move it back to zero. Now cut off the end of a 6 inch (or so) board. Then move the saw again, and move it back to zero. Cut off about 3/4 inch of the same board (make sure you haven't turned the board over). The 3/4 inch piece you have cut off might not be square, but the two cut edges of the 3/4 inch piece should be exactly parallel to each other. Find a way to confirm that. A micrometer or good calipers make this easy, but you may have to improvise - the key is that your check for parallel needs to be more precise than measuring it with eyeballs and a tape measure. Repeat this a couple of times. You may find that you have to be careful about resetting the saw each time so that you can get repeatability. OK, now that you have a repeatable setting turn the board over and take another cut. Any deviation from 0 (or 90) will be doubled and the two cuts will not be parallel. Make your adjustments to the saw until you get two parallel cuts when you flip the board over. And one more thing! This method ASSUMES that the board you are cutting has parallel edges. If you have calipers this is easy to confirm.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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