Question about Saws
When I removed the guard in order to change the saw blade, I was careful to put the screws/bolts in the right order for replacing them, but now the guard is in the way of the blade and the blade won't descend enough to cut the wood. I have to cut the wood without the guard now and that is dangerous. Can I get an online manual for this product?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here you go.
This is the ls1040
This is the ls1040f
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
ok a couple things to try...
Firstly to hold the blade arbor still if it doesnt have an arbor/spindle lock button, try wedging a piece of wood between the blade and the saw table (might have to lower the cutting head and hold it down. Next try again with the hex key... Make sure it is the right size one, i.e. the one that came with the saw. If the hole is really rounded out, you are in a bit of a bind, however, the next option is to get a grinder and try and slice a groove across the nut so you can fit a large screwdriver or a flat piece of steel in th slot in the nut you just made for leverage and try and work the nut off that way. Either way, be sure to get a new blade nut if and when you get it off to make sure the problem doesn't occur again. See how you go.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
SOURCE: change blade miter saw
Un-plug the saw. Remove the screws holding the side saw guard in place. Look at the center of the saw blade for the nut holding it in place. Take a socket wrench that fits the nut and loosen it. You'll need to take a scrap piece of wood 2x4, and jamb the teeth of the blade into it while loosening the nut. The nut will come off first and then a washer/spacer.
Reverse the order for installing the new blade. Make sure you use the proper size diameter blade (10 inch) and mounting hole in the replacement blade. Also, use the provided washer/spacers that were on the original blade and secure the nut. Spin by hand to see if everything clears. Mount the protective guard back on. Plug in the saw and test cut .
Good luck. If you are still unsure - ask a handy neighbor to help. It takes about 5 minutes to complete this task.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
Takes a bit of navigating to reach it, but I'll try to help you get there.
Start at this page HERE.
Click "Repair Parts Catalogue"
Click "I HAVE READ THIS PAGE & AGREE TO THE TERMS PROVIDED".
Click the "Model" tab located at top left of page.
In the box labeled "Model Name/Number" type in the following without the brackets [TS1342] and click the "Search" button to the right.
One (1) Result should be found. To the right is a list of two available drawings.
The one you seek is "General Assembly"
Hope this helps,
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
SOURCE: Changing the blade
there is a nut holding the blade in the center , it is left handle thread , there should be a locking mechanism to hold the blade while you unscrew the nut
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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