Question about Blade Saws
Turning the knob on top.
The blade may have stretched to the point where it can't be adjusted anymore. Blades get hot even going thru wood. Usually when this happens it happens in a way that puzzles you. You can try to tighten, but you may find it's time for a new blade. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the blade is not going through the guides properly if the blade is being pushed away from the wood.
Your blade is facing and moving the right direction, I am assuming.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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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.
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