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Sounds like a worn bearing/bushing. Thick grease will keep things quiet until it warms up and then the grease thins out and allows more movement. Check all shafts for any radial play. Check all shaft attachments for correctly tightened setscrews.
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Lubricate the arm bearings with oil after 10 hours of use.
Re-oil after every 50 hours of use or whenever there is a
squeak coming from the bearings.
1. Turn saw on its side (Fig. 18).
2. Remove rubber plug to expose bronze bearing.
3. Squirt a generous amount of SAE 20 oil around the shaft
end and bronze bearing.
4. Let the oil soak in overnight in this condition.
5. Next day repeat the above procedure for the opposite
side of the saw.
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