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I keep geting crookked cuts, i've checked the guides and pivot bearing all are good . Still slanted cuts. What could this be?

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There should be an Alignment Adjustment setting. Check the guide, band alignment, slot adjustments. The base plate alignment must be horizontal. Lay a small LEVEL on the base tray to see if it is tilted somewhat?

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