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How do you release the blade on a wen 909 sawzall

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Hi,I dont know if its the same as dewart,but mine has a leaver on the side of the rubber grip wich you pull outwards,mine is on the right hand side on rubber grip that is just before the blade.
some times if it has not been used for a time gets a bit stiff,a bit of wd49 if this is the case.
hope this was some help.

Posted on Apr 05, 2015

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Will the collar on the Quik Lok Turn and if so how much? What you can do is spray some WD-40 on the mechanism to free up the collar, sometimes it gets gummed up from cutting. It should open and close with a snap, hope this helps

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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K you used the saw after inserting blade?? If so couple ideas, hold collar open and put saw blade in a vise and try pulling back on saw, or you can remove the quik lok cam and release it that way, its not that hard, but I would try vise first. Let me know

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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oohh, that a tough one. you gotta, very carefully peal back the hand gaurd, the rubber where you hold onto it, at. Then releas the screws undeneath. Seems like you should be able to cycle the saw to its furthest out position, then remove the blade gaurd, uning some pliers of some sort you should be able to make the release, release.

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Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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SOURCE: Milwaulkee sawzall quick release wont

try using WD-40 first to loosen up pin and if not you might have to replace the quick lock assembly. ot a tough job about 10 minutes or less.

Posted on Jan 18, 2011

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