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Saw not cutting accurate in A position cutting to the right of the pencil line

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You are cutting to the right,the mark on the saw is only a reference,it is up to you to figure where to saw

Posted on Apr 26, 2015

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    gary ferguson Apr 29, 2015

    No its not A is for straight cuts B is for angles The A mark has provided accurate cutting for the last two years in point of fact the saw before that worked on the same principal for five years.

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