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I had my dewalt circular saw fixed @ a shop & when I got it back the blade doesn't line up with the front guide ... ?And I tried the adjustments I can only get it a eighth inch from where it should be I think they reassembled it wrong...? Where can I get prints on the saw ... ? Thank you,Brian

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Really it should go back to the shop.
If they refuse to correct see Trading Standards

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