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Husqvana saw Purchased a Husq without bar or blade, boought both an put on saw, blade turned but as i tightned the cover nut the blade did not move ,whats wrong

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How to square up my saw and where I get a copy of the manual

With the saw unplugged manually pull the blade guard fully open and use a strong elastic band/string or otherwise wedge it open to give yourself full access to the blade.

Use an engineers square or at a push a good carpenters combination square measure the angel between the blade and the saw bed. you might find it's slightly off 90 degrees.

Ok, depending on the make of saw there will be a screw thread at the front or rear of the blade on on or close to the pivot points (where the bed tilts to allow different angles to be cut). it usually has a loking nut. Slacken off the locking nut and also slightly slacken off the tilt adjusting screws. You should be able to easily move the bed in relation to the blade. You will see the bed hitting the bottom of the adjusting screw.

Gently turn the screw and keep measureing the angle with the square. Make sure that the squares blade is tight to the saw blade and not touching the small tooth at the edge of the blade. there should be absolutely no gap either on the saw blade or saw bed when its correct.

Holding the screw with one tool getly tightedn up the locking nut ensuring that the main screw does not move.

CHeck everything again and tighten up the tilt mechanism.

Let me know with pictures if you need more exact info for your saw model and I can point out the parts.

Sep 13, 2014 | Circular Saws


How to change a mitre saw blade

When changing the blade on your mitre saw the first step is to unplug the tool for safety reasons. DO NOT disassembly the safety cover, there is a bolt on the housing that when loosened allows the cover to be moved away from the blade to expose the spindle bolt. After moving the ASSEMBLY away from the blade turn the blade by hand slowly while pushing on the spindle lock to stop rotation. Loosen the blade bolt (usually left hand thread) and place the parts in the order removed, e.g. blade bolt outer flange, blade spacer if used. Reinstall blade noting the rotation of the teeth and replace parts in reverse order. After installation check for rotation by carefully turning the blade by hand and replace safety cover to its original position and tighten bolt.

on Jul 04, 2011 | Circular Saws

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Cannot get blade off my worx easy cut saw

Try turning the nut the opposite way. It's possible the saw has reverse threads.

Aug 18, 2014 | Circular Saws

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Lost my manual for my 7 1/4 inch circular saw with laser light. Can you simply tell me how to tighten the blade? Thanks Jean

Hi Jean,
Unplug the saw.
# 1: First look for a blade break mine is at the front of the saw.
# 2: Some blades have a hole for a nail.Turn the saw blade down so that you can put a nail through so it catches on the body or Gard when you turn the wrench.
# 3: Use a nail in the gullet : curved space in front of the tooth (o<----nail 9k=to loosen just move the nail to the right side of the blade.My saw doesn't call for total tightening so it wont hurt the motor if it hangs up.If your saw blade has any blue spots it's dull and you need a new one.Thank You for choosing

Jun 19, 2011 | Mastercraft Circular Saws

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How do I change the blade on a dewalt compound (12 in) miter saw?

With the saw unplugged - The blade needs to be locked in place so it will not turn when you put a wrench on the nut located on the left side of the blade that holds the blade on. This is done with a locking pin on the right side of the blade. Push the pin in and rotate the blade by hand until the pin locks into the blade and prevents it from moving. With the pin pushed in put a wrench on the large nut on the left side of the blade and turn it. This may be reversed threaded, so you may have to turn the nut clockwise in order to loosen it. When tightening the nut after replacing the blade, you will have to once again lock the blade with the same pin.
Perhaps this video will help you locate the locking pin.

Aug 28, 2010 | Dewalt Circular Saws

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The blade on my B&D sawcat spins even with nut tightened. cold it be the blade is worn, but i put a new blade on and it doesnt spin as freely but still spins

Hole in the blade is greater than spindle on the saw, you did not put bush washer/reducer in, or if that bit is correct, you are puting holding nut wrong way in.

Do not use saw till you rectify the problem, switch off the saw, remove power cord from socket.

1. raise saw table up for maximum cut
2. retract slide-in protector to maximum
3. remove nut from spindle, following by blade (and bush if used)
4. check internalholding washer if it is correctly inserted.
5. orient correctly internal washer (it have notch or notches and will go freely only one way - check if that is the case)
6. insert blade, with reducing bush if required
7. if external washer is used put it in
8. screw in the holding nut, hand tighten and check mobility of the blade, tighten up about 1/8 to 1/4 turn with spanner, this should be sufficient to hold blade in place without any slipage. If slipage is still present, you are doing something wrong, you need then to supply me with exact model and I will describe exact part look and order in which they must go in.
9. connect to electrical outlet
10. short switch on and off
11. check blade for wandering and slipage, if none then make test cut
12. use as usual if 11 is correct

Hope this will solve your problem :-)

Aug 16, 2010 | Circular Saws

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Blade needs changing. nut is hard to get at

With the saw unplugged, retract the guard with the base plate extended so there is minimum teeth showing below. Place the blade of your saw on your wood top workbench. Press it down. Using the wrench that came with the saw or other appropriate size box or open end wrench or socket, turn the nut backward (this is a left hand thread not standard right hand thread). It will be tight.

Alternatively, there may be a shaft lock that you can press to lock the shaft to facilitate unbolting the blade.

Alternatively, there mau be a small hole in the blade. Insert a phillips screw driver in the hole to facilitate blade removal.

Key is knowing the thread is backward to what you expect. The reason for this is to cayse the nut to tighten as you turn on the saw, not loosen.

When you put on the new blade, make sure the nut is properly secured.

I hope this is clear for you.

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Dec 12, 2009 | Sears Craftsman 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw...

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The red saftey lock button will not lock blade in place how can i get the blade off? Ive tryed putting saw blade in a vice and then using socket wrench to loosen nut ive broke two sockets.

Chances are you are turning the nut the wrong direction. The old addage "lefty loosey, righty tighty" does not apply to saw blades. You must turn the socket "clockwise" to loosen, which is opposite to normal nuts and bolts. Try slipping a screwdriver between the teeth of the saw. It should catch on the shoe of the saw as you loosen the nut.

Dec 12, 2009 | Circular Saws

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I have tried numerous times to undo a nut on my Black and Decker circular saw without success. which way do I turn the nut to undo it and take the circular saw blade?

Am I correct that this is a hand-held saw? Want to make sure of the terminology.

If so, the bolt holding the blade has right hand threads -- meaning it loosens by turning counter-clockwise.

Is there a blade lock? Are you using it?

Apr 30, 2009 | Circular Saws

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Cant get blade off

I don't know which model you're using, but normally there's an arbor lock button on the motor side of the blade somewhere that allows you to lock that whole middle housing down so it won't turn. Look underneath the motor and see if you can't find some kind of lock botton or lever. That will make it easy to loosen the nut and tighten the blade down correctly.
Otherwise you're going to have to improvise some way to lock it in place enough to break that nut loose.
Reply with a model # and I can try to find a parts schematic to check for you...

Apr 10, 2009 | Circular Saws

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