Question about Grizzly Saws
Just fitted new blade guide bearings to my clark bandsaw ,now blade jumps wheels ,not got manual,so dont know what im doing wrong.please help as i need all my fingers. thanks kev.
There should be an adjustment knob on the back that changes the angle of the top wheel and this will center the blade so it stays on. I do this by jogging the saw on and off while I adjust it. hope this helps you
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