Question about Porter Cable Cable 12800 Riptide Saw Blade: 7-1/4", 18-Tooth, RightTilt, Thin Kerf
You have a rip saw that has a cable with a fuzzy picture?
If this is a cable TV question, two things come to mind ... TV is out of adjustment or you have some ground wires touching your center conductor on your RG-59 or RG-6 cable (or just came to mind - you have split the signal so many times there is no signal).
You can use a cable tester to test the quality of the cable ... you can cut off the ends and replace them. More likely than not, unless you have pro tools and ends (F fittings) you will not get much improvement from this. If you are guilty of multiple splitters in the line, reduce the number of splitters.
If this is a saw question, I dont understand your trouble.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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