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How do you remove the blade on a Bosch JS100 Biscuit Joiner? I've got the springs removed and the blade accessed from below, but now what tool do I use to remove the blade? There is no obvious tool like a hex or torx the works. I wonder if the blade is removed from above, but the only way I see that could be done is to take the the arm & motor off. The instructions are vague, I'm lost. THere is a place for a wrench behind the blade and I've got that covered, but what's next? Please help. I am mechanically & technically inclined, but this one's got me. Doug Yasika Danville NH doug.y@des-con.com

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Not sure about your particular unit, but most of these, like their counterpart angle grinders, have a button to press at the head that locks the spindle so that the blade fastener can be removed.

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I have seen directions online and they say you have to remove the fence also to access the blade

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DISCONNECT TOOL FROM POWER SOURCE.
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2. Depress and hold spindle lock button (B) Fig. 11, while rotating blade by
hand until spindle lock engages.
3. Continue to hold spindle lock button while using the 5/32" hex wrench
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7. Depress and hold spindle lock button (B) Fig. 11, while rotating blade by
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8. Continue to hold spindle lock button while using the hex wrench
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