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Hi, Just bought a new Ryobi ETS-1525SC table saw and I cannot stop the blade moving awy from the plank and tapering every cut. I've checked the blade is 90 degrees and checked the rail, but for every 1 meter cut ther's probably 2cms of taper. Can youhelp?

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Ive seen this before. The sawblade that comes with the unit isnt very good. Upgrade to a good carbide blade from craftsman or even a dewalt/vermont american. Also slow your cut down an let the saw do the cutting. Hope this helps

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