Question about Dewalt Saws
Make sure this unit is NOT plugged in. The blade needs to be in a lock position to loosen the blade nut. Most units have a safety pin that engages into the revolving portion. Once you locate this pin, press it in then SLOWLY rotate the blade by hand until you feel it engage. At this point the blade will no longer rotate. Keeping the blade locked, use your wrench and place it around the center nut and turn CLOCKWISE. The thread is left handed, so when startup the unit, the blade nut continuously tightens up.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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