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Take off Blades nuts turn witch to take off

Take off Blades. Nuts turn witch to take off.


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There are two nuts up by the blade that will be removed to get blade off also there is a small screw next to the blade itself on the opposite side. You must loosen 2 big nuts then back this small screw off a few turns will be inside a small hole near blade. Once blade chain is loose take nuts off drop blade replace do everything now in reverse.

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This might be a long shot, but have you tried turning the nut the opposite way? The nut will probably have to be turned the opposite way of the rotation of the blades. This might be the "wrong way". Some nuts are opposite to keep things from comming off. Like the nuts on the right side of my remote car to keep the wheels from falling off.

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