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a temp fix,put a thin rubber mat under your tile.my bridge saw does plunge cuts & has a knob on side of cutting head, your blade must have been changed somewhere even if changed with the same size blade some vary in overall size,good luck
Set the mower on a known flat piece of concrete. Now look at the deck and the support connections where the deck hangs from from the mower. Should be adjustments such as pins with clips or threaded bolt hangers which will allow you to raise or lower the corner of the deck which is low or high. Conversely you could have put a blade in upside down or left out a washer making one blade higher than the other. Usually an owner's manual will detail this process. As you just changed your blades, as opposed to wear and tear, likely you did not put it back together exactly as you took it apart.
I would suggest going to Milwaukeetool.com and typing in your model number and pulling up a wiring schematic for this tool. If your switch and field are not as shown on this breakdown (its a good one) I would either take it to a repair center or change what is wrong one wire at a time. They also have a toll free number and would be more than willing to help with your problem. Let me know and have a good day. P.S. I would not run the blade backwards though.
For now, it works only satisfactorily:
I applied alcohol to further clean both blades,
dried and then oiled them. There seemed to be a slight gap between blades;
the fabric was dragged into the gap instead of being cut.
I'm not sure why the instructions said to change the blade in order to cut the slot. I've made several of the zero clearance inserts (for different blades) and always made the slot with the blade I intend to use it with. Of course, you need to match the inserts to the blades (I just tie wrap them together.