Should have blade lock button remove blade with proper size wrench reinstall new blade in reverse remember some of these the loosening of the blade will be clockwise so if nut dont come loose try clockwise to loosen good luck
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i have been doing tile over 20 years, I've never seen a blade that wont come off , on a great saw like target,or any other professional saw. that saw has a 10 in blade,inspect by lifting the blade gaurd so you can see the nut holding blade on, take a cresent wrench put it on the nut hold the blade with ur left hand and hit the wrench with a rubber mallet. It will come rite off,the nut does not have to be super tight,because it could warp the blade when cutting tile and it puts pressure on the bearing,inspect the motor by turning it on without water pumping it should be pretty quiet,it has a baldor 1 1/2 hp motor awsome motor.good luck
It might need a new blade. But try putting an old tile or offcut behind the tile you are cutting. Make sure the table surface is clean and flat. Residue tends to build up around the front of the blade which could cause the tile to crack. The ryobi's have a habit of water getting into the motor and the bearing destroys itself. Next time you take the blade off, take of the blade support and put bearing grease behind the rubber washer. I've blown up two this year until I worked out what the problem was.
take a pair of good vise grips and hook onto blade tightly, slide uo against back braket. that will hold the blade from spinning while you remove the nut, try bumping your ratchet/ wrench w/ a rubber mallet or hammer. hope this helps
I would suggest calling Dremel direct at 1-800-437-3635 and asking for tech help. You might also try their website at Dremel.com, but I have been there and you need to know the exact model number. Let me know and I will dig deeper.