Question about Sears Saws
Take a look at the point of blade locking to the tool. Should be 2 hexagon bolts. Using the right size tool, unscrew them carefylly, pull out the broken blade, go to your local hardware store, and get a new one that will have the same size on the tail. ( the side that gets inside the slide on the saw). Slide the new blade to the saw, and tighten the bolts back but do it equally twisting them in turns, half a turn each time to keep the blade staying straight.
Whole thing should last no more than 5 min. ( Remember to keep the power cable unplugged all the time you make the change. Your fingers are priceless).
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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