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Hello. There are a few possible causes of this problem. first of all, check the rubber tires that the blade operates on. If it is coated with pitch or sawdust, clean it with a stiff brush or a piece of wood. Next check the rubber. If it is badly grooved, the tires will have to be replaced. Next check the tracking. This is often a challenge to set properly as any adjustment must be carefully done. You will need a 1/8th inch hex wrench to adjust the tracking adjustment screw located on the back of the saw behind the upper wheel. All of these steps are in the owner manua. IF you do not have the manual you can down load it for free at this link http://powertool.manualsonline.com/ex/thread/view/idThread/151742

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