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How do I change my 10" saw blade for the TS750? There is a hole in the blade that looks like I should be able to lock it into place so that I can unthread the nut, but I can't find anything to lock it to.

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If it is like a Dewalt table saw it requires 2 wrenches, one for the hex nut and the other open end for the spindle shaft. If this doesn't help you can go to their website and look at an operators manual for this particular tool.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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SOURCE: How to change blade on 10" Craftsman table saw?

you need to grab the blade with something.maybe some pliers(if you are not going to refurbish blade) and loosen the nut in the center of the blade. i think it is a left hand thread(cw to loosen) because of the rotation of the blade. if the nut is on the left when looking from the front it is probably left handed. make sure it's unplugged and wear leather gloves so you don't get cut. install in reverse...

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Have a 12 inch tradesman miter saw and can not change the blade

the nut maybe a left handed thread. the norm is righty tight. lefty loosy, try the oposite.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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SOURCE: I need to change the blade on my 10 in. tabel saw,

OK. first of all unplug it. Then remove the plate that surrounds the blade. Wrenches came with the saw so hopefully you still have them.
You need two special wrenches which are sold at any sears hardware store if you don't have a set. The only thing to remember is that the outer nut has reverse threads so turn it clockwise to loosen it and counter clockwise to tighten it. Note the direction the saw teeth point in and duplicate that with the new blade.

Get back if you have any other questions.

Posted on May 03, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I align the saw blade with the saw table

The Blade Arbor is held to the bottom of the table with mounting screws and stop/adjusting screws. Loosen the mounting screw and adjust the stop screws to make Blade true with miter slot.

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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Need to see how to change a blade please


make sure the saw is disconnected from the power point
place a screw driver in the teeth of the saw and turn it back until it locks against the base plate ( some blades have a hole in the blade through which a pin can be placed )
undo the spindle nut
replace the blade and do the nut up tight

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Northern Tool 10" compound miter saw. How do I change the blade?


remove the power cord from the socket in the wall first
if there is a small hole in the blade , place a phillips screw driver in that hole and turn until the driver is locked against the depth guard
use the correct size spanner /socket and undo the spindle nut holding the blade on
if there is no hole ,then place the screw driver in the teeth of the blade to lock it

the motor will spin so that the teeth cut against the direction of cut ( up into the guard or up through the depth guard ( blades normally have a arrow for rotation direction)
tighten the spindle nut and if no hole in the blade use a hammer and hit the spanner with a hard rap

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How do I change the blade on a Craftsman 10"


Hi Tom, W/D here.
There are usually three different ways that blades are installed and/or removed. All require that the power be removed from the saw first (pull the plug, please).
1. The most common method involves a shaft lock, so look for this first. It will appear as a button on the motor, near the blade. When you depress the button, you'll need to rotate the shaft/blade by hand until the lock sets in place in the shaft. Then, while still holding the shaft lock button down, use a wrench to loosen the blade. (Look at the threads to make sure that you are turning in the right direction, as this may be reverse threaded).
2. Less common is a shaft that has an allen socket in the end of it. Place the loosening wrench on the not, then place the allen wrench in the end of the shaft.
3. If all else fails, you can, VERY carefully, wedge the blade down into a piece of soft wood such as pine, then loosening the blade with a wrench. Make very sure that you keep all of your bodily parts out of the line of fire when using this method, as the blade can turn suddenly, and you don't want to have anything caught up and cut by the blade.
Hope this helps, Best regards, --W/D--

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Sabre saw- craftsman - 17256 - change blades


This saw uses a tool-free blade change. 1. Unplug the jigsaw 2. Place your finger on the lower edge of the see through blade guard, and pull it forward until it locks up in place 3. Lift the tool-free blade change holder (bright yellow piece above the blade), and insert the blade into the slot of the tool-free blade change holder. 4. Release the tool-free blade change holder to lock the blade in place. 5. Pull down on the blade to verify that the blade is securely locked in place. The teeth of the blade should be pointing forward and down. 5. Put the blade guard back down.
You can use with both 'T' & 'U' shanked blades.
Feel free to ask me any other questions about this saw.

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How to remove a blade from a 2.5 hp sears table 10 inch tablesaw


First and foremost unplug the unit from the receptacle. Raise the blade as high as it will go and have it set to 0 degrees in a vertical position. Remove the throat plate (usually red) so you can access the bolt holding the blade in place. The saw came with a wrench for this purpose. It may have even come with 2 wrenches. One to remove the bolt holding the blade on and another to place behind the blade on the shaft to hold the motor. If it only has one wrench look for a small hole in the blade and use a screwdriver to keep the blade from turning. If there is no tool or hole to hold the blade then use a heavy scrap piece of wood to hold the blade while you remove the bolt. As you remove the blade notice the direction the teeth are pointing and put the new blade on turning in the same direction. You just reverse the procedure to put the new blade on. NOTE: Some saws have a motor lock that locks the motor and blade in position making it easier to change the blade. Just be very careful as it is easy to cut yourself on the blade.

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Change blade miter saw


Un-plug the saw. Remove the screws holding the side saw guard in place. Look at the center of the saw blade for the nut holding it in place. Take a socket wrench that fits the nut and loosen it. You'll need to take a scrap piece of wood 2x4, and jamb the teeth of the blade into it while loosening the nut. The nut will come off first and then a washer/spacer.

Reverse the order for installing the new blade. Make sure you use the proper size diameter blade (10 inch) and mounting hole in the replacement blade. Also, use the provided washer/spacers that were on the original blade and secure the nut. Spin by hand to see if everything clears. Mount the protective guard back on. Plug in the saw and test cut .

Good luck. If you are still unsure - ask a handy neighbor to help. It takes about 5 minutes to complete this task.

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My handle broke off on my hitachi table saw c10ra3 need to replace it . It is for the rip fence to lock in place. most places i look you had to buy the hole assembley i just need a new handle


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OK first raise the cutting head. Loosen the screw that holds the guard in place and move out of the way. Find the spindle lock on the right hand side of the gearcase and turn blade by hand (UNPLUG SAW FIRST) until it locks. With the wrench supplied with saw put it on the blade bolt and turn it clockwise to loosen, it has left hand threads, remove outer flange and blade. Let me know it you need any more help

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I have a 10"DELTA Miter Saw and need to change blade. Please describe how to remove and replace blade. Thanks


Without a model number I cant look for this saw, but if it is like the other mitre saws that I work on, the lower guard should have a bolt holding it in place, loosen the bolt so you can move the guard and the blade bolt is usually LH thread, on the backside of the gearcase by the blade there should be a spindle lock, rotate blade until it locks and then remove bolt. If your saw is different please give me the model number and I will pull up a schematic and look at it.

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