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Task force jigsaw model tfjs i cant remove the blade

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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depending on how new the saw is there are only 2 ways to change out the blade. the older saws have a allen head screw that you must loosen or remove to take te blade off. this screw is located on the shaft at the top of the blade. shed some light on it and look for a slot above the guide.the screw will be either on the right side or the left side. Newer models will have a quick release on one side or the other,it will look like a little lever,you just flip it out with your thumb the old blade drops out then you install the new blade flip it back and your back in business.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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SOURCE: cant change a blade on 500watt pendulum jigsaw fmtc500js

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There is a click mechanism to replace the blade at the top of the blade.

best regards savumihai71

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Replace the blade on jigsaw Bosch # 1587 AVS item # 0 061 587 683

YOu can download the user manual in the following links
http://mdm.boschwebservices.com/MDMCache/English%20[US]/t10/0000000/r00061v-1.pdf
https://www.boschtoolsservice.com/Order/IPL/IPLDetails.aspx?tn=0601587651&mn=1587AVS&init=1
The blade can be replaced by unscrewing the screw found on the shaft.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Borrowed a B&D jigsaw model 7571 want to know

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Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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how do i change blade on task force jig saw. i am un able to pull it out after pressing button for it























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