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in the middle should have a little round plastic with ridges around it, un screw it its left thread i think , then the blade assemply should be hooked on to the middle shaft, give it a little turn then pull it out.
The speed control knob will pry off with a thin screwdriver. Once you have removed it, you will see that the knob for the oscillating feature is split where it slides over its shaft. I took a jeweler's screwdriver and separated the halves slightly and the knob pulled free. It's made that way so it doesn't pull off when you go to turn on/off the oscillation. If you're going to oil the rear of the motor, be really careful when you remove the rear housing and separate the motor sections. The winding wires are tiny andfragile. Only take it apart as far as necessary and be careful reassembling the unit. Hope this helps...!
mcdevito75 here, Sounds like that oscillating swtich is either a little loose or could use a drop or 2 of 3 in 1 oil. Try to twist offf the oscillating swatch button and see if you can tighten it or put a drop of oil on it.