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Black & decker mm850 can not get blade off so can replace how do I get off tried loosen clockwise and counterclockwise plates move will not loosen up

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The nut is counterclockwise but will most likely take an impact wrench to remove the blade because the impact will not need the blade or spindle to be held in order to remove the nut.


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