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I have a dewalt dw331 jig saw. it holds only t-shanked blades but they dont seem to lock into place. the arm never goes back to the full lock position. this is a brand new saw and i have tried several different blades to see if maybe it was just the blade wasnt lining up. still not locking in properly.

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On the spring loaded one a metal pin will fit through a hole in the black to keep it in place. Ensure your blade is not broken and has a hole for the pin to go through.

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you have to push the blade all the way in sideways first after this turn blade straight then tighten the holding scew

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We had to send our saw to repair center to install new lever. Fortunately, still under warranty.

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I'm thinking the blades that go in Jig Saws are and have been standard since the late 80's. Once upon a time, blades were held on with a collar and a set screw while today they have a fat part that locks into the collet.

Can't find the proper blade at the Depot, my advice would be check with Black and Decker directly.

When I searched B&D, the first hits were Sears (Maybe at K-mart) and Lowes. Home Depot didn't come up at the top. You might find the blades you need at your local Ace or Sentry or Tru-Value or other brand hardware store. Be nice to support your local merchant, your neighbor.

Anyway, try here for your parts http://www.blackanddecker.com/ProductGuide/CategoryOverview.aspx?cPath=1496.2514.1020.147

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you have to lift up on the knob and then turn it to open and close the spindle locking mechanism.

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