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B&D jigsaw KS538SE. Have ordered new blade clamp, pin and screw. How do I remove the pin holding the blade clamp to the shaft ??

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I just bought a used one and faced the same problem. What I found in there is a set screw at the bottom of the long shaft. I used a long narrow flat head screw driver. It worked good, but I did have to acuate the trigger to get it the blade near the top of the stroke

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The guide foot comes completely out by wiggling and pulling a little harder than you would think. It is held in place by friction in addition to the two screws. Once the guide foot is removed, remove the front metal support piece by prying it out of the groove in the rubber boot. You can then access the pin and blade release lever. Make sure the return spring is in place on the rear side of the blade lock latch.

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IF YOU TALKING ABOUT REAR WIPER MOTOR REMOVAL YOU HAVE TO REMOVE PULL THE REAR WIPER ARM COVER BACK TO ACCESS THE WIPER ARM RETAINING NUT.DETACH THE NUT AND PULL WIPER ARM STRAIGHT OFF THE SHAFT TO REMOVE IT.

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Hello Hollister, on this peticular sawzall they are using a roll pin to hold the blade holder on. If you remove the blade clamp screw, you can move the blade holder back and forth on it. You will need to get a very small punch and drive it all the way out. Look at the picture below. You will need to remove (38) and (52). It will make it much easier.

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I hope this helps. If you run into trouble, I'll walk you through it, just post back.

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