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How do i lock the shaft on the motor so i can put the blade in my Black and decker 18V 6-1/2-in Cordless Circular Saw - BDCS1806

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Almost all circular saws have a button or lever you push in to lock the motor shaft. You will have to hold that button or lever in while you turn the shaft, there will be one certain spot where it will lock.

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