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My saw blade stops when it contacts the wood I assume the blade may be lose but it feels tight any suggestions

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  • Larry ONeil May 26, 2011

    Why would the blade on my Ryobi mitre saw stop when it contacts the wood?

  • Larry ONeil May 27, 2011

    I checked the areas you recommended but now after I replaced the blade I can not get the bolt that goes throughout the laser and into the flange to thread Is there a bushing that could be offset preventing the proper line up?

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I take it the blade is spinning on the mandrel it stops and the motor keeps running. Now the problem I have is there are 2 versions of this Miter saw... the 10 Amp and the 14 amp ones. I am going to assume you have the 10 amp one. The models numbers are TS1355LA and TS1342L. IF your model number begins with a Z it is a factory re-conditioned saw.

Parts manual is here: (for the TS1342L)
http://www.ereplacementparts.com/images/ryobi/TS1342L.pdf

Make sure that the flange PN 588035105 is not installed backward. After that you need to look at the gear and Parallel key (Items 44 and 42) as the probably cause for blade stoppage. If the Mandrel stops also look at those 2 items. Take a look at the shaft item 41 too, Last possibility is the splines on the end of the armature item 27.

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Hi,
Is this a used saw and have you changed the blade???
Yes, it does seem as though the blade is just loose....I would get a socket on the bolt...press in the shaft lock and rotate the shaft until it goes on in and stops the shaft... then use the socket to make sure that the bolt is very tight...

If you have recently replaced the blade, make sure that the heavy washers are on either side of the blade, the blade is on the shaft correctly and the bolt is tight....

heatman101

Posted on May 26, 2011

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    D. Floyd Kolb May 26, 2011

    Why would you not even comment back??? There is not that much that can be wrong... they are not that complicated... what else could it be??? What are you looking for if you just throw a perfectly good answer away like that??? You could not have even taken the time to check it out...
    Please at least make a comment that helps to clear up your problem, or you will just keep getting the same answers...

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    D. Floyd Kolb May 27, 2011

    getting everything to line up correctly and go together enough to get the bolt in can be very tricky!!! Check for the different shapes and then fit them all together...they can be a real pain in the ****!!

    If you have a model number for the saw you can go here... www.ereplacementparts.com they will have an exploded view that will show you how the parts are all supposed to go together...

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