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I cant get the blade to lower. Where is the release?

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Without a model number I am going to guess. Most circular saws have the blade depth adjustment towards the back of the handle and usually on the left side. If you need an owners manual you would need the correct model number and then go to managemyhome.com and you can probably find it there. If you want to reply to me with the model number I will find exactly where the release is for you.

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