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Re: circular saw Safety issues
If you are left-handed, you must be extremely cautious when operating a circular saw, since most saws are designed for right-handed operation. But if you can, you'll be better off with a left-handed model or an adjustable one (suitable for right-handed and left-handed as well).
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When changing the blade on your mitre saw the first step is to unplug the tool for safety reasons. DO NOT disassembly the safety cover, there is a bolt on the housing that when loosened allows the cover to be moved away from the blade to expose the spindle bolt. After moving the ASSEMBLY away from the blade turn the blade by hand slowly while pushing on the spindle lock to stop rotation. Loosen the blade bolt (usually left hand thread) and place the parts in the order removed, e.g. blade bolt outer flange, blade spacer if used. Reinstall blade noting the rotation of the teeth and replace parts in reverse order. After installation check for rotation by carefully turning the blade by hand and replace safety cover to its original position and tighten bolt.
This bolt is what called left handed thread so you need to turn it in the oppisite driction as a normal right handed bolt. righty tighty and lefty losey well its rigthty losey. A t this point you need to get this bolt out or the saw it junk you can try slideing something under the bolt something thin and try to get back force on it as you turn the bolt in the correct dericition and see if it will thread out if it dose then you will have to get a left handed tap the size of the bolt hole and retap the hole and also get a new bolt.The tap will cost 30 dollars or so well good luck
You can buy the handle for 11.59 per side (left and right halves) you can buy them from: www.searspartsdirect.com They have substutited a new part (probably better one) You would have to decide if 25.00 is worth it to fix your saw. You could buy the part and fix it yourself. A new saw like this one is probably not more than 75.00
without knowing the model number I can only assume that it is a circular saw and the blade is on the right hand side and then the bolt should be a standard thread. Hold the spindle lock in and turn the bolt counter clockwise to loosen. If other than it would probably be a left hand thread and do just the opposite. Let me know and if so please provide the model number so I can look at a breakdown for the tool.