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Sawblade is not parallel with fence on delta tablesaw

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The Rip fence SHOULD toe out aprox 0.010mm over the length of the rip fence to prevent binding. Adjust using the Rip fence to measuring rail. Should be adjusters there but if its an old saw, you may have to adjust the measuring rail where it meets the saw frame.

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