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Bosch jigsaws use a bayonet fitting blade that is retained by a single screw located inside the quill accessed from the top by either a long slim screwdriver or hexagon key. Sometimes a plastic cap must be removed for access to the top of the quill and some models have an in-built release mechanism.

Bosch Saws | Answered 5 hours ago


Look at instructions that came with tool. Look on line for answer, It took me less than 10 seconds.
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1091631/Bosch-Pst-700-Pe.html#manual

Bosch Saws | Answered 12 hours ago


I think the screw is a left hand thread. To undo, turn clockwise. There is often an arrow. Yes, left hand thread. Bad instructions but see the images.

https://images.rockwelltools.com/en-us/manuals/RK3440K.pdf

Blade Saws | Answered on Dec 09, 2018


Whether a 2 wheel or 3 wheel bandsaw it is more of a hobby to check, care for, adjust and use than any other type of saw.

Assuming the wheels, bearings and guides are all in good condition, the common mistake is to adjust the blade tension so tight it is distorting the casing and wheel geometry, making it impossible to properly adjust the blade tracking.

Blade Saws | Answered on Dec 09, 2018


what brand model saw do you have? replace it with the same size. The standard size in 4, 7 or 10 inch. Tile thickness does not come into play. I spend about an hour laying tile across floor and shifting to minimize waste. never cut less than 1/2 tile. Bathrooms hide your cuts behind toilet, and under cabinet toes kick. I use a laser square to keep tile inline if tying into another room. Remove and discard baseboards and undercut door jambs, Use new and painted baseboard, This will let you conceal cuts and leave a nice finish. do not do what amateurs do and lay tile up to baseboard an try to grout between tile and wall, it looks exactly like what it is , an amateur job.

Saws | Answered on Dec 08, 2018


Request the diagram directly from Makita.

Makita Saws | Answered on Dec 08, 2018


i HAD THAT PROBLEM AWHILE BACK AND FOUND A TOOTH BROKE ON THE DRIVE GEAR . ORDERED NEW GER AND NOW THE SAW IS IN THE JUNK AS IT STRIPPED THE DRIVE GEAR OF ALL IT'S TEETH THE SECOND USE

Blade Saws | Answered on Dec 08, 2018

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