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Delta jointer, where do i find the wrench to loosen the nuts for the blade

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Go to Dewaltservicenet.com and with your model number you can download a schematic for this tool and also order the parts online. I tried finding them but there are too many jointers listed in the Delta category.

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When replaced blade I can not get the blade tight. The whole shaft turns when I try to tighten the blade Delta Model 36-540


You might be able to find a manual here.
You need to lock the blade in place so it doesn't rotate when you loosen the arbor nut. Many older rockwell/delta saws actually had a detent ground in the shaft behind the blade that allow the use of a second wrench to hold the shaft from spinning while the nut is loosened. It takes a special thin wrench to get in there, and the ones that came with the saws were bent just behind the head of the wrench to get around the blade and out the throat, but if you know anyone with a delta tablesaw they may have one you can borrow, or perhaps you can grind down an old cheapy that fits.
If that's not the case, try the instructions I gave in this link. You should be able to use the same block of wood to hold the blade firmly while tightening the nut against the blade collar washer. (Make sure you're using one, and didn't drop it into the sawdust below the saw when you removed the blade.)

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!



Jul 29, 2011 | Delta Saws

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I can't get the blades on my Delta 37-190 Jointer to move up and down using the allen head screws. The screws move up and down but the blade does nothing. What is the problem??


You have to loosen the nuts behind the knife blocks before those allen screws will be able to raise or lower the height. They are only meant as a fine adjustment for dialing in the height. (So the tip of the knife at the highest arc of the cutterhead revolution is in line with the height of the outfeed table, as measured, for example, with a steel straightedge or rule.)
You'll need a small open end wrench to loosen the nuts on one knife only, then replace and adjust the heights, then retighten, then move to the next knife, etc. As you retighten, be careful not to tweak the knife out of alignement, and tighten back and forth across the cutterhead, rather than in a straight line from one side to the other, so the torque is spread evenly across the cutterhead...
Here's a link to a parts guide and owner's manual if that would help you out...If you don't find one there check here and maybe there's something close enough to guide you through the process....
Be careful...If those knives aren't properly tightened you'll destroy the beds, and make sure you unplug the power to the machine before working on it.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

Apr 29, 2010 | Delta Jointer Blades 6 Inch Fits , Jet...

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I need to find blades to fit a delta 6" X5 jointer, model 37-866x


go to Dewaltservicenet.com and under the service locator on the right hand side type in your information. The blade set number that I came up with is 37-658 and they show that as qty 3 in one package.

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How do i change the blade on my delta 10" mitre saw


Exploded diagram for your SM100M miter saw is here.
User manual is here.

Page 20 covers blade change operation.

Make sure you unplug your saw! You need to remove a screw from the cover and rotate the cover to the rear. Use a hex wrench in the motor shaft to keep the saw blade from turning, and loosen the arbor nut with a 1/2" wrench. The arbor is reverse threaded, so you'll turn it clockwise to loosen, then counterclockwise to tighten it up after you have swapped the blade.
Rotate the cover back after that's done, and replace the screw.

If this was useful, please vote. Thanks.

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Change blade miter saw


Un-plug the saw. Remove the screws holding the side saw guard in place. Look at the center of the saw blade for the nut holding it in place. Take a socket wrench that fits the nut and loosen it. You'll need to take a scrap piece of wood 2x4, and jamb the teeth of the blade into it while loosening the nut. The nut will come off first and then a washer/spacer.

Reverse the order for installing the new blade. Make sure you use the proper size diameter blade (10 inch) and mounting hole in the replacement blade. Also, use the provided washer/spacers that were on the original blade and secure the nut. Spin by hand to see if everything clears. Mount the protective guard back on. Plug in the saw and test cut .

Good luck. If you are still unsure - ask a handy neighbor to help. It takes about 5 minutes to complete this task.

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Fence gets a slight bow in it when tightened


look at the far end of the fence for a nut that you can loosen slightly when in the unclamped position. It sounds as if you are clamping it so tight that you are bowing the fence

Mar 21, 2009 | Delta Saws

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Need to find out haw to adjust cutter head and blades.


I called Jet and they e-mailed me a pdf file with the older manual. There is a toll free number on their website.

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Changing the saw blade on a Ryobi Mitre saw


There may be a push button type blade lock, and on many of these saws the retaining bolt for the blade is backwards threads, e.i., looking at the top of blade retaining bolt, turn it clockwise to loosen. This would normally tighten, but in the case of many of these saws, it loosens it.

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Technical


a jointer includes infeed and outfeed tables. A set of rotating blades is positioned between these two blades. A fence is set on one side of the jointer to serve as a guide. The infeed table and outfeed table are adjusted so that they are parallel, but the infeed table is slightly lower thereby exposing a small amount of the cutting blades. The woodworker then presses the lumber against the infeed table and pushes it onto the outfeed table; the rapidly spinning blades remove a small amount of material. If the wood is particularly warped, several passes on the jointer may be required.

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