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baumgm

09:46AM | 01/27/05
Member Since: 01/26/05
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I have a 10 inch craftsman miter saw with laser track and the cut is to the right of the laser mark. Is this something that I can adjust or should I just keep the difference in mind when cutting?

I thought the line would mark exactly where the cut would be.

tomz71ss

02:27PM | 01/27/05
Member Since: 11/13/04
90 lifetime posts
i'm pretty sure there is a way to adjust it, do you have the manual? if not, i'll try to find mine and see what's what.

baumgm

03:01AM | 01/28/05
Member Since: 01/26/05
2 lifetime posts
I was able to locate the manual but there is nothing on how to adjust. Does your's cut right on the red line? I was just familiarizing myself with it by trying a straight cut. Maybe if I try and angle I will have a different result. Any thoughts?

tomz71ss

04:26PM | 01/28/05
Member Since: 11/13/04
90 lifetime posts
mine is dead nuts on any angle or straight cuts. i'll dig out my manual this weekend, and also take a good look at the saw itself, maybe i can find/see something that will help you out to get it right.
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