06:54AM | 10/09/06
Member Since: 10/08/06
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I have a Craftsman Model 21805 10in. Table Saw and during my most recent project it has become out of square. When set at 0 it tilts away from the piece just enough to cause a problem. Can anyone help me with this. I am getting NO help from Sears.



05:38PM | 08/17/09
Member Since: 08/16/09
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there is an adjustment to the pointer on the angle measurement on the front of the saw raise the blade all the way out of the table and use a square (framing or speed type) hold it down to the table and push it over to the blade move the blade from side to side with the adjuster and make sure they are together at the top and at the bottom this will show you how straight the blade is to the table loosen up the small screw that holds the pointer adjustment and move it close to 0 do this with the blade being square to the square and retighten the small screw this needs to be checked from time to time and after every blade change I have almost the same saw and it is always out of adjustment on me just raise the blade and put a squre to the balde if there is any question easy fix hope this helps


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