A small tip, for anyone who has ever bought an Aldi Workzone WZTS 2000 table saw. Beneath the deck, the blade sits in a tall, narrow plastic tray with a narrow tube coming off it, that is designed to be connected to an extraction device. If, like most domestic users, you don’t have it connected to an extraction device, the tube will want to become blocked with sawdust and small bits of wood. The plastic tray will begin to fill up. The blade is now running through a bed of sawdust. If you are cutting a lot of material, the blade will become hot. If you are working outside, and it’s windy, it may take a few minutes to realise that what is emanating from the saw is not just dust, but also smoke. To remove smouldering sawdust from the now partly melted plastic tray, unplug the saw, move it from over the pile of sawdust on the lawn that is also on fire, and remove the tray by means of the four screws that secure it. Do not try this indoors.