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Evolution Power Saw Problem.

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by conny, 29 Sep 2019.

  1. conny

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    My Evolution Power Saw has started cutting slightly out of square. I've tried resetting with a set square but I think the groove/notch that it sits in has worn.
    Any ideas how I can fix it?
    I've thought about trying to put a sliver of wood along the back plate on the right hand side but don't know if it will need to be straight or tapered, (or even if it would work any way.)
     
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    I think it would help if you could tell us what type of saw it is, e.g table saw, jigsaw, corded tip saw, etc
     
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    Sorry, it's a table top combination saw. Not sure of the model as it's in my shed, (think it's a 210 blade diameter but could be wrong on that bit), and the heavens have opened up here.
     
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