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  • Alignment of 1250LZ

    Recently purchased the new 1250LZ. Did anyone else have any alignment problems,or were most cutting straight right out of the box? If not, any tips on on the alignment process?

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    Ya I had some alignments to do on mine when i got it. ( just bought it on Thursday)
    Vertical alignment of blade and squaring up of rear fence.
    My one major concern with this machine is the play in the arbor.
    If I hold it with finger tips at the blades teeth right under blade guard I can move it side to side visibly.
    On the lazer I found mine to be right on after I squared up the power head and tubes, I read a lot of posts saying that the lazer is not a true
    guide.
    What position are u guys holding the blade when trying the lazer?
    It has to be full up position.

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    • #3
      Sounds like your talking of the 1290lz?

      Originally posted by boydsdodge:
      Ya I had some alignments to do on mine when i got it. ( just bought it on Thursday)
      Vertical alignment of blade and squaring up of rear fence.
      My one major concern with this machine is the play in the arbor.
      If I hold it with finger tips at the blades teeth right under blade guard I can move it side to side visibly.
      On the lazer I found mine to be right on after I squared up the power head and tubes, I read a lot of posts saying that the lazer is not a true
      guide.
      What position are u guys holding the blade when trying the lazer?
      It has to be full up position.
      [ 02-08-2004, 11:57 AM: Message edited by: mr man ]

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