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  • TS2410 Bevel Problem

    After setting up my TS2410 as accurately as I can, I am unable to get a 90 degree cut off a 2X4. Although the Freud thin curf blade is slightly beyond 90 degrees when I check it with a 4" engineer's square, the cut on the wood tells me that the top of the blade needs to be set just a little further to the right. That is, when I check for squareness with the same engineer's square. Problem is that the adjustment is maxed out. Any suggestions?

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    Re: TS2410 Bevel Problem

    TO SET THE BEVEL INDICATOR AND BEVEL STOPS AT 0 ̊ AND 45 ̊

    The angle settings of the saw have been set at the factory and, unless damaged in shipping, should not require set- ting during assembly. After extensive use, it may need to be checked.

    To check for squareness, 0 ̊ position:

     Unplug the saw and remove the switch key.

     Raise the blade to a 3 in. depth of cut.

     Release the bevel locking lever.

     Push the height/bevel adjusting handwheel to the left as far as possible.

     Lock the bevel locking lever.

     Place the combination square against blade. Make sure square is not touching the tip of one of the saw teeth.

    If blade is square to the table:

     Check bevel indicator.

     If indicator is not pointing to the 0 mark on the bevel scale, loosen the indicator adjusting screw and adjust indicator.

     Retighten screw.

    If blade is not square to the table:

     Loosen 0 ̊ stop screw until it is even with the top of the saw table using 5/32 in. hex key.

     Release the bevel locking lever and position the height/ bevel adjusting handwheel until blade is 0 ̊ to the table. Lock the bevel locking lever.

     Screw the 0 ̊ stop screw until the saw blade starts to move. Check again for squareness and readjust if needed.

     Check bevel indicator.

     If indicator is not pointing to the 0 ̊ mark on the bevel scale, loosen the indicator adjusting screw and adjust indicator.

     Retighten screw.

    To check for squareness, 45 ̊ position:

     Release the bevel locking lever.

     Push the height/bevel adjusting handwheel to the right as far as possible.

     Lock the bevel locking lever.

     Place the combination square against blade. Make sure square is not touching the tip of one of the saw teeth.

    If blade is square to the table:

     Check bevel indicator.

     If indicator is not pointing to the 45 ̊ mark on the bevel scale, loosen the indicator adjusting screw and adjust indicator.

     Retighten screws.

    If blade is not square to the table:

     Loosen 45 ̊ stop screw until it is even with the top of the saw table using 5/32 in. hex key.

     Release the bevel locking lever and position the height/ bevel adjusting handwheel until blade is 45 ̊ to the table. Lock the bevel locking lever.

     Screw the 45 stop screw until the saw blade starts to move. Check again for squareness and readjust if needed.

     Check bevel indicator.

     If indicator is not pointing to the 45 ̊ mark on the bevel scale, loosen the indicator adjusting screw and adjust indicator.

     Retighten screw.

    To set the bevel indicator:

     With the saw blade at 0 ̊, the bevel indicator should be pointing to 0 ̊.

     If not, loosen the indicator adjusting screw and adjust indicator.

     Retighten screw.
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