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  • Table Saw R4510 Riving Knife

    My first post here. Just bought saw two days ago and i alread f(#* up. OK, i went to adjust the riving knife cause it didn't look aligned to me; off to one side slightly. So i loosened the two bolts per the user manual (man were those suckers tight) but that didn't do it to my satisfaction. This is the part were i really screwed up; i also loosened the two set screws (now i know why they didn't supply an alen wrench that size). Well, i spent about 4 hours tightening/loosening but got nowhere. Anybody know the trick for this saw? I seems if i try to tighten the bolts to the same level i found them everthing goes out of whack; or i can't get the knife to ride the correct distance above the blade (and i'm just guessing on that distance). Is it time for a service visit? Would it be covered under warantee or the lifetime service agreement?

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    Re: Table Saw R4510 Riving Knife

    try this thread:

    http://www.ridgidforum.com/forum/sho...1+riving+knife
    there's a solution to every problem.....you just have to be willing to find it.

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    • #3
      Re: Table Saw R4510 Riving Knife

      Thanks... but, the R4511 is not the R4510; different riving knife support assembly. Still hoping someone out there has dealt with this issue.

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      • #4
        Re: Table Saw R4510 Riving Knife

        Barring a response from the group you might try calling customer service with your specific problem. Of course, when they give you the answer to the issue you would feel 'obligated' to share here.
        Later,
        Chiz
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