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It is not the bevel, but the side to side. I just watched a video where they replaced the travel ring under the motor mechanism. Probably what I will do as it seems pretty easy to do. Thoughts?

 

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I have seen many of these saws wear out without needing that to be done. That said, lemons do get released from time to time. How confident are you that you do not have dust built up? On the job, I am used to seeing these saws sprayed with compressed air from time to time. 

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6 hours ago, Tpt life said:

I am used to seeing these saws sprayed with compressed air from time to time. 

This is always a good plan "A", then you can move on to things that may cost money.

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