Teflon Coated TS Blade Slipping

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Just make the arbor nut as tight as you can by holding the blade with your hand or wedging a piece of wood between the blade teeth and the saw table top. It isn't necessary to tighten it any more than that, the first time you run the saw the natural reaction forces of the spinning blade will keep the nut tight enough.
the nut tight enough
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Larry Wasserman Baltimore, Maryland
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Um, piece of scrap jammed in between the teeth on the blade, and the tablesaw top? Tighten against that.
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