How to Lubricate a Table Saw



A table saw allows you to make straight, accurate cuts every time, as long as the tool is properly maintained. Lubricating the table saw makes it much easier to adjust.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Safety glasses
Gloves
White lithium grease
Table saw wrench
Scrap of wood
Non-silicon paste wax
Compressed air

Unplug the table saw for safety. Remember, even a dull blade can cut, so wear gloves.
Remove the blade guard, blade insert and splitter if equipped. Raise the blade to full height.
Use the table saw wrench to loosen the arbor bolt. Remember, the table saw has reverse threads to keep the blade from coming l


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