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Dewalt 770 Deluxe Powershop 10 inch
I went to pickup a 10" Dewalt 770 Deluxe Powershop radial arm saw that I won in an online auction.
The saw is in rather good condition for an old tool.
It took us half a hour to finally learn how to move the yoke. (The seller is selling it for a very old owner, who is said to have owned it since it was new.) It turned out that one needs more than to loosen the lever, but the lever has to push on a bell to disengage a certain pin that fixes the yoke.
But we still have not been able to loosen and turn the bevel of the saw, to have the arbor pointing against the table. It moves a little and is not frozen. There is something, may be a pin, that fixes the saw's bevel angle.
The terse printed description on the saw (the arm) says "pull, and turn the saw..."
The "pull" is mysterious. What does it mean by "pull" and then turn the saw?
Does any one here own such a saw, Dewalt 770 Deluxe Powershop RAS 10", and can shed some light on how the bevel is moved? There does not seem to be anything broken. No sign of breakage.
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