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Posted on Delta 36-725 riving knife adjustment question

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#1 posted 02-12-2016 09:09 PM

Maybe we’re not using same definition of locked/unlocked. To me, locked (handle down like your Pic 2) indicates that the RK is “locked” in place, not the handle, and will not move when making a cut. Unlocked (handle up like your Pic 1) indicates that the RK is not in a safe position to make a cut and that it can be removed/adjusted/replaced as needed (handle up).

Your last post sounds like you are defining locked based on the cams of handle position, not ability of the RK to move.

Is your handle down (what I call the locked) and will not move to the up position (what I call unlocked)? If so, I’ve not had that occur.

The correct position to run the saw is with handle down like Pic 2…


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