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#1 posted 07-01-2017 02:25 PM

A lot depends on the blade steel. You can try and remove the kink by applying some heat to the area and tapping it flat on an anvil, but harder metals will eventually crack. Personally I’d just scrap it, I’d never feel comfortable sawing with my fingers that close to a blade that may break at any time. Check your tires for damage and recheck the alignment of your guide bar and guides.


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