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#1 posted 09-19-2020 11:26 PM

It s an electrical thing. As long as the nail isn t contacting the metal saw top when the blade hits it, the saw shouldn t fire. But really wet lumber could be conductive enough or the tip of the nail could have just exited the surface to fire the cartridge. Save yourself the worry and do those cuts – carefully – on bypass.

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