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Found beautifully derelict Milwaukee sliding miter saw all fucked up in the trash. Pull it out, replace power cable and trigger wire.
>it's alive!
guard wont work though. consider just removing guard altogether. Instead I research and find that guard has linkage that sheared a 1/8" or smaller screw (M3?) on inside of arm. Partially remove pivot shaft to get to screw hole (why not, it needed greasing anyway). hammering out pivot shaft shatters entire arm assembly. replacement is probably 200+ bucks. Toss in my junk pile.



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