Users' questions

Why wont my Ryobi table saw turn on?

Why wont my Ryobi table saw turn on?

A failed power supply, broken on/off switch, bad motor overload, broken power cord or failed drive motor can prevent the table saw motor from starting. If the outlet works, check the power cord for damage or disconnected wires. Reconnect any loose power cord wires. Replace the power cord if it’s damaged.

What size blade does a Ryobi table saw use?

10 in.
Thank you for buying a Ryobi Table Saw. Blade Diameter 10 in. (254 mm) Blade Arbor 5/8 in. (16 mm) Cutting Depth at 0° 3-5/8 in.

Why does my Ryobi circular saw keep stopping?

Why does my Ryobi circular saw keep stopping? A common issue for your Ryobi circular saw to keep stopping is it’s limited power capacity. If cutting a large thick workpiece you may need to use a larger battery on the circular saw.

Why won’t my table saw cut straight?

A misaligned fence on your table saw will lead to cuts not coming out straight, burnt cuts and excessive saw dust. Some even prefer to keep the rear side of the fence open a little bit typically between . 015” to . 030” to make sure the wood and fence don’t pinch causing the wood to kickback.

Why does my table saw blade wobble?

The easiest way to check this is to simply put a new saw blade on the saw, and see if it still wobbles. If not, your old blade is warped, possibly due to heat generated during heavy cutting. If the new blade wobbles, unplug the saw, remove the blade and check the arbor for runout with a dial indicator.

Is a table saw Reverse thread?

Table saws provide consistent precision cuts, making them a valuable asset in the woodshop. But if you’re new to this power-tool, they are intimidating. One common concern among new woodworkers is how the blades are threaded. Table saw blades are reversed threaded if they tilt right.

Which direction should an arbor nut be turned in order to loosen it?

If the arbor enters the blade from the left side of the saw (as most do), you need to rotate the top of the nut toward you to loosen it, away from you to tighten it. Note that this way, forces on the blade tend to keep the nut tight rather than encouraging it to work free.