This couldn’t be simpler. Took me longer to figure out how to get the new long handled hex wrenches out of the packing (had to cut a hidden zip tie). Simply loosen two screws and it moves.
Here’s the before front and back pics.
Wow, that is way off. More than a tenth of an inch. No wonder my cuts were never anywhere near square. I’d like to blame my kid who tosses around the fence like it’s an empty twinkie wrapper.
Here’s the obvious adjustment screws on the fence. They are allen screws and seem pretty beefy.
After getting the packaging open, Here’s how the wrench goes in. Simply loosen the screws.
With the blade all the way up, here’s the fence against the blade. I didn’t follow the User Manual but this makes sense to me. There’s a fair amount of play in the fence so this was easy.
Tightened the screws. Here’s the front and back after the adjustment.
It’s a snug fit both ways. I probably should have turned the square so it’s always pointing into the blade to avoid the teeth which are slightly wider, but the fence did fit nicely when moved adjacent to the blade.
Now I’m cooking with gas!
-- Doug - When all you own is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.