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#1 posted 03-07-2012 07:17 PM

I had my SS for about a year and never had it go off. With that said after a year of owning it I found that I was turning off the break all of the time because wet wood, nail, staple etc WILL set it off and destroy the break and blade. After I realised that the safty was not of much use due to me turning it off all of the time I sold the saw and bought a unisaw.

P.S. I give it about 5 more replys before this gets turned in to a b*tch-fest about sawstop.

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