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#1 posted 03-16-2012 08:25 PM

While the noise may go away with use as Chipy said, I’d still make sure the blade was flat and the arbor had zero play in it. It’s good practice to make sure your tools are within spec and performing properly (or as expected).

And, as the others have said, a light pass with sandpaper might help a little more quickly. I’d try to figure out where the blade touches and then only lightly remove material from that area.

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