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#1 posted 04-08-2013 06:25 PM

craftsman70…......i saw a comment on a thread somewhere over the last couple of days from a 4512 owner with the alignment issue. he noted that, once properly aligned at a “low” height, elevating the blade beyond the needed height and then lowering it to the height needed for a cutting operation, returned the blade to proper alignment. sort of like backing into the cut height as opposed to raising the blade to the needed cut height. just passing on some hopefully helpful info.

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