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    Default Adjusting the Alignment of a Sherwood MJ2325 Tableswa

    What better to do on a cold Winters day than play in the shed.
    WRONG.
    I have inherited a Sherwood MJ 2325 10 incg contactors saw. It has been doing an OK job but after reading by latest magazine decided to sort out the alignment.
    Wow. A 2mm difference between the front and back of the blade. Explains quite a few previous problems.
    Anyway my problem is I have no manual cant find the elusive trunion bolts or see anything else under there to help me.

    Im sure I am not the first to face this problem with this saw. I have read many posts but until I find the trunnions and or a useful manual I am all at sea.

    HELP.

    Bids.

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    I think the MJ2325 is a cabinet saw. Trunnions are mounted to the cabinet not the top. Losen the top and move it to line up with the blade.
    This may be completely wrong in which case totally ignore this post
    Those were the droids I was looking for.
    https://autoblastgates.com.au

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