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    It arrived yesterday and before I run outside, I'm breaking all man rules. I'm reading the manual (sorry )

    Anyway, the manual says to alter the cut depth for everything you cut. Should only have the size of a tooth projecting below the workpiece.

    Sensible advice, or is it them being a bit mumsy ?
    I know from experience this is a very good idea, I still never bother and know I will again cut through something I shouldn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mussels View Post
    I know from experience this is a very good idea, I still never bother and know I will again cut through something I shouldn't.
    Yup, done a few cuts and easy to set the right height

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