New Ryobi One circular saw.
00:00 Follow along with a handyman
00:25 Unboxing Ryobi One Circular Saw
03:57 Be an American not American’t
Hi, I’m Phil Bridges, owner of Straight Arrow Repair. Ever want to know how a repairman fixes things? Well come with me, and I’ll show you how I solve problems. Let’s make things better together.
This is to replace the old one now. Sure enough, got my money’s worth out of it. It has a smaller blade. It’s still functioning, but this is hanging up, and the motor’s really weak. So we went ahead and got one of these. Ryobi one. Gives you the warenty.
“You say Ryobi?”
Looks like we’re going to have to put the blade on and give you an allen wrench right here. It goes into a hole right here.
Gives you a free blade with it.
Probably got a lock with it, right here is the lock you spin it until you feel the lock drop down in pull the bolt. Pull the washer.
Pull the guard back, which is a clear plastic. So the blade in the washer. The washer. I know you’re right, because it cuts this way. We don’t know if it spins. Now, I guess we’re going to it shows you directions can go either way with this blade we’re going to find out and I’ll change it if I need to lock it right there. Pull this battery off the old one goes inside here it’s a little, quite a bit heavier spins this way. Yeah.
The battery’s pretty low. Seems to be all right. Let you know more later.
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