4 questions from our users
I purchased a MLT100 09 July 2019 from Mitre Ten Ferrymead Branch in Christchurch New Zealand.
I own quite a few Makita Tools.
Then the saw stopped working. Phoned Mitre Ten advised me to bring it in and of to the service center should be back in a week or so.
Explained this is my work noone can not have a tool for over one week.
Made a check and thought may have been the cord so shorted it to no avail. Big mistake they properly going to tell me the warranty not valid anymore.
Finally took direct to service center as Mitre Ten told me they turn tools around in 24 hours.
Service center says not so , may be fixed this week but not sure.
Meantime I cant do any work.
Any advise for me ?
I had the same problem but with metabo. I make furniture for a living and I was without my saw for over a month only to get it back not fixed properly the blade was 3mm out . So I took it back and told them I wasnt leaving until it was fixed and I stood in the repair centre and they fixed it within half hour .
how to adjust saw alinement
Loosen two hex drive screws and parallel fence to blade by measuring at front of blade to fence and back of blade to fence. If these measurements are the same, you're in business. You can also try lining up fence with mitre track but blade parralleness is more important
I was about to purchase one of these this morning until I accidentally read the reviews. I was very disappointed as 95% were brutal. This was a surprise considering I own quite a few Makita products as a home-handyman, and have been quite happy with the quality. However this collection of negative, but painfully honest reviews has me confused. It certainly isn't a cheap saw and I wonder if the name "Makita" isn't being falsely traded on. I will happily agree that Chinese and Taiwanese produced products are generally junk.....unless it is food!
I just bought a brand new makita mlt100 with stand... i would like to ask what size of dados blade should i get? And also for the dado plate... would love to appreciate your kind reply
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