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  1. I would reach out to someone on MKE's Facebook page they are usually more willing to help a customer out. You never know and you might just get a CSR having a bad day.
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  2. Something to add regarding blades. There are different types of tooth patterns on blades. These inude Alternate Tooth Bevel (ATB) and Triple Chip Grind (TCG). There are more but these are the majority of what you will see on the market. ATB blades are more designed for the majority of wood products as the tooth pattern is able to rip and cut with minimal effort. Coarse tooth blades are great for ripping and very rough cuts. Finer tooth blades are great for cross cuts and fine finish work; normally when a clean cut is desired. These blades often have a positive p
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