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    I just bought the subject scroll saw. When I pickd it up I noticed the blade had cut into the round aluminum hole in the table. I see the blade is not centered on the hole. I do not yet have a manual for the saw. But I even wonder if it would tell how to adjust the table so it is centered on the hole. The back end of the table is mounted to a single bolt that allows the table to be rotated left or right for cutting angles. The front top of the table has two countersunk bolts that are not sloted to allow any adjustment there. These connection points do not allow for any adjustment of the table? How do I adjust the table so the hole in the table is centered on the blade?

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