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  • Anyone Know What This Is??????

    Howdy All!!!! Received my new DeWalt saw today and I'm itching to use it, quick question for anyone who own's a DeWalt, it came with this little metal piece (see pic) with the blades, I have no idea what it is or what it is for. Can anyone help?
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  • #2
    What it's for

    It's a special tool for picking scrollsaw dust out of your teeth.



    • #3
      Could it be for removing the fuse?



      • #4
        Have to go along with scrollhead...looks like it is to remove the fuse. I have a Dewalt, but never seen that part, it must be a tool. Bob
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        • #5
          Never thought about that! I will have to go and try it, Thanks guy's!


          • #6
            My wife says it's a tool to do something with.
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            • #7
              Hi Ranger,

              Scrollhead deserves a pat on the back.

              It is the tool to open the fuse compartment on the DeWalt788, should go next to the AllenKey, where ever you decided to store it

              DW788. -Have fun in the shop or it isn't a hobby anymore.

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