I've got a Delta Contractor Saw that's about 20 years old. The new SawStop cabinet saw gets here on Monday.
I'm just a home woodworker, so the the contractor saw may be old, but there really should be a lot of use in for somebody with the time and skills to spruce it up a bit.
It's the tilt mechanism. It won't stay in place. I set the blade at 90 degrees to the table, do two or three cuts, check it again and it's off by a degree.
I plan to sell the saw, so I really don't want to be bothered taking it in for repairs. On the other hand, I'd like it to be an honest sale, so I'd like to be able to at least tell the buyer what the problem is likely to be and what it might cost them.
Anybody got any ideas?