Ok so since I have not provided pictures of my new saw this never happened!
I was tinkering with my General 650 this weekend. Calibrated the 45 degree and 90 degree settings (90 was dead on and the 45 needed 1 degree more), adjusted the miter gauge etc. I checked for alignment and found that the back side is off by .003. No big deal since all of my cuts are dead on at 90 when using a 6" board and Starrett combination square.
Well being as AR as I can be, I decided to realign the table. So I loosened 3 of the 4 bolts and left the 4th one a little snug to act as the pivot point. I used a rubber weighted mallet to tap the corner to move the table. No change in the dial indicator. So I gave it a fairly good smack. No change in the dial indicator!
So I finally used the front rail as a lever to persuade the top. No change in the dial indicator!
Question - Do I have to take the rails off? I would not think so. Any thoughts on why the top is not moving?