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Delta 36-725 Fence / Union Plate Bolts


I've just been to hell and back assembling a Delta 36-725 table saw. The manual is useless in terms I cannot begin to express. That said, the problem I am having now is:

Adjusting those fence rails was a NIGHTMARE. What a lousy design but after several hours of adjust those rails I now find that when moving the fence from one end of the saw to the other the fence is hitting the bolts that affix the union plate (which joins the two fence rails).

Has anyone run into this problem? Also, since Delta does not reference it in their 'manual' (and I use the term loosely) what are the white plastic screws for on either side of the fence?

Many thanks!

UPDATE: I had the union plate on top of the rail, and not underneath. Duh….not feeling overly bright about Thanks all!


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