I have an issue that I hope this knowledgable group can help me with. I have a Steel City 10" contractor table saw that I have had for a couple of years and been very pleased with. It made cuts with ease using a Rigid general purpose blade. Last Christmas, I got a Freud Premier Fusion Thin Kerf general purpose blade. After installing it, the saw started bogging down and burning wood when making some cuts. This happened no matter what I was cutting, including plywood, pine or poplar. It happened if I was ripping or crosscutting. I followed the suggestions that came with the blade and went back through my saw and checked everything. I did find the miter slot to be a little out of parallel with the blade. I got it set correctly and it improved somewhat, but still not back to the way it was before. I put the Rigid blade back in and the saw still strained making some cuts. I'm not sure what else it can be. It makes the cuts, but it is not running like it should. I know this is a long post, but I'm pretty frustrated with this issue and hope to find a solution here. When a tool stops working like I know it can, it takes some of the enjoyment out of my woodworking. Thanks for reading. If any more details are needed, please ask.