aligning table saw blade
I've been using my table saw a lot lately to trim floating cork flooring and whatnot. That part is done now, but I need to rip the baseboards to fit over the new floor. Trouble is, the saw started misbehaving--wanting to kick, cutting crooked. I finally determined that the blade has become crooked--it's 1/16 off front-to-back. (So, the back of the blade is 1/16 closer to the right side of the table than the front of the blade is.)
Now, I went and got the instructions and they tell me to adjust a screw-and-nut combination that's located right above the blade up-down handle. But there's no such thing there! My husband also looked for it and couldn't find it.
This is a Craftsman that I've had for several years. I'd call it a 'contractor saw' as it's light enuf to be portable. (I'll have to look up the model number later)
Anyone have any idea how the confounded blade is supposed to be adjusted?? Seems like this is the sort of thing one would have to do relatively often, so it should be easy!