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Theres a Better Way

How to Keep Your Saw Plugged In

comments (0) September 17th, 2013 in Blogs
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Produced by: John Ross and Chuck Miller


If you're working in a precarious place with a circular saw, like up on a roof, and you don't want it to become unplugged from your extension cord, you could tie the cords in a knot and hope they don't get snagged on the gutter, but there's a better way.

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