Model #113.24201 The saw blades come off and take the rubber tracking wheels off in the process. Have tried all recommended adjustments from owners manual. Have tried resetting all thrust guides, and blade guides along with top tracking screw. Have also tried several different blades. It will appear to track fine until you start it and let it run shortly the blade will work either to the inside or outside of the top or bottom wheel and come off taking the rubber with it.
It's not tracking correctly. I've not worked on one of those little saws since a shop mate had a black & decker model about 15 years ago, but I'm guessing there's a problem with the tires themselves. They are either not seating properly, causing the blade not to ride correctly, or the blade tension is all wrong, (or some combination of the two).
But I have never seen tires get pulled off by a mistracked blade; that alone sends up a big flag for me. There is another post I located with a similar problem with the same saw, so maybe Sears had some issues with some of the tires, but apparantly the forum that hosted it has taken it down, so I can't tell you what her results were.
I'd suggest, since you've gone through all the obvious, that you might get some quality replacement tires for a start, check the bearings on the wheels for play. If that doesn't help, you may have exhausted the capacity of that particular saw. I remember getting that little B&D dialed in occasionally, but it would only work for relatively thin cuts, and eventually we pretty much gave up on it and used it only for installations.
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