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SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
10 in. (254 mm) Compound Miter Saw
Model TS230 - Double Insulated
THANK YOU FOR BUYING A RYOBI COMPOUND MITER SAW.
Your new saw has been engineered and manufactured to Ryobi's high standards for dependability, ease of operation, and
operator safety. Properly cared for, it will give you years of rugged, trouble-free performance.
CAUTION: Carefully read through this entire operator's manual before using your new saw.
Pay close attention to the Rules for Safe Operation, Warnings, and Cautions. If you use your saw properly and only for what
it is intended, you will enjoy years of safe, reliable service.
Please fill out and return the Warranty Service Registration Card so we can be of future service to you.
Thank you again for buying Ryobi tools.
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Page 1 - OPERATOR'S MANUAL

453015045DANGERKEEPHANDSAWAYFROMBLADE4540201003010200SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCEOPERATOR'S MANUAL10 in. (254 mm) Compound Miter SawMode

Page 2 - TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page 10010304045102020Fig. 3Fig. 4Fig. 5FEATURESCARRYING HANDLESee Figure 3.For convenience when carrying or transportating your mitersaw from one pla

Page 3 - RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION

Page 117-1/8”3-3/8”9-7/8”18”4-1/8”9-3/4”4-1/8”3-3/4”24”16-1/2”7/16” DIA. HOLE9-7/8"7-1/8"3-3/8"4-1/8"9-3/4"18"4-1/8"

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Page 12010304045102020INS0103040451020204530150454540201003010200Fig. 7Fig. 8Fig. 9ASSEMBLYWARNING:To prevent accidental starting that could cause pos

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Page 13ROTATIONROTATIONROTATION45Fig. 11Fig. 10Fig. 12ASSEMBLYWARNING:Failure to unplug your saw could result in accidentalstarting causing possible s

Page 6 - SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

Page 14WARNING:Make sure the saw blade or blade guard will not hit thework clamp assembly or table extensions when cutting35° to 45° angles.OPTIONAL S

Page 7 - SPECIFICATIONS

Page 1530˚40˚45˚10˚20˚30˚40˚45˚0˚ 0˚20˚30˚40˚45˚10˚20˚30˚40˚45˚0˚20˚30˚40˚45˚10˚20˚30˚40˚45˚0˚Fig. 13Fig. 14Fig. 15Fig. 16ADJUSTMENTSSQUARING THE MI

Page 8 - WARNING:

Page 1645˚40˚30˚20˚10˚20˚30˚40˚45˚45˚40˚30˚20˚10˚20˚30˚40˚45˚45301504545˚40˚30˚20˚10˚20˚30˚40˚45˚Fig. 18Fig. 19Fig. 20Fig. 17SQUARING THE SAW BLADE TO

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Page 1740˚45˚45˚30˚40˚20˚10˚30˚20˚10˚0˚40˚45˚45˚30˚40˚20˚10˚30˚20˚10˚0˚40˚45˚45˚30˚40˚20˚10˚30˚20˚10˚0˚Fig. 22Fig. 23Fig. 24Fig. 21ADJUSTMENTSSQUARING

Page 10 - FEATURES

Page 18Fig. 25PIVOT ADJUSTMENTSNOTE: These adjustments were made at the factory andnormally do not require readjustment.TRAVEL PIVOT ADJUSTMENT The s

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Page 19DANGERKEEPHANDSAWAYFROMBLADE454020100301020403045301504545Fig. 26WARNING:Before starting any cutting operation, clamp or bolt yourcompound mite

Page 12 - ASSEMBLY

Page 2G. Optional Stop Block ... 14H. Workstand ...

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Page 204530454020100301020KEEPHANDSAWAYDANGERFROMBLADE304045301504500153045015Fig. 27Fig. 28OPERATIONBEVEL CUTSee Figures 27 and 28.A bevel cut is mad

Page 14 - ADJUSTMENTS

Page 2140DANGERKEEP HANDS AWAYFROM BLADEINS45402010030102030Fig. 29COMPOUND MITER CUTA compound miter cut is a cut made using a miter angle anda bevel

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Page 224 PITCH OF SIDENUMBER OF SIDES0°6M- 45.00°B- 0.00°5°10°15°20°25°30°35°40°45°50°55°60°65°70°75°80°85°90°578910M- 36.00°B- 0.00°M- 30.00°

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Page 2338°52°Fig. 30OPERATIONCUTTING CROWN MOLDINGYour compound miter saw does an excellent job of cuttingcrown molding. In general, compound miter sa

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Page 244530150454540201003010203010°0°20°30°40°45°10°20°30°40°45°10°0°20°30°40°45°10°20°30°40°45°Fig. 31Fig. 32Fig. 33RIGHTCUTTING WARPED MATERIALSee

Page 18 - OPERATION

Page 25WARNING:When servicing, use only identical Ryobi replacementparts. Use of any other part may create a hazard or causeproduct damage.GENERALAvoi

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Page 26010304045102020INSFig. 34WARNING: To ensure safety and reliability, all repairs — with theexception of the externally accessible brushes — sho

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Page 27TROUBLESHOOTING1. Plug in saw.2. Have switch replaced by RyobiFactory or Authorized ServiceCenter.3. Replace fuse or reset circuitbreaker.4. Ha

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972000-375 10-97RYOBI AMERICA CORPORATION5201 Pearman Dairy Road Anderson SC 29625-8950Post Office Box 1207 Anderson SC 29622-1207Phone 1-800-525-2

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Page 3RULES FOR SAFE OPERATIONThe purpose of safety symbols is to attract your attention to possible dangers. The safety symbols, and theexplanations

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Page 4RULES FOR SAFE OPERATIONSafe operation of this power tool requires that you read andunderstand this operator's manual and all labels affixe

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Page 5RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION29. CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before further use of thetool, a guard or other part that is damaged should becarefully checked

Page 25 - MAINTENANCE

Page 61. NEVER USE A DULL SAW BLADE or one that doesnot have sufficient set.2. DO NOT REMOVE THE SAW'S BLADE GUARDS.Never operate the saw with an

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Page 7Blade Diameter ...10

Page 27 - TROUBLESHOOTING

Page 8ROTATIONROTATIONINSFig. 1Your Model TS230 Compound Miter Saw has been shippedcompletely assembled except for the blade, miter lock handle,work c

Page 28 - Model TS230

Page 9453015045DANGERKEEPHANDSAWAYFROMBLADE4540201003010200Fig. 2FEATURESKNOW YOUR COMPOUND MITER SAWSee Figure 2.Before attempting to use your saw, f

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