Why do I need to roll the drive motor all the way forward before beginning the cutting operation?

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If you fail to roll the motor forward you will experience a lock up in cutting when the motor seats into the cradle as you progress into the cut. This creates tremendous wear and possible damage to the components. It is a great idea to always check this right before you begin to cut.

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