Behringer manufactures power hacksaw machines that can make cutting various materials a snap so that you don’t have to painstakingly cut materials by hand. You will find several different models from Behringer, varying from automatic to semi-automatic and hydraulic power hacksaws, each with a range of cutting diameter models to choose from. Although the blades on these machines are sturdy and will last for a while, you will need to replace them at some point. The good news is that it should take you only a few minutes to do so.
Plug your Behringer machine back in and turn it on to see if it moves properly. If not, unplug it, realign the blade and tighten.
Discard your old blade in the metal recycling bin. Power hacksaw blades are not sharpened after they go dull.
Center the blade on the damper(s) and, with the hexagonal tool, secure the damper(s) in place until snug. Do the same for the other end of the blade.
With leather-gloved hands, remove the old blade and put it to the side. Be careful and take your time with this so you don't injure yourself.