Adjust the blade's height so that the tips of its teeth cut to the top of the sticking profile on the test piece.
Miter the rail's sticking by aligning the tenon's shoulder with the reference line.
To miter the sticking, tilt the tablesaw blade 45°, attach a backing board to the miter gauge, and make two test cuts. Butt the pieces together. A gap is twice the error of the blade's tilt.
Mark the backing board attached to the miter gauge. Draw a reference line from the corner of the kerf. Continue the line over the top of the backing board.
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