The interlocking design of tongue-and-groove boards means that it is necessary to cut through the board joints to release them from their position. A circular saw is ideal for this purpose.
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Use a nail cutting blade to cut through any concealed nails. Set the circular saw to the exact depth of the damaged board.
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