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My delta 13''portable planer is having a tough time feeding

It wants to feed but it seems to stick. the rollers aren't grabbing it.

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  • jheath003 May 22, 2009

    My Delta 13" Planer will not feed either.  The feed rollers are not turning.  I took it apart and it appears as though a "key" is missing out of a drive spindle.  However the keys all appear to be there.  All the gears etc. that run the knives are running, but the two chains that run the drive pullys do not run.  I can turn the drive pullys by hand and then the chains do move.

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If you are trying to remove too much material at one time, this will definetly happen. Try removing less material per pass.

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