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Typically, the automatic lowering device is a hydraulic cylinder controlled by a bleed valve. The more the bleed valve is opened, the faster the blade will move downward into the material. If the blade is falling too fast, the cylinder may be leaking fluid past the valve. This will also cause the blade to slip or get stuck in the metal material being cut. You need to adjust the bleed valve there man.

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