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How do you use the feeler gauge to adjust the blade on the unishear

How do I use the feeler gauge that comes with the blade kit?

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Go to Dewalt's service website at http://servicenet.dewalt.com/ and search for your model in the find parts box. Select the 3225-10 model and there will be a manual available that describes how to set your blades.

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Platen Gap Adjustment (Figure 35)
IMPORTANT Only do this procedure if the original equipment shuttle frame assembly or platen has been replaced by a new or
refurbished unit.
1. Prepare the printer for maintenance (page 338).
2. Remove the shuttle cover assembly (page 357).
3. Loosen the platen open belt (page 415, steps 2, 3, and 4).
4. Raise the forms thickness lever (1) to the fully open position.
5. If you are adjusting any model except the 6400-i20, select a 0.011 inch (0.28mm) flat feeler gauge.
If you are adjusting a 6400-i20, select a 0.012 inch (0.30 mm) flat feeler gauge.
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