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I have this planer and what I have found is first clean the rollers with naptha on a rag be VERY CAREFUL plug machine in kick on and off un plug machine clean exposed part of roller then plug in and kick on again to move rollers, after that clean in feed and out feed tables then wax with hard wax and polish and wood should feed thru much better.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
These planers are a bit sensitive. Too much bite and too little both result in the problem you cite. The hardness and the dryness of the board also impacts it. Therefore, I would say for starters just experiment a bit with the amount you are trying to remove with each pass. I usually only remove 1/16th inch per pass.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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