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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I Also have a BAO 12 and im trying to find out about the starter as i need a new one. But the company above have a copy which i am ordering. His name is Ben Thatcher.
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Posted on Jan 22, 2010
You can get parts and diagram here.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
I can help, but you'll need the gauge to set the knives exactly in the same spot on both or all 3. Do you have the tools that came with it? Do you have new knives or are you getting those sharpened? Getting then out is no problem, just take note of how they sit in the cutter head, loosen the jib screws, don't touch the set screws, take out all the knives, clean the jib off and the blow out the cutter head, sharpen the knives or get the new ones ready to go in, put the jib in, lay the knife on it, tighten up each end just snug, take your setting tool and just scrape the top on the knife, do not touch it, move it or stop on it, just shave it slightly, adjust it so it is just right, tap it back in with a piece of wood if you pull it up too far, do the other side the same, then snug up the jib screws, check the depth again, It has to be the same left and right, all knives, otherwise you will get chatter marks and speed bumps in your wood. Once it is set, tighten up all the jib screws, then tighten them again, do the other knives, all the same, do not answer the fone, get them all tight, put on the cutter guard, and plug it back in. You should be all set.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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I do not know the model of your planer, so I can only direct you to one of my favorite sites hoping this helps.
You can right click and select open or double left click on the link. If that does not get you to the site you can select and copy the site address pasting it into your browser address bar and clicking on refresh or go. This will take you to the Ryobi planer site, and you can select your model number to find your part.
I usually cannot order just one part, since I always can find some other parts for my tools to keep them in working order.
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