Question about Tools & Hardware - Others
Posted by Anonymous on
The knife does not come apart. Push the top button (blade) all the way forward and keep pushing forward now press the side button . Being careful with sharp blade pull the blade forward gently. It may need to wiggle a bit but it will come out. Insert new blade while pressing side button. goodluck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I was able to find the answer on another site. It is really simple when someone tells it to you. You push the blade all the way out then you can push the yellow button and it comes out.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
If you use the wrong brand of blades, they won't let the knife shut all the way. The notch is cut slightly differently. The same is true for the Kobalt knife I just bought at Lowes. Get the Stanley blades that are right next to the knives - they are the only ones that work.
If you bought the Stanley blades, then I don't know what the problem is. Sorry for that too.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
SOURCE: How do you load a new blade?
At the back end of the knive (the curved end) press the black piece through the yellow rounded part and the yellow front and the black back will part, now slide the yellow part back to reviel the blade folder. Fit new blade then refit the yellow part on top of the black part and slide the yellow part foward to lock it back in.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
at the handel end it will pull apartthen slide the whats left of the old blade and put new won in its place just do it slowly so you dont forget how it goes
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
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You do not have to remove any screws. Extend the blade outward
using the thumb slide on top of the knife. There is a small black pushbutton on
the opposite side from the lock button. Depress the button on the side and
using the other hand, grab the blade with your thumb and forefinger to pull the
blade out. It may require a little wiggling. Now the new blade can be slide in
and locked into place. The black pushbutton controls the locking mechanism that
keeps the blade from pulling out.
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