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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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you will need the directions from the owners manual , do not guess at this it can be a hazard if not done properly i have manual and will try to look it up and figure how to get the info to you
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
It can be fixed....I assume when you say the blades won't engage that the motor does come up to speed.
It's been years and years since I took one apart, I think they have a newer model out now
At any rate, there's a drive belt on one side and a chain on the other. You could have broken a link in the chain. You might have burned the belt..
You're going to have to start pulling covers off and take a look. If you're not mechanically inclined, there are usually small tool repair shops associated with most major metro areas that have factory certified techs who can do the repairs for you.
If you are handy, and feel up to it, here's a link to a site that will help you find parts and see diagrams of its innards.
Good luck, and I hope this advice proves remotely helpful..
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Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: planed board has a lower
I think you are talking about what is commonly called "snipe". This is an inherent problem with all planers, but especially with heavier cuts. You can take lighter cuts, or you can start with a board longer than your intended finish length. You can also put the board you are planing on top of a longer board, then feeding them through together.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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First of all check to see if the feed rolls a turning, if it all looks good you may need to lube the table, I use wax ( al ittle goes a long ways.)
Mahogany is a Hardwood and I have found that taking smaller cuts is best.
If rollers spin and it still does'nt work you may have a stripped gear.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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