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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: We own a Dewalt DW735
Unplug the machine then crank open the head up as far as it will go. Underneath, in the middle of the head you'll find two feed rollers and a cutter head with the blades on it. Even dull the blades are very sharp so work carefully. Each blade is held in place by a blade holder and eight allen screws. Remove all eight allen screws and the holder and blade will fall out. If they have excessive sawdust or tree goo on them they may need a bump from the plastic end of a screw driver to knock them loose. Keep track of how they come off so you can put them back on the same way only with the blade turned around. The top of the blade holder will fit into a channel in the blade so they'll all go back in lined up correctly. Turn the cutter head carefully to get at the other blade(s) to change them.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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