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Replace very old fork tip knife

Is the unconditional guarantee still in effect. I have two knives, 25 to 30 yearsold,that don't cut like they used to.

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How Do Knife Sharpeners Work?


Knife sharpeners are a way of preserving
knives and other such tools that have become blunt with use and therefore less
effective.


Sharpeners work by grinding the knife
against a hard, rough surface. Usually stone is the most common type of
sharpener but sandpaper (which has a soft surface but is hard), can also be
used.



You can take your knives to a knife shop
where they will sharpen them for you (on average once a year), but if you are a
keen knife user and want to keep your knives sharp and in excellent condition,
it might be worth buying a sharpener of your own.



To sharpen your own knives you’ll need to invest in a good whetstone. These are
stones that are available in fine, medium and coarse grits.


The sharpener will come with
instructions about the angle you need to place the knife at in order to sharpen
it.


You can also buy stones for polishing
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The best knife company guarantee I have ever heard of. You will love the knives...


Hi everyone! Every now and then we all run across an item that is terrific in one way or another. Today I want to tell you about a company that manufactures excellent, durable kitchen knives, sporting knives, garden tools and other related items. What is remarkable about this company is their lifetime guarantee! Can you imagine a company that manufactures kitchen knives, which often get lots of hard, daily use, offering to keep that knife or set sharp and in good shape for ever!! All you have to do is ship the knife or set back to the factory where it will be sharpened and sometimes replaced for free and all you pay is a small shipping fee. I know......truly unheard of these days. Well the company is called CUTCO and here is a link to their site http://www.cutco.com/customer/guarantee.jsp

I am directing you to their lifetime guarantee page but once you go there you can check out their products, order their products, AND even go to work for them as a part-time sales representative. WOW!! It is almost too good to be true but it is infact totally true. I have some of their knives, which I always go to first, and I have taken them up on their free sharpening service. If you aren't as pleased as I am about these knives I will be surprised. AND let me tell you this true story. I have a good friend who is an avid hunter. He was given one of the Cutco hunting knives a few years ago and used it for everything you could imagine. Well, he sent it into the company and they apparently thought it was so worn that it was not worth sharpening and repairing..... soooooooooo they gave him a brand new one as a replacement for free........... imagine a free replacement of an expensive, quality knife......Now there's a reason to buy American!!!

Hope you enjoyed reading my tip and if you decide to purchase one or more Cutco knives, enjoy it!! Joe

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How much money should I spend on kitchen knives?


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How can I be sure it's a genuine knife?


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The screwdriver on my Swiss knife is broken, can it be replaced?


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I recently dropped my knife with the blade open it fell into some rocks and the blade tip broke on impact.


You can re-shape the tip with a few steps.
Do not use a grinding wheel, it will heat the blade too much, and you will lose the temper of the blade.
First, use a file to take off metal. Start by filing off the 45 degree at the cutting edge caused by the break. After you get the right shape, a whetstone will smooth the edge out, and let you sharpen it. I fixed a Buck 110 folding knife fir my brother a few years ago. It is obviously shorter now, but holds a good edge and works fine.

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How do I change the two blades


Operator's manual for 22-547 portable planer is here.

Page 10 and 11 discusses the process of changing the knives in detail. I'd like to reiterate the manual's comment about how sharp these knives are. Use gloves or be VERY careful.

Per manual:

1. DISCONNECT THE TOOL FROM THE POWER SOURCE.

2. Lower the head assembly by turning handle (B) Fig. 15.

3 Remove chip deflector (A) Fig. 19.

4. Carefully place knife setting gage (B) Fig. 20, on the cutterhead so the rounded sections are directly over the knife as shown.

5. Loosen the knife locking bar by turning the seven knife locking screws, six of which are shown at (C) Fig. 21, CLOCKWISE and carefully remove knife locking bar (D) Fig. 22, knife (E), and springs (not shown) which are located under the knife.

6. Remove the remaining knife in the same manner.

7. Thoroughly clean the knife slots, knife locking bars and screws. Check the screws. If the threads appear worn or stripped or if the heads are damaged, replace them.

8. Carefully replace the springs (not shown), knives (E) Fig. 22, and knife locking bars (D), into both slots of cutterhead (F). IMPORTANT: WHEN REPLACING KNIFE LOCKING BARS (D) AGAINST KNIVES (E), AS SHOWN IN THE CROSS-SECTIONAL ILLUSTRATION Fig. 22, MAKE CERTAIN THE BARS ARE INSTALLED AS SHOWN, WITH
SCREWS (C), POSITIONED AT THE TOP OF KNIFE LOCKING BARS (D), AND ANGLED DOWNWARD HOLDING THE KNIVES (E) PROPERLY INSIDE THE CUTTERHEAD SLOTS. TURN KNIFE LOCKING SCREWS, ONE OF WHICH IS SHOWN AT (C), COUNTERCLOCKWISE JUST ENOUGH TO HOLD BOTH KNIVES (E) IN THE CUTTERHEAD (F).

9. Adjust both knives (see manual).

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