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There is a blade release that you have to push up while inserting blade. If this isn't the problem, there are many types of blades for different jigsaws. You need the one for your brand. Take an old blade with you when you purchase. Good luck
hello, To keep the shaft or trimmer head from turning when trying to remove the bump knob or blade insert a screwdriver in the slot on the other side of the head and remove bump knob or blade,hope this helps,,
hello, To keep the shaft or trimmer head from turning when trying to remove the bump knob or blade insert a screwdriver in the slot on the other side of the head and remove bump knob or blade,hope this helps,~~
Three things you can replace depend on your budet
1) you can replace whole wiper blabe assembly by lift up the cover at the bottom end of the bale assembly and un-screw the nut and raplace whole assembly with arm , wiper insert etc ... with the new one This way cost you more.
2) on hte middle of the whole wiper blade assy has the flexible section, you can un-screw 2 small philipe pan head screw with screw driver and disconnect the top section with the wiper blade insert (rubber)
3) slide wiper blade insert out of the holder, becareful with 2 small steel blade will hole your rubber insert inside the wiper frame. Slide new rubber insert in the frame .
The blade is held in place by a bolt. Some models have a locking mechanism for the shaft. some do not. Either depress the spindel lock or use a piece of wood or similar to stop the blade from rotating and using the correct wrench size for the bolt head, turn the bolt counter clockwise to loosen and remove the nut. Insert the new blade and reverse the process by hoding the blade in place and tightening the bolt head clockwise
It sounds like maybe one of the blades is damaged and it is jamming the whole thing. Try taking apart the head assembly and then insert each head one by one turning the shaver on in between each one. This should identify if one is damaged and causing the problem
If you require new heads, you will find them at shaveroutlet.com. See link below
I had the same problem and this is how I fixed it.
Seems that you can position the print head in the device a couple of ways and the way I did it was wrong. When looking at the print head I could see a white piece of plastic at the bottom of the print head. This piece of plastic was what was jammed and preventing the print head from being removed. I used a small screw driver blade to free it by inserting the screw driver on the right side of the white piece of plastic and twisting it. The head popped out and then I was able to re-insert it.
Poor design by Canon - should not be able to get the head stuck like that...