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How to change blades in ryobi 10 inch thickness planer i have 2 jigs explain there use 1 is a gauge im not sure what the oter one is . it came with with the planer

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Surely you have some mounting screws for the Knives, don't you? You may have to loosen those and Re-set your Cutter Depth & Level. I use a "Step-Gauge" to do that with. In some Rare Cases you may have to shim to attain the desired results.

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I am looking fo a poly belt for a AP10 ryobi Surface planer

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Click on the link below to order a replacement set of 12" blades for your Ryobi AH115
http://www.amazon.com/PLANER-BLADE-SET-AH115-RYOBI/dp/B000P8QN8U

Posted on Jan 10, 2011

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SOURCE: How can I set the blades on my Ryobi AH-115

I made a very simple yet effective jig for setting blades on an old ryobi ah 115 planer. Do you still need help with this?

Posted on Jan 15, 2011

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CHECK THE ROLLERS THAT PULL THE WOOD THRU, I HAD TO REPLACE MINE FOR THE SAME REASON.
IF THEY HAVE A LOT OF USE YOU WILL SEE WORN FLAT SPOTS ON THE ROLLERS CAUSING THIS PROBLEM

Posted on Jan 16, 2011

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Surely you have some mounting screws for the Knives, don't you? You may have to loosen those and Re-set your Cutter Depth & Level. I use a "Step-Gauge" to do that with. In some Rare Cases you may have to shim to attain the desired results.

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