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Folding trimmer used to cut too heavy paper. I have taken apart and put roller back in groove and I have sharpened with aluminum foil. Does better, but still not acceptable. What can I do next?

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Steel wool is the best bet, but it would be easier to replace the floor panel. I had a customer do the same thing. depending on how bad it is replacement mat be a easier option, about $35 for the new panel, and about a month to get the part. two screws on the floor of the oven next to the back wall. The manual does say not to use foil on the oven floor.

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Steel wool is the best bet, but it would be easier to replace the floor panel. I had a customer do the same thing. depending on how bad it is replacement mat be a easier option, about $35 for the new panel, and about a month to get the part. two screws on the floor of the oven next to the back wall. The manual does say not to use foil on the oven floor.

Good Luck!!

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You may be able to get it opff with the oven hot. Whatever is holding it was liquid when hot before, so should at least loosen enough for you to remove it.

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