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I am feeding the wood but the rollers seem to be lower than the blade consequently the front roller is getting in the way and not allowing the wood to be in contact with the spinning blades.

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Go to the back of the planer and remove the cover. loosen the bolts holding the blade and let it out a fraction. it should have springs to push it out a little. make sure both blades are out the same abount. it is not hard to do and will be quick.

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