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When changing blades do they need to be aligned which each other in any special way. I put new baldes on and they seem extremely noisy.

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No, they don't have to be aligned. They run off the same belt but can slip independently of each other as they slip when hitting obstacles. New blades might make a different noise because they catch more air then when they are worn. If it's a really loud noise it could be one of the blade shafts wearing. It would have more play in a worn one then one not worn. The usually the one at the discharge chute wears out first.

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