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I have a Delta Jointer model # JT360. I'm having an issue with the out feed table, the very end of it is to low. How do I adjust it?

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There is an adjustment knob under the outfeed table.
The adjustment it gives is quite small.
Good luck

Handy Andie

Posted on Mar 20, 2011

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The knives could be dull, you would have to be the judge of that. If the bevel & face are rusty they are probably dull. They can be honed or taken to a sharpening shop.

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