Most likely, that is the problem.
Another: Jammed with wet or high in resin sawdust? The buildup of
highly resined yellow pine had jammed the rubber roller on my (new)
15" plainer (first time using it). It was a pain to clean that crap
When I'm in that situ, I generally order several copies of the
offending components. It's usually a whole lot cheaper. Shipping on a
small, lightweight item is $8 for 1,2, or 3 pieces.
Learning to ignore things is one of the great paths to inner peace.
-- Robert J. Sawyer
thanks guys I thought as much. but I cannot get the last screw to loosen(it
is always the way when you need the machine to work)
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Has anyone had the rollers stop moving? the motor runs and the blade spins
but the rollers(both of them ) just stopped moving. any thoughts or
And use a dental drill in your Foredom to clean up/deepen the screw
head if it's burred up.
Life is an escalator:
You can move forward or backward;
you can not remain still.
-- Patricia Russell-McCloud
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