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Posted on Table top Rigid planer problems

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#1 posted 07-16-2012 02:53 AM

The way I solve this when it happens is with the power off, take a stick and push on the stuck chips. Then turn on the planer without the shop vac attached. It should blow the clog out. I have only had it happen when a shop vac is attached and it usually meant that the vac filter needed to be changed or was under powered.

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