|Forum topic by DavidTTU||posted 12-12-2015 06:46 PM||862 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
12-12-2015 06:46 PM
I have an almost brand new Dewalt 735. I had it put away for several months and got it out today to work on some projects. When I try planning a board it is as if the front roller has sagged. The depth gauge is no longer registering and my work piece is slamming into the front roller without coming into contact with the blades. This is causing lots of friction and the work piece will not push through. I checked to see if the blades were set up well and I believe they are. There really isnt much adjustment with the blades. Is it possible that my roller has sagged? Or is there a way to raise it? Any help would be appreciated.
Problem summarized. the work piece is hitting the rollers and not the blades. The only way to get the blades to come in contact with the work piece is by putting a far to deep of cut based off where it is hitting the rollers. Everything mechanically is operating perfectly.
Do you think this is a roller problem, blade adjustment problem, or a table problem?
I tried it with several flat workpieces, it is not because they are twisted.