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BrianA

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971 days ago

I have a Grizzly 15” planer made under another name. I got it used worked OK but needed to change the blades, So I thought I would clean it all up and pulled the rod out that holds the chip breaker. It slipped out easily but now I want to put it back and the rod is difficult to thread thru the “rod holder tube” and I cannot get it into the hole to put the nut on to finish it. the chip break sits against the anti kick back bars and they will not lift when I try to push them up so stock will not go thru.

Does the aniti kick back rotate so that the rod will slip past?

Not sure if I made myself clear or not, but hope someone has taken that apart and can help.

Brian
Milwaukee


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#1 posted 964 days ago

I did figure it out. Operator error:-) When I put the chip breaker in I need to slide it along the top of the anti kick back tabs and then it all dropped into place.

Brian

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