How to Replace the Blades on a Hand-Held Planer
For a planer to do its job, you need to make sure the blades are as sharp as can be. This article will walk you through the steps needed to change your Planer blades so you always get the best perform...
How to Remove an Armature Bearing with a Vise
This article explains one backup method for removing armature bearings when a bearing puller isn't available.
Electric Power Tool Parts 101
This article defines the basic parts of most power tools, explains how they work, and what to look for when they stop working.
Diagnosing Electric Power Tools 101
This article is a troubleshooting guide for problems and malfunctions common to most electric power tools.
Time Spent Repairing:
Entry Date:2013-12-17 15:06:12
1 of 3 customers found these instructions helpful
Replacing blades to cutter head of planer
Cutter head will lock in when you take dust collector attachment off. Unscrew the set of screws that hold blade in, taking out the end screws last because they are spring loaded. I used the allen wrench that comes with planer to loosen screws. The blades are guided in by two slotted pegs, once you have new blades in. You can start putting screws back in.
Discussion for the Delta 22-560 Type 2 Planer
Accessories for the 22-560