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Changed blades on 733 dewalt planer now rollers not working could it be associated chews up broards

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Either the blades are incorrectly installed causing the head to jam or the safety cover is not installed properly - there is a safety mechanism that locks the cutter head when the cover is removed.

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SOURCE: Changing blades on a Dewalt Dw733 planer ,need instructions

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SOURCE: Help i need to change my Dewalt DW733 Planer Blades i lost manual

try dewaltservicenet.com They have manuals as well as parts breakdowns.

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SOURCE: need manual for dewalt 733 planer

Go to Dewaltservicenet.com and in the middle of the page at the bottom type in your model number DW733 on the next page click on the type you have under instruction manual. Type 1 I know for sure will come up, I have looked at it a couple times. The manual is 30 pages long. If I have helped would you please rate the information accordingly and Thank you

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: planer is not feeding wood through without manual force

I had the same problem...sometimes you have to take the smallest amount off (1/64th) and it might work, otherwise your blades are probably dull. Try to feed the boards through the planer towards the sides, not just the center so they wear evenly across the length of the blades. They wear out very quickly, which makes this planer very frustrating. If you take the top cover off and inspect them, you'll probably see nicks in them and it's time to replace or rotate them. Each blade has two sides you can remove all the screws using the T-handle wrench from the top cover and flip them. Also, as the blades begin to wear, the planer will become louder and louder. That's another way to tell. When you install new blades notice how much quieter it is when you plane boards.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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SOURCE: How to change Blades on Dewalt DW 733 Planer

Go to Dewaltservicenet.com and in the middle of the page towards the bottom is a box indicating manuals/breakdowns. Type in your model number and you can download one this way.

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