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Old 03-29-2016, 08:06 AM   #111 (permalink)
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Got mine today, everything correct in order. Thanks again Mannie for doing the group buy.

I'm trying to figure out instructions from Woodcraft site which shows how to replace broken wire. There's a hole in the long arm of slicer. Is the set screw supposed to go thru handle into this hole? Or do you just tension the wire and tighten the set screw wherever it ends up? Thanks, Jeff
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Correction, the hole is in the short arm of the slicer. I must be dumb, it looks so simple to go together or are my wires too short?
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Start the long arm in the 1/4" hole you drilled. When you reach the slot you cut, slip the end of the wire in the slot and around the arm and push the arm the rest of the way in. Now take the end of the wire with the handle and put it on the short arm. Twist it outward to tension the wire, then use the enclosed screws to screw the handle to the arm. The screw will go through the hole in the handle and into the hole in the arm, this will keep the wire taught.
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Got mine yesterday, thanks Mannie!
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Got mine today, everything correct in order. Thanks again Mannie for doing the group buy.

I'm trying to figure out instructions from Woodcraft site which shows how to replace broken wire. There's a hole in the long arm of slicer. Is the set screw supposed to go thru handle into this hole? Or do you just tension the wire and tighten the set screw wherever it ends up? Thanks, Jeff
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Correction, the hole is in the short arm of the slicer. I must be dumb, it looks so simple to go together or are my wires too short?
Jeff
Start the long arm in the 1/4" hole you drilled. When you reach the slot you cut, slip the end of the wire in the slot and around the arm and push the arm the rest of the way in. Now take the end of the wire with the handle and put it on the short arm. Twist it outward to tension the wire, then use the enclosed screws to screw the handle to the arm. The screw will go through the hole in the handle and into the hole in the arm, this will keep the wire taught.
Got it! The first slicer I tried, the holes in the handle and arm wouldn't line up but, after trying a different one, I figured out how it goes together. That first one finally did line up after a little tweaking... It was like the arm wouldn't insert far enough. Thanks again for your help, Jeff
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Received mine thank you Monty for setting this up.
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Received mine today, Thanks Mannie, now to try to figure this out
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Got it a few days ago! Now I have a fun project to work on.
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Please excuse my ignorance about this subject, however as I have come late to this topic I am at a loss to understand what is happening. From what I gather you have put together a bulk purchase of cheese slicers. I sure would like to know what they look like, a few more specs. about them other than the colour would also be nice.
I wonder if it might be possible for you to supply this info, or let me know what site the info is on & I can figure it out myself.
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Please excuse my ignorance about this subject, however as I have come late to this topic I am at a loss to understand what is happening. From what I gather you have put together a bulk purchase of cheese slicers. I sure would like to know what they look like, a few more specs. about them other than the colour would also be nice.
I wonder if it might be possible for you to supply this info, or let me know what site the info is on & I can figure it out myself.
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Old 04-01-2016, 01:15 PM   #119 (permalink)
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By now I would hope all have received their slicers except the following.


Monty - 20 chrome
bobleio - 5 chrome 5 black
Lobay - 10 chrome 10 black
duncsuss - 16 chrome 4 black
BackyardSmokin - 20 chrome 5 black if there
bean_counter - 25 chrome, 10 black
micharms - 10 chrome, 5 black
edohmann - 5 chrome
hdbblue - 12 chrome, 12 black
Neil - 12 chrome, 12 black
PSNCO - 14 chrome 6 black
beck3906 - 20 chrome 15 black
Rudya7 - 20 chrome 10 black
Dan Masshardt – 15 black
Jim15 - 5 chrome 10 black
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DocHoliday - 6 chrome 4 black
Drewboy22 - 5 chrome 5 black

and maybe Rick_G depending on the mail to Canada.

If you have not received yours or have received yours but there was an error in what you received and have not yet contacted me, please do so ASAP.

I have received the second box of 100 black slicers and a third box of 100 chrome slicers (still waiting on the last box of 100 chrome). I'll start packing these this afternoon, but I'm working all day tomorrow so probably will not finish until Sunday.
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Got mine today, everything correct in order. Thanks again Mannie for doing the group buy.

I'm trying to figure out instructions from Woodcraft site which shows how to replace broken wire. There's a hole in the long arm of slicer. Is the set screw supposed to go thru handle into this hole? Or do you just tension the wire and tighten the set screw wherever it ends up? Thanks, Jeff
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Correction, the hole is in the short arm of the slicer. I must be dumb, it looks so simple to go together or are my wires too short?
Jeff
Start the long arm in the 1/4" hole you drilled. When you reach the slot you cut, slip the end of the wire in the slot and around the arm and push the arm the rest of the way in. Now take the end of the wire with the handle and put it on the short arm. Twist it outward to tension the wire, then use the enclosed screws to screw the handle to the arm. The screw will go through the hole in the handle and into the hole in the arm, this will keep the wire taught.

Here are the plans from Cheesewood slicers: If you want a better /clearer plan, send me you e-mails address. The plans are much better if e-mailed
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