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#1 posted 09-15-2021 03:51 PM

I’m with Brad. A nut coming loose is far from a catastrophic failure. Loctite will probably fix it. You can also try using a jam nut to lock it in place. Or put your nut in a vise and squeeze it just a tad out of round.

Nothing wrong with getting a new planer if you just want a new planer. But I certainly wouldn’t spend money because of a finnicky nut.

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