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Thread: another question about rotary cutters

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    Super Member ScubaK's Avatar
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    I have not had that problem with mine.
    If it really bugs you contact Fiskars and I bet they would replace it.
    Or how about a bit of clear nail polish when you change the blade.
    You could break the seal when you change the blade the next time.
    Kirsten

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    Senior Member wichypoo's Avatar
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    I have one 45mm that comes loose every darn time I use it. It came with a laser light for straightness. but I get wobble cuts all the time. I couldn't be me........could it?

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    Super Member quiltsRfun's Avatar
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    I bought an inexpensive no-name that does that. Got it for the comfort grip handle. I figured I got what I paid for--something cheap--so I went back to using my old Fiskars. I'm planning on getting a good quality cutter with a better grip. I'm waiting for them to go on sale. Guess I'll have to research the forum to see which brands everyone has had GOOD experience with.

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    Thanks everyone for your ideas and suggestions. Loretta I don't know if my blade is on backwards or not- how do you tell? If you get a response from Fiskars, it sounds like more than just myself will appreciate it. Thanks again
    Laurilli :-) :-)

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