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  • Peggi
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    Re: Replacing blade in Olfa rotary cutter

    If you put the cutter down on the table, with the nut facing up, turn the nut counter-clockwise. I have 2 rotary cutters, different brands, different styles, and they both turn the same way.

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  • maxwellthecat
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    I use the square foam pads that open up jars. I found out it works really well for me

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  • Pandabear
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    It is righty tighty, lefty loosey. Maybe a little bit of DW40 would help? I have Fiskars though so I'm just giving a guess.

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  • auntiemern
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    Just a thought but try doing it in the other direction. That is a general rule, but not always the case. Trust me when I say I found this out the hard way

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  • rr013susan
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    Replacing blade in Olfa rotary cutter

    I need to replace my blade in my Olfa rotary cutter. Went to their website and watched the how to video, but have a problem. The first thing to do is unscrew the black nut on one side. I can't get the darn thing off! It's righty-tighty, and lefty loosy, right? Got some plyers and everything and that nut isn't turning! Any ideas for me? TIA
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