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 RDG Gouging Machine Care
Author: sammieshine 
Date:   2017-05-29 01:43

Hi everyone,

This is my first post so I hope I am posting this in the correct place. I recently bought a used RDG gouging machine from someone and I am trying to clean it up myself to save some money.

I know I need to buy a new blade, but I was wondering if anyone out there had some tips/secrets. The bed has some small rust-like spots as do the other metal parts of the machine. The screw holding the blade in is actually stuck and I can't get it undone (I was going to try WD-40 but figured I would ask first).

Any advice?

Thanks! :)

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