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Load a blade on Stanley box cutter

How do you load the blade.

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SOURCE: Just purchased a Stanley FatMax 10-778 retractable

1. Make sure the side lock is unlocked.
2. Push the thumb tab all the way to the front of the blade handle.
3. Insert the blade in the opening, you may notice two notches on the top side of the blade.
4. Press the small blade release button as you slide the blade into the knife. You may have to jiggle up and down to get the two notches on the blade fully into the handle.

If properly inserted, the exposed area of the blade should look very close to an equilateral triangle.

make sure both notches of the blade are inside the handle. They notch into the thumb lever.

good luck

Posted on Apr 11, 2010

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SOURCE: STANLEY QUICK POINT BLADES...CAN'T FIGURE OUT HOW TO CHANGE.

There is a SLOT in the end of the knife. Simply insert the strip of new blages in to the slot and you are ready to go.

Good luck. :)

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you load a new blade?

At the back end of the knive (the curved end) press the black piece through the yellow rounded part and the yellow front and the black back will part, now slide the yellow part back to reviel the blade folder. Fit new blade then refit the yellow part on top of the black part and slide the yellow part foward to lock it back in.

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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SOURCE: how to load blades on stanley #10-788

This knife is ****. To load... you have to push the slide all the way forward. Make sure the switch is set to unlock. PINCH THE BLADE WITH YOUR FINGERS AND WIGGLE IT INTO PLACE. Then you have to use every ounce of thumb power to relock the switch.

Once you are done, the blade will still come out in 9.9 / 10 times you cut something.

Posted on Jan 06, 2011

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SOURCE: Have a Stanley Fat MAx

there is a little black button on the end where the blade comes out. With the blade in the out position,push in the button and pull out the blade. With button pushed insert new blade or turn the old one around to use the other end.let go of the button and you are ready to go.

Posted on Jun 26, 2011

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Hi, I have a Whal arco, batteries are charged, changed blade but when motor comes against pressure it just stops. Any suggestions? Thanks Lauren


Hey Lauren,
Sometimes when batteries are on there last bit of life they will show fully charged.. they will have the voltage specified, but, not have the amperage needed to drive the tool. It takes minimum amperage to get the blade to spin, but when you put a load on the tool, the battery doesn't have what it takes to handle the load.
It takes amperage to make the tool work under load..not just voltage. Sounds like its time for a new battery.

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I have a husqvarna122 HD 45 hedge trimmer and it will not stay running it is wide open all the time the only way to keep it running is to run the machine at 3/4 Choke. when running the machine sounds like...


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Now, considering what could cause such a load on the system THREE things come to mind:
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I just purchased the FATMAX Utility Knife -- Looks nice, but how do I load the blades? Better yet, when I load the cartridge (finally figured that one out on my own) I can't get the blade to...


the blade section pivots to swivel when doing that it allows you access to the blade storage area that holds up to 7 blades, if the extra blades arent in place perfectly the handle won't close properly, if your problem is with the blades themselves, make sure that the slot in the blade is aligned with the holder perfectly

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How to load blades on stanley #10-788


This knife is ****. To load... you have to push the slide all the way forward. Make sure the switch is set to unlock. PINCH THE BLADE WITH YOUR FINGERS AND WIGGLE IT INTO PLACE. Then you have to use every ounce of thumb power to relock the switch.

Once you are done, the blade will still come out in 9.9 / 10 times you cut something.

Nov 08, 2010 | Stanley Utility Knife

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How do you load a new blade?


At the back end of the knive (the curved end) press the black piece through the yellow rounded part and the yellow front and the black back will part, now slide the yellow part back to reviel the blade folder. Fit new blade then refit the yellow part on top of the black part and slide the yellow part foward to lock it back in.

Jul 31, 2010 | Stanley Utility Knife

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Just purchased a Stanley FatMax 10-778 retractable knife. Cannot figure out how to load the blade for use.


1. Make sure the side lock is unlocked.
2. Push the thumb tab all the way to the front of the blade handle.
3. Insert the blade in the opening, you may notice two notches on the top side of the blade.
4. Press the small blade release button as you slide the blade into the knife. You may have to jiggle up and down to get the two notches on the blade fully into the handle.

If properly inserted, the exposed area of the blade should look very close to an equilateral triangle.

make sure both notches of the blade are inside the handle. They notch into the thumb lever.

good luck

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Blade stops going once it hits the metal to be cut.


inside the motor/arbor section of the saw, there is a helical gear and worm drive on the motor. the front of the motor is supported by a bearing in the aluminum arbor section. sounds like most of the bearing balls are disintegrated and the worm disengages when a load is put on it but spins when there is no load. I would check and replace the front bearing.

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On the spring loaded one a metal pin will fit through a hole in the black to keep it in place. Ensure your blade is not broken and has a hole for the pin to go through.

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Todays Update Corrupted Blades when logged in


for me they just take a couple seconds to load. Just call customer support at 1-800-4my-xbox


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