Question about Stanley Swivel - Lock Fixed - Blade Utility Knife - 6 Pack
If you use the wrong brand of blades, they won't let the knife shut all the way. The notch is cut slightly differently. The same is true for the Kobalt knife I just bought at Lowes. Get the Stanley blades that are right next to the knives - they are the only ones that work.
If you bought the Stanley blades, then I don't know what the problem is. Sorry for that too.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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You do not have to remove any screws. Extend the blade outward
using the thumb slide on top of the knife. There is a small black pushbutton on
the opposite side from the lock button. Depress the button on the side and
using the other hand, grab the blade with your thumb and forefinger to pull the
blade out. It may require a little wiggling. Now the new blade can be slide in
and locked into place. The black pushbutton controls the locking mechanism that
keeps the blade from pulling out.
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