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I have a used Saunder 16x20 4 blade easel, that seem to be out of adjustment. The left blade is off by about 1/8 in. to 1/4 in from top to bottom. Does anyone have any idea how this could be adjusted? Have tried Saunder (Tiffen) asking for help (email) but have not recieved any response.

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Mike
 

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I own a Kaiser Promask 4 bladed easel. The blades are fixed to the outer frame by means of two screws. They can thus be adjusted using something with a right angle to it.
Hope this helps for you.
 
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All, did get a reply from Saunders - took a while must have some of that holiday turkey...any how they gave the same advice about the adjustment and everything is back on track. BTW, the tech support folks were very nice and gave a number to call if any other questions came up.
 
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