I use the method shown by Peter. I raise the in-feed table level with the out-feed table and check that they ARE level with a steel straight edge. I slacken the bolts on one blade leaving a little friction so that it can be raised/lowered. I rotate the cutter head backwards using the belt, adjusting the blade at one end so that it just touches the wood. I repeat this at the other end of the blade and repeat this until the blade just touches the wood along it's length. I repeat this for the second blade. This means that the blades are level with the TABLE.
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