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I have a C12 globe slicer. I need the support screw for the knife cover.
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how can I attain an operting manual. I can't put sharpening stones in proper position to sharpen with that gaurd
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I have a C12 globe slicer. I need the support screw for the knife cover.
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Why is this slicer not recommended for cheese?
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how can I attain an operting manual. I can't put sharpening stones in proper position to sharpen with that gaurd
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What is the weight of this unit
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How is this model at slicing cheese?
800E Series 10" Angled Gravity Fed Manual Slicer

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800E Series 10" Angled Gravity Fed Manual Slicer

Manual slicer; 45° angled gravity feed; Carbon steel knife; Cast aluminum base; Permanently lubricated bearings; Motor fully enclosed; Quick disassembly with no tools; Precise slicing for consistent cuts; Tissue thin - 9/16" slice thickness; Rotary on/off switch; 8 3/4" x 71/4" wide or 7" diameter cut capacity; Belt-driven blade assembly; Built in sharpener; 1/4 horse power; 47lbs weight; 20% restocking fee; 1 year parts and labor warranty(excludes wear items); 115 Volts; 21" Deep; 17" Wide; 15" High
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How many hours of meat slicing can I do a day?

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This is a light duty slicer. I wouldn't do any more than 1-3 hours of slicing on this a day. Also, it can't handle cutting any cheese, or any frozen meat (so make sure you're only slicing non-frozen meat on this). For any more than 1-3 hours of use, I'd highly recommend upgrading to a gear driven slicer like the one I'm attaching.
 
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