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Promoted 09-16-2016 by slickdewmaster at 06:40 AM View Original Post
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I find that the tension screw works itself loose after using it a few times. Just adjust that screw back down that's in the middle right below where you place the wire, that should fix your problem. I've been using these for a few years now, still working great!
I've been using these same strippers in a professional environment for over 4 years now. Still work great. I broke the little plastic bumper for consistent lengths, but didn't really use it anyway. At this price I ordered a backup. Thanks OP!
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The wire strippers are phenomenal!

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I call this the "Harbor Freight Effect"
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I call this the "Harbor Freight Effect"
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The wire strippers are phenomenal!
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The wire strippers are phenomenal!
I agree 100%, the price is the "Effect"
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I've been using these same strippers in a professional environment for over 4 years now. Still work great. I broke the little plastic bumper for consistent lengths, but didn't really use it anyway. At this price I ordered a backup. Thanks OP!
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Quote from eshekari View Post :
What do you mean?

The wire strippers are phenomenal!

I have these wire strippers for a few months now. When I try to strip insulation (at least on 12 gauge home wiring conductors), the teeth usually make a small indentation on the insulation but slide off without stripping it properly. I can fix this by manually pushing down the teeth with my finger and squeezing the trigger, but isn't that defeating the whole purpose? Is there some kind of adjustment that I have to make?
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I have these wire strippers for a few months now. When I try to strip insulation (at least on 12 gauge home wiring conductors), the teeth usually make a small indentation on the insulation but slide off without stripping it properly. I can fix this by manually pushing down the teeth with my finger and squeezing the trigger, but isn't that defeating the whole purpose? Is there some kind of adjustment that I have to make?
I find that the tension screw works itself loose after using it a few times. Just adjust that screw back down that's in the middle right below where you place the wire, that should fix your problem. I've been using these for a few years now, still working great!
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I have these wire strippers for a few months now. When I try to strip insulation (at least on 12 gauge home wiring conductors), the teeth usually make a small indentation on the insulation but slide off without stripping it properly. I can fix this by manually pushing down the teeth with my finger and squeezing the trigger, but isn't that defeating the whole purpose? Is there some kind of adjustment that I have to make?
I know there is a little screw to adjust how much it grips. You can definitely adjust the tension.
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thanks op, been needing a better set of wire stippers for a looooonnngggg time.
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Have always wanted an auto stripper for DIY projects and rewriting. Watched this video and sealed the deal

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHJR72oDGE8&sns=em
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Have always wanted an auto stripper for DIY projects and rewriting. Watched this video and sealed the deal

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CH...GE8&sns=em
just watched the video and after struggling with a wire stripper this weekend for a stereo I am sold as well
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One more user of those wire strippers checking in. Absolutely love them.
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I just bought these the other day for $20 from Amazon, this is a steal! MUST HAVE!!
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Great strippers. Just bought another so I wouldn't have to drag mine back and forth between work and home.
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