Shaft Removal and Finger Replacement Instructions
Let the feathers fly! The Fowl Plucker Replacement Fingers are gentle and remove down feather and eye feathers even around wounds. Birds are plucked dry, no more scalding and paraffin bathes. You fingers will thank you. No more stiff aching fingers from hand plucking. Just a few minutes of soft rotating action on the soft rubber finger and your bird is clean and a whistle. A whirl of soft fingers makes easy picking, even on the toughest of game birds. Body feathers are gone and you are ready to remove the head, wings and feet.
1.Loosen the 4 allen screws on the coupler, then slide it toward the plucker head and the entire shaft and head will be removed.
2.Remove nut on end of rubber head.
3.Remove head then remove wood insert.
4.The 14 fingers can be pushed out and new fingers inserted.
5.Sometimes warm water and dish soap will help insert them especially on older models.
6.While the head is off, brush clean with water soap solution for a new look.