Thought I would answer a question in a thread for the benefit of the B&B. I mentioned in a recent thread that many Fat Boy and slim adjustables that I have had in my possession have asymmetric safety bars. Most likely this is due to the soft brass safety bar being bent after being dropped or bumped. If you look closely and your razor looks like a slant, you might need to carefully even out the safety bar.
It is relatively easy to do this with a regular flat head screwdriver. First, please use caution and if you are afraid of scratching the finish DO NOT PROCEED. For those who are more brave first set the adjustable to 1. This lowers the base plate in the razor head. If you don't do this, the torque can sometimes strip the adjustment mechanism downward resulting in an under clocked razor (also fixable). Next, insert the head of the screwdriver in the slot on the bottom of the razor head underneath the side of the safety bar that has been bent down. If you are careful and keep the blade flat against the metal you can minimize any wear on the razor's finish. If you want, you can cover the screwdriver blade with a thin cloth or a folded paper towel. Then with the screwdriver wedged firmly in place, carefully pull the screwdriver away from the razor handle. This lifts the safety bar that is in direct contact with the screwdriver blade. A few gentle but firm pulls will slowly bend the safety bar back up to the propoer position. Remove the screwdriver frequently to check if the blade gap is even and try not to over correct. Most razors have safety bars bent downwards. Voila! Your slant is now a restored razor!
Please only do this on your shaver grade razors that are out of alignment!!