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How to replace cutter blade plate on greenfield evolution model

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Hello Mate, I know its been awhile since you posted but the deck pulley has a left hand thread. hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Have a Greenfield Evolution 2000

The Greenfield clutch (drive belt) is adjusted by spring pressure pulling a long rod that has serations on it. Either the belt has run out of adjustment (= new belt needed) or the adjuster has stuck. Lift up the seat and push the adjusting rod that has a big spring attached to see if you can move it towards the front. Look at the pulley beside the rod, if the belt has stretched too far, the pulley will be hard up against its slot. The pulley moves towards the front to tighten the belt. I just push with my leg to get another "click" out of the adjusting rod. New belts are cheap too.

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Bobbin thread not cutting


With the bobbin case out of the machine, touch the cutter button. Do you see the cutter arm move from left to right and then back left. If not the cutter arm is out of place. If it does it is something else.
I usually check two things:
1 - your cutter blade might be missing or dull and needs to be replaced. I would not recommend doing this yourself unless you are very good.
2 - many times there is lint or loose threads around the cutter in the area to the left of the needle plate that needs to be cleaned out. You can remove the cover to this area by first removing the needle plate and bobbin case. Then the cover is accessible to pop off by sliding the tip of a small screw driver under the cover at the bottom right corner of the cover. There should be a little opening. Carefully pop the cover off but be careful that the blade mechanism does not come off too. With your finger carefully hold the silver metal blade area steady and pick out the loose threads/lint from around the copper looking metal part. There is velcrow on the tip of the copper metal part so be sure that you don't remove that too. That's what holds the thread for the blade to cut it. If velcrow is missing, or the silver metal part is out of place that could be the problem also.
I recommend that any repairs/service be done by an authorized Viking dealer. You can find a local dealer by checking the Viking website at http://www.husqvarnaviking.com/us and going to the Locate a Dealer link.
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Can I replace just the blade on my pizza cutter? It seems a shame to buy a new one as it really is in good condition, just the blade is blunt.


The Web Restaurant Store sells pizza cutter blades for a good price, although as the pizza cutters themselves are not expensive, you might find it just easier to buy a new one.

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/american-metalcraft-pcw-4-4-pizza-cutter-replacement-blade/69332864.html

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Have a Greenfield Evolution 2000 mower , the forward drive clutch is slipping badly on hills is ok on the flat, what is required to fix this problem. Can the clutch pads be replaced or are complete clutch...


The Greenfield clutch (drive belt) is adjusted by spring pressure pulling a long rod that has serations on it. Either the belt has run out of adjustment (= new belt needed) or the adjuster has stuck. Lift up the seat and push the adjusting rod that has a big spring attached to see if you can move it towards the front. Look at the pulley beside the rod, if the belt has stretched too far, the pulley will be hard up against its slot. The pulley moves towards the front to tighten the belt. I just push with my leg to get another "click" out of the adjusting rod. New belts are cheap too.

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Cutting deck on greenfield evolution mower will not disengage


Usually this is caused by badly worn belt or incorrect type of belt fitted, check allignment, tension, belt size should be marked as A... not 13A..... if marked as the latter it is an "automotive" type belt not suited to "slipping" when belt loosened to disengage cutter. Check also for the belt has not rolled over in the groove.

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We mow 2 acres with a Greenfield ride-on. Sometimes have to cut long grass by slipping the clutch to get slow forward speed. Problem is that the clutch system occasionally locks into forward or (worse...


Hi i have seen this with most greenfield models The only way to fix this problem is to replace the drive clutch assy as it ends up to costly to replace the worn parts : shaft,clutch plates & drive pulleys.
In most cases replacing these parts has led to a new assy six months later.
Mark.

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Babylock EMP6 problem with thread cutting


The thread cutting mechanism is dull and needs to be replaced or sharpened. I had the same problem on my machine. I found another post where another user said it has to be replaced every 150 hours of machine use, the cost was 62 dollars. My dealer would not sell me the parts he said I had to bring it in, so I decided to sharpen it myself. See picture for more details. To start take the two screws of the top of the chrome plate to reveal cutter that is above bobbin. The cutter is in two parts both chrome plated. The hook part is held in place by a copper plated screw, the blade (shown in picture hanging off to the side) is held in place by one small screw. I sharpened the blade on a fine grit Japanese water stone (brown block shown in picture) to a razor edge and about a 7 degree angle; the tip of the blade must ride on the hook. This still did not make the cutter work perfectly so I had to take the hook out and reform the small hole in the hook that the blade rides over with a the un-fluted end of a 5/64 high speed steel drill bit. Was not hard to do because the hook is not hardened steel, at least on mine. When putting the blade back on make sure it is resting against the rolled black pressed pin before tightening down.

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