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This now common addition to the glass cutter tool was invented by Samuel Monce in Bristol, CT in 1869

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If insinkerator is shaking, then either a bearing has rusted out, or the shaft has finally worn out.
The stainless cutter blade is permanently attached to a steel shaft that goes into the sealed bearing. If the cutter weld is broken, then the disposal will wobble. If the bearing wears out, then the steel shaft will wobble. If the steel shaft is worn down at the bearing, then the cutter plate will wobble. A tiny bit of wobble will cause the disposal to shake. A brand new disposal will vibrate.
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Why does my garbage disposal keeping locking up? I've checked inside to see if anything is lodging the blades but can't find anything.


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