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Slide is very hard to move

When cutting meats the slide is very hard to push

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Hi my name is mark, sounds like you need to lube slide rail under slicer. a spray silicone should be used. do not use vegitable oil it will bind up

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What normally happens is this. The bearings in the knife hub (this is the unit that the knife attaches to and spins) is starting to fail.

The gear on the knife hub is made out of a fiberous material and the worm gear on the motor is made out of metal, so when the bearings start to fail and cause resitance in the hub, the metal motor gear starts to eat the fiber gear on the hub and eventually wears a big chuck out of it. Then the motor spins free and doesn't make contact with the hub gear.

How you can check if this is the problem is this. You need to keep the power switch on machine in the off position and turn the blade a 1/4 of a revolution. Then turn the machine on, what should happen is that the blade will spin some and stop again.

The proper fix for the machine would be to rebuilt the knife bearing unit and replace the hub gear, motor gear and hardware.

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