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Bump on carriage

Major bump on carriage. Tried everything to repair this but still bumping

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We would need a bit more information.
Where and when does the bump occur?

Posted on Feb 07, 2014

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There is probably a build up of belt fibers in the carriage drive motor gear. (look inside on the left side where the belt is looped around a gear...there will be a reddish substance in the gear teeth causing the bump. You can clean the gear teeth out, but the belt is wearing out and needs replaced asap. There are some you tube videos showing how to do this, but it takes a few hours to do it correctly, so you may want to have a professional do the job.

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