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The needles on my 4600 do not completely reset and the plunge comes onto the stops and shears the shear bolt. moving the needle arm 2" towards the thrower reset the knotter

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Needle continues to hit plate

2 things you can try. First center your needle. On the bottom right front side of the needle plate there is a locknut. You can loosen this and possibly move (adjust) the needleplate under the needle. Then tighten it. Otherwise (and this is probably the way)... there are 2 styles of needlebar pivot pins. Old and New

Remove the side cover. Old style... On top of the needle bar. Very top, you will see it is connected to a small shaft that is held down with a screw through to it on the side. This holds the needle bar in position. Have your thumb pressing on the top front of the needle bar and slightly loosen the screw. Push or ease off (whichever) on the top of the needle bar until the needle is lined up correctly with the needle plate. Then tighten the screw. Thats the Old Style. The NEW style has a shaft on top on back of the needlebar (maybe a inch long) that is held down by a screw on top of it. This shaft also goes through a spring. Put your thumb on top front of the needlebar and loosen the screw a bit. Remember, its spring loaded so keep your thumb pressed against it until the needle is lined up then tighten the screw.

That should do it. If you think that might be a bit much maybe you should drop it of at your local dealership and have it cleaned, oiled, and adjusted by a tech. That would be best anyway if you bought a used machine. But you can try this first. Good luck.

Posted on Oct 10, 2007

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SOURCE: Crosley CR-49 Turn table stops

The tone arm may have been forced out of spec to play an entire LP, or the auto cutout function of the player appears to be operating.
If out of adjustment(someone has forced it), the problem can be resolved by loosening the screw that locks the tonearm to its turret, and adjusting the end travel against the distance to the end of the LP you mentioned it wont play. Then of course tighten the locking screw again

Another common problem, is where dried grease between the two small metal plates fixed to mechanism that engage against the center spindle to activate the autostop mechanism. You will need to remove the platter in most cases to get access to this autostop mech to clean away the dried grease and or adjust it.

Good Luck with your listening. Long Live Vinyl :)

regards
Graeme

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

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SOURCE: on my rack and pinion the bolts sheared off and

as far as removing steering from rack youll need repair manual for your car. bolts, drill a hole in middle of bolts and pound proper size E-Z out into hole. turn ezout to left to remove. good luck.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a ariens model 924 10 horse snowblower

There is a shear bolt for both the right and left side auger ribons/cutters

Posted on Dec 24, 2009

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SOURCE: crankcase pulley bolt sheared off

Its a common problem on Kias, can you get at it to drill it out.
how old is car?

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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