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I have the exact problem.

I was wondering if you ever found the solution? BTW it is not a lubrication problem. I disassembled and lubricated the shafts.

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  • Norm Himebaugh May 11, 2010

    What problem are you having?

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    Hassy May 11, 2010

    The original issue you refer to is not attached to this post, could you please tell us what you need in more detail.


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Need more info solution. Since no additional info since Oct 2009 posting as solution to remove from pending listing.

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