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Gearing stopped hi mate i got a A200 ML-104567 and it stopped gearing tonight. Moter hums like its new. I really want to fix it myself (save my coin) but i think i need a manual to put it back together. So if you have one floating around that would make my day. spicychefus@yahoo.com

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I apologize but im unable to answer yours or any others at this time.Ive been hijacked by another user on this site that is dropping my rating.I contacted alex@fixya.com (manager) of this site about restoring my account but has yet to do so.If my request fall on deaf ears maybe if you can emailgearing stopped - 1.gif him and explain that its hard to get info on any hobart products and im the only one that is a hobart tech answering questions for FREE!!As soon as this matters resolved i will continue to help people as ive been doing for a year on this site.

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you mean it was not working now?

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