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  • Joemath2 Apr 27, 2008

    That seems like a reasonable solution.

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I assume you mean the t-table turns with unsteady speed (?)
Or do you mean the t-table is bent, edge moves up and down in relation to the frame.
If speed is unsteady, have unit completely cleaned and lubricated and replace idler wheel

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