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Why wont the carriage assembly go past the screw splice

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I think the threads are different. I have the same problem and the threads in the small splice part are different. i must have the wrong splice.

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4. Remove the grounding cable attachment screw from the PrintMech PCA.
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Note:This modification only professional not for users:
Un screw screws both sides as shown in fig, take out bushes estimate how much warn out happened.
Thing needed:
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