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paul wagstaffe02/03/2012 16:22:58
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After giving a kindly old gent a hand clearing some junk out of his garage I happen to comment on a wood turning lathe that was sat in the corner, it's a sealey sm1308 I told him, To my surprise he told me To take it away because it did not work, well that's like a red rag to a bull to a chap like myself. After a full strip down I discovered the grub screw on the upper pulley had backed off and the pulley was fowling on the body making a terrible noise. It's all fixed now and running like a new one. Thank you lady luck!
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Eric Harvey 103/03/2012 11:55:48
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well done mate,regards,

Eric.

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