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Kity 613 Bandsaw problems

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Charlie Hill29/04/2012 16:59:39
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The tracking adjuster on my saw has "frozen" i.e. you can tighten it but when you loosen it, it remains in the same place! See photo below:

Tension adjuster

How can I fix this please?

Big Al29/04/2012 17:28:09
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It sounds like your threads are stripping, either inside the 'U' shaped bit or on the shaft itself. In which case you would either have to replace whichever part is worn, or if you have access to a set of tap and dies, to cut new threads, but it may be easier to replace the parts.


Charlie Hill01/05/2012 22:12:07
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I don't think (but could be wrong) the threads are stripped as when you tighten the tension adjuster it moves the bar down. When you loosen the tension adjuster the bar does not move back up, if that makes sense.

Big Al02/05/2012 07:35:04
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What you may find charlie is that shortly it wont tighten, have you tried to take it apart? If you can take it apart then you may find out what is wrong.


dennis wake02/05/2012 22:36:22
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hi Charlie

i think you have a problem with the guides . if you are able to strip this down you can then clean the guides as they will probably be full of dust and this will make the guide stick . i hope that this is of use to you.


Captainpk07/08/2013 14:19:21
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Charlie, did you ever get this fixed or work out the problem was?

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