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    SN2 hard to turn

    Guys I think recently I read a thread a thread ABOUT SOMEONE HAVING PROBLEMS with their SN2 being hard to turn? I have one that I just recently used & it's the same way. Does anybody remember this thread.

    Chuck

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    Did you search?
    Wassa SN2?
    Nope, I didn't search either.
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    OK, searched and found it. And I even commented. This thread was a while ago.
    BTW, it's a chuck.
    Look here: http://www.familywoodworking.org/for...ad.php?t=11826
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    Also, WoodCentral recently had a long thread on this very thing. The solution was to contact Tim Greif at Teckna Tool for new c-clips. The offending ones are a tiny bit too fat.

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    Thanks.

    Frank,
    maybe that's why I love ya your a smart alec SOB.

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    Mine started acting up a while back. I had to take it apart and clean the fines and resin out of it with a wire brush. Dusted it with some graphite lube. I also sanded the snap ring just a bit. Works like new now.
    If you want to see the inside before you go in you can in this thread http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...=17570&page=11 post #103
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    Here's the direct Link to Chucks post...

    http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...&postcount=103

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Beland View Post
    Thanks.

    Frank,
    maybe that's why I love ya your a smart alec SOB.
    I do my best.
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