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#1 posted 01-26-2017 12:38 PM



Guys I have a fairly complex workshop setup so if you check out picture No2 in my workshop it shows the original way I used the linisher.

I am not suggesting leaving them under tension is a single point of failure however add Mr sunshine and then the problems occur.

One day I was standing in front of my linisher and powered up and shortly after received a surprise turkey slap from a separating belt of which was definately a joint failure.

I swapped a belt from down below, a virgin one and fitted it up stood to one side powered it up and sure enough it tried to get me again with another turkey slap.

A total stock loss occured from all of them

- robscastle

That makes sense. Lucky for me even in mid summer the sun can only stream in the windows of my shop for about an hour at best much thanks to the trees and hill I have to the west (which is the window wall in my shop).
Thanks for the clearer explanation.

-- Proud owner of an electronics free workshop. Please check your cell phone at the door!


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