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#1 posted 08-25-2017 08:00 PM

I had this happen to me. What I did was to take a sharpie and run a line down each side of the runners and then place the sled back in the miter tracks. I shoved it back and forth and then checked to see where the sharpie had been rubbed off or smeared. I took a cabinet scraper and sandpaper and worked on that spot a little and then started the process all over again until I had it moving smoothly again.
Go easy or you will take off too much and then when the humidity goes down it will be sloppy lose.

Next time I will use LDPE or an old cutting board to make the runners.

-- A bad day woodworking is still better than a good day working.

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