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Salut la compagnie,

Mes courroies, les plus grandes plus précisément claquent, couinent, coincent , pleurent, crient, aboient, gémissent et hurlent au désespoir.

Je n'arrive plus à les regarder en face, c'est beaucoup trop de souffrance pour mon petit cœur.

Pouvez-vous me confirmer que c'est bien les symptômes d'une fin terrible et imminente et que ça sent le Sapin ( Michel ) ?


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Normalement les courroies qui fatiguent ont tendance a se détendre, j'avais aussi changé les miennes. j'avais des bruits suspects mais en fait ca venait des roulements a billes. Quitte a démonter les axes autant changer les roulements aussi. En plus c'est facile a faire ;)

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Pas que l'ambiance ? Ok ;(

Tu insinues que j'ai fait fuir tout le monde ? Mais c'est pourtant pas possible, c'est pas dans mon genre de faire des blagues lourdes...

En même temps si on vendait pas des imprimantes toujours perfectionnées, si on restait a des UMO y aurait beaucoup plus de monde !

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