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Axis trouble

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Don't worry, it's easy to fix. On the inside of the machine where you had your finger there's a plastic spacer and then a pulley that the belt runs over. On the pulley there are two screws that hold it in place, loosen these and you will be able to slide the pulley along the shaft. First push the axis in so that it is flush with the outside of the machine, then push the pulley as far as it will go against the wall of the machine, now tighten the screws tightly again and you should be good to go.

 

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