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Originally posted by Robb:
Feedramp, you're right.

I guess this means he doesn't have to bother cleaning the gun either. After all, it still shoots! And, the extractor is still working well enough for the "last" shot he made.

You have a problem staring you in the face.

Fix the extractor.

You fix a squeaking fan belt before it goes, don't you?

Robb
An uncleaned gun isn't broken, just dirty.

Everyone has problems. The day I no longer have problems is the day I take my last breath. Taking the time to fix a non-existant problem is time taken away from the ones you have.

Nothing wrong with my extractor.

Never had a squeaking belt in my life. Strained a bit on Thanksgiving, maybe, but not squeaking.

Besides, I don't of anybody that knows how to stop a belt from squeaking. WD-40?
 

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Originally posted by Robb:
"Feedramp", adjust the tension, the squeaking will stop and the belt won't leave you hanging. Kind'a like an extractor out of whack.

Robb
Yep, that's how I do it. One notch is usually enough, unless the pumpkin pie is especially good. Then I hafta back it off a couple.
 
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