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  • I make chips
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    You rearranged the magic electrons and the machine likes it?

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  • Glide
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    Thanks for the responses! It had to have been something electrical. It doesn't even need fastened down now.

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  • Tungsten dipper
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    The power of positive thinking?

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  • danlb
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    My thought was that the process of moving the grinder body around may have moved a loose piece back into alignment. Like Mikey, i think the best possibility is an intermittent connection in the switch or the cord.

    Dan

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  • mickeyf
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    Long shot - If it's not pure coincidence, perhaps the cord was intermittent enough that it was receiving and losing power frequently. Motors do tend to start with a bit of a jump. Or maybe you unbolted it from the bench to fix it and did a better job of fastening it down afterwards?

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  • Glide
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    Grinder question

    I have an old six inch dual grinder that has always vibrated terribly. The power cord was also bad and the on/off switch was stuck on. Today I replaced the cord and switch.when I turned it on it ran vibration free. I am completely stumped on what fixed this?
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