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Thread: Y Axis Stall - Error 303....."my story".

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    Al,
    Thanks for all the helpful posts. Many people here would be lost without your help. Congrats on business picking up. My accountant (Kathy) tells me I am 38% ahead of last years profit. No thanks to ..... well.... I guess I'll make that statement in the voting both soon.

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    Terry,

    Good Job with your Business Too..... We either do this as a hobby for some extra bucks or as a business for some extra Bucks... Either way... I am Grateful for the CW..... And my ability to help others... Merry Christmas.....


    AL
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    Found another resource for y axis gear bearings. http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/6...l-bearing.html Shipping will take longer but if you need to stock up they have 20 for $21.83 including shipping.


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    Good Source.... Thanks !!!

    AL
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    Thanks for the source for the bearings. As for the gear part number, I haven't needed it. I just tell the LHR preson on the phone I need the Y gearand shaft thinngy and they sent it.
    Clint
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    Carvewright will not sell me the gears they said I must buy the whole y motor assembly? Just another way for them to hold a gun to our head!!! They also informed me they reduced their inventory of part? Bad business on there part!!!


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    Thanks for the "250 hours rule" I am adopting it today! Whoops, I am up to 278 hours since the last brushes installed. I am on it!

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    Yes, it's a good rule of thumb... Many have followed this practice and as you can see the Troubleshooting Posts are fewer every day.... We must all be doing something right...

    Darn, that's an old post...

    AL
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