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Thread: New Y tension pully is different fron old

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    Default New Y tension pully is different fron old

    The new Y tension pully has no teeth, yet the old one did, is the going to cause a problem?
    will have to change the Y belt too.
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    Have you called LHR to ask?
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    I'm told that is the new design. It is to prevent sawdust from building up.
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    Sounds good to me, as long it does not allow slippage.
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    Change out Y tension assb. Very easy, I did Y test and when the truck got to the home Position to start the Y test, it just sat there with the Y belt running for a few sec. then gave me a error E12 0353.
    any ideas.
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    Was the belt moving?
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    Yes , I installed a new y belt too.
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    You might need to put more tension on the belt then. Do yo still have the old one or have an old Z truck? The one on the Z truck is the same.
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    Check the belt clamp on the back of the y truck?

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    Yes , Y belt clamp Is tight, I even checked the Y motor and gear box to see if there was play among the gears, nothing.
    never seen this one before. The truck move easily along rails in the y direction by hand.
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    "The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of
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