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darbyvet
#41 Posted : 08 September 2019 15:44:04

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what problems are you having? Are the gears still slipping?

Carl


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#42 Posted : 08 September 2019 15:52:57

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here are the measurements for the washer I used. As Roy mentioned above using a larger screw to screw on the cover for the raising and lowering mechanism may also help.What happens is the gears are slipping because there is a bit too much play once the top cover of the mechanism is fitted.It is fine when you dont have the top of Tb2 on, but when you add the extra weight of the top of TB2 the gears may slip.


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#43 Posted : 09 September 2019 21:12:49

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Okay, so I do not have the right pucks!
Do you have an Amazon link to a lot of matching pucks?
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#44 Posted : 09 September 2019 22:58:56

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#45 Posted : 15 February 2020 14:32:51

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Hello,

I finally took the time to put the washers in place! Here is the bag I bought following the darbyvet measurements:


So I put in place two washers in the following locations:


However, the problem is still present, despite the fact that the gears on the motor side are well set and do not move!

It's still crazy that given the price we have to solve this problem ourselves ...
Especially since with the many disassembly I lost the two small metal rods that we place here:

Is that bad ? Knowing that I have to pay if I want to have the assets again.

Thank you in advance for your help !
darbyvet
#46 Posted : 15 February 2020 16:47:39

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Are the screws that hold the clear cover over the mechanism tight? it is possible that the clear cover is lifting up a bit and allowing the gears to slip.You can also try adding a second washer to the ones you added.I lost those metal pieces too and just used a brass rod cut to size to replace them.

Carl

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