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Thread: any suggestion??

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    Senior Member Alex J's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    Born in NYC, but living in CT

    any suggestion??

    OK, here is my dilemma, I set up my frame for the LA, and I used the PVC conduits piping instead of the metal conduit pipe. The reason I use PVC was because I could cut the PVC pipe to a smaller length. Since I thought my daughter was moving out and I thought I would get my mother-in-law apt back and use it as my sewing studio so I brought the LA to use it in its full size but now it’s in a small room.
    Well long story the table that slide the machine front to back, side to side keep falling off the track. I have sprayed Armor-all and furniture polish to help it slide easier. Anyone has any suggestion on how to keep the machine/carriage from falling off it track it’s a Tin Lizzie 18 ?

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    Senior Member lfletcher's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    Texas Hill Country
    I think the PVC piping probably flexes too much to be a good substitute. I would use the metal conduit.

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