Hi all. I used my Vandercook 4 successfully for about a month, then began hearing a clanking sound behind the belt guard, which turned out to be the upper pulley rubbing against the guard. When the motor is on, the belt gradually moves toward the operator side of the pulley, then starts to move off the pulley. This action moves the pulley off its pin.
My question: is there a screw or a pin that attaches the upper pulley to the pin it sits on? There was nothing loose inside the guard when I took it off, but the mechanism looks as though it needs an attachment, though I see nothing listed in my manual.
Thanks! >> Sara S. in Iowa