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Never mind one seized roller, great one of those days roller seized then one of my seesnakes has a broken plastic piece around by the counter and by the interconnect cord. I hate working then comming home and working on the tools but oh well.
How do you pull out the knurled nut below the feed knob so you can replace that ball bearing? I understand it is pressed in.
I'm not sure what machine you have but, if a k750, just remove the snap ring then tighten down the tension knob on the cable. If the drive is already off the machine, use a chisel handle or something of equal size to the cable in it's place. As you push the bearing down on the cable it will build up enough pressure to push the bearing holder up out of the drive body.