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I have a similar problem. But my 60 is well used and worn. I have to spray lubricant into the front of mine to keep it from sticking even though I grease the thing. Also you may want to keep a set of bearings on hand I seem to change them out twice a year on my K60
The problem with this particular poster is that he was making lots of posts without any relevance. Its very common for people to do this or to give fake plumbing advice or engineering advice maybe in his case in order to gain a bit of confidence from the community before dropping spam links. I highly doubt this individual even knows what a k60 is. I doubt even more that he is an engineer. If you look he is already banned. It becomes irritating and almost offensive if it continues. For a good example look up marcusnicholas. Here https://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF....com&prmd=sivn
Gotcha. Being new to forum, hard to discern. I will say it's extremely annoying when fools without doing any research whatsoever post...my xx is making noise...what is it? Ironically, I doubt they'd understand the response. Show some respect by going as far as possible then ask for help. Seems there are a lot of these brainless wonders wandering.... And worse some never return even to thank folks for helping. It's rude. I don't keep names, but I can smell'em.