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But, in trying to run the wire back into the stinger, I started running into problems.
If I left the tip off and kept the cable either straight or only a wide bend, it'd feed- mostly.
But it was iffy and inconsistent- and wouldn't at all with the tip/gooseneck in place.
The seller had a new-in-the-bag liner to go with it, so I decided to give it a look.
The liner was fresh and new, plus it appeared to be for larger wire- I suspected
the original liner might have been too small for what was in the machine.
Oops, it's for a different model. (Proper one's on the right.)
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