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  1. I'll start by admitting complete ignorance when it comes to electric wheels. For most of the last 40 years, I've thrown on a Brent wooden kickwheel, the kind you cut the wooden parts for out of a sheet of plywood and the flywheel is bricks sandwiched between two ply disks. It's been through three changes of wood. (Now it's quietly composting in a corner of the backyard.) These days I use a nice Lockerbie, which I like a lot better. However, a while back I bought a used Clay Boss for next to nothing. It ran fine for a couple weeks, then it started acting weird. It seemed to be skipping a little on the power transmission, and pretty soon, when I stopped it, it wouldn't start again unless I manually moved the wheel head. Sometimes it won't start at all. What does this sound like? Any advice or instruction will be gratefully received.
  2. I need a splash guard for my brent wheel and my clay boss wheel for production pottery. Any suggestions? Also, what is a good way to contain trimmings from the wheel? Are there any splash guards made just for trimming?
  3. I bought a used Creative Industries, Clay Boss electric wheel. The foot pedal is now malfunctioning. It seems like I need to replace this specific piece. Not sure where I should order this or what it is called. I have not gotten any responses from Speedball.
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