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Greetings to the Forum members from a first-time poster. I'm trying to remove the left-hand nut from the drive pulley of a Delta 22-560 planer for the usual fried belt problem. I previously secured the nut with Loc-title, which may be part of the problem: the nut won't come off, and I am cranking it clockwise. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Greetings to the Forum members from a first-time poster. I'm trying to remove the left-hand nut from the drive pulley of a Delta 22-560 planer for the usual fried belt problem. I previously secured the nut with Loc-title, which may be part of the problem: the nut won't come off, and I am cranking it clockwise. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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I agree with Stick. The loctite adhesives are heat sensitive. If the heat gun doesn't work try a propane torch but don't overheat.

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You could also use a soldering iron for more controlled and concentrated heat. It works, have done it several times.
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