The solution to the internal circuit problem of the mutton slicer
1. First cut off the loose steel wire where the wire is broken, and leave two steel wire heads that are 10 cm longer than the distance between the guide wheels.
2. Use coarse sandpaper to sand the diameter of the two ends of the steel wire to 1/2-2/3 of the original steel wire of the mutton slicer, and the length should be greater than 5 cm. Use fine sandpaper to smooth the surface of the steel wire, and then use Clean the two steel wire ends with alcohol.
3. Weld the two steel wire ends with sand removed 5 cm and overlap them together for welding. Use one end of the electric soldering iron to weld a steel wire. The two steel wire ends must be completely overlapped. When it gets up, it can only be re-soldered, and then use fine sandpaper to smooth the welded area and wash it with alcohol.
4. The steel wire must have a long and loose section, and run the loose section to the guide rail of the mutton slicer.
5. Divide the length of a wire from the end of the guide wheel by the groove distance of the guide wheel and multiply it by the length of one circle of the steel wire guide wheel.
6. Accelerate every second until the speed reaches normal, and then cut.