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[TenTec] Tuning knob adj.

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Subject: [TenTec] Tuning knob adj.
From: N4NT@bigfoot.com (Michael O. Hyder)
Date: Thu, 9 Apr 1998 08:03:58 -0400
Mornin' all.  About PTO rebuilding, friend of mine advises the red grease
supplied by Ten-Tec tends to get gummy with time.  Ten-Tec gets it "down at
the Co-op," I believe.  Friend suggested using a high quality white silicon
grease but said a white lithium grease should work as well.  Often the PTO's
do not need new parts, just to be cleaned of the gummy grease and regreased
with good stuff.  G'day mates.

       Mike Hyder          N4NT@bigfoot.com

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From: Cooley <cool@nortexinfo.net>
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Date: Wednesday, April 08, 1998 11:45 PM
Subject: [TenTec] Tuning knob adj.

>I have a Corsair I and the main tuning control knob has become very
>stiff. I removed it and found the felt washer and adjusted it but no
>help there.  Even without the felt washer it is still very stiff , is
>there another adjustment or does the PTO need replacing?   Thanks for
>the help.     Will Cooley   (KC5QWE)
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