At 07:50 AM 10/13/99 -0500, you wrote:
>the knob and case. I would be much interested in Garlands suggestions
>also, as he may have a better fix. (he usually does). Thanks. "73"
I haven't opened it up to see personally the nature of his suggestion, but
he had two ideas.
First, loosen the set screw on a gear on the back of the assembly, push
things together tighter, and then tighten the set screw. (I hope I'm
describing it adequately.)
Second, there are apparently four screws on the top of the assembly that
can be tightened (again, I hope I'm saying it right).
I'll have to pop the top on it (a project for this weekend) and take a look
for those ideas to truly register, but hopefully you get the gist of it.
Finally, someone else had mentioned a piece of hardware available from
Ten-Tec that I believe mounts in between that gear thing and the rest of
the assembly, and that, too, is another solution. But Garland suggested
trying the others first, and otherwise, he'd be happy to send that little
part (some sort of springy thing).
There you have my high-tech description. :-)
Alan Bryant, WDØEVX (Formerly NØSBM)
Licensed Since 1977
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