>The original three screws holding the bearing cover were pushed out and so
>Obviously three screws were not enough to hold the cover plate of the
>bearing in place on the aluminium housing when the worm shaft pushed against
>it in its bearing.
>The repaired and modified rotators (5 screws) are doing well since then.
73 from Ian GM3SEK
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Ian White GM3SEK
>Sent: Dienstag, 16. März 2010 08:19
>To: email@example.com; DF3KV
>Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Pro.Sis.Tel Rotors PST 2051D / PST 61 D
>>The PST2051 wind load data might be too optimistic. I had three times
>>the same fault on three different rotators at not more then 100km/h
>>wind and with a KLM 5-element 20m yagi or the TH-7DXX topped by a stack
>>of 9L m-square 2m yagis.
>Exactly which part(s) failed; but also, which other parts survived? It
>would be good to know the strengths as well as the weaknesses.
>>But I got extremely great service from Prosistel!!!
>>All faults happened after warranty and the last time 8 years after
>>buying the rotators! They never charged anything for the repair
>That's good to know, as I recently installed a 2051.
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