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In need of repair

Discussion in 'QUESTIONS & ANSWERS (Get Help Fast Here!)' started by mike silvia, Apr 19, 2017.

  1. mike silvia

    mike silvia United States Active Member Active Member

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    I have an interapid .0005 indicator and the damn screw came out inside of the dial. Its getting caught up on the needle. Can anybody either tell me the bett way to fix it or let me know a place where I can send it for repair
    Thanks for your help
    Mike
     
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    rick9345 United States Active User H-M Supporter-Premium

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    email sent...thanks
     
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    You can un thread the bezel and insert the screw again. LIIS website shows how to do this. Starting in 2014, Interapid started using thread locker. Not sure what type.
    I wouldn't use LocTite unless, you put the smallest amount on the screw, let it dry on the screw, then thread it in carefully. (Loctite Blue or some other very low strength thread locker).
    I plan on buying Rene Meyers'(LISS) Interapid Repair Manual from Amazon.
     
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    what is the web address?
    thanks
     
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