Re: Pots & Parts


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Posted by William Busetti (67.235.43.9) on August 19, 2002 at 17:17:55:

In Reply to: Re: Pots & Parts posted by boB Gudgel on January 18, 2001 at 18:05:46:

Actually, I have had great luck letting the mixer sit in the sun for an hour, and then the KNOBS PULL OFF EASILY !!!!!!

: OK, I won't give away the secret to prying off
: the knobs...
: boB

:
: : You must remove the knobs to access the shaft to apply
: : the Dibutyl......I have repaired HUNDREDS of these and
: : I can honestly tell you that it is very difficult to accomplish
: : this yourself without breaking several pots by simply removing and
: : reinstalling the knobs.

: : Jory Fink ("tapcofixer")
: : 12 years as only Tapco Service tech.
: : 4045 NE 105th St
: : Seattle, WA 98125
: : (206) 523-9674





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