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Post  rsv1cox Wed Mar 09, 2022 3:21 pm

Thirteen dollars divided by the three-item lot that Mark bought at an auction.  Smile

The arm was stuck, wouldn't swing right or left.  Like the Tin Man, stuck in place over time.  Took off the back cover, cleaned off the old grease and blew out the dead bugs.  Loosened the four retaining bolts a bit and ran some light oil around the post.  Bumped the arm once or twice and got movement.  A little exercise and it moves like a new one.  Removed the right and left position indicators and lubed the spindles.  Removed the dented top cover and pounded out the dents in the thin aluminum and reformed it to fit.  Lubricated the mechanism.  Started on it's dedicated roll-around stand.  

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