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    Re: Mark 15 Maintenance Question
    From: Paul Flint
    Date: 2005 Nov 21, 21:52 +0900

    On (11/21/2005 6:14:54 PM) Bill  wrote:
    > Not much help here, but if I recall one of the (teaching) list members noted
    > a small portion of the Davis line exhibited this rather nasty trait. Perhaps
    > not the same model?  Suggest you check the archives under "plastic sextants"
    > or some long-running derivation in the past several months. Better yet, the
    > contributor will shed some additional light/details on the "alleged"
    > defect.
    
    Bill,
    
    Thanks for the pointer. I found several references to these threads
    and tracked several of them down. I had in fact found this list by
    searching for other information on the Mark 15 on Google and so had
    already read several of these threads. Very informative.
    
    Looking them over again, I find reference to loose adjustment screws
    but no reference to how to tighten them up a bit.
    
    Maybe a general search on making screws tighter in a metal working
    context would provide some good information.
    
    Thanks for the input.
    
    Paul Flint
    Kawasaki, Japan
    
    
    

       
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