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Re: metal toggle switch--how old?

#259814 by JPG » Tue May 21, 2019 10:55 pm

jsburger wrote:
adamkearns wrote:As far as I know, they should be lowered slowly if there is no bracket. Also, if there are bolts inside, you can heat it up with the help of a Heat Gun (like this one https://protoolsadviser.com/best-heat-guns/), metal will expand and maybe it will fall into place.



SPAM!


MAYBE

Time will tell.

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