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31-7-2013 05:21:02  #11


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thank you very much. 2800 is alot of parts. can you tell me the name of the special tool used to work on these? it looks like a star but none of the sizes i have fit. if you ever need anything let me know. i've taken apart 5, so 2800x5=boxes full of parts.

 

31-7-2013 08:55:02  #12


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Brian,
I think you mean the fluted wrenches called Bristol Wrenches. They look like allen wrenches, but have grooves down the sides instead of six smooth sides. Here's where I bought mine:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/390375574511

Yes, I could use some spare parts. As these machines are now all between 27 and 52 years old, the plastic parts fail first. The cycle clutch pulley (white plastic main gear that the belt runs on) and the Tilt Pulley Bellcrank (white plastic part on the carrier that the tilt tape is connected to). I'd love to have some good spares of these if you have any. Cracks in the cycle clutch pulley aren't a problem unless they extend into the belt cogs.

I could also use a charcoal TAB key button for a Selectric III. The on/off rockers and tab set/clear rockers are also commonly needed in gray and charcoal.

I can send you my address offline if you have any of these parts. Thanks.

Last edited by ProfessorC30 (31-7-2013 09:16:46)


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31-7-2013 20:32:30  #13


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pm'd, and thank you for the wrench info!
 

Last edited by brian (31-7-2013 20:37:35)

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