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A Bit Of Bad News On That Weber Screw In Pull Socket - An Example Of Pull Switch Failure

A Bit Of Bad News On That Weber Screw In Pull Socket - An Example Of Pull Switch Failure

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While about to give this adapter another test, the chain after pulling started to get sluggish and not wanting to spring back in and disassembled to see what was going on and a chip of porcelain came off under the socket thread, had made an attempt at reassembling after getting some of the parts back in place, but the chain lever end up splitting at the center ratchet piece that supposed to turn the socket’s switch contact. With that fiber lever where the chain attaches to, once that splits at the ratchet wheel , that means that an phll switch is done for. Likely it might of had too much tension on the spring that makes the lever return after an pull. Reassembly of the mechanism wasn’t an casual thing here. Will still hang onto the parts.

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Manufacturer:Weber
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Fabrication Date:1920s

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