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Old 30th October 2006, 03:07 AM   #1
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Hi, I've just won an auction for one of these, but the seller has emailed me to say that he has not got the CDM1 transport screw and do I know a way of securing the transport for when he despatches it to me.

Has anybody got any ideas? Thanks.
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Old 30th October 2006, 06:22 AM   #2
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Take the risk, I used one of these on the road as a soundengineer. It was packaged in a flightcase with foam lining and I never used the transport screw. It never failed mechanicely, only electronic problems all CD104 had.

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Hi, I've just won an auction for one of these, but the seller has emailed me to say that he has not got the CDM1 transport screw and do I know a way of securing the transport for when he despatches it to me.

Has anybody got any ideas? Thanks.
The mech is unlikely to get damaged in transit. They are very robust.

What can happen is that any poor solder joint will get worse and the cd-p will not work.

It is always good practise to resolder the 'griplets' - see other threads for more info. (do a search for griplets)

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Old 30th October 2006, 07:46 PM   #4
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Thanks guys.

Poynton, that tip was very much appreciated. I've started searching on the forums for 'griplets' and similar and have just discovered how much tweaking I can do...I'm looking forward to this...as long as I can work iout how to do it all!
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