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Thread: Compur Shutter Repair: Which tool needed for screw 304 in Synchro Compur 1 MX

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    Compur Shutter Repair: Which tool needed for screw 304 in Synchro Compur 1 MX

    Hi,

    I'd like to take apart a Synchro Compur 1 MX shutter (from a 150mm symmar) but I can't open screw 304. It has two slots at both sides of the pin in the middle. The screw drivers which I have for two slots all do not fit. Does anybody know which tool will work for this screw in this shutter?

    Thanks

    Andreas


    The technical drwing can be seen here:

    http://www.suaudeau.eu/memo/rep/compur-repair/04-43.jpg

    A similar or the identical screw is visible in the second photo here at 4 o'clock:

    http://images.google.de/imgres?imgur...-ECa0Q9QEILDAC
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 04-43.jpg  

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    Re: Compur Shutter Repair: Which tool needed for screw 304 in Synchro Compur 1 MX

    That is a tough screw to get out. If you have a screwdriver that's too thick for the screw you can probably get away with filling it down until it fits. That worked for me in the past.

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    Re: Compur Shutter Repair: Which tool needed for screw 304 in Synchro Compur 1 MX

    For these i've used small needlenose pliers, or a small, cheap adjustable lens retaining ring removal caliper, ground down to size if needed

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