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  1. #1

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    Help removing grafmatic counter wheel

    My grafmatic 4x5" holder disturbs my image area with a wheel leaving numbers of sequence on the negative. I don't need this. How do I remove it the proper way?

    Thanks

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    With a hammer.

    Okay, I've had my April 1 fun - check out this thread: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum44/3...tml#post378013


    Dan

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    i don't remember how i removed mine
    i think i used tin snips and a needle nose pliers
    and carefully removed it ...

    john

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    thanks,

    so I just screw out the screws on the sides of the grafmatic and open the whole thing and there I'll find a screw to disconnect the wheel?

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    IIRC, there's a few screws around the perimeter of the body you have to remove, and then there's two screws that attach a plastic block that prevents you from removing the drawer from the body. Once you get it apart the disk is held down by a metal strap; you unscrew it, take the disk out, and then put everything back together in reverse order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Thirsty View Post
    IIRC, there's a few screws around the perimeter of the body you have to remove, and then there's two screws that attach a plastic block that prevents you from removing the drawer from the body. Once you get it apart the disk is held down by a metal strap; you unscrew it, take the disk out, and then put everything back together in reverse order.
    I have now managed to remove it. Wow, Apug rocks, it took me only a few minutes to get useful responses. Thanks a lot!



 

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