Re: {Collins} Collins Digest, Vol 109, Issue 8



I’ve repaired several sockets with broken keys by taking a replacement key
off an old tube. The keys are hollow, so the replacement key can slide over
a in 8-32 or 10-32 (i forget which fits) screw inserted from the rear of
the socket. The screw is “potted” into the key with some fast-setting
epoxy, with the repaired socket being vastly stronger than the original.
73,
Jim w8zr

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