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Offline Bignumbas

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Re: 6128 phantom key input at boot up
« Reply #10 on: 11:40, 23 May 17 »
I did that, poked the stuff in with a pointy thing around the brass and slots after I wd40'd the cradle
The only way I can get it to go down it to disengage the lever/catch thing on the right at the back as you look at the front.
What am i missing here, it looks such a simple thing. :-\
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Re: 6128 phantom key input at boot up
« Reply #11 on: 11:48, 23 May 17 »
The black plastic hook is usually the bit that sticks. Make sure it can move far enough to engage.

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Re: 6128 phantom key input at boot up
« Reply #12 on: 11:39, 24 May 17 »
It's a stainless steel hook.
I have also gone for the slow boat from China again and ordered the ay chip to maybe fix the phantom key thing.

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Re: 6128 phantom key input at boot up
« Reply #13 on: 12:26, 24 May 17 »
Yup, just realised it's the 155 you are talking about which doesn't have the plastic hook. On the 155 you need to make sure the following areas are smooth and well greased.

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