I think there is a curved spring washer that goes between the screw and the
lever, but it looked like it was there to provide some friction for the
lever, not to help hold the screw in. You should just be able to tighten the
screw using a sharp pointed pair of tweezers (it's a left-hand thread!)
enough that it won't become loose in normal use. You can use loctite, but
that will make disassemly quite a bit harder (depending on the compound) in
"james olson" <james_olson@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Can someone familiar with the mechanical parts of the OM-2n self timer
> lever comment on the following:
> The screw keeps coming loose, and I am wondering if it would be a good idea
> to loc-tite the screw in place??? or pliobond??? it keeps coming loose, and
> i'd like to make it stay.
> Also, how many parts are there that come off the body? I've noticed the
> screw with the two holes and the long lever that you turn to set the timer.
> Should there be anything else (such as a washer) in there that i may be
> Any ideas would help.
> Self-timerless in OM-2n land, Oregon.
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