JavelinJim
Hi,
I’ve been using these levers for a while now.
Im starting to find that a few are now making a permanent contact when in the frame instead of a “passing” contact.
I had a look inside one and discovered that the spring contact strip was in contact with the terminal even though the spring strip was keeping the lever against it’s stop catch.
I was wondering if there was a fix I can do without filing the stop catch back to allow the lever to sit further back. As this then spoils the look of the frame.
many thanks,
Jim
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AHJAY
Jim

The momentary contact is made by a sprung contact rather than passing one. As its action is beyond the "Rest" position of the lever, Normally the lever position does not hold it there and when the lever is released the contact should spring back.

Carefully open the lever and gently bend the spring contact back a little. If you are not confident, then send it to us and we will adjust it for you.

regards, Ahjay
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JavelinJim
JavelinJim wrote:
Hi,
I’ve been using these levers for a while now.
Im starting to find that a few are now making a permanent contact when in the frame instead of a “passing” contact.
I had a look inside one and discovered that the spring contact strip was in contact with the terminal even though the spring strip was keeping the lever against it’s stop catch.
I was wondering if there was a fix I can do without filing the stop catch back to allow the lever to sit further back. As this then spoils the look of the frame.
many thanks,
Jim


Thanks for the reply, I’ll have another look inside and try that.
Cheers,
jim
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