Re: Krasnogorsk motor reply

From: George Monteleone (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Mar 02 2008 - 10:10:00 PST

Thanks much for the suggestions. I think I've nailed the problem
down: a spool was sticking, which was creating drag, and the sprockets
were getting off-track in the gate/claw assembly. A lubrication and
proper loading solves much of the problem, though it still risks to
get slightly off track now and again, but it's a quick and easy
adjustment. I appreciate the service suggestions; finding service for
these beasts isn't easy.


On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 7:55 PM, Zach Poff <email suppressed> wrote:
> I think your problem may be either the spring (tough to fix) or the
> governor (much easier). For either, you might get help from Abdul in NYC. I
> believe he has K3 experience, and he's been known to fix problems that more
> established places like TCS have turned-down due to lack of parts. (We use
> him for all of our Bolex repairs at Cooper Union Art School and he is
> excellent, inexpensive, but not terribly quick to turn things around.)
> His email is email suppressed
> -Zach Poff
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