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Prontor SVS, loose part, whrere?
Old 12-20-2016   #1
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Prontor SVS, loose part, whrere?

Hi,

I opened Prontor SVS (Flexaret) and managed to drop out a loose part (like a foot). I think that it is to do with delayed action device. But where I should put the loose part back?

(I dismantled the shutter and cleaned all the parts, including the shutter blades, shutter operates now very well, only delayed action gears waits for assembly)
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Photographs?
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I'll post photographs later in the evening.
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Shutter Prontor SVS, timer delayed action device not assembled yet, loose part on the right.

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Blimey, I got the shutter assembled and working! Like to put together a 3D puzzle, without any repair manual :-) I did not find the place for the "foot" like part, but I think it just prevents the shutter speed ring to go B when delayed action device is turned on. Well, now the shutter can operate with delayed action also at B :-)

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Congratulations.

At about 3 o'clock in the photo, on the outer edge, is an opening in the base that looks like an upside-down 'P'. If your 'spare' part was rotated 180 degrees and mirrored, its knobbed end would fit in there loosely, it appears. No idea if the rest of the part would fit under the plate.
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Congratulations.

At about 3 o'clock in the photo, on the outer edge, is an opening in the base that looks like an upside-down 'P'. If your 'spare' part was rotated 180 degrees and mirrored, its knobbed end would fit in there loosely, it appears. No idea if the rest of the part would fit under the plate.
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Unfortunately the loose part does not go to that upside down P hole. It is for the delayed action device.
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