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Zorki 4K Rangefinder removal
Old 01-10-2020   #1
grumpyuncleglenn
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Zorki 4K Rangefinder removal

Hello all.

Can anyone tell me how I remove the rangefinder assembly of my Zorki 4K please. There are two black screws that appear to hold the assembly to the top plate and the lens rf cam arm has to be disconnected too by means, presumably, of the screw that can be seen looking up through the lens opening. Is there anything else I should be aware of?

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Old 01-14-2020   #2
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It's been some years since I removed one but I think you are right about the screws on top holding the assembly on. I'm not sure but I seem to recall that's it - you can wriggle the sensor arm out without removing it - but as I said, it's been some while ago!
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