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Re: Fixin' coin changer/grease doors

At 11:13 AM 12/18/95 -0500, you wrote:
>Does anybody have a recommendation on the best grease or spray lubercant on
>the door latches (whatever they are called where its bolted to the body).  My
>door creaks at that certain point and I have sprayed various "over the
>counter" spray lubercants.  None seem to work.  Is good old grease the best?
>Also, the cover on my change holder has to be pressed about 6-8 times before
>it opens.  Can one take off the back of the cover and replace a spring?
> According to dealer the entire unit replaces, not the cover. ($16.00 dealer
>cost).  It seems to work better for 2-3 times after I take a small
>screwdriver head and push down the spring mechanism.  Unfortunately, its back
>to being a pain in the butt now.  

WURTH makes a product , something like HHS, but this stuff goes for $12
a botttle, so you have to find a distributor or a mechanic willing to sell some

I've used some in the past, goes on sticky and becomes slippery  as it moves

jim h
>89 200tq
>90 100q