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    Default Help in camera stand repair

    Sorry, i duno where should i post this. but anyway:

    My camera stand's leg fell off, and i need help in fitting it back

    I have already know where everything go except for this:

    http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...s/DSC00604.jpg

    This small piece of plastic doesnt fit into here (the white transparent piece part):
    http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/g...s/DSC00603.jpg

    As a result, the black clip doesnt make secure the leg even when it is locked, i believe the small black werid loooking thing must be mounted somewhere(inside and in between)the white transparent thing and the black clip, but i duno where

    Anyone done this before? i am using this stand in a few hours time, so this is reallll bad
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    Default Re: Help in camera stand repair

    the most important piece of information you left out is ... what is the make and model of your TRIPOD? Camera stand .... hmmm interesting description, but apt I guess.
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    Default Re: Help in camera stand repair

    it's a panasonic cheap one

    anyway i fixed it halfway, the leg is secured but the black clip will fall off

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    it looks like the small black piece fits over the hole and the lock goes over it. so when u lock it, it presses on the black piece which holds the shaft in place.

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    Default Re: Help in camera stand repair

    is call a "tripod",

    this is camera stand.



    anyway, your tripod should have total six locks, one spoil, just carefully take out the other locking level, to see how the parts being assembled. than fix back the spoil locking level the same way.
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    Default Re: Help in camera stand repair

    Hey guys, my tripod recently broke too. One of the clasps cracked and the black plastic thingy dropped out. Since it cracked, I think i really need to send it in to get it replaced, anybody knows where? Mine's a Manfrotto 728B digi...

    Thanks in advance!!

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    Default Re: Help in camera stand repair

    Quote Originally Posted by contacted View Post
    Hey guys, my tripod recently broke too. One of the clasps cracked and the black plastic thingy dropped out. Since it cracked, I think i really need to send it in to get it replaced, anybody knows where? Mine's a Manfrotto 728B digi...

    Thanks in advance!!
    search for parts art no,
    http://www.manfrotto.com/Jahia/spare.../cache/offonce

    email Cathy Photo with the brand, model, parts art no, you are looking for, they will reply you.
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