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Raglan Miller manual & dial removal

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Chris Thorn31/08/2019 15:53:47
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Hi All

Just bough a Raglan Miller. Its in a reasonable condition for its age.

Does anyone have a manual showing the exploded assembly, I need to take off the dials to clean and adjust, I have taken off the handles and then presented with a black disk with no discerning way of removing it to get to the dial. See pics

Any help very much appreciated!

Chris

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Clive Brown 131/08/2019 16:29:11
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Hi Chris, on mine the micrometer dial slides off the shaft after the woodruff key for the handle is removed. The dial itself is a friction assembly with its own key.

Hope I've remembered correctly and it's some help.

Chris Thorn31/08/2019 16:44:59
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I did give quite a pull, no movement , I noticed the woodruff slot goes through the the black disk as well.

Maybe a little more brute force!

Phil Whitley31/08/2019 19:08:05
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Send me your email Chris, I have the manual in two pdf files, phil.hermetic@langtoft.net. I believe there is also a raglan user site which may be of interest, and may also carry a downloadable manual.

Phil

Chris Thorn01/09/2019 11:10:52
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Thanks Phil

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