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Old 05-20-2017, 08:37 PM   #1
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Quick easy fix on my 2010 HW296

Opened my 296 today to Clean it out so they can take it when they deliver my new HW296.

Found this issue when I was opening it up getting the door ready to put it down, I released to straps from the door I noticed it was leaning to the right, I found the right cable broke on the right side, I discovered the screw was to tight and the connector wouldn't swing at all, that's what caused the cable to brake off.
here is my Fix took me all of 5 min to fix a yellow connector a pair of ratcheting Crimpers Done 😁
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