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Old 05-10-2013, 07:27 AM   #29
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Whew...The Bargman schematic on the parts package DOES NOT show the 2nd cam nor the small spring and ball bearing. I'm pretty good / lucky at getting various devices apart - reassembled but this Bargman L-200 is a challenge. Especially when the manufactures schematic is incomplete. The photos provided show all the parts. 1 cam has 2 holes in it, the other has 2 ears, both have the center square hole. The spring and ball go in the sliding cast part as previously mentioned. NOW what is the proper positioning of the parts when assembling? The exterior knob shaft has a threaded hole in the end? Is a small screw supposed to be in the hole? All input is greatly appreciated. I am hoping BARGMAN may have info on these old part / assembly dilemas. Many Thanx JC
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Old 05-10-2013, 08:48 AM   #30
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Whew...The Bargman schematic on the parts package DOES NOT show the 2nd cam nor the small spring and ball bearing. I'm pretty good / lucky at getting various devices apart - reassembled but this Bargman L-200 is a challenge. Especially when the manufactures schematic is incomplete. The photos provided show all the parts. 1 cam has 2 holes in it, the other has 2 ears, both have the center square hole. The spring and ball go in the sliding cast part as previously mentioned. NOW what is the proper positioning of the parts when assembling? The exterior knob shaft has a threaded hole in the end? Is a small screw supposed to be in the hole? All input is greatly appreciated. I am hoping BARGMAN may have info on these old part / assembly dilemas. Many Thanx JC
I have offered to help but you will need to contact me. Check your email for my phone number and email.
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Old 11-12-2015, 07:38 PM   #31
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Thanks again Arrowstream & JoePfznik for the information in this post... after procrastinating for the last 3 years(!!! :/) I finally sat down and vowed not to do anything else until I'd rebuilt this lock from the pieces I had on hand.

Between the repair kit diagram and the first picture in this thread that shows the sequence for assembling the lock - well, and a good measure of patience - I was finally able to figure out how to get it working properly.
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Old 11-23-2016, 11:56 AM   #32
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Bargman l-200 missing second Cam

Sadly my lock, installed on the door of my 1970 Streamline, was missing the latch bolt, springs, and apparently the second cam with the two ears. How it came to be missing these parts while the lock is still mounted I do not know. I ordered a replacement latch off of VTS and got new springs before realizing I am missing the second cam. I used the replacement parts diagram and did not notice the other cam as it is not a replacement part

Is there anyone who is machining replicas or would be willing to email me a 1:1 detailed schematic so that I can have one machined??

My door is much wider than airstream doors and the new locks available on VTS do not fit and/or would require me to cut a new hole in my door which I would very much like to avoid!

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Old 08-29-2017, 06:25 PM   #33
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Arrowstream is correct. You need this bearing and spring. Contact me if you need some parts. I am pretty sure the bear and spring are included in the Rebuild Kit of L-100/200.
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I have a bargman 200 for my 1964 fan camper. it's off and I don't know how to reassemble. I do believe the only piece I am missing is the spring. but I don't know how to assembleClick image for larger version

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Old 08-29-2017, 06:28 PM   #34
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Sent you a private message with my phone number or email me at r_whiten@hotmail.com with your number and I will call you if you are in US.
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Old 08-29-2017, 06:29 PM   #35
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My email doesn't show because of the line under it
It is r the underscore whiten@hotmail.com
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Sent you a private message with my phone number or email me at r_whiten@hotmail.com with your number and I will call you if you are in US.


I know I'm missing the spring. have it somewhere but just not sure where.
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Are you talking about the spring that goes behind the extent ball
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Are you talking about the spring that goes behind the extent ball


yes.
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Old 08-29-2017, 07:17 PM   #39
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Send me an email direct to r_whiten@hotmail.com
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Then I can get your address. I have the part.
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sent an email let me know if you get it
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Old 08-29-2017, 07:48 PM   #41
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Then I can get your address. I have the part.
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can you also help me with telling me how to reassemble. lol
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