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Old 01-06-2016, 05:56 PM   #1
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Electric jack

I have attached two pictures showing our electric jack turnt to the right. It appears that a screw has broken and now when being lowered it turn to the right. So I was wondering what is the best way to fix it. thanks for any assistance
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Old 01-07-2016, 11:53 AM   #2
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Put the head back in position. Then tighten the hex screws on the lower part of the head. If one screw is missing, call the company and they will send a repacement hex screw. If this doesnt work, their customer service is very good.
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You can probably get an extra screw from a auto parts or hardware store.
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My thanks to both of you I will look for the hex screw. I am not sure but I think it broke off. If it did in fact break do you know how easy it would be to remove the head. I might have to do this if art of the screw is broken off inside the male pole.
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Referring to the Barker Power Jack, The only thing that holds the head on are the 2 set screws. If one has broken off and the head is moving anyway you may be able to work the head back and forth to lift it off. If the set screw is broken off inside you may have to drill it out. You then might have to tap the hole for a new set screw of use a metal screw into the jack shaft to secure it.
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