Sticky Blake Co-Ax Indicator

I have a Blake Co-Ax Indicator that is sticky, does Blake recondition their indicators or does anyone have any suggestions as to how I should go about taking one apart and cleaning it?

Thanks Marty

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Marty Escarcega wrote in news:Xns94CE3DD201323escarcegacoxnet@

Marty, Usually a good spray with some alchohol will remove the gunk that causes indicators to stick. Ink remover also works well.

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Amazingly informative web site! Great reading, and good to know that there's a repair site near to me. Thanks for the link.


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jim rozen

Marty, I saved this post from long ago, but neglected to include the name of who provided the information. What I'm saying is: don't give me the credit; it belongs to someone else, but I don't know who.

Orrin ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Blake does service them and the company's a pleasure to deal with. You can send them the Co-Ax indicator and they'll telephone you with a no-obligation estimate and, if you don't want it repaired, will send it back to you without shipping costs! Repair costs are also very reasonable (they repaired my beat-up Co-Ax and made it like new for a total cost of less than $30).

Their address etc.: Blake Manufacturing Company

15310 Proctor Avenue City of Industry, CA 91745-1075 Phone (800) 545-3020 (626) 968-6481 Fax (626) 333-1645
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Orrin Iseminger

Thanks Orrin, I will give Blake a call on Monday and see how it goes. Marty

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