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TEA-20 point removal

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andrew davis

10-16-2020 05:01:31

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Wanting to replace the points in a TEA 20 and I am having a hard time removing the connection where the condenser and points are together. I can loosen the nuts on machine screw on the outside of the body of the distributor but can not get the machine screw to loosen to then release points/condenser.

Any ideas greatly appreciated

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Charles in Aus.

10-16-2020 13:16:44

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 Re: TEA-20 point removal in reply to andrew davis, 10-16-2020 05:01:31  
Be careful there , there are a series of washers and fragile insulators in a definite sequence at that connection . Too much impact , or a disassembly and incorrect replacement can open a tin of worms .
Gently as John Deere says .

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John Deere D

10-16-2020 08:28:00

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 Re: TEA-20 point removal in reply to andrew davis, 10-16-2020 05:01:31  

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Andrew Davis

10-16-2020 08:35:36

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 Re: TEA-20 point removal in reply to John Deere D, 10-16-2020 08:28:00  
Thanks- I hope to let you know how it goes.

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