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The Cameleon has the adjustable handle it is not available as a part only as a complete chassis for around $400 www.babycare.nl/bugaboo-cameleon-chassis-p-2466.html. Your Frog wheels, seat etc would fit. If you found a broken Cam frame on eBay you could swap the handles. Your Frog would have the parts required to fix the Cam. Click on this link to my tips section www.fixya.com/support/r7805199-fix_bugaboo_handle_lock. Note as you don't need the old Frog handle you could try prizing off and reusing the domes but I don't recommend that. Brake cable is compatible.
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Some plane Mfgs. had custom threads made. Modern bolts and screws from the hardware store may not work. Take the plane to a genuine hardware store where someone will help.
There are typically 2 slotted machine screws that secure a frog to the plane.
The plane will work fine without the slotted frog adjustment screw near the brass thumb wheel.
Really old metal planes had no frog adjustment screws.
The new frog adjustment feature did boost sales though.
If the threaded bolt for the brass thumb wheel is missing it will need to be replaced so the cutter can be easily adjusted.
This may not be a picture tube problem, but considering the age of the unit it may be cold solder joints on or near the crt boards. Each tube has a CRT Board attached to the neck of each picture tube. Check these first for bad solder connections, in not then it may be the green tube has finally failed you. Getting tubes for this old of a unit will be very hard. IF it is the Tubes then i recommend you think about purchasing a newer set..
I can't find the instructions but they are simple to put together... As for hardware your local hardware store will have the screws you need... You may need to take the part in to get your thread right. If all else contact the manufacture and they may be willing to sell you the parts needed....