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Handle came loose on my craftsman torque wrench. What is the proper way to replace it? I noticed that the nut on the inside came loose. If I re-tighten the nut will it effect the torque calibration? I

Handle came loose on my craftsman torque wrench. What is the proper way to replace it? I noticed that the nut on the inside came loose. If I re-tighten the nut will it effect the torque calibration? I don't know why but I've only used it twice. I'm thinking someone has turned the adjustment handle until it came loos or the factory failed to tighten properly....

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I had this problem with mine as well. Most are threaded into the case and don't have nuts inside. I took each bolt out one at a time and cleaned and coated with Blue lock tight and torque back in to factory spec. Just get them snug don't over tighten. Do one at a time so it doesn't come apart. I would have tool recalibrated or at least check it behind a known good torque wrench

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