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Ball won't move

Assuming that all the knobs have been loosened it is likely that the head is dirty and there is some grit where the ball is. If it's not too bad some WD-40 should do the trick.

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Ball slipping

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Monopod ball head loses stability

Is the ball joint getting worn? I'd contact the manufacturer and see if you can order a new ball. As it gets older, it doesn't fit the socket as well (kind of like Grandma's first replacement hip!) and things get floppy. Either a new ball or perhaps putting something rubbery, like a gasket, around the socket, to provide some friction (you could use Sugru, a couple dabs of Marine Boat Glue or Shoe-Goo, really anything rubbery-feeling will do in a pinch,) should get it working. And if not, there's always black gaffer tape, the photographer's best friend!

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I can't get the ball head off my tripod. I've loosened the set screws at the base, but the head won't budge.

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spray lubricant between ball head and base, wrap the ball head with a heavy rag( to help prevent scratches, use a pip wrench on ball head while someone else holds legs ( or also wrap legs in cloth and hold in vise). DO THIS AT OWN RISK

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My 322RC2 Grip Action Ball Quick Release has lost

I had the same problem and found the solution after much looking online. Use rubbing alcohol to clean the ball! This works even with the ball in place as long as you rotate the head around to reach all surfaces of the ball. Note that many suggestions to tighten the Allen screw at the base of grip clamp or to roll the wheel to its tightest position do not work because they affect the amount of effort you need to squeeze the clamp, and not specifically the amount of friction between the ball itself and the head. Over time the ball loses it's grip but rubbing alcohol removes finger oils, dust, airborne pollution, etc. After wiping with rubbing alcohol, my ten year old head is now as tight as the day I bought it! Hope this works for you.

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Manfrotto 322rc2 tripod ball head

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Manfrotto Tripod Ball-grip Head 322RC2

If you look on the ring that goes around the ball, on the side by the red tension gauge, you'll see an indentation. It is just barely visible on the product shot above.

In the hole, you'll find what looks like an odd shaped bolt. It is actually a threaded post inside a nut.

Use an Allen wrench (hex key) to tighten this post.

Be careful though, a little tension here goes a long way. You should probably turn it no more than 1/8 to 1/4 turn and then test it. If it still isn't tight enough, repeat until you are satisfied.

You should probably also talk to a trained technician at somepoint to see if the loosening is indicative of a larger problem. I really wouldn't know one way or the other. I just discovered the calibration post by taking mine apart.

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