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Need missing part to tripod

I am missing the plastic part that has a metal screw on it that screws into the camera then is clipped into the bracket on my Kalimar tripod. I don't see any model number on the tripod. It is about 2"x 2".

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SOURCE: Kalimar Pro V-40 Tripod

If you have lost the screw no problem. Take the camera with you and go to you r local hardware store and fit it with a new bolt or srew.. It will be a standered size and thread. I loose this part all of the time

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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SOURCE: The screw that keeps the

You're going to have to go to the manufacturer for the parts list, and that is sometimes not available, since their repair facilities would have them, and it would take quite an effort on the manufacturer's part to track it down.
What would probably be an easier shot at figuring this out, would be to take the tripod in to a camera repair shop, and see if they might be able to give you an idea of the screw and thread size. If that doesn't help, there are hardware outlets that might be able to run down the right screw for you.
I couldn't find any internet support for this company, and if nothing else works, you might see if they have a contact phone or email on their literature that came with it.
Good luck, and hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 03, 2010

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