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My slik pro tripod was accidentally soaked with salt water. I cleaned up but now the head is very tight to turn. how to make it smooth again?

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Pour some lubricant. just enough for it to turn

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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That screw is just screwed into the top plate. Just unscrew it. If it's really difficult, you can use a pair of pliers to hold the screw, then turn the pliers. - Make sure you don't damage the threads that screw into the camera. You can help prevent this by using a cloth like a t-shirt. The cloth will help prevent damage incase you have to grip it hard. Just remember to be carefull.

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