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How to pull output shaft gear from Airtronics 94581 sail winch servo

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SOURCE: can not pull winch cable out had to take cover off

The clutch knob on the side needs to be loosened up. Rotate this and the shaft will be free to pull the cable out.

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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– If you need more information, use these Airtronics resources – E-mail: info@airtronics.net Web Site: http://www.airtronics.net/ Phone: 714-963-0329 Postal Address: Airtronics GLOBAL HOBBY DIST. 18480 BANDILIER CIRCLE FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA 92708
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Seventh, using your thumbnail on one hand, and the tip of the screwdriver with the other, apply pressure to both sides of the retainer to slide it down the shaft. *NOTE* This is where i had the retainer flip off the gear shaft multiple times, only to have to repeat steps 4-7.

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