Eagnas clamp bases wont lock in place

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  1. austintennis2005

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    i have an Eagnas tabletop electric machine and the clamp bases wont lock into place...do i need to replace them or is there a way to fix them?

    thanks!
     
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    What model? Eagnas makes two kinds, Screw type or Swtich action.
     
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    They can be adjusted (unless stripped or somesuch). Just depends on which clamp bases, as to how you do it.
     
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    I'm assuming he's got a switch lever action base clamp. That seems to be a common problem with Eagnas more than the ConeLock (Eagnas name). In either case, the OP has not responded so, I'm calling this a dead thread until he replies.
     
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    Eagnas maybe?
     
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    their website is very strange...didnt see any of them available to order.
     
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    Maybe a call is in order.
     
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    haha something tells me they wont understand english too well :)
     
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    You're never going to know if you don't even give it a chance. 310 523 4641 is their number if you're interested and they're on pacific time.
     
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    yah...good idea ill call them tmr...thx
     
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    that is awesome, thanks very much Adles!!
     
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    i did call eagnas and yes they were extremely hard to understand with heavy accent ...but he did say i could try to special order the inner parts/screws that may be able to fix the clamp base for pretty cheap so i guess i will try that..
     
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    Here they are for $150 http://www.atssports.com/tennis.cfm?product=2010
    Also there are Pro's Pro versions for $120.

    But even at that is an awful lot if you can get yours fixed from Eagnas and you will be sure that they work on your machine without a problem.
     
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    yes, thanks...machine is only worth about $200 in good working order so its a fix up project with a low budget :)
     
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