Lead Tape Problem

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  1. <((__(Stratyola)__()

    <((__(Stratyola)__() New User

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    I have the Dunlop MFil 300. A piece of lead tape was stuck on the inside of the buttcap when I received my racket from TW. I think it came off and went all the way into the frame. When I play, I can feel it moving and making noises. I tried to shake it out and I tried using multiple wires to snag it out but nothing works. It seems to be stuck in one of the sides of the throat area that meets the head. Any ideas?
     
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  2. fuzz nation

    fuzz nation Legend

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    My crappy sense of humor compels me to suggest cutting out the strings and melting that lead out!

    Come to think of it, sticky stuff isn't so sticky in the cold and if it's the adhesive on the lead that's got it stuck, you could maybe put it in a freezer for a little while and then see if you can knock it loose. I'm probably overthinking this, but that's what occurred to me.
     
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  3. excelcier

    excelcier Rookie

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    if you change to wilson, all of your wildest dreams will come true. lead tape included:grin:
     
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