I am looking for some photos and an installation guide to how one of the newer kits should look. ...
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by sixmanguru |
October 08, 2018 23:40 |
I am looking for some photos and an installation guide to how one of the newer kits should look. Mine didn't come with any springs, but rather rubber bands and the newer camera.
Hi @sixmanguru -- thanks for posting this question, you're right that the the assembly has changed a bit (just slightly!). I'll follow up later today with a few images in response here, and will make sure we've got some notes on the main page where a few steps vary.
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@bronwen any updates for those of us with rubber bands, new camera and new light or did I miss it?
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