HELP manfrotto assembly

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  1. Adonisadonis1 macrumors newbie

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    Hi to all,


    Today I disassembled my manfrotto cxpro3 tripod as there are loads of sands in between the legs that is causing damage to the telescopic legs. I did manage to assemble everything back together except this spacer which I have no idea where to put it back ( I drop the center coulumn when i remove it hence i don't know how to put it back). the spacer is called r190 692,
    http://www.manfrottospares.com/download/pdfs/190CXPRO3_20080123.pdf

    Any idea how to out it back or any website that I could check.
    Many thanks.
     
  2. Cheese&Apple macrumors 68000

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    The instructions appear to follow a sequence. I would say:

    R190,692 fits together with R190,629 and R410,27. This assembly then fits between R190M,607 and R190M,608.

    ~ Peter
     
  3. Adonisadonis1 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Hi Peter,

    thanks for your help, its my first time to disassemble it. ill have a go again. many thanks.
     
  4. Parkin Pig macrumors 6502a

    Parkin Pig

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    I've got that same tripod.

    I think this is the bit you mean (highlighted) - it took some finding, even when it's in the right place!

    If these pictures are not clear enough (or it isn't the right bit) let me know and I'll try again.
     

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  5. Adonisadonis1 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Hi Parkin Pig, thank you for the images, that one little piece is so tricky I still couldn't figure it out yesterday. I should be ok now since you've highlighted it. Many thanks!!
     
  6. Parkin Pig macrumors 6502a

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    No problem - happy to help.
     

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