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Missing Minitor V Screw

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KC2PXV

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When looking at the backing of my Minitor V pager, I see there is a screw that is missing. It is used to hold the backing of the pager to the front. It greatly affects the pager. Whenever the backing separates, it doesn't receive calls and whenever it gets pushed back together it turns on. So for example, when I bend down and it's on my belt.. it alerts the beeping "on" tone which gets very annoying when I'm at home with family.

I searched all over the internet for just that piece or for a new backing but had no luck.

Any suggestions RR world? Thanks.
 

NCFire11

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When looking at the backing of my Minitor V pager, I see there is a screw that is missing. It is used to hold the backing of the pager to the front. It greatly affects the pager. Whenever the backing separates, it doesn't receive calls and whenever it gets pushed back together it turns on. So for example, when I bend down and it's on my belt.. it alerts the beeping "on" tone which gets very annoying when I'm at home with family.

I searched all over the internet for just that piece or for a new backing but had no luck.

Any suggestions RR world? Thanks.
you can probably get a screw from a hardware store, I'm sure it will be metric. Just pull one of the other screws out of the pager for comparison. The new one probably wont look the same as the others but it'll do the job
 

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call this company USAlert (866-896-8663) very good company i deal with them all the time, ask for robert or clark
 
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