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    Knob removal, what does the PTC use?

    Okay the PTC removes thousands of control knobs. I know you guys aren't using shoestrings, what do you use? Can I buy one?

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    I'll bet they use the cleaning rag trick.
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    Why use anything besides shoelaces? They work great!

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    They probably pop off the ones they can with their hands and the stubborn ones get a Knob/Bushing Remover

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    What are the shoestring and cleaning rag trick??????????????????????? PLEASE EXPLAINE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluefade View Post
    What are the shoestring and cleaning rag trick??????????????????????? PLEASE EXPLAINE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Just slide under the edge of the knob and work it up until you can grip it with your fingers.

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    THANK YOU !

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    I tend to use the prs lanyard we get every year in the experience badge line

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    Quote Originally Posted by themike View Post
    They probably pop off the ones they can with their hands and the stubborn ones get a Knob/Bushing Remover

    Cool device!

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