Thread: Lightning Cams
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Old 8th July 2009, 02:39 PM   #5
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I have had loads of problems with those cams. You will probably find one of 2 things.

1:- The batten may have snapped just where it enters the cam. Remove the batten and you will soon see. The small bit that remais is a right bitch to remove so good luck if that is the case.

2:- Where the batten enters the cam may have widened. It should be a slot but the plastic seems to be a bit weak and may have stretched to an oval shape causing the problem you describe.

Good luck with it. They are a great sail when they work. I just hope Tush can sort these cam problems. Probably not even their fault. Factories are well known for not using the materials specified by the manufacturer at times.
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