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Old 04-21-2018, 05:34 PM
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Default How to tighten jack pin nut on Journey OF660

My Journey has a come and go buzzing sound inside the body. It was driving me crazy trying to find where the buzz was coming from. I finally pressed my leg against the jack pin while plucking each string and the buzz stopped. As soon as I took the pressure off, the buzz was back. And I can rotate the pin by hand. This doesn't loosen or tighten the pin.I tried to reach the nut inside through the sound hole but I cant reach. Any suggestions how to get a wrench down in there? Any idea what size?
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These might help some...

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Great advise, thanks,but I cant get the outside jack/button strap to unscrew, even with dowel inserted and I cant get my arm to reach far enough to grab from inside. Hmmm.
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Great advise, thanks,but I cant get the outside jack/button strap to unscrew, even with dowel inserted and I cant get my arm to reach far enough to grab from inside. Hmmm.
Got the cover off. I think I can now get a job as a contortionist. Pliers inside and out. Inside by feel and pliers held by just the last bit of the handle. That blue stuff on the treads isn't locktite is it?
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Success! Thank you Kramster.!
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Persistence! Good for you. Itís great to be able to do some repairs by oneself. Now post pics of the process or it didnít happen! j/k
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Persistence! Good for you. Itís great to be able to do some repairs by oneself. Now post pics of the process or it didnít happen! j/k
Well said. And now I can get some sleep as the pressure is off and I can get on with me life.
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