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Old 12-25-2010
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Default Wire that opens the Compartment Doors are they Rubbing?

Now that we are finished with our current volunteer assignment and getting ready to leave for Florida next Tuesday, I had my compartment doors open and noticed at the aircraft wire that moves our latches runs over the door support brackets.
In my case, they have been rubbing on the brackets for almost 27 years.
I got out my Dremel, put a grinder bit on it and made a notch out of each bracket so the wire wouldn't rub anymore.
I don't want the wire to break and then try to get the door open.
You might look at your doors and see if your wire is rubbing on the brackets also.
Might pay to grind them down a little.
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