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Old 09-12-2014, 12:50 AM   #1
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Hey guys been trying to install my new drives and can't seem to get the pins to line up. I noticed there is no open end to get at the set screw? It's very difficult to get a driver in the screw head. My question is with the c-clip retainers do I need to use a set screw?
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Hey guys been trying to install my new drives and can't seem to get the pins to line up. I noticed there is no open end to get at the set screw? It's very difficult to get a driver in the screw head. My question is with the c-clip retainers do I need to use a set screw?
Same problem for me . Just use the C-clip retainers to hold pins in, works just fine.
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Corrct, there is no need for the set screw. The set screw is there because it is the same part no. for the old style, which used no clips.
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Got it, thanks.
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