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Hamilton VR20 Drafting Table

Hamilton VR20 Drafting Table

Hamilton VR20 Drafting Table

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I saw a post that was closed that was similar to this. I am looking for an owners manual for a Hamilton VR20 drafting table. I hear the motorized lift motor turning but will not lift. I have taken the tower apart but am not certain why it is not going up. There are nylon rack that I think the gearing is slipping on but would like to see the owners manual. Help anyone?

RE: Hamilton VR20 Drafting Table

You might be better in the engineers with hobby forum? Or piping forum.

This one's a bit of a back water.

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Also: If you get a response it's polite to respond to it.

RE: Hamilton VR20 Drafting Table

(OP)
Thank you MacGyverS2000. I found that as well but was apparently too stupid to scroll down... I clicked the right facing arrow numerous times only to be taken out into a new topic. I thought the page was bogus! :( I am sorry to waste your time but I do truly appreciate the response. This is going to make my repairs much easier! Cheers!

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