Date: 14 Oct 2003 03:26:19 GMT
From: Dave Hinz <>
Subject: Re: Sonett III "Quickie"

On Mon, 13 Oct 2003 21:07:41 GMT, Paul Halliday <> wrote: > Heads up Hinz ... Hrrm? Wazzat? (mumble mumble) Damn youngsters waking a fellow up from his nap...sheesh > I've just been reading an article about the Sonett III and in the pictures, > I noticed a lever to pull that lifts the pop-up lights. How do you get them > down again? Do you just push the lever again or what? Yup. It's a strictly mechanical device - pull up to a certain point and you're pulling against the springs, pass the pivot point and the springs are working with you. Down is opposite of up; push in on the lever and down they go. Electrically, there's a microswitch which is activated by the mechanical pushrod, with a ramp-shape on it actuating the switch. > Inquiring minds need to know ... Buying a Sonett are you? I *really* need to get that on the road next's a freaking blast to drive. Dave Hinz

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