Got it!

Scott /
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I ground off the rivets, took the diaphram out, and I think I found the problem. The diaphram, which was a round steel disc, had wear marks where it had contacted the electromagnet. I sanded it with 320 wet-or-dry, riveted it back together, and now it sounds at least like the AFLAC duck when he's extremely hung over. Thanks for the advice..... it only took a half hour or so, and saved me hunting for a 24 year old moped horn!

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Subject Written By Posted
  Any luck repairing horns?Topic by: Scott Scott 07/24/01 12:40AM
  Re: Any luck repairing horns?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/24/01 11:13AM
  Got it!Re: Scott Scott 07/24/01 09:22PM
  Re: Got it!Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/25/01 10:28AM
  Re: Any luck repairing horns?Re: SteelToad SteelToad 07/24/01 11:58AM
  Re: Any luck repairing horns?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/24/01 01:25PM
  Re: Don't do it!! (Again)Re: Jim C. Jim C. 07/25/01 12:02AM
  Re: Don't do it!! (Again)Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/25/01 10:42AM
  Re: That's how we learnRe: Jim C. Jim C. 07/29/01 02:06AM

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