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Old 06-07-2023, 08:01 AM
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A good and logical thought, but it's fine.

At the Zeus introduction thing way back when, someone questioned the ability of the VCM's spring clip to hold in the socket over time. Our first edition one has held up great actually. Never an issue with the VCM. I was about to finally give in and pay the money for one for my Edge as I don't like the giant soap-on-a-rope one it has. But they discontinued it in favor of a newer version which apparently costs like $400 more. Ehhh, no.
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Still using it. Our local rep said to try and catch it in the act and then get tech online to look at it. Seems a LOT more reasonable then sending it in saying it only fumbles on like every sixth or tenth car. At some point maybe I can catch it screwing up and not have a couple of customers breathing down my neck so I can babysit a tech call. I don't know, parking lot and shop are literally overflowing with work.
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I never heard back from you. Did you get in touch with the contact I gave you? If you did there was no resolve to the issues?

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