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bendiddley

What are the holes for on this T2 male to male adapter?

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Anyone know what the 2 holes are for on this T2 male to male adapter? I think it's a ZWO adapter, at least that's what it says on the packet, although have looked up the zwo product and it doesn't have the holes which is why I question that, wondering if this might be an older model perhaps.

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If the adapter gets stuck fast, you put a lens spanner, circlip pliers, in the holes get leverage.
At least thats my take take on it.

David.

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You can also take a couple of nails and clamp them vertically in a vice at the same separation as the holes, hold the stuck ring down onto them, and turn it to free it off.

Those holes are very good news! Would that every ring had them.

Olly

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16 minutes ago, ollypenrice said:

You can also take a couple of nails and clamp them vertically in a vice at the same separation as the holes, hold the stuck ring down onto them, and turn it to free it off.

Those holes are very good news! Would that every ring had them.

Olly

Cool cheers.

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