Have you noticed that many of the Freakshow dials are hard to turn? I have, and I have already found a way to easily fix this issue.
The cause is that there is remnants of the tab that held the dials together when produced. To fix the issue:
1. Remove the dial from the base. A small thin screwdriver will work.
2. Notice the tab or remnants of the tab.
3. Using a box cutter, exacto knife, or any sharp knife, simply cut the tab off.
4. Snap the dial back in place and give it a whorl. if the problem exists, repeat the process, but look for other obstructions.
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Joined: 28 Feb 2007 Posts: 807 Location: Virginia Beach
good advice. I've had no end of sticky-dial syndrome (SDS) with the Freakshow. I even broke the base in half on a R Carny trying to pop his dial out (andit ain't like I haven't popped out plenty of dials before).
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