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My 1050 just started having issues

When returning the handle back 'up', it catches, and the shell plate has only turned about 1/2 way

The 'Slide Actuating Arm #11003', seems to get stuck trying to follow the channel in the 'Primer Slide Level Assembly #20488' and I can not figure out what need to be adjusted to get this to work right again

Anyone solve this?

Thanks.. Dave

I'm thinking the 'fix' in on page 14 (pasted below) - but so far, it alludes me

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Prior to installation, lube the base of

the primer punch. Now adjust your new

punch (#12849 - large or #13307 -

small) so that it is flush with the bushing

(#13130 - large or #13222 - small) by

turning set screw (#13226) up or down.

If the primer punch is too low, dirt will

collect on top of it leaving imprints on

your primers. If it is too high it will bind

the slide. Note: You can use the slide for

a guide. Slide it back and forth over the

bushing to check your adjustments. See

the schematic on page 29 or the troubleshooting

section for additional information.

To return the lever arm bracket assembly

to proper position, manually move

the primer slide underneath the

shellplate. Pull the operating handle

down. Loosen the bracket screw, slide

the assembly down until it touches the

bottom of the primer slide slot in the

frame. Back the bracket up about .010”,

retighten bracket screw.

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I think I've tracked this down.. not where I was looking at all

It seems to have been the 'Primer System Rocker Arm #132058'. Was gummed up

Infuriating, it would only lock up when I was running cases, worked perfectly just cycling the handle with no brass

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I think I've tracked this down.. not where I was looking at all

It seems to have been the 'Primer System Rocker Arm #132058'. Was gummed up

Infuriating, it would only lock up when I was running cases, worked perfectly just cycling the handle with no brass

That is a new one on me. Glad you figured it out.

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