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Does anyone have any experience with this type of rotating system? The points seem to work but the sign is locked in one position and will not turn. We loosened the 4 bolts at the base (Marked in Yellow) and that freed up the motor and gear box but the cabinet is still stuck. Any help would be appreciated!!

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We called these guys at Dynapac Rotating several ago and they helped us with an old rotating pharmacy sign that looked similar to your project. They were very helpful and friendly. Here is some info from their home page:

"Did you know that Dynapac has a full staff of engineers with competencies including Control Systems, Materials, Electronics and most importantly MECHANICAL ENGINEERING?
Don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-801-485-2221 now to schedule a FREE 30 minute engineering assessment of your project! We can help you identify the best and most cost effective methods for making your dream a reality."

 

https://dynapacrotating.com/


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