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tone100 said:
I have been reading on here that people are using silicone to cover the screw once the cap has been removed. Has anyone found a more permanent solution like a rubber plug that would fit in the hole?
I just used an o-ring that fit snugly in the hole.
Pushed it all the way against the screw and it's never moved.
 

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Thats the ticket right there. I never thought of using an o-ring but that should work perfectlly. Thanks for the replies.
 

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What is wrong with silicone?
Nothing.
One of our modern marvels.
It will last as long as you do, maybe longer.
Easily removed if needed in a pinch.
Use the clear, as the colored ones have additives that weaken the effect.
 

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RiverWolf said:
What is wrong with silicone?
Nothing.
One of our modern marvels.
It will last as long as you do, maybe longer.
Easily removed if needed in a pinch.
Use the clear, as the colored ones have additives that weaken the effect.
Nothing is wrong with silicone, except that if you ever
have to adjust the screws again, you have to dig that
mess out of there.

With an o-ring or a foam rubber insert, you just pull it out.
Also, with the o-ring, you can even turn the screw throw the ring
without having to even pull it out.

Another thing with the o-ring vs. silicone.
If you put a dab of silicone one the end of the screw hole, the screw
can still back out from it's setting... it just won't fall out.
With an o-ring, you can press it all the way up against the screw and it
will prevent it from vibrating from it's set location.
 

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I used silicone the first time, till I had to dig it out with a knife later to do some adjustments. Now I use Goop. It can be found at most hardware stores, Menards, Home Depot, Walmart, Kmart, etc. It dries like clear tire rubber. And if you need to get at those little adjusting screws, it pulls right out like a rubber plug, and goes back in tight. I left a little hang out, so I can get ahold of it with a needle nose plier. >PD<
 
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