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Subject: Re: Daft mechanical question
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On Oct 6, 1:00=A0pm, "Gareth Magennis" <sound.serv...@btconnect.com>
> Hmm, I might spend a few extra minutes on this problem first.
> Could be the stud that has snapped off the roof mounting, or the stud tha=
> has snapped off the aeriel.
> Gosh, how exciting.
My car dealer that would wash the car as a gratis extra service would
routinely unscrew the similarly designed antenna to prevent damage. I
didn't realize this till I picked up my antennaless Golf one day, and
they had to retrieve it from some drawer.