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A screw loose.

Checked mine, no problem. You may need a JIS pattern screwdriver though or be very careful.

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Re: A screw loose.

That is worrying, looks like Olympus may get themselves a bit of a reputation for screws falling out!
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Re: A screw loose.

I don't think it is a big a drama as he makes out, but worth a quick check just in case!
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Re: A screw loose.

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I don't think it is a big a drama as he makes out, but worth a quick check just in case!
Agreed.

Several replies to his post and fortunately not one have experienced a problem.

Just off to check mine - thanks for the link.

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Re: A screw loose.

Checking mine and putting a drop of clear nail varnish on to lock the threads.

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