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Attaching a brush head


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I have an embarrassingly stupid question...

When you attach a brush head, how do you ensure that when you are done screwing it on securely, it's square-on to the glass and not tilted down to the left or right.

It seems to be a bit pot luck with how the 2 screw threads meet.

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A pic would help. I'm thinking that you haven't screwed the brush with socket attached to a resi neck enough to get it square.

The problem is... You turn it until it is tight. It may or may not be square at that point.

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I'm guessing you want the brush flat against glass & pole clamps lined up?

Try first lining up the clamps to the brush then tighten up & if it's not lined up then unscrew & turn pole with clamps not lined to left to the degree it was off when you tightened it to then screw together.

Hope that made sense!

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Ah, so you reckon he has a pole with vertical clamps and that's what not's straight. I was thinking he needed to screw the neck on tighter.

No I need to "screw it on tighter". But if I do, I'll strip the thread.

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