#1
Hey guys,

I bought a set of locking tuners off eBay a while back, just cheap ones to see how they are. They finally arrived and I was stoked to install them, only to open them up and have a tuning post fall out of it's housing.

I have contacted the seller, but I suspect I will be told to post them back and I'll get a refund which is probably going to cost me more time, effort, and money than it's worth. So I was wondering, does GG&A have a fix for this?

Here's a picture of the problem:
#2
Can you take a better photo, I can't tell shit from that.

Contact the seller for a replacement, they may be able to get a single replacement so you don't have to send everything back.
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#3
Sure, here's a few more photos hopefully they're a little better (I can't take photo's for shit) http://www.evernote.com/shard/s377/sh/9e653847-3ae8-4acc-a6a1-b28cbdbd7d80/56a6fa5a532898c6decda107549d3169

basically the post, gear, and the locking bit have fallen out of the main housing.
#4
Looks rooted to me, I don't know of a fix unless you're able to open up the housing.

Definitely contact the store, if it's faulty you have a right to get a replacement.
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#5
Exact same thing happened to one of my Sperzel trim-loks i just put on my guitar. It looked liek the outer-shaft hadn't been 'crimped' to hold the inner post in place. In my case i just contacted Sperzel and they sent me a replacement, but at the extra cost of them you'd kind of expect that. Still, worth a try to set a single replacement!