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What size of screws are on the underside of a Helix?

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Replacing the rubber feet on the underside of my Helix and see that several have been scraped (from after the original feet wore down) so badly that the Philips heads are no longer functional.

 

Anybody know what size the screws are? Would prefer to save a trip to the Home Depot with the corresponding frustration of trying to manipulate tiny screws into the thread gauge to size them.

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Bump!

Sorry can't help with the size, but Line 6 should have used bigger screws on the bottom than those tiny things.

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I can't remember exactly but I know they're metric, M3 or M4 probably.

I remember because when I built my board the Strymon's used UNC which threw me a bit.

 

Craig

 

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Open up a support ticket. Line 6 will send you replacements.

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Holy crap, those are some chintzy rubber feet that Line 6 is using.  It’s no wonder they’re worn out.  My Helix has never left my home and rarely even sees the floor, so the feet on mine are still in good shape, but I can see how they would wear down in no time if you’re gigging.  I’ve seen heavier feet on clock radios.

 

i checked a screws on my Helix and they are a metric M3 x 8mm pan head machine screws.  

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