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Old 29th April 2009, 10:37   #31
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Amit-the oil stays in the top cap-its sealed.The horn did work for 10 mins-varied between soft and loud and then went kaput.I'm taking it to the horn repair guys today to have it checked.In my view the motor works fine-something wrong with the trumpet.
Read post number 2 on page 1.

On a different note, I clearly stated in my last post that you need to make "extensive changes" to make this horn work if you really need to.

There is no normal / simple method to repair the Nautilus. It's a sealed unit. If you try to open it, you are bound to break something or the other I believe.
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Old 23rd May 2011, 21:59   #32
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Default Re: Stebel Nautilus Horns - gargling noise? no noise?

Reviving an old thread - anybody know if the stebel nautilus is available here in chennai?
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