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    Primary and secondary stretch cords tangled together

    Just got my new 30* Economy Phoenix. But as my title says, the cords on each end of the UQ are all tangled up together. Is that intentional?

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    Itís not intentional, but can happen when stuffing into a stuff sack. You should just be able to remove the S biner and straighten them out. Mine get crossed periodically when using a catch-all sack, just have to be aware of it.


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    Yep.. mine do that often Unintentional and easy to remedy.

    If they were threaded incorrectly, you and unknot the end of the secondary, extract them from the lineloc and reset them correctly. Easy fix.
    Yes, my pack weighs 70lbs, but it's all light weight gear....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikekiM View Post
    Yep.. mine do that often Unintentional and easy to remedy.

    If they were threaded incorrectly, you and unknot the end of the secondary, extract them from the lineloc and reset them correctly. Easy fix.
    Got it! Thanx all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawldaddy View Post
    Got it! Thanx all
    Certainly not intentional Sounds like you got it sorted out. Let us know if we can be of any help!
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    At least it's not like iPhone corded earbuds. I'm pretty sure the designers used the stickiest, most tangle-prone rubber ever, as a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneClick View Post
    At least it's not like iPhone corded earbuds. I'm pretty sure the designers used the stickiest, most tangle-prone rubber ever, as a joke.
    Corded earbuds are the bane of my existence. You would think I'd have bought wireless ones, but I'm too cheap and hard on headphones.
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