Thread: CCM T2 leak
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Old 11-21-2012, 08:22 AM   #8 (permalink)
Talfuchre
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Take off the ASA - drill and tap the hole that you see and put a grub screw in that hole with a ton of loc tite.


Okay - so this is the worst idea ever.


The hole I am speaking of is a relief hole so that if you unscrew your tank any residual air will vent from this hole. It also allows you to unscrew the ASA knob a certain length and vent this pressure as well.

The o-ring on the stem of the On/Off is likely dry or needs to be replaced.

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