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Old 10-23-2012, 01:39 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Dukie and Ando, thank you kindly for your continued assistance and patience in helping me out . I sincerely appreciate the friendly help from both of you!

Looks like I'll be ordering some bits and pieces from Tuna or AGD.



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By the way, any tips for unscrewing the two halves of the assembly without stripping threads or marring the anno? Heating? Cooling w/ co2? Strap wrench after sitting in PBblaster?

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Old 10-23-2012, 03:19 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Grab it with two hands and turn. it shouldnt be too terribly tight
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Old 10-23-2012, 04:08 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I've come across some that were so tight I needed other means to get them apart. I used channel locks with rawhide wrapped around the back of the valve a few times with no ill effect. Strap wrench too. It's up to you and what you have at your disposal. You can't cross thread or strip out those threads. Trust me, just use your man hands and give it a whirl.
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Is it standard thread or reverse? I'm assuming if I'm looking at the rear of the assembly, left loose righty tight, correct?
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Is it standard thread or reverse? I'm assuming if I'm looking at the rear of the assembly, left loose righty tight, correct?
Yep standard rh threads.
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Found the problem! Please excuse my absence. Two jobs keep me busy on top of getting ready for Paramedic School.

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Oooh. You have chewed itty-bitty parts. I've had the same issue.
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Old 12-11-2012, 08:40 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Yep...that would be it.

Make sure you run a Qtip down the orphusto get all the little pieces out. Also pull the on/off and make sure none of it is logged in there either.
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Will do. Thanks Ando! So it looks to be a 27$ fix via AGD for an RT valve pin assembly? I guess it could be worse.

What do you think caused this? Just sitting and breaking down?
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Will do. Thanks Ando! So it looks to be a 27$ fix via AGD for an RT valve pin assembly? I guess it could be worse.

What do you think caused this? Just sitting and breaking down?
you can just change the o-rings. it looks like o-rings got messed up?
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