- - CCM T2 leak
|newgat ||11-14-2012 12:15 AM |
CCM T2 leak
Fixed, thanks to all who helped.
|B_i_s_c_u_i_t ||11-14-2012 12:17 AM |
check/replace the o-ring that goes between the VSA and body
|newgat ||11-14-2012 12:20 AM |
The screw that attaches the adapter to the body is more stiff than an old man on viagara. The thing wont budge.
Regardless when i do crank the sucker off, where would I get a replacement for that oring?
Edit: fixed it by flipping the o-ring for now, is it just a regular oring bent in to an oval?
|storminnorman ||11-14-2012 02:01 AM |
Try some lube as well on the oring to keep it from drying out and causing further issues. I believe it is a regular oring just in a oval shape.
|CCM CHICK ||11-14-2012 12:58 PM |
Originally Posted by storminnorman
I believe it is a regular oring just in a oval shape.
It is. :)
|Hogzilla88 ||11-14-2012 03:19 PM |
I'd put some dow 55 on it too
|uNrattedd ||11-19-2012 03:27 AM |
i had a leak in the same area after the first time i fully broke down my t2 for a good cleaning. I just ended up greasing the oring real good with some Dow 33 and the leak stopped. been greasing the same oring everytime i take off the vasa and my t2 hasn't had a leak in the last 2 years
|Talfuchre ||11-21-2012 08:22 AM |
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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