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Old 06-14-2014, 02:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Stabilizer pressure stuck?

I bought a marker off of a guy that supposedly had the Stabilizer rebuilt, but so far the gauge on the reg is maxed out for pressure. Even when i back out the adjustment screw as far as I can, it still reads maxed out. I have changed the gauge with the same results.

Do I need to try to take apart and rebuild again? What could be wrong?
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Old 06-14-2014, 04:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What model reg is it? I would replace the oring around the brass hex nut, and clean the flat seal.


If its a Male or a Fatty... Make sure the input hose is going to the hole with in "I" next to it... I've seen many regulators with the input hose going to the gauge port.
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sounds like you have the input going to the wrong hole. But I could be wrong
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It's a male Craig. I had someone tell me it's a 010 o-ring which 'll have to try to find. May just take it apart to check everything over.

Yes, input and outputs are correct.
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Yes, a 010 . 90 durometer if possible.
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Craig, if I pull the guts out, is it safe to run brake cleaner through the Stab?

The insides of it were full of grease and there's gobs of it in areas I can't get to, to wipe it out. I had to get a set of long needle nose pliers to get the piston out. Wouldn't come no matter how often I tried smacking it.

#10 o-ring looks like it's got a slice out of it. I got another Stab I may take one out of to see if that fixes it.
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Yes,, You can use almost any petroleum solvent.... Just stay away from acids, bleach or varnish removers.




We use one of:
Hot water
Sonic Bath
Window cleaner
Distilled mineral spirits.
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Just stay away from acids, bleach or varnish removers.
Acids I can see, for anno tolerance I would assume. Why bleach or varnish remover (inquiring minds)?

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For the ammonia?
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It can eat away the black/ color in anno. Its not so bad if the ano has been sealed properly, But there is still that chance.

I've seen black anno fade in a 30 min soapy water sonic bath. The manufacture shall remain nameless.
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I can take a guess at that manufacturer. Pretty famous for that black sharpie anno lol.
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