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    Mini Reg Screw Help

    I got a new seat for the TM15 I'm trying to flip so I'm trying to get the reg apart. Unfortunately I'm stuck at the slotted set screw under the pin/filter. I tried with a flathead screwdriver that was too small and stripped the one side. I made tool with a washer I cut/filed down but I still can't get it out. Any advice?

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    #2
    Is this a Relay you're trying to disassemble? Or a stock Mini reg?
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      #3
      Originally posted by Jordan View Post
      Is this a Relay you're trying to disassemble? Or a stock Mini reg?
      The TM15 is more similar to the mini reg, just no rail mount thing.

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        #4
        I'm not 100% that a Mini reg is serviceable. Relays definitely are.

        Zdspb.com has a video, I think...

        http://www.zdspb.com/tech/mguide/regs/main_relay.html
        And God turned to Gabriel and said: β€œI shall create a land called Canada of outstanding natural beauty, with majestic mountains soaring with eagles, sparkling lakes abundant with bass and trout, forests full of elk and moose, and rivers stocked with salmon. I shall make the land rich in oil so the inhabitants prosper and call them Canadians, and they shall be praised as the friendliest of all people.”

        β€œBut Lord,” asked Gabriel, β€œIs this not too generous to these Canadians?”

        And God replied, β€œJust wait and see the neighbors I shall inflict upon them."

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          #5
          It’s possible to Stevie the reg with the right tools. I think Mike TechPB had a full breakdown video.

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            #6
            There's videos by Simon servicing the mini reg. I'm really just looking for advice getting this screw out.

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              #7
              Maybe try the glue trick? Those suckers are a pain to get out.
              πŸ’€Wild Card, RagnastockπŸ’€

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                #8
                Originally posted by Jonnydread View Post
                Maybe try the glue trick? Those suckers are a pain to get out.
                Would you be able to enlighten me as to the glue trick?

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                  #9
                  Basically you glue a screw or similar sized object onto the seized piece and once it hardens you can remove the whole ensemble in one chunk
                  πŸ’€Wild Card, RagnastockπŸ’€

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                    #10
                    Go to your local hardware store and get yourself a clevis pin. You might need to bring your part so you can be sure to get one small enough. Then buy a small tension pin or something else to stick in the bottom hole and viola!

                    Obviously you might need to cut the pin to length. And holding onto the clevis pin can be tricky too. You can cut off the flat end so you can stick the pin in a drill driver and back out the brass retainer.

                    You can also buy a special tool just for this. I know because I have one. But I just can't remember what it's called.
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                    Let me make you something. I build pneumags, auto-response frames, and wooden pill cases.

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                      #11
                      Update: I ended up using a screw extractor on this and destroyed it. Now I'm trying to find one for sale in Canada or else I'll have to buy enough stuff from ANS gear to justify the cost of shipping but little enough to fly under duty.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Toestr View Post
                        Update: I ended up using a screw extractor on this and destroyed it.
                        That's unfortunate. Although for future reference, this probably happened because the piece is brass, and it has those slots in there. If it were steel and solid the whole way around, the extractor probably would have worked.

                        This is the tool I have for removing those inserts. Again, I can't remember the name of it, but it's easy enough to make something similar yourself. All you need is a piece of brass rod, a drill, and a pin.

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                        View my feedback or read about my Virginia woodsball club.

                        Let me make you something. I build pneumags, auto-response frames, and wooden pill cases.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by rawbutter View Post

                          That's unfortunate. Although for future reference, this probably happened because the piece is brass, and it has those slots in there. If it were steel and solid the whole way around, the extractor probably would have worked.

                          This is the tool I have for removing those inserts. Again, I can't remember the name of it, but it's easy enough to make something similar yourself. All you need is a piece of brass rod, a drill, and a pin.

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                          I should have said that I ended up getting it out but destroyed it in the process.

                          Is anyone familiar with the oring size of the reg piston? Mine seem to be somewhere between an 017 and 018 but that could be due to wear? Or are they metric?

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