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  • #21814

    keyser-soze
    Member

    Hey, guys, I decided to make some repair videos. The videos will range from simple complicated. I am going to make a whole series of them.

    #259141

    reeleone
    Member

    Great Keyser, thank you so much :8: :8:

    #259142

    dvs1
    Member

    Great video there!! Looking forward to the following ones!

    #259143

    gku
    Member

    Nice Video Keyser !

    I had a leak in my fill valve/port O-ring a couple of months ago ………..

    I’d try this before replacing the fill valve/port O-ring.

    I used a little silicon grease place directly into the small inlet fill junction inside of the fill port.
    I used a syringe fill with supper lube and injected a little right into this port or you can just use a tooth pick.

    Connect to fill and give it a couple of good quick and hard blast of air with the fill valve on your CF tank, then slowly top fill.

    The leak held and so far never returned ever since.

    ~ Greg

    #259145

    piterm
    Member

    very nice! Thanks!

    #259148

    wingman-nz
    Member

    Cheers Brian.. keep them coming.. I can see this will reduce the number of emails I get each week too.
    Ill make it a sticky for everyone.

    #259152

    mike
    Member

    Keyser,

    Great job with the video, look forward to future videos. I do have a question; would applying a small amount of anti-seize compound on the screws be a good idea to keep the metal screws from welding or seizing to the aluminum body or would sufficient torque prevent screw seizure. I’m talking all screws not any pacific ones on the Edguns. It seems that even with sufficient torque without over tightening these screws over time they do seem to become rather difficult to remove and just wondered if applying anti-seize be a smart thing or just further create other problems. Your thoughts please.

    Cheers

    #259155

    keyser-soze
    Member

    Mike I uses CRC food grade anti-seize I didn’t cover that in this video because I covered it in 22 vs 25 part 1 I am trying not to be redundant. So yes a little anti-seize is recommended.

    #259157

    mike
    Member

    Thanks Keyser, much appreciated.

    So much for my memory, Seems ever so more of lately that I can remember yester years better than I can of yesterday, so redundancy is fine by me!

    #259175

    dant55
    Participant

    :8: Nice vid and thanks for your efforts KS.

    DT

    #259178

    anthony266
    Keymaster

    Great job KS!!
    Thanks for posting.
    Your FYI videos are going to be a big hit.
    Tony

    #259192

    syclone
    Participant

    Thanks Brian, much appreciated. :8:

    #259538

    renval
    Member

    This is the way official dealers should run business, great info-video Brian!!!

    #262091

    hemn
    Member

    Thanks a tons my good bro brian… this is what i expected from you usually… a great nice and helpful bro … appreciate your efforts

    #273401

    kurrrt
    Member

    Video’s like this make the ownership and DIY repairs of an airgun (Edgun) a lot more accessible. Thanks a lot!!

    Grtz,
    Kurt

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