Thanks Bill!antique diver wrote:Bryan, the videos are great to have available. Much better for understanding the repair processes than just a few still photos and printed instructions found in the typical manuals. Especially helpful for folks who have been reluctant to tackle their own rebuild jobs.
Thanks for taking the time.
That's a great video. Using that cutaway model was very effective.Bryan wrote:.........Here is the latest SP109.....This 2nd stage has put Couv in a tizzy from what was in it before I started on it. I'll let him discuss it more but we may need to re write what we already wrote LOL...
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The SEA isn't much different than a Conshelf XIV. Just grab the service manual, your tools and a service kit and dig right in.tech3324 wrote:Love the videos, even watching the one's for regs I don't own. Very informative & entertaining too.
Any chance of a video on the SEA 1st stage?
I agree and good idea. I'll need to cover updating/checking the turret nut on the MK5 which is unnecessary for the MK10 but other than that it all works pretty well the same.scubapeter wrote:It would almost seem that the Mark 5 and the Mark 10 could be handled at the same time since the differences are small. I'm looking forward to the rest of this series, the G250 video was spot on....
Clip from the APEKS service manual but can be found in many others. Some call it "coin" some call it "crowning" When using the inline adjustment tool the movement of the orifice is minimal since the volcano orifice should be pre-set before you put in the poppet assembly.tripplec wrote:I have read a couple places about taking the preasure off the soft seat before adjusting the second stage. If I remember right, the HPR instructions and in Regulator Savvy. But a few other places, including Bryan's 109 video, adjustments are made without pushing the purge button to keep from cutting the lp seat. Is it only certain hard seats that tend to cut?
Good video Bryan. You mentioned in one of your comments about rambling, most of us are watching videos for that extra knowledge. So keep it coming.
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