couv wrote:I don't think I have the service manual, but the parts diagram is in Bryan's "Manuals & Catalog" files. You may have to do some digging, but it's in there. I do have a service manual for the D400 which has the same center balanced poppet as the AIR 1 so it's close enough for government work. If you want a copy let me know.
Edit: Note from Bryan to me this morning, "The D400 manual is in the Scubapro Master manual under model specifics but I will put the copy you sent in the 2nd stage folder as well."
But before you start tearing into this thing, first soak it overnight or longer in hot soapy water. Then use the alternating hot and cold routine on it. Give it a really hot bath-almost boiling; then into a bucket of ice water. Do this until you've lost patients and try again. If no joy start over. Sooner or later it will free up.
If Bryan doesn't have the kit in stock, I can probably dig one out of my closet or put one together for a reasonable price.
It's been a while since I've rebuilt a Darth Vader, but I don't remember it being too complicated. Just be very careful with the diaphragm-they are not easy to find.
Would be nice to have a copy of this for the Manuals and Catalogs section.regulatorbj wrote:georgeaustin Have an Air 1 manual in PDF format if it helps out
The community and its members built this forum and much of the website. Even if you only have one manual or service bulletin to share we can add it to the files and it gains us one more piece of the puzzle we didn't have and makes future reference and discussion a whole lot easier!couv wrote:Thanks Bob and Bryan.
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