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Old 28-01-2013, 07:32   #16
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just the solenoid O rings???? hell, I'll send them FOC..
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Originally Posted by David Webb View Post
When you say the 'locking tap' which part are you referring to?

I have tried to push the solenoid in without the shim etc but it simply won't go any further in! It may be the o-ring stopping it....
Locking tab I meant, I didn't really see it as a shim

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On further checking it is the o-ring that's stopping the solenoid from sliding in.

It appears to be a little 'loose'. I presume I can replace the o-ring with a slightly smaller one?
Ah ha, the o ring it was! Glad you got it sorted.
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Old 28-01-2013, 13:15   #18
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lol, yeah, it was only afterwards that I understood what you meant...

glad it was something simple like the o-ring myself.....
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