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 Posted: 02-12-2020 05:27 pm
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Tom Bradley

 

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Thank you for the good information, Tim. One minor correction:

Esprit2 wrote:
...turn them left (counter-clockwise), counting turns as you go, and the needle will drop out of the air valve piston at about 4.5 - 4.75 turns.

There is (or should be) a spring loaded retaining screw that keeps the metering needle from dropping out when going fully counter-clockwise. At least there is on mine. If not, the screw may be missing, not fully turned in or the slot in the metering needle assembly is not lined up with it.

Last edited on 02-12-2020 05:27 pm by Tom Bradley