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Monday, October 18th 2010, 6:02am

by Wet_Boots

bring back a photo of the valve

Sunday, October 17th 2010, 2:54pm

by GEORGEPR@COX.NET (Guest)

SOLENOID VALVE

THE ONLY WAY THAT THE SOLENOID VALVE WILL COME ON IS IF THE BLEED SCREW IS PARTIALY OPENED AND DEPENDING ON HOW FAR THE THE SCREW IS OPENED RESULTS IN DIFFRENT PRESSURES. I HAVE REPALCE THE DIAPHRAM, BUT THAT DID NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEM . IF THE BLEED SCREW IS TIGHT LIKE IT SHOULD BE THE VALVE DOES NOT FUNCTION.

ANY IDEAS?