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Thread: ReTro Valve Leak requestion

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    ReTro Valve Leak requestion

    There is a small hole on the side of the RT Valve that is leaking. After watching the videos and ordering new rings, I replaced the prescribed Reg. Seat O-ring.

    This did not repair the leak.

    Is there a second point of failure for this leak?
    Is this hole a pressure relief point?
    Is it possible to install the Reg. Seat O-ring incorrectly (seems rather difficult to mess up)?

    Thoughts would be appreciated.

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    Is it leaking from the hole in the valve (front) portion or the reg(rear) portion? If front portion, take the reg pin out and clean and relube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    Is it leaking from the hole in the valve (front) portion or the reg(rear) portion? If front portion, take the reg pin out and clean and relube.
    There is a small hole to the left (if looking from the rear) where the air is escaping.


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    Pull your reg pin assy out and ck the orings. If they're good then you probably have a speck of dirt or a piece of t-tape in the cavity causing the leak. Clean it out and you should be good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ando
    Pull your reg pin assy out and ck the orings. If they're good then you probably have a speck of dirt or a piece of t-tape in the cavity causing the leak. Clean it out and you should be good
    Thanks I will do so this evening and report back

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