Can someone tell me how to put this regulator back together? The part with the
I put the screw in the cap, the white tooth into the hole in the tank, the
spring on top of that, screw the whole
thing back together, and no air. It feels fine when turning, but no air goes
into the hose. The tank is full.
I have a feeling I'm not putting everything together just right, but can't
figure it out. I uploaded a few pics
to my website. Any help is surely appreciated!
If you can't adjust the screw after you put it together, then you're going
to have to do it by trial and error. The more the threaded part pushes down
on the diaphragm, the more pressure will come through. If you can imagine
that you were able to turn that adjustment after the cap was on, the more
you turned it to put pressure on the spring, the more air will come through.
Sorry, but I don't know how to explain it any better.
Thanks Bob. Obviously, it sounds like I should be putting the spring and screw
on the diaphragm
and secure them before putting on the cap, instead of the way I was doing it.
I'll screw around
with it, and since you've pointed me in the right direction, I'll get it. Thanks
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