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#11 (permalink)      2/21/2019 10:19:23 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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ah ok scratch that then, i had a feeling i was missing something.
thank you :)
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cilika wrote:

Ok, gimme a little time for emptying the tank.




the clouds, the clouds

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Well, it certainly would but!
You'd probably have to change out the o-ring on the chamber.
I remember when setting up first mine (from the other place but looks identical with SKU 9687867) I found that the chamber was pretty loose. It didn't cause any issues with its own cap, but now as I swapped out the tank, managed to leak out for the very first time a Dwarv! lol. Some juice pouring, some gurgling... and when took it apart, the tank section was stuck with the chimney (that's normal, that particular chimney always does that for me) this time with the chamber included. So I guess when screwing all together, the chamber was turning around too.

For the moment, back to the previous setup, sorry, won't investigate any further. ;)
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gmm11 wrote:

cilika wrote:
Ok, gimme a little time for emptying the tank.


the clouds, the clouds


Clouds? With a Dvarw?? lol
Yeah, some modest ones. =)

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These were the o-rings that seem to hold down the chamber better, SKU 2019300.
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Wuwei, would you have SKU for the chimney too? (which holds less well it - together with the tank)
Though it's practical sometimes for filling.

Unless it gets seriously stuck together.
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That's one part you have to lube after it's been cleaned. I only changed that one on that generic clone I got (it's in use ATM). The YFTK versions are fine if lubed.

I'll clean the one I did change and get back to you. :)
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I do lube it. But one of mines (one of the two 22 chimney capped) just does get stuck. It didn't really disturbed me until some hours ago, when I really needed pliers, hammer, bulldozers and all force to apply to take it out for to try it on the other deck ;)

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Okay, the ones I have on are: for the top, 8mm OD x 1mm; and the bottom one, 8.5mm OD x 1.2mm.

I don't lube the bottom and I do for the top o-ring.

It's an odd size that I'm not sure where I got them from - or was sent them by mistake from FT.
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Might try to stretch out some 1mm o-ring for DTs
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cilika wrote:

It didn't really disturbed me until some hours ago, when I really needed pliers, hammer, bulldozers and all force to apply to take it out for to try it on the other deck ;)



sorry! :(