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    sheared wires on a mq2

    i am in need of your help with these sheared wires, to solder the wire back what do i need to do. if you could tell me step by step, do i need to take this apart and how would i

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    Unless you are very good at soldering, you will have to force the end cap out of the solenoid body, carefully unwind some of the core, and splice it back together.
    www.moodypb.com, not taking any work, but the articles are still there.

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    uhhhh i'm not that good at soldering... ruler_mark from pbn said he can fix it no problems, so i figured i would try myself but i guess i'll just have him do it then

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    If you bought the valve kit from me, send it in, and I'll fix it.
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    i didn't buy it from you
    can we pretend i did

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    Quote Originally Posted by killingspree951 View Post
    i didn't buy it from you
    can we pretend i did
    Only if you are willing to pay the $21.50 for the service and postage, then pretend you didn't
    www.moodypb.com, not taking any work, but the articles are still there.

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    ... and mtx hasnt got back to me since i wrote them 2 weeks ago, i might have to do it this way, do you also have the new replacement seals (front poppit seal i think) that they had issues on the 1st run of mq2's because i need that also.. i think i'll send it in your way van, thanks..
    o yea and i liked that vid up on youtube

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    One thing you can try is you electrical conductive glue to fix that. Put the glue on, let it set and dry for at least 24hrs before using. Its an alternative to soldering, but have to remember, you have to be very careful with it afters. After you use the glue, test if it works and use some liquid electrical tape.

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    well i sent it in to you van, it will be their on Wed. let me know what goes on when you you get it,

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