Gas Regulators

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  1. SIFTA SAM

    SIFTA SAM Funster

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    Have heard of many cases where the gas regulator has failed and needed replacing.

    Could these items not be 'repaired'?

    As they are purely a mechanical device, would a dunking in petrol or some other
    cleaning cleaning agent not remove any internal sticky gunge?




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  2. madbluemad

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    Hi
    There are lots of places where you can take a gauge and have it repaired, calibrated or serviced but I would reckon with a one off item it would be as cost effective to buy a new one.

    Dont think that I would dunk a gas regulator in petrol or any other cleaning fluid. If its bust get it fixed properley for safety sake.

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  3. scotjimland

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    Once upon a time you could open and clean but I think nowadays most are riveted.. dunking certainly wouldn't help and from a safety point I wouldn't advise tampering, best to replace..

    The last thing you need is high pressure gas reaching an appliance :whatthe:
     
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