Introduction

This replacement is necessary if the gasket needs replacement.

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  • Remove the four screws from the grip with the 5/64" allen wrench. There are two on each side.

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  • Pull the grip away from the frame.

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Image 1/2: The grip is connected in the middle and is one piece. Image 2/2: The grip is connected in the middle and is one piece.
  • Pull the grip through the opening.

  • The grip is connected in the middle and is one piece.

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Image 1/3: ''It helps to rotate the collar to create room to pull out macroline.'' Image 2/3: ''It helps to rotate the collar to create room to pull out macroline.'' Image 3/3: ''It helps to rotate the collar to create room to pull out macroline.''
  • Remove the macroline from the fitting by pulling the metal ring around the end of the fitting away while pulling out the macroline.

    • It helps to rotate the collar to create room to pull out macroline.

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  • While pulling in the metal ring on the fitting, pull the macroline out.

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  • Use 1/8" allen wrench to remove screw behind regulator.

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Image 1/3: ''The screw only needs to be turned a couple of times.'' Image 2/3: Slide the upper frame forward on the rails and remove the screw from the slot to separate the two halves of the body. Image 3/3: '''BE CAREFUL: Do not pull the two frames apart too much or too quickly.  This may cause the wires to be damaged.'''
  • Use 1/8" allen wrench to loosen the screw inside the grip on the right side.

    • The screw only needs to be turned a couple of times.

  • Slide the upper frame forward on the rails and remove the screw from the slot to separate the two halves of the body.

  • BE CAREFUL: Do not pull the two frames apart too much or too quickly. This may cause the wires to be damaged.

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Image 1/3: Remove the solenoid. Image 2/3: Remove the solenoid. Image 3/3: Remove the solenoid.
  • Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the 2 screws in the solenoid.

  • Remove the solenoid.

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Image 1/1: '''BE CAREFUL: Do not pull hard by the wires or you may dislodge them from the connection instead of removing the connection from the board.'''
  • Pry the board connection with the 2 black wires from the terminal.

  • BE CAREFUL: Do not pull hard by the wires or you may dislodge them from the connection instead of removing the connection from the board.

  • Pull out the wires through the opening in the top of the grip and replace the solenoid.

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  • Locate the solenoid gasket manifold, underneath the top half of the body.

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  • Remove the solenoid gasket manifold by applying pressure with one finger to the part closest to the end of the barrel.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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