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    Anderson valve rnr

    Ok folks I had to change the
    Anderson valve. Arrgg
    I was unable to put it back together with the spring. I have CTS in my left wrist and just didn't have the grip.
    So my question is,
    What if anything will I loose in function without the spring? Is it possible that I was pushing the brass piece in to far?
    Thanks
    BTW I have replaced it before no issues.

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    Re: Anderson valve rnr

    I have done several of those and every so often I would get one that just wouldn't push in enough to turn it and lock in.. I found that if I pull it out again and make sure the inner valve is clear of debris, using the knob on the cartridge I reinstall it while rotating and pushing, it will usually go all the way in. With it all the way in the outer lock ring and spring go in fairly easily. I have fought many of these before I learned the trick.


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    Re: Anderson valve rnr

    My experience is the same as Jerrod's. I have also done several of these and when it does not seat properly, I do what Jerrod described above and then it is not too difficult.

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    Re: Anderson valve rnr

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesstruckn/Jesstalkn View Post
    I have done several of those and every so often I would get one that just wouldn't push in enough to turn it and lock in.. I found that if I pull it out again and make sure the inner valve is clear of debris, using the knob on the cartridge I reinstall it while rotating and pushing, it will usually go all the way in. With it all the way in the outer lock ring and spring go in fairly easily. I have fought many of these before I learned the trick.


    Hope this helps
    Jerrod
    Thanks Jerrod,
    I'll give it a try.
    Right now it's in without the spring.

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