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Old May 27th, 2010, 01:05   #19
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You can always take them apart and check the o-rings and seals yourself and give them a good dose of silicone oil before you fill with gas. They're usually held together with body pins, press them out and you're on your way. You can also take the valves out (screw driver works but a valve tool is best) and lube the o-rings on them. The intake valve can also be taken apart; the bottom will unscrew from the top (the bottom will have a tiny spring and the top will have a tiny o-ring on the valve -- Don't lose any pieces). Once you start into it, you can see what pins come out and what's molded for looks... Don't be scared of it - juicy wants you to replace the mag anyway, right? What's the harm of dissembling the mag and trying to resurrect it yourself...
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