Re: WEEKLY MONITOR REPORT - SEYCHELLE IN-LINE ELIMINATOR
- --- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "Thomas Peltier"
> How did you strip the threads? Was is simple use or did you yankit out or something?
Simple use. I removed the filter for flushing, then very put it back
in without trouble. It did it one more time, and while carefully
screwing it back in it got tight and then instantly loose. I didn't
think I was putting it in out of alignment, but I must have. It can
now be turned clockwise continuously without stopping. It gets just
a little tight, but not snug enough to seal the o-ring.
This was an issue in the 2000 test as well. I still like the filter,
but would probably consider the filter element to be not replacable
rather than risk this problem again.
Still waiting for a replacement
- At 11:17 AM 12/10/2003, you wrote:
>--- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, " AsABat" <wjj2001@y...>Och!
>Actually I was rushing. I was staying at a hotel/casino that while
>raking in $$$$$$$ by the billions from nimrods hitting on 18 charged
>$1/minute(!) for Internet access.
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