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DavidFL

Scubapro Mk25 DIN knob with O-rings

Scubapro Mk25 DIN knob with O-rings
DavidFL, Oct 23, 2018
    • Angelo Farina
      In the picture of the Scubapro kit above you see there are THREE O-rings:
      1) On the top, the small one. this is the one working on "modern" SP regs, such as the MK10, MK15, MK20 and MK25 (I am a piston guy...)
      2) The second is just after the screw. This one is working on the old MK5.
      3) The last O-ring, close to the plastic knob, is just a retainer for the knob, and does not make any sealing...
      So, if you own a "modern" SP reg, you can get rid of 2). If you have an old MK5, as me, you should get rid of 1), possibly replacing it with a brass washer, 2mm thick, for ensuring the screw does not goo too much inside the reg body.
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    Date:
    Oct 23, 2018
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